LeBron James Trading Card Auctioned For Disappointing $2.4 Million

Goldin Collectible Market Place announced on Saturday that a rare LeBron James card that contained 3 patches from his NBA championship jerseys for three different teams has sold for $2.4 million.

Organizers of the auction were disappointed in the final price because they were hoping to fetch up to $7 million.

This is a one-of-a-kind Lebron James trading card that contains patches from all 3 teams he played for and won NBA Championships with.

The card was one of only five total cards Panini created in the Logoman series in 2020-21. Lebron’s card was the only one of the five that had three different logos in it. The final selling price was well below the $7 million that some predicted that this card could go for.

It is also below the highest price ever paid for a LeBron James trading card. The LeBron James exquisite collection rookie card went for $5.2 million.

LeBron James rookie card from 2003

The most famous and most expensive trading card ever sold, was a Honus Wagner card from 1909. That card sold in August of 2021 for $6.6 million.

1909 Honus Wagner baseball card

The name associated with the winning bid was not released. He either got a very good deal for a card that may raise in value, or the card trading business is not as hot as it was in 2021.

Written by Bill Graff

Lifelong fan of all things sports and of common sense. I watch a lot of sports, just ask my wife. Go Terps. I've got soul, but I'm not a soldier.

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