Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady continues to break records. Last Friday, he was not in the sports field, but broke another record in the sports card field.
Leland’s president Mike Hefner said: “I was not shocked, but of course I was surprised.” His comments were echoed by ESPN. I know that the market is on the rise, especially with the use of rare cards of this kind, but I didn’t expect this. I suspect this is a very realistic possibility because of what I saw last month. “
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the sports card market has been booming. In contrast, the same card was sold at a slightly better price. It was sold for $2.25 million at the time, and it was sold for $400,000 two years ago.