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With condition-sensitive baby blue borders complementing the navy and orange of “The Great One’s” Edmonton Oilers sweater exquisitely, there is hardly a more iconic card in all of Hockey. As one of only two widely-recognized Wayne Gretzky rookie cards, this high-grade example oozes with investment potential as only a pair of cards have ever achieved a higher grade than this “Mint 9” from PSA. A 1979 O-Pee-Chee Wayne Gretzky PSA 10 rookie card sold for $3.75 million in May 2021, shattering the record for most expensive hockey card ever sold.


Wayne Gretzky, nicknamed “The Great One”, is considered the greatest hockey player of all time. At the time of his retirement in 1999, he held 61 NHL records: 40 regular season records, 15 playoff records, and 6 All-Star records. He won 4 Stanley Cup Championships with the Edmonton Oilers. Some of the remarkable accomplishments from Gretzky’s career include: finishing with 894 goals and 1,963 assist (2,857 points), 15 NHL All-Star selections (8 First Team and 7 Second Team squads), nine Hart Trophies as the league’s best player, 10 Art Ross Trophies, two Conn Smythe Trophies and five Byng Trophies. Gretzky played for 4 teams (Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues) over the course of 20 seasons.


One of the two key rookie card issues for Hockey GOAT Wayne Gretzky - O-Pee-Chee & Topps.
Graded a PSA Mint 9.
A 1979 O-Pee-Chee Wayne Gretzky PSA 10 rookie card sold for $3.75 million in a private sale in May 2021, shattering the record for most expensive Gretzky card ever sold.
A little over 8,000 copies of Gretzky’s Topps rookie have been graded by PSA with only 126 others equal to this Mint 9 and two superior Gem Mint 10s.
This is the key rookie card of hockey’s greatest player. When people talk about the greatest athletes in sports, you often hear names like Babe Ruth, Muhammad Ali and Michael Jordan, but one could make a great argument that none of them dominated their sport the way Wayne Gretzky dominated hockey.
Collectable shareholders rejected a $225,000 buyout offer for a 1979 O-Pee-Chee Gretzky PSA 9 in April 2021.
Beckett’s Ryan Cracknell stated in 2016 “The blue borders make it extremely tough on edges and corners. Chipping is common for 1979-80 Topps Hockey cards, which helps explain why copies in top condition are so tough to come by.”
To understand the difference between the Gretzky 1979 Topps rookie card and the 1979 O-Pee-Chee counterpart, read here.
The consignor is retaining $8,900 worth of equity in the offering.
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Wayne Gretzky
1979 Topps PSA 9

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