In seven days a Ray Lewis card saw 213.24% growth, this sale is important and notable for many different reasons. One being in a down market this shows quick flips are not only possible but possible for players who retired over a decade ago. Ray Lewis is one of the all-time great defensive players, emphasis on defensive player as its a historical hurdle for defensive players to sell well.
Danny Dimes came up short today BUT throughout the entirety of the season and during the playoff game vs the Vikings he showed he is a legitimate starter. For that reason his 2019 Prizm Silver Rookie PSA 10 has seen 180% growth in one month.
Coach DaBoll seems to be a quarterback guru to the likes of McVay transforming Goff. Jones went from a turnover machine to an efficient dual threat quarterback who is likely the future of the Giants.
Neon Deion is seeing green with his 1989 Score Beckett 9.5 Rookie, with a whopping 131% growth in the last month. Similar to Ray Lewis' gold kaboom, in today's market rare/low pop cards of all time greats are doing good.
Keeping with the trend, this 1998 E-X2001 Peyton Manning rookie BGS 9.5 has seen 168.25% growth in the last month. This beautiful card from an iconic set might not be the numbered essential credential but it has a beautiful acetate design with gold/silver foil finish.