The Top 10 fastest growing sports cards this week brings us a diverse mix of cards including Marvel, Pokemon, Hockey, Baseball, Football and Basketball. In order for a card to qualify for this list, it had to be in graded condition with a minimum value of $250.
On February 24th, this card sold for a record $4,050 but has been on a steady decline ever since, hitting a low of $167.50 on 8/29.
Just 1 day after hitting a low, the card bounced back and sold for $575:
It’s still a far-cry from its all-time high price, but the new sale is the highest price this card has seen in over a month. There are 82 copies of this card in a PSA 10 grade and has been sold 21 times since the record price sale in February.
On 8/29, this card sold for $3,800, close to it’s all-time high price of $4,100 on 6/14:
Despite being a low-grade card (PSA 1), it has a population of 152. It’s gone through a few peaks and valleys since March until it hit its lowest value in 8 months when it sold for $1,995 on 8/26 before its most recent sale.
There are 1,027 copies of this Tatis’ Bowman Prospects card in a PSA 10 grade so there has been a high sales volume and high price volatility over the past 6 months. The card last sold for $359.99 on 8/28 up from $199.85 on 8/21:
The card hit a high price of $499.99 on July 5th before hitting a new low on 8/21. So far the cards we’ve seen on this list have hit new lows but have rebounded significantly within a few days of the previous low sale. The 8/28 sale is the highest new price for the card since 7/25.
On 2/14, this card hit a high of $2,323 before retracting to $960 within 2 weeks. It’s a second-year James card with a population of 366.
It sold on 8/29 for $340 before jumping up to $584 on 8/30:
This is the highest sale for the card since 5/23, but is still significantly lower than its peak February price.
In early February, a copy of Duncan’s Topps Chrome rookie base in a BGS 9.5 grade sold for a record high $3,050 before retreating to a low of $356 on 8/25.
After the record low, the card jumped back up to $595.25 on 8/30:
The card has a population of 795 and has been on a steady decline since its high in February. The latest sale is the most this card has sold for since 6/10.
Like many other cards on this list, Trout’s 2011 Bowman Chrome Draft Refractor price peaked in early February with a $2,999 sale before reaching a low price of $1,393 on 7/7.
There are 637 copies of this card graded a BGS 9.5 and last sold for $2,400 on 8/30:
This was up from $1,500 (sold 8/27) and is the card’s highest sale since 5/9.
Despite the conclusion of the NFL pre-season and the regular season start just a few weeks away, Murray is the only football player who made the top 10 list this week.
Murray’s Optic Holo has 128 copies in a PSA 10 and sold on 8/30 for $1,150:
It had previously sold for a record high of $1,500 last September before dropping to $569 in early January.
On 8/25 the card sold for $721.11 before jumping back up in price 5 days later.
A PSA 10 Blastoise Holo sold for $8,500 last October before hitting a low of $1,382 on 7/21.
The card has seen some volatility but is on a general upward trend since that last recorded low sale. On 8/26, the card sold for $3,205:
There are 332 PSA 10 copies of this card and has been sold 29 times since its peak value in October.
Sidney Crosby’s 2005 Upper Deck Young Guns BGS 9.5 hit an all-time record high in February when it sold for $3,825 and nearly reached that high with its latest sale:
The card dropped to a low of $1,722 in late June, but has been on a steady climb upwards. The latest sale is the highest the card has sold for since early March. There are 2,192 copies of this card graded a BGS 9.5.
The Ja Morant rookie Prizm Red White & Blue PSA 10 peaked in price on 12/26 when it sold for $950. There are 770 copies of the card graded a PSA 10 and there has been a high volume of sales in the past year.
The card last sold for $461 on 8/30:
This marks the highest sale of the card since early April.