Josh Allen saw his stock skyrocket this year, which means his memorabilia also got a little more valuable.
A signed rookie card from the Buffalo Bills quarterback was recently sold for $210,330 — the highest price tag yet for an Allen card — after his impressive 2020 season, according to Goldin Auctions.
The card is graded a MINT 9 by Beckett Grading Services while the autograph is a 10.
In addition to the signature, the limited-edition piece also contains a player-worn patch relic which features the NFL logo.
If Allen continues to improve upon his breakout season, the 24-year-old’s rookie card will only continue to climb in value.
Of course, if this is the best we’ll ever see of Allen, the card’s value will decline.
The buyer, and Bills Mafia, surely do not want that to happen.