Rare Tom Brady Autographed Rookie Card Sells For $2.4 Million

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - NOV 22: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady looks to throw a pass against the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on November 22, 2012 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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A rare Tom Brady rookie card is one of the biggest sellers of the year.

According to TMZ Sports, a rare autographed rookie card of the future Hall of Famer brought in a whopping $2.4 million. The price tag makes it the highest sale for a football trading card at a public auction this year.

The card is “the third-highest public auction sale for a Brady card and the third-highest public auction sale for a trading card this year.”

The card is from the 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket set, and topped $1 million less than 20 hours after hitting the auction block. Only 100 were ever produced, and the card received a perfect “Mint” grade.

The card was auctioned off by PWCC Marketplace.

“This is an extremely desirable card featuring the greatest quarterback to ever play the game,” PWCC exec Jesse Craig said.

Talk about an incredible grab for your collection.

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