LeBron James ‘Triple Logoman’ card sells for $2.4M

A one-of-a-kind LeBron James trading card has sold for big money at an auction, but fell well short of what some expected.

The auction ended Saturday with a winning bid of $2.4 million for the “Triple Logoman” card.

The winner of the card had not yet been revealed.

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Earlier this month, the collectibles marketplace Goldin, which ran the auction, suggested that the card could fetch the largest price ever for a card.

A one-of-a-kind LeBron James “Triple Logoman” trading card could net a record sum of nearly $7 million when it comes to auction. The card features game-worn patches from all three NBA teams for whom the superstar has played. (Goldin Auctions)

It didn’t come close to the all-time collectIble card champ.

It also didn’t beat out another James card which sold for $5.2 million last year.

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A Honus Wagner trading card went for $6.6 million last year.

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A 1909 baseball card shattered records to sell for $6.6 million (£4.8 million) on August 15, 2021). The T206 Honus Wagner is now the most valuable sports card of all time. (Credit: Robert Edward Auctions/Cover-Images.com / Reuters Photos)

This card was part of Panini’s 2020-21 “Flawless” collection which features the NBA logo patch from three of his jerseys, one each from his time with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers.

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The card is rare with Panini only creating five “Triple Logoman” cards.

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LeBron James (Associated Press/AP Images)

James’ was the lone one featuring three patches from a single player.

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James is No. 2 on the NBA’s career scoring list and on pace to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the top spot next season.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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