PWCC Marketplace is excited to announce the results of its April Premier Auction. The auction featured nearly 300 assets across baseball, basketball, football, hockey, soccer, Pokémon, Magic: The Gathering, and more. Total auction sales were $8,422,950. Multiple records and interesting price points were set in the auction. They are listed below.
NOTE: The PWCC Sales History shows if a payment on a final sales price is still pending. When a payment is received, it is updated as a final sale in the history tool. In the rare case where a payment is not received, the entry is removed from the sales history.
2022 Panini Prizm WWE Black Prizms The Rock 1/1 #191 PSA 7 NRMT
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s 2022 Panini Prizm WWE Black Prizm parallel sold for $126,000 Thursday night at PWCC Marketplace. The sale marks the highest-selling WWE trading card of all time.
The high price was achieved in part due to a high level of exclusivity. There is only one copy of the card in existence. It also hails from the first Panini WWE Prizm trading card set ever released.
With a print run of just one card, this Black Prizm parallel is considered one of the hardest-to-find crown jewels from the inaugural collection. The card features a holofoil image of The Rock slamming Stone Cold Steve Austin down on the mat. PSA graded this 1/1 masterpiece a Near Mint 7.
1998 Ultra Masterpieces Dennis Rodman 1/1 #80 BGS 8.5 NM-MT+
Dennis Rodman’s 1998 Fleer Ultra Basketball Masterpieces card sold for $81,000 Thursday night in PWCC’s Premier Auction to become his all-time highest selling solo trading card.
Rodman’s record-breaker was the rarest parallel included in the 1998 Fleer Ultra set with a print run of just one. It is one of the earliest examples of a 1/1 card in basketball collecting history and remains one of Rodman’s scarcest issues to date.
The Worm’s 1/1 parallel features Rodman in his white Bulls uniform as he’s mid-dive for the ball during the 1997 season. BGS graded the card a Near Mint+ 8.5.
2020 National Treasures Black Joe Burrow ROOKIE PATCH AUTO DNA 10 /5 #156 PSA 9
Joe Burrow’s 2020 National Treasures Black RPA sold for $102,000 Thursday night setting a record for this /5 Black parallel.
This record-setter features Joey B’s autograph in blue ink and a tri-color patch from his Bengals jersey. With a pop count of just two, this PSA 9 example is one of Burrow’s finest rookie offerings.
2020 Topps Chrome Formula 1 F1 Sapphire Red Refractor Lewis Hamilton SP /5 BGS 9
Lewis Hamilton’s 2020 Topps Chrome F1 Sapphire Red Refractor sold for $56,400 in PWCC’s Premier Auction setting a for-card record.
With a limited print run of just five copies, the chances of finding the F1 phenom’s Sapphire Red parallel fell to just 1:2,407 packs. BGS graded this card a Mint 9 and has yet to grade one higher.
2018 Exquisite Collection 09 Tribute Kanji Shohei Ohtani ROOKIE AUTO /99 BGS 9.5
This copy of Shohei Ohtani’s 2018 Exquisite Collection 09 Tribute rookie card sold for $51,600 to become the pitcher’s highest-selling card from the /99 series.
Styled as a tribute to the iconic ‘09-’10 Exquisite Collection Basketball set, this copy from Ohtani’s limited release features his hard-signed autograph in Chinese Kanji characters – a treatment that not all cards from the set received.
2002 UD Superstars Legendary Michael Jordan Tiger Woods PATCH AUTO /25 BGS 9.5
This copy of Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods’ 2002 Upper Deck Superstars Legendary card sold for $39,600 in PWCC’s April Premier Auction setting a for-card record for the /25 dual-auto masterpiece.
Featuring a game-worn Jordan patch, a piece of Tiger’s trademark red polo, and two pristine hard-signed autographs, this BGS 9.5 copy is one of the finest examples of this card in existence.