Tom Brady continues to create documents even yet in the offseason.
The quarterback’s rookie card offered for an archive $1.32 million on Thursday through an auction that is online, Tom VanHaaren of ESPN reports.
The 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket card was autographed and graded an eight with a 10 grading on the signature by PWCC Marketplace, an auction that is online and repository for cards.
“The highest purchase for a football card. Ever,” PWCC Marketplace stated on its Instagram account. “Only certainly one of 100 cards on earth, also less in the event that you start thinking about grade.”
James Park, a known card collector and Brady fan, bought the card.
“I resided in Boston for decade and so am a fan that is huge of,” Parks said in a statement. “I’ve also had a love of collecting cards since I was a kid. Given Brady’s status that is uncontested GOAT in soccer, this card is a significant bit of activities history and of any collection.”
An autographed Patrick Mahomes card recently offered for $861,000, which set the earlier record for a football card, based on VanHaaren. A Brady that is different card for $555,988 in January.
Another Brady card currently is being sold at Lelands auction house and has a bid that is current of707,565.