If you were given $96,000 to buy anything in the world during this pandemic you'd buy a mint condition Michael Jordan rookie card, right?

Well, one unknown buyer in Thursday night's Heritage Auction just made that purchase.

Heritage sold an additional copy of the card (a 1986-87 Fleer graded PSA 10) at a record-breaking $51,600 just 19 days ago. The latest winning bid has now shattered that record, making it an 86 percent increase over the previous high.

Since ESPN released the Jordan 10-part documentary "The Last Dance" in April, sports card dealers noticed prices for Jordan cards have skyrocketed in value.

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This particular card was issued two years after Jordan's NBA debut season and features him in his iconic Air Jordan pose (going in for a slam) and wearing a red Bulls uniform. It's regarded as his rookie card because it was produced on a larger scale. It is Jordan's most famous card to date and it's one of the hottest cards to own out of all sports in the card-collecting hobby.

According to SportsCollectorsDaily.com, the going rate for a PSA 10 grade of this card was less than half of $51,600 just a year ago.

Tell your mom not to throw this card away if you actually own it! Copies of this card — even if they're not a perfectly graded 10 — are still worth thousands of dollars. A 9.5 graded card by Beckett is currently up for $39,999 on eBay. A PSA 8 graded card is going for $6,950.

 

Maybe the record-breaking buyer really idolizes the GOAT. What would you buy for $96K during this pandemic?

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