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Lot # 1: 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket #144 Tom Brady Rookie Autograph #6/100 PSA Authentic - Auto 10

Category: Football Cards

Starting Bid: $50,000.00

Bids: 26 (Bid History)

Time Left: Auction closed
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Item was in Auction "Focus Auction",
which ran from 9/24/2022 12:00 PM to
10/8/2022 10:00 PM

2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket #144 Tom Brady Rookie Autograph card. The legend is back. No, not Tom Brady, who never really left after all. But his record-smashing rookie Championship Ticket card continues to rank among the most sought after in the hobby. Numbered #6/100 and encapsulated by PSA as Authentic, the Autograph at the foot of Brady's action shot grades a perfect 10. In early 2021, a version of this card set the collecting world on fire by selling for $2.25 million; just a couple of months later, another example broke the previous record at a price of $3.1 million. Both of those cards were auctioned by Lelands, and since then The GOAT and The Originals have teamed up for some of the premier offerings of merchandise, cards, and memorabilia from perhaps not just the greatest football player, but one of the greatest athletes of all time. There are eight (8) PSA dual-graded Brady Champ Tickets, meaning card and auto are both graded; on that pop report, this is Pop 2 with six higher. You know many of the accolades - 7-time Super Bowl Champ, 5-time Super Bowl MVP, 3-time Most Valuable Player, not to mention seemingly unassailable career marks for Completions, Touchdowns, and Yards. For another eye-popping perspective, TB12 has won his first two games of the 2022 season at age 45, running his total to 245 (not counting his amazing 35 playoff triumphs). Aaron Rodgers is 2nd among active QBs (8th overall) with 140. Meaning, the 38-year old Rodgers could post a perfect 17-0 record for the next six seasons and he STILL wouldn't catch Brady's current total, which of course is far from final. A QB starting today could post 14 consecutive perfect seasons and would still fall short. Brady's career is sure to provide fodder for statisticians (and writers) for generations to come.

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