Lot # 63: 2002 Topps Super Bowl #SBMVP Tom Brady Game Used Relic Auto #141/150 PSA 8.5 NM-MT+ with 9 MINT Auto

Category: Football

Starting Bid: $2,500.00

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Item was in Auction "Spring Rarities Auction 2020",
which ran from 5/6/2020 12:00 PM to
5/30/2020 7:00 PM

(LOT 63)
2002 Topps Super Bowl #SBMVP Tom Brady Game Used Relic Auto #141/150 PSA 8.5 NM-MT+ with 9 MINT Auto

BRADY NUMBERED AUTO RELIC!!! Tom Brady is an NFL quarterback for the New England Patriots. Brady has played in a record nine Super Bowls, winning six of them, the most of any player in NFL history. He has won a record four Super Bowl MVP awards, as well as three NFL MVP awards. Due to his numerous records and accolades, many sports writers, commentators, players consider Brady to be the greatest quarterback of all time. The only quarterback to reach 200 regular-season wins, Brady is the winningest quarterback in NFL history, and has never had a losing season as a starting quarterback. He has led his team to more division titles than any other quarterback in NFL history. With a postseason record of 30–11, he is first all-time in playoff wins and appearances for an NFL player.

Brady has led the Patriots to an NFL-record eight consecutive AFC championship games since 2011 (and 13 overall). Brady has also been selected to 14 Pro Bowls, which ties the NFL record for most selections. With all of these accolades, he is considered the greatest NFL player in history. We are excited to be offering this 2002 Super Bowl Relic Auto Numbered insert card from the 2002 Topps Football product. The card has an on-card Autograph on the front as well as being numbered #141/150. Also, the front has a Game Used Super Bowl Football Swatch in bedded into the card. This card has also been Authenticated by PSA as follows: Card is 8.5 NM-MT+ with the Autograph getting a 9 MINT grade. No telling where this card will be in a few years!!!

MIN BID $2,500

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