BGS Cards at Goldin Auctions

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It’s no secret that Ken Goldin and the Goldin Auctions team have been breaking the internet lately. From massive deals made in both the business world and the hobby, it’s hard not to notice what Goldin is doing. Simply put, you have our attention, Sir. So, with that being said, we wanted to take a look at a few BGS Cards at Goldin Auctions ending tonight in their Monthly Auction.

Lot #2 BGS Pristine 10 Ronald Acuna

There has been a debate for the last couple of years over who is the better player to collect, Juan Soto or Ronald Acuna. It doesn’t matter to me either way. However, Acuna happens to be the star of this auction. Lot #2’s current bid is $151K. That number leaves little debate about just how popular the young Braves star is in the hobby.

BGS Cards at Goldin Auctions

Lot #91 BGS Mint 9 Mike Tyson

I get that you may not be aware of just how crazy the boxing and wrestling card markets have been growing. In fact, if it weren’t for David Peck, I might not know at all. Three months ago he appeared on Beckett Live Presents and sang the good fortunes of collecting Tyson. Seeing Lot #91 speaks volumes to what Mr. Peck was talking about. This card is hot, rare, and tough to find in this condition. Its current bid is $17K, which feels a bit low to me. I’m definitely keeping an eye on this one.

BGS Cards at Goldin Auctions

Lot #868 BGS Gem Mint 9.5 Jim Brown

Look, I get it. You don’t have $151K to spend on a card, and $17K is probably a bit of a jump too, but what about $125? That is the current bid on Lot #868 and it seems like a steal to me. At that price, this is one of those cards you buy and stash away. Jim Brown is a legend, both on and off the football field, and I think it stands to reason that this card will see a value bump in the future.

BGS Cards at Goldin Auctions

There are plenty of other BGS Cards at Goldin Auctions ending tonight. If you need a Kobe Bryant 1/1, they have one. Or, a Pristine 10 Lebron James RPA, they have one of those too. From six figures to $50 there is a little bit of something for everyone.

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Eric Norton

Eric has been collecting cards since he was seven, buying singles with his allowance from the lone card shop in his hometown of Springtown, TX. Currently, Eric’s collecting interest revolve around picking up cards he had in his childhood that he let go of at some point, and Seattle Mariners third basemen, Kyle Seager.

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2 comments

  1. Carissa Williams 15 May, 2021 at 18:03

    Haven’t been collecting long enough to know what a 2021 Tier One Ronald Acuna Jr. Knob 1 of 1 would go for so I can get it graded.
    Can someone help me.

  2. Robert Demare 20 July, 2021 at 12:23

    Hi Carissa,

    In a lot of these circumstances of rarity, it is often difficult to determine the value of an item, especially a 1/1. Your best bet would to watch Acuna’s card prices in the market. Also, do a lot of investigation of what other comparable 1/1’s from the 2021 Tier One Bat Knobs that have recent sales.

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