Rare T206 Plank and ‘Magie’ Error Cards Lead PWCC December Premier Auction

In the world of sports memorabilia, rare baseball cards are a hot commodity, and the PWCC December Premier Auction does not disappoint. Two of the most sought-after cards from the T206 set, known as the Big Four, are up for auction, capturing the attention of collectors around the globe.

One standout item in this auction is an SGC 1 graded T206 Eddie Plank card. Only 39 cards have received a grade from SGC, with an additional 21 graded by PSA. Despite its age and wear, including paper loss, creasing, and damage to corners and edges, the value and rarity of the Plank card are undisputed. Its presence at the auction is significant, as it marks the fourth time this year that a Plank card has been available for purchase. In previous sales, an SGC 1 Plank card sold for $75,000 in February, and a PSA 2.5 variant fetched $168,000 in August.

Joining the Plank card is the PSA 2 graded Sherry “Magie” error card, another prestigious item from the T206 set. This card features a misspelling of Sherry Magee’s last name and is considered one of the most renowned rarities in the collection, along with the T206 Honus Wagner and “NY Nat’l” Joe Doyle cards.

While the Plank and Magie cards steal the spotlight, the auction also showcases an impressive collection of Michael Jordan cards, a testament to the enduring legacy and popularity of the basketball legend. Some of the highlights from the Jordan collection include the 1997 Metal Universe Championship Precious Metals (#/50) graded BGS 9, the 1998 Skybox Premium Star Rookies (#/50) graded PSA 8, the 1997 Skybox E-X 2001 Essential Credentials Future (#/72) graded PSA 9, and the 1984-85 Star Company XRC in both PSA 8 and BGS 9 grades.

In addition to the basketball treasures, the auction caters to hockey enthusiasts with modern gems like the 2015-16 Upper Deck The Cup Gold Foil Connor McDavid RPA (#/12) and the 2005 Upper Deck The Cup Sidney Crosby RPA (#/99), both graded BGS 8.

The PWCC December Premier Auction has already begun and will continue accepting bids until December 21st. This presents collectors with a rare opportunity to own a piece of sports history, whether it be a T206 Plank or Magie card, a Michael Jordan gem, or a hockey treasure. Don’t miss out on this chance to add a coveted item to your collection.