LeBron James Rookie Card Sells for $5.2 Million, Most Expensive Basketball Card Ever Sold

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Dallas Mavericks Luka Doncic card held previous record of 4.6 Million

Even amid the longest injury stretch of his Hall of Fame career, somehow LeBron James still managed to rewrite record books. (Goldin Auctions image)

(ESPN) – Even amid the longest injury stretch of his Hall of Fame career, somehow LeBron James still managed to rewrite record books.

A 2003-04 Upper Deck Exquisite Collection RPA (rookie patch autograph) parallel LeBron James card, numbered out of 23, was sold privately for $5.2 million with PWCC Marketplace.

The Beckett Grading Services-graded 9 card (with a perfect 10 signature) claims the throne for most expensive basketball card, knocking off the $4.6 million one-of-one 2018-19 Panini National Treasures Luka Doncic Logoman RPA sold in March.

The sale ties the all-time record for any card with the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card purchased by Rob Gough this past January, also through PWCC.

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