Tom Brady continues to make history. A rookie card autographed by the G.O.A.T. himself just sold for $2.4 million. It’s the highest price paid for a football card at a public auction this year.

According to PWCC, who auctioned the card, the Brady rookie card from the 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket series was popular from the start. It surpassed the $1 million mark only 16 hours after bidding started. The $2.4 million haul is the third-highest public auction sale for a Brady card and the third-highest public auction sale for a trading card this year.

It’s no surprise that this particular card fetched such a high price. The card itself is extremely rare; just 100 were ever made. The card was graded Mint, and the autograph was graded perfect, increasing its value even further.

At some point, 87 of the 100 cards have been graded. However, just a few have returned Mint, therefore the expensive price. “This is an extremely desirable card featuring the greatest quarterback to ever play the game,” PWCC exec Jesse Craig said.

There’s a reason Tom couldn’t leave the sport even if it meant ending his marriage. Even if it hasn’t been finalized, let’s see if Gisele changes her mind. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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