Brady rookie card sets all-time record with $3.1M sale

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Tom Brady's rookie card continues to set records at auction.

An autographed Brady 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket was auctioned off by Lelands on Friday night for just over $3.1 million, setting a new all-time record for a football card. The card was graded a mint nine with an autograph grade of 10.

This marks the third time this year that a copy of this particular Brady card has set a new record for the most expensive football card. Two other copies of the card with slightly lower grades sold for $1.32 million in March and $2.25 million in April.

Friday's sale also moves Brady back onto the list of the 10 most expensive sports trading cards ever sold.

Brady rookie card sets all-time record with $3.1M sale
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