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LeBron ’20-21 Logoman card sells for $2.4 million-EnglishHindiBlogs-SportsNews

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Basketball card that rapper and NBA superfan Drake spent at least $200,000 trying to find – the 2020-21 Panini Flawless Triple Logoman LeBron James Card, number one – at auction Saturday night with collectibles Bazaar Goldin’ $ Sold for 2.4 million. , including buyer’s premium.

Logoman cards, in which the NBA logo is cut out of the player’s jersey, are some of the most sought-after modern cards in the hobby. Panini’s 2020-21 Flawless release (10-card hobby boxes selling for about $1,000) includes five triple logoman cards, all numbered, one of them Drummond Green/Stephen Curry/Kel Thompson, Anthony Edwards/Lamello Ball/Tyrese Halliburton, Jason Tatum/Luka Doncic/Zion Williamson and Giannis Antetokounmpo/Kevin Durant/Curry.

The fifth card is the just-sold James Edition, embedded with an NBA logo patch from the “game-worn/used” jerseys of each of his three career teams: the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat and Los Angeles Lakers.

“Typically, it’s good old cards that are very valuable,” Ken Goldin, Goldin’s founder and executive chairman, told the Associated Press. “But it’s never really been a popular card before it was pulled from a pack.”

Several outlets reportedly stated that the James Card would break the record for both a modern playing and basketball card – both numbered 23 out of 23, parallel to the 2003–04 Upper Deck exclusive LeBron James RPA (Rookie Patch Autograph), which cost $ Sold for 5.2 million. With the PWCC Marketplace in April 2021.

While some thought the triple logoman T206 could challenge the Honus Wagner card, which sold for a record $6.606 million in August, the market has cooled off from its pandemic-aided boom. An exclusive LeBron RPA Parallel with Goldin also sold on Saturday night—albeit with a lower grade from Beckett Grading Services—for $2.1 million.

James made waves in July 2020—one of those 23 RPA parallels that broke the then-record for a basketball card, sold for $1.845 million at Goldin Auctions—when he commented that he had “some of those exact ones.” were too.”

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