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ROOKIE SPORTS TRADING CARD EXPECTED TO SELL FOR $1.2MM

Whether you’re interested in vintage baseball cards or basketball cards for sale, rookie card sales are always of interest. As of late, rookie basketball cards for sale have been making headlines for record-breaking sales. Just recently, a Michael Jordan rookie card sold for $840,000. This surpassed its previous record, when it sold for $738,000. So, whose rookie card is bound to make headlines next? Read on to get all the details.

RARE BASKETBALL ROOKIE CARD HITS AUCTION

Next up, LeBron James’ rookie card is hitting the auction block, and it is expected to sell for as much as $1.2 million. Rookie cards for sale can vary quite a bit in value. There are quite a few factors that can impact the final selling price. This particular collectible SP Authentic Exquisite Endorsements signed card is from LeBron’s 2003-2004 season with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

When it comes to card grading services, the card has a PSA rating of 9. This card is in mint condition and has been packed away for nearly 20 years.

ROOKIE CARDS FOR SALE AND THEIR VALUE

When it comes to basketball rookie cards for sale, there are even more factors that impact the figure a card ultimately sells for. LeBron James rookie cards have been known to fluctuate in value based on game performance. This is often the case with players who are still active in the league. For instance, when the Lakers got knocked out of the playoffs, the King’s card value did drop a bit. However, this drop in value usually doesn’t last long. Whether you’re following vintage baseball cards for sale or basketball cards of current athletes, there are always exciting transactions taking place in the booming trading card industry.

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