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This Is The Most Expensive Football Card

You may be asking yourself, "what is the most expensive football card of all time?" There are a handful of cards that investors and collectors will absolutely go crazy for, but there is one card above the rest that will consistently go for at least $750,000. 

Most Expensive Football Card

Upon looking at the most expensive football cards of all time, you may find it interesting that the 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket Tom Brady Rookie Card (Autograph) is the second most valuable football card of all time. The BGS 9 Tom Brady card was auctioned off for $400,000. Surprisingly though, this is not the most expensive football card of all time. 

In fact, the most expensive football card of all time goes to a 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski Rookie Card. In the 1930s, Bronko Nagurski was one of the best runners the game had ever seen. In 1963, Bronko was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame. Despite only playing in the NFL for the Chicago Bears for just 7 years, Bronko will go down with the most expensive football card of all time. A PSA 9 Bronko Nagurski rookie card is valued at $750,000. 

FAQ

What is the most expensive football card?

The most expensive football card was a 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski Rookie Card.

What team did Bronko Nagurski play for?

Bronko Nagurski played for the Chicago Bears. 

Where did Bronko Nagurski go to college?

Bronko Nagurski went to college at the University of Minnesota. 

 

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