The most iconic post-War card in existence, people often regard Mantle's 1952 Topps Baseball card as his rookie. It's not. But, from a hobby standpoint it's easily his most important piece of cardboard. Enhancing the allure of the series, legend has it that cases of leftover product were sent to a watery grave at the bottom of the Hudson River by Topps founder, Sy Berger.
It’s not just a video game, it’s the game that revolutionized the Super Mario Bros franchise. Directed by the legendary Shigeru Miyamoto, the game features freedom of movement in all three dimensions, a large open world based on 3D polygons, and famous characters from the celebrated video game franchise.
It’s not just 5 cents of US currency. It is one of only five 1913 Liberty Head nickels ever produced. Once belonging to famous 20th-century coin collector Louis E. Eliasberg, this collectible has become one of the world’s most valuable and mysterious coins.
This is the world's first game-worn autograph card, featuring the Upper Deck CEO’s personal Michael Jordan jersey due to sourcing issues and hand numbered by an Upper Deck employee. The card is numbered 23 to coincide with Michael Jordan’s jersey number.
It’s no mere coin. It is in fact the only 1933 Double Eagle known to be privately owned. The double eagle series coins, minted from 1907-1933, were modeled on the beautiful gold coins of ancient Greece. They were conceived behind the backs of Congress by Theodore Roosevelt & Augustus Saint-Gaudens as they considered US coinage at the time to be “artistically of atrocious hideousness.
This is a Limited Edition Solid 20-karat Gold 20th Anniversary Pikachu, produced by Japanese jewelry maker Ginza Tanaka. It is based on the original Japanese Pikachu card, affectionately nicknamed ‘Fat Pikachu’ due to the distinctive chubby cheeks featured in the design.
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