In today’s video, Gingieman Marvel Cards Collecting & Investing explores the top 15 Marvel trading card sales for the last two weeks. The list includes some interesting graded cards, unique artist proofs, and rare hologram cards. The cards are from various sets from the 1990s to 2016. Marvel card collectors around the world have been in a frenzy bidding for these highly coveted cards. Let’s take a closer look at 10 of the top 15 Marvel cards sold this week.
2013 Fleer Retro Cards – Full Set ($8,500)
This massive sale included almost the entire set of 2013 Fleer Retro Cards, including base cards, autos, stickers, and sketches. The private listing even had three printing plates, and the lucky buyer paid a whopping $8,500 for the full set.
Flair Ultra Avengers Wolverine Gold Spectrum Foil 1 of 1 ($6,500)
This Wolverine card was finally pulled from the Flair Ultra Avengers set and sold for an impressive $6,500. The gold spectrum foil design and one-of-a-kind status make it a highly sought-after item for any Wolverine collector.
1996 Marvel Masterpieces Collection Galleria Cards ($2,807)
This beautiful set of Marvel Masterpieces Collection Galleria Cards includes numbers one to 106 and four double impacts. With 42 bids, this gorgeous set sold for $2,807, making it a highly coveted item among Marvel collectors.
2016 Marvel Masterpieces Kaleidoscope Hollow Foil Wolverine ($2,100)
This stunning hollow foil Wolverine card from the 2016 Marvel Masterpieces set sold for $2,100. With a unique kaleidoscope design and limited edition numbering, it’s easy to see why this card is such a fan favorite.
Flair Ultra Avengers Iron Man Jambalaya ($1,105)
This jambalaya of Iron Man card from the Flair Ultra Avengers set is a super short print and a rare find for collectors. It sold for $1,105, not far off the price for a 2015 Flare Retro Iron Man Gambler that also sold earlier this week.
2014 Marvel Premiere Red Spectrum Havoc 1 of 1 ($1,000+)
This Havoc card from the 2014 Marvel Premiere set is a one-of-a-kind red spectrum design, and the lucky buyer paid an undisclosed amount over $1,000 for this unique item.
2016 Marvel Exquisite Deadpool ($956)
This Deadpool card from the 2016 Marvel Exquisite set is a rare find and sold for $956. The super clean design and unique character make it a highly sought-after item among Marvel collectors.
1989 Marvel Todd McFarlane Collection Venom ($865)
This Venom card from the 1989 Marvel Todd McFarlane Collection is in perfect PSA 10 condition, making it a pop three card. The first appearance of Venom makes it a highly sought-after item for collectors, and it sold for $865.
1990 Marvel Universe Cosmic Spider-Man ($860)
This Cosmic Spider-Man card from the 1990 Marvel Universe set is in perfect PSA 10 condition and sold for $860. With several other 90 MU PSA 10 Spider-Man cards selling for over $900, it’s clear that Spider-Man is still a fan favorite.
2016 Marvel Masterpieces Battle Spectra Spider-Man vs. Morlun ($831)
This Spider-Man vs. Morlun card from the 2016 Marvel Masterpieces set is in PSA 8.5 condition and sold for $831.33. With a unique battle spectra design, it’s no wonder collectors are willing to pay top dollar for this item.
Gingieman is a well-known figure in the world of collecting and investing and has a passion for Marvel trading cards that is evident in his impressive collection. In one of his recent videos, Gingieman shared valuable insights into the world of Marvel card collecting and investing. According to him, collecting and investing in Marvel cards can be a great way to make a profit, but it requires a lot of knowledge and expertise. He recommends doing thorough research and learning as much as possible about the cards you’re interested in. It’s also important to be patient and not rush into buying or selling cards.
Furthermore, Gingieman emphasized the importance of authenticity and grading when it comes to Marvel cards. He noted that a card’s value can vary greatly depending on its condition and whether it has been authenticated by a reputable grading company. His expert advice can help collectors and investors make informed decisions.
In conclusion, Gingieman’s video serves as a valuable resource for anyone interested in Marvel card collecting and investing. His passion and expertise in the field are evident, and his advice can help collectors and investors make informed decisions. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or just starting out, Gingieman’s insights are sure to be of value to you. With the excitement and interest surrounding Marvel card sales, the future looks bright for collectors and investors alike!
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