Dallas Mavericks’ star Luca Doncic sets record rare rookie card sells at auction for  $3.12 million dollars


According to ESPN a Luka Doncic rare rookie card sold at a public auction for $3.12 million on Friday. The sale set records for the most paid-for basketball card at a public auction.

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It was a 2018-19 National Treasures RPA (rookie patch autograph) Logoman with an on-card autograph. And it features a player-worn NBA shield logo aka “Logoman.” The unique card is numbered 1-of-1. 

In March 2021 the same Doncic Logoman had reportedly been purchased in a private sale for $4.6 million. As of that date, the sale was the most expensive basketball card ever sold in a private auction.

Then in April 2021, a new record for a basketball card was set. A deal was brokered by PWCC for $5.2 million for LeBron James RPA.

 The Luka Logoman is now publicly and privately, the second-and third-highest selling price for a basketball card. 

Doncic trading cards have always commanded premium prices. At an auction in 2021 his limited-edition Panini Gold Prizm card sold for $799,500.

Rare rookie card for a basketball star

Jesse Craig, VP of sales at PWCC Marketplace said in a statement.