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Why Investors Should Buy Mickey Mantle's 'True' 1951 Bowman Rookie Card Instead Of His 1952 Topps

Posted May 14, 2019 by David Seideman
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Last year, Super Bowl champion Evan Mathis, sold a mint PSA 9 (on a scale of one to ten) 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle for $2.9 million in a Heritage auction. If one of the three existing gem mint PSA 10s came up for sale, it would command $10 million.

“In terms of price point, the 1952 Topps Mantle is king and will remain king for a long time,” Brent Huigens, the CEO of PWCC, the largest seller of investment trading cards, told me.

Mantle’s 1952 Topps marks his first appearance in the most popular post-war set. But, of course, his true rookie is his 1951 Bowman. Since the dawn of the hobby in the 1970s, collectors have wondered whether the Bowman is a good buy.

Huigens says absolutely yes. In fact, he believes the Bowman is now a better choice than the Topps.

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