While shareholders in that complete PSA 10 set of 1986-87 Fleer Basketballthat complete PSA 10 set of 1986-87 Fleer Basketball were deliberating whether to accept an offer of $650,000 from a private buyer, an offer of $35,000 more came in and 76.9% of them voted to accept the deal. Based on that vote and feedback, Otis opted to sell.
There will be a final net payout of $29.78/ share, a return of 197.8% vs. the drop value of $10.00 per share. It’s also a 54.7% gain vs. the last traded price of $19.25 / share.
Meanwhile, a similar situation played out at Collectable where a $700,000 buyout offer for a BGS 9.5 Steph Curry 2009 National Treasures Rookie Patch Autograph resulted in a bidding war among multiple interested parties. The highest offer was $780,000 and shareholders will now vote on the offer, which would result in a price of $15.51 per share.
The $780,000 price would be a record for the card. Existing shareholders have 48 hours to cast their pro-rata “ballots.”
NBA veteran PJ Tucker has partnered with eBay to sell sneakers from his private collection, some of them game-worn. Tucker says he began using eBay to buy shoes while still in junior high school and he’s continued to collect while also wearing some unique footwear on the court.
Proceeds from the auction benefit charitable organization Soles4Souls. Dozens of pairs are currently listed on a dedicated page at prices ranging from $5,000 to $15,000.
Topps has released a series of new Formula 1 cards following Max Verstappen’s dramatic victory in the final race of the season. The cards feature Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.
The cards are available through December 23 via this page on Topps’ website.