Critically Important Investment Piece
The holy grail rookie card from the market favorite '91 Desert Shield production. This highly elusive production is in a class of its own in terms of market importance and uniqueness. During the Gulf War, approximately 6,500 sets were made and given to the troops involved in the war. Though many sets were produced, very few cards made it back home and most of the ones that did were damaged or destroyed by the rigorous conditions. To date, there are only thirty-one confirmed PSA 10 copies in the world which makes this card far too rare to ever satisfy the demand; and with the likely scenario that no more will ever be awarded the illustrious designation, we can easily state that the investment future of this premier piece is exceptionally bright. The card offered here is truly special as it boasts perfect preservation throughout; absolutely incredible for a an almost 30 year old card. Shows four keen corners with smooth edges and stark white borders which surround a mesmerizing illustration of this legendary HOFer. The card is centered 50/50 with brilliant print and registration. In addition, the color is bright and gloss is thick. As the trading card marketplace matures towards its destiny as a leading alternative asset class, it's cards like this that seem positioned to ascend towards a status competitive with present-day fine art markets. Easily representing one of the markets finest investment pieces, we are excited to see what the future holds for this world-class rookie card. Comes with PWCC's highest recommendation. One of over 15,000 cards, lots, and sets up for bid in our 11th Auction of 2019. Click on the link above to view the other PWCC auction lots.
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