The surge continues for LeBron James card values, rookie and non-rookie cards alike. Here are three base cards have experienced particularly strong recent activity: 1. 2004-05 Topps #23 LeBron James ($60-$150) James’ second-year Chrome took off in price some time ago. Now the regular Topps version has followed suit, with several sales in excess of $100. Ditto for the First Edition parallel, now trending in the $150-$400 territory. Prices are also skyrocketing for the serial-numbered to 500 Black version and the tougher still Gold of only 99 copies. 2. 2006-07 E-X #6 LeBron James ($30-$80) Prices continue on the upswing…

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Steve Dalton

Steven enjoys his job tracking and reporting on the basketball card market for Beckett Media. His other interests include comic book speculation and investing, kaiju movies and collectibles, and UK basketball.

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