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NEW RECORD SET FOR MOST EXPENSIVE SPORTS CARD SOLD

Record-breaking sports trading card sales seem to be constantly making headlines these days. With a recent trading card industry boom, prices are rising and inventory can be scarce. This just in, a 2009 autographed National Treasures Stephen Curry rookie card set the record for the highest price ever paid for a trading card when it sold for a whopping $5.9 million. When it comes to recent auctions, there are plenty of basketball trading cards for sale and more that are breaking records.

RECORD BREAKING BASKETBALL CARDS FOR SALE AND MORE

There are more than just exciting basketball cards for sale that are garnering attention. Recently a Tom Brady rookie card broke records when it sold for $2.25 million. Even football cards for sale are a scarce commodity. Looking at basketball cards for sale, a LeBron James 2003 Exquisite rookie card recently sold for $5.2 million. Rookie trading cards for sale, among other rate trading cards for sale continue to be of interest for investors. So, what exactly makes the Stephen Curry rookie card that sold so interesting? Read on to see what exactly drove up this card’s value.

STEPHEN CURRY ROOKIE CARD FOR SALE - THE DETAILS

When it comes to high-value sports trading card sales there are often multiple investors involved. With this particular Stephen Curry rookie card for sale, Alt Fund II has acquired the majority ownership of the card. Alt Fund II is an alternative asset investment platform rooted in trading cards. The reason the Curry rookie card is worth so much is because it is stamped as a 1/1 by Panini America Inc., which means there is only one in existence.

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