A record price was set recently for the red 1997-98 Skybox Precious Metal Gems Michael Jordan card.
One of 100 PMG Jordan cards issued (10 Emerald/Green and 90 Ruby/Red), the BGS 8.5 example sold for $564,000 in PWCC’s July Auction.
Only four copies of the Red PMG have ever been awarded a higher technical grade from Beckett. Since 2020, of the nine versions of this card that have been sent to a public auction, just two were graded to a BGS 8.5. There were none sent to auction that were graded higher.
Among the other 378 lots sold in the $17.1 million sale was a 2003-04 Exquisite Collection LeBron James rookie patch autograph card that went for $1.2 million. Despite the seven-figure price tag, it ranks as only the tenth highest LeBron card ever sold.
Loupe is now available in places beyond your smartphone.
Since its launch, the live streaming trading card sales platform has only been available as a mobile app but can now be accessed on desktop and laptop computers.
The company says having the streams available on web browsers was the most requested feature by its users.
A new line of trading card supplies has launched. Ironguard Supplies is a new venture from Diamond Select Toys and Gentle Giant Ltd.
Products available at launch include semi-rigid card sleeves, top loader card holders in various sizes, one-touch magnetic card holders, comic bags in various sizes and resealable comic bags in various sizes.
CSG is giving away a 2000 Fleer E-X Tom Brady rookie card worth $10,000. The company says it’s to celebrate the one millionth card they’ve authenticated and grading since launch in 2021.
The card carries a 9.5 grade from CSG. You can enter here.
Hall of Fame linebacker Dave Robinson, who won two Super Bowl rings with the Green Bay Packers in the 1960s, is selling his championship rings and other memorabilia.
He talked to the Green Bay Press-Gazette about the decision to let them go.