Sign up / Login


Considered one of Mantle’s “best cards” during arguably the sluggers most dominant 2-year stretch of his career, this 1957 Topps #95 is graded an 8.5 NM-MT+ by PSA, sports collectibles’ leading grading company. There are only 23 examples graded higher by PSA known in existence. The card features Mantle, in his patented Yankees pinstripes, spotlighted against a dark Yankee Stadium background, during a legendary period in his career. Mantle won back-to-back AL MVP awards in 1956 and 1957, and won the American League Triple Crown, leading the Yankees to yet another World Series title in '56. A must-own for vintage baseball and Mantle collectors and investors.


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 Mickey Mantle 1957 #95 Topps baseball card is graded an 8.5 NM-MT+ by PSA, sports collectibles’ leading grading company.
There are only 23 examples of a Mickey Mantle 1957 Topps graded higher known in existence, with 22 PSA 9’s and only 1 PSA 10.
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.
Mantle won his second consecutive AL MVP award in 1957 as he batted .365 with 173 hits, 34 home runs and 94 RBI as well as a league-leading 121 runs scored and 146 walks.
Mantle had one of the best seasons of his career in 1956. Mantle captured the elusive Triple Crown by leading the league with a .353 batting average, 52 home runs and 130 RBI. Mantle also led the league with 132 runs scored and a .705 slugging average.
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.
According to Heritage Auctions, “one of Mantle’s best cards, and there are many, is card #95 from the 1957 Topps issue. The set is the first photo quality set produced by Topps. Despite a heavy selection of HoFers, including a healthy number of rookie debuts, Mantle is the most sought after.”
According to WaxPackGods, “Against a dark Yankee Stadium background, Mantle stands out like a ghost in a spotlight as he follows through on a left-handed swing in his Yanks’ Pinstripes here on this 1957 Topps card. And a spotlight would have been a fitting device for the young slugger, who had enjoyed perhaps his greatest season in 1956, winning the American League Triple Crown and MVP award, and driving the Yankees to yet another World Series title.”
According to PostWarCards.com, "if you look closely at the 1957 Topps #95 Mickey Mantle card’s right side, you can see that Topps tried to air-brush someone out of the card. But who is this out-of-place figure? Rumor is that Topps washed out a maintenance worker who was walking by. But the remaining silhouette allowed collectors in 1957 to let their imaginations run, and many joked it was the “Ghost of Babe Ruth.”
Price per share
Number of shares available
Market cap

Mickey Mantle
1957 Topps #95 PSA 8.5 NM-MT+

IPO Funded - Trading soon
Important Information
Collectable Technologies Inc and Collectable Sports Assets, LLC may be referred to individually as a “Collectable Entity” or together as the “Collectable Entities”. “Share” and “Stocks” refer to interests in a series of a Collectable entity. Collectable is not a broker-dealer. Securities are offered to investors through registered broker-dealers and members of FINRA & SIPC, with which Collectable has partnered.
Investments in alternative assets are illiquid, speculative and loss of invested capital is possible. A more complete description of these risks is contained in our offering circular, available here. We urge you to review full details and disclaimers on https://collectable.com/disclaimer/. Images shown are for illustrative purposes only.
All securities-related activity for Initial Public Offerings is conducted in partnership with Dalmore Group, LLC, a member of FINRA & SIPC and SEC-registered broker dealer.
Our secondary trading market is conducted in partnership with Templum Markets LLC, a member of FINRA & SIPC, an SEC-registered broker dealer and Alternative Trading System (“ATS”). Please review Templum Markets and Drivewealth legal documentation.
© 2021 Collectable. All Rights Reserved, Collectable Technologies, Inc.