At the time we told you we had tracking the street values for his autograph cards and there seemed to be an upswing in prices. Not long after that post prices seemed to follow that trend as we saw certain autographs push to $300 and more. Well here is one card that ended in the day after our post, and there is no way we could have anticipated what would happen.
Only 24 of these made and this one, number 13 of the bunch, was up for grabs on eBay. After 17 bidders went head to head, the dust on this auction settled after 32 bids. The card sold for a staggering $3,561.01 with the winning bid coming in just $10 more than the one behind it in a snipe bid with 9 seconds left. On a side note, there were 3 bidders who were willing to pay over $3,500 for this card.
It sold in a BIN listing for $17,500.00. But it is sometimes hard to judge true street value off a card that was instantly purchased. As luck would have it there was this one that was sold a few days later at auction.
After 43 bids, this card sold for $11,300.00. A bargain compared to the previous sale.
Or this 2013-14 UD Exquisite Game Face Booklet autograph that is, at the time of this posting, only at $100 with 4 days left,
click on any of the links above or use this one to find all the James Autograph cards currently available.
And that will do it for this week’s Hump Day Hits. Make sure to check back next Wednesday for another installment of Hump Day Hits.