Expensive Baseball Cards
This card has a picture of one of the most dashing baseball player of america whose name is joe jackson.
Expensive baseball cards. The same card of the great one with a bgs 95 gem went for 50000 in 2008 on ebay. Next most expensive baseball card is from the same time which is 1910. What began as a baseball card hobby back in the mid to late 19th century has turned into a hobby for all sports. It sold in 2011 and was given a bgs rating of 10 despite the wear and tear on the edges of the card.
The most expensive card ever dates back to 1909 and remains the most valuable today. Though this particular card has lost its foothold in our top five he still makes the top ten and another babe ruth is higher on the list. The most expensive hockey card ever sold was a gem mint condition of wayne gretzky which fetched over 94000 at an scp auction. Cards that are not terribly valuable in a lower grade can be hundreds of times more valuable in mint condition.
1912 plows candy e300 ty cobb one of the rarest pre wwi candy issues ever distributed are the 1912 plows boy candy cards that included 69 different baseball players. The card sold by robert edwards auctions in 2012 and there are only about ten known to exist so you may have a very tough time getting your hands on a copy. The most expensive baseball cards are very sensitive to condition. 1990 topps baseball cards in review so there you have it the ten most valuable 1990 topps cards.
Introduction to the question who is featured on the most expensive baseball card ever sold at auctionif you know anything about baseball cards it wont come as a shock that the t206 honus wagner baseball card sold for a staggering 312 million in 2016. Because this is such an important component of price the company and grade are also shown below. If you know anything about baseball cards it wont come as a shock that this honus wagner card sold for a staggering 312 million in 2016 besting its previous high of 28 million from 2007. Basketball cards date back to 1910 and football cards date back to 1894.