Tom Brady Rookie Card Sells for $2.25 Million, Breaks Own All-Time Record Sale in a Month

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previous record was $1.32 million

It took less than a month for a Tom Brady rookie card to break its own all-time record of the sale. (Leland Auctions image)

(NFL.com) – It took less than a month for a Tom Brady rookie card to break its own all-time record of the sale.

Brady’s autographed 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket #144 card sold for $2,252,855 million after 67 bids Friday night during Lelands 2021 Spring Classic Auction. The opening bid was set at $75,000.

The sale shattered the previous record of $1.32 million for a football card, which happened to be the same Brady rookie card sold last month. The nearly million-dollar difference was in the grading of the card.

Friday’s sale had a card grade of 8.5 out of 10 and an autograph grade of 9 out of 10. Last month’s Brady rookie had a card grade of 8 and an perfect autograph grade of 10. The grading was done by Beckett.

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