A 2003-04 Upper Deck Exquisite Limited Logos LeBron James Rookie Patch Autograph numbered to 75 and graded PSA 10 sold for $504,000 in PWCC’s February Premier Auction late last week. It’s one of only three at the highest level of PSA’s grading tier.
Twenty high-end lots were offered in the auction, most with a six-figure value.
- In the wake of his second Super Bowl win, the 2017 National Treasured Red NFL Shield 1/1 Patrick Mahomes rookie card sold for $312,000.
- A 2000 Bowman Chrome Refractor Tom Brady PSA 10 rookie card netted $336,000. Of the 140 cards graded by PSA, it’s one of just seven 10s.
- A 1998 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems Ken Griffey Jr., numbered to 50 and graded BGS 9 sold for $66,000—the second highest price ever for a Griffey card. The card last sold for $40,000 in November of 2021.
- A 2021 National Treasures Blue First Off the Line Jalen Green RPA numbered 1/3 became the highest selling card of the Rockets young star when the PSA 10 copy offered by PWCC sold for $78,000.
Other sales included Michael Jordan’s shoes from Game 4 of the 1993 NBA Eastern Conference Finals—a contest in which Jordan poured in 54 points against the Knicks–($192,000), a 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle rookie card (PSA 7) for $144,000 and a 2020 Panini Prizm Black Finite Justin Herbert 1/1 rookie autograph card (BGS 9) $162,000.
In all, the auction generated over $9.1 million in winning bids for an average of over $43,574 per lot.