Considered “the most important baseball card in the entire industry” and “the symbol of baseball card collecting”, Collectable is proud to present a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle #311 PSA 8. Unquestionably the most significant card of one of the most collectible and investable athletes of all time. In the words of PSA, the industry’s leading grading agency, “if there were a Mount Rushmore of cards and it was limited to one spot, this card would get it every time.”An all-time record for a '52 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 8 was recently set, when one sold for ~$2.1M on July 10th, 2021.
Mickey Mantle, nicknamed “The Mick”, was the linchpin of the New York Yankees epic dynasty during the 1950s and early 1960s. He won 7 World Series Championships, 3 Most Valuable Player awards and was selected to 20 All-Star games. His journey from humble origins to centerfielder for the New York Yankees is the stuff of the American Dream. Mantle was a classic five-tool player who possessed almost supernatural power that led to a bevy of tape measure home runs, including a 560-foot home run that remains the longest in baseball history. Mantle finished his career with 536 home runs, 1,676 runs scored, 1,509 RBI, 1,733 walks and a .298 batting average, and was selected as a first ballot Hall of Famer and member of Major League Baseball’s All-Century Team.
This card is graded a NM-MT 8 by PSA, sports collectibles’ leading grading company. There are 35 Mantle '52 Topps PSA NM-MT 8’s in circulation out of the 1,399 that have been graded.
An all-time record for a '52 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 8 was recently set, when one sold for ~$2.1M on July 10th, 2021.
The PWCC Top 100 index, an index that tracks the price movements of the top 100 most valuable trading cards sold at auction and which includes other comparable Mantle cards, has risen 264% since January 2008.
According to CardLadder, since January 2021, 1952 Mickey Mantle #311 PSA NM-MT 8’s have sold for the following prices: $1,605,150, $1,353,000, $885,000, $861,000, $861,000.
The most recent sale of a 1952 Mickey Mantle #311 PSA NM-MT 9 was $5,200,000 in a private sale brokered by PWCC, setting a new record for the most expensive card ever sold. A 1952 Mickey Mantle PSA Gem-Mint 10 is estimated to be worth ~$15,000,000-$30,000,000 by many seasoned collectors. Collectable IPO’d a 1953 Mickey Mantle PSA 10 in September for $2,500,000.
In 1952, Mantle began to develop into the superstar he would become. He hit .311 with 23 home runs and 94 runs scored, making his first All-Star appearance. The very next year, Mantle would begin a run of nine straight seasons of 100 runs scored or more as part of a potent Yankee lineup.
Many believe this 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card is the most important baseball card in the industry and considered the “poster child or the symbol of baseball card collecting.”
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