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A basket of two (2) Mickey Mantle 1968 Topps cards - Mantle’s final season in the Major Leagues. Both cards are graded a 9 by PSA, sports collectibles’ leading grading company, with only 9 graded higher. The Yankees legend continues to epitomize “blue chip” collecting and investing, with a Mantle 1952 Topps PSA 9 recently setting a new record for the most expensive card ever sold.


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 offering contains two (2) Mickey Mantle 1968 Topps Mint 9’s, graded by PSA, sports collectibles’ leading grading company.
There are 177 PSA 9’s with only 9 cards graded higher out of 10,513 graded examples.
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.
One of the more visually striking cards, the 1968 Topps Mantle features a brown corkboard border and vivid shot of Mantle holding his stance with the bat on his shoulder.
A highly condition sensitive issue, the uniquely style borders of this set are highly susceptible to chipping and displaying evidence of wear.
According to VintageCardPrices.com, the last four sales (in descending order) for a PSA 9 were $18,450, $17,220, $11,656, $9,601.
The 1968 season was Mantle’s last as a Major League ballplayer, which gives this card some added importance.
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.
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