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ROOKIE CARD BREAKS RECORD - SELLS FOR $840,000

When it comes to record-breaking basketball cards for sale, Michael Jordan rookie cards are always a hot commodity. Earlier this year, a Jordan rookie card broke records when it sold for $738,000. This just in, the rare basketball trading card broke records again, this time selling for $840,000. Read on to check out the details surrounding this exciting trading card sale.

THE RECORD-BREAKING BASKETBALL CARD SALE

So, how did this basketball card sale close for more than $100,000 over the last record? There is certainly an increasing number of trading card buyers and investors as of late, as the industry continues to gain steam. While there are a few reasons the trading card industry is booming, increased consumer free time during the pandemic is one reason. When it comes to this Michael Jordan rookie card for sale, card grading services rated this particular card as a PSA 10, which helps drive incredible value. This basketball card, recently pulled from a pack, was referred to as “quite possibly the single finest PSA 10 in the world.” According to PSA’s Population Report, there are currently 318 PSA 10-graded Jordan rookie cards in circulation.

TRADING CARD SALES OVER THE YEARS

From vintage baseball cards for sale to football cards for sale, there are always new records being set at auction and headlines being made. Earlier this year, a Tom Brady rookie card sold for a whopping $2.25 million. Stay up to date with all things trading cards with Break Time Live when you check out our blog, which is constantly being updated with breaking news.

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