The worlds most expensive coin which is called ‘The 1787 New York-Style Brasher Doubloon’ was sold at Heritage Auctions for $9.36 million. 📈
Month: January 2021
Tom Brady once again defeats Father Time to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Super Bowl. At 43 years old, he can potentially add to his resume and be the first QB since Peyton Manning to win a ring with a second team.
The Pokémon market appears to be strong. A sealed box of Pokémon 1st Edition sold for over $400k at Heritage Auctions. Wax boxes have been the investors choice as pulling singles from packs give the consumer the best chance to get a high grade collectible card.
The sports card market is still heating up with no end in sight. Most recently PWCC auctioned off a coveted 2003-04 Topps Chrome Refractor Lebron James rookie card, graded a PSA 10. This is the most sought after Lebron James rookie card and can be compared to Michael Jordan’s 1986 Fleer rookie.
A rare near mint copy of Batman #1 from 1940 sold at Heritage Auctions in Dallas on 1/14/2020 for $2.22 million including buyer’s premium. This set a world record for a comic book based on the character and becoming the second most expensive comic book ever sold at auction.
Ethereum has jumped 13% the last 24 hours eclipsing $1400 per coin. We will see how it sustains itself over the course of the next few days. 📈
High grade Michael Jordan Fleer rookie cards have been on fire recently, especially PSA 10’s which have fetched a whopping $200,000 📈 at Goldin Auctions.
A step down from the Gem Mints also command huge sums of money. A few nights ago a mint (BGS 9) copy sold at PWCC’s auction for nearly $30,000.
The classic car market has been extremely soft since COVID hit. However, rare cars such as the 1987 Porsche 911 Slant Nose can still be moved to the right buyer.
Over MLK weekend we have seen Bitcoin move sideways at around $36k. Other cryptocurrencies such as Ethereum (ETH) and Yearn Finance (YFI) have trended upwards.