Ending his season on a sour note didn’t dampen the enthusiasm for Patrick Mahomes—at least not one collector who just bought a 2017 Panini Flawless Rookie Patch Autograph parallel numbered to 5. That buyer paid $115,000 on offer to Collectable shareholders who voted in favor of accepting the deal this week.
The card was originally put into IPO by Collectable in December of 2020 for $79,500 ($20 per share). Those who bought in made $7.85 per share.
The vote to accept was 70 percent in favor.
A 2009-10 Topps Chrome Gold Refractor Steph Curry rookie card graded BGS 9.5 sold in private transaction for a record price of $575,000 according to PWCC which brokered the sale.
Numbered 3/50 and graded 9.5 by Beckett, it’s one of 13 at that level, with one higher. Beckett has graded 27 copies of the card so far.
The Spring edition of the Toronto Sport Card and Memorabilia Expo is moving it to June.
Covid-related issues in Canada forced the move, according to promoters and they also cited the preferences of the show’s key partners.
The Expo’s first show in western Canada, remains on schedule for Edmonton April 15-17.
Here’s an interesting partnership arrangement for game-used memorabilia.
Jerseys from all players, goal pucks and game pucks from the 2022 Premier Hockey Federation All-Star Showcase are now up for auction at MeiGray and the players will share in the proceeds.
Sixty-two items used during the women’s pro hockey event held on January 29 are being auctioned and the players will receive a 15% royalty on the sales of their jerseys and goal pucks.
The colorful jerseys, which honor the city of Toronto, are autographed.
The auction ends on February 23.
A game-worn Luka Doncic City Edition jersey sold for $22,240 Thursday night through NBA Auctions.
Doncic recorded a double-double in the Dallas Mavericks’ 95-86 victory over the Thunder on January 2 at Paycom Center in Oklahoma City.
Also sold: a jersey from rising rookie Ayo Dosunmu of the Chicago Bulls ($4,260) and another gamer from MVP candidate Joel Embiid ($7,056).