2015 Topps Chrome Kris Bryant Superfractor Autograph Sells for $11,100


The 2015 Topps Chrome Kris Bryant Superfractor Autograph topped $11,000 on eBay on August 20. And while a five-figure sale for a three-year-old card is a big deal, it’s actually significantly less than what it sold for just over a year ago.

2015 Topps Chrome Kris Bryant Superfractor Autograph

The final price on the latest sale was $11,100. It came through PWCC, a consignment company.

The one-of-one from Bryant’s rookie season has been graded a PSA 10. The final price was reached after 49 total bids from 34 different bidders. The auction ran for ten days.

The card previously sold for $15,000 on July 29, 2017, also on eBay. At the time, the card wasn’t graded.

Currently, Kris Bryant has more than 100 different Superfractors dating back to 2013. This has to rank as one of the more notable ones outside of his 2013 Bowman Chrome Draft and 2014 Bowman Chrome autographs. The 2013 Bowman Chrome Draft cards were actually released in 2014.


Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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  1. Hector 22 August, 2018 at 18:34

    This is out of the subject. But can anyone lead me to the right direction. Ive been collecting sports cards since i was 8 yr. Ive collected thousands. Of card i got really neat cards .never send one to get grated after all this years collecting . when i purchase i know excatly what to look for. I also have memorabilia that their only the one i have excist. Never thought to sell . sadly its time to let go of them. So where can i go?

    • Ryan Cracknell 24 August, 2018 at 23:24

      @Hector — If you have a local card shop or antiques dealer, take some pictures and show them. They should be able to tell you roughly what sorts of value you’ve got there and you can go from there.

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