A Look at The Most Valuable Football Cards Currently on The Market
Sports cards are considered collectible items. This is especially true regarding expensive football cards. Here is a look at the most valuable football cards on the market.
Autographed 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket Tom Brady Rookie Card
Tom Brady is a 6-time Super Bowl champion. Tom Brady’s Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket rookie card has become more valuable over the length of his legendary career. Collectors covet this card, causing its value to continuously rise over the years.
1958 Topps Jim Brown Rookie Card
Running back Jim Brown is a 9-time Pro Bowler. The Topps rookie card is popular among high level collectors. Print defects have been an issue, so having a card in good condition is worth a lot of money.
1948 Leaf Bobby Layne Rookie Card
Quarterback Bobby Layne is a 3-time Super Bowl champion. Layne’s rookie card is available in multiple variations. Layne is wearing red pants on one card and yellow pants on the other card. Also, Layne’s first name is misspelled on the cards, making them even more valuable.
1986 Topps Steve Young Rookie Card
Quarterback Steve Young is a 3-time Super Bowl champion. The Topps Steve Young rookie card is controversial among top collectors. While many collectors love the design, there are some who believe that the green borders on the card are odd. Collectors point out that the card has been very difficult to locate over the years.
1948 Leaf Sid Luckman Rookie Card
Quarterback Sid Luckman is a 4-time NFL champion. Luckman’s card design has a unique coloration. Luckman’s card also stands out for only having one design.
1998 Playoff Contenders Ticket Peyton Manning Autographed Rookie Card
Quarterback Peyton Manning is a 2-time Super Bowl champion. Manning’s cards have become valuable over the course of his historic career.
1894 Mayo John Dunlap Card
The Mayo’s Cut Plugs are considered the very first football cards ever created and released. John Dunlap’s card is valuable because he was one of the top Ivy League players during that era.
1965 Topps Joe Namath Rookie Card
Super Bowl champion Joe Namath’s rookie card is considered one of the most popular cards on the market. The card’s design is larger than traditional sports cards. There is also an alternative butterfly variation of the card.
1935 National Chile Bronko Nagurski Rookie Card
One of the first NFL players inducted into the Hall of Fame, Bronko Nagurski was an incredible running back. Nagurski’s National Chile rookie card is extremely valuable, as collectors believe that only a handful of the cards was created.
1957 Topps Johnny Unitas Rookie Card
Quarterback Johnny Unitas is a 3-time NFL champion. Unitas’ rookie card is unique because of its dual pane design and horizontal layout.