A rookie card for Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James has sold for a basketball record $5.2 million.
The card sold through the exchanging card site PWCC Marketplace Monday.
It is one of just 23 that were delivered by Upper Deck in 2003, James’ rookie year.
“At the core of each gatherer in 2003, was the desire for pulling the super uncommon Lebron James Rookie Patch Auto Parallel numbered to 23 duplicates,” PWCC composed on its Instagram page. “With not many truly opening up and request expanding continuously, this card is rapidly turning into the crown gem of all games card investing.”
As per News, the past record for a basketball card deal was set in February, when a card for Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic sold for $4.6 million.
This likewise ties the record at the greatest expense at any point paid for a games card, which was set in January when a 1952 card for New York Yankees baseball legend Mickey Mantle additionally sold for $5.2 million, Sports Illustrated reports.