Top 5 Most Expensive Baseball Cards

Baseball trading cards have been passed around for more than a century now. Some of these cards are extremely rare and worth millions of dollars. This list counts down the Top 5 Most Expensive Baseball Cards.

#5 Ty Cobb 1909-1911 T206 ($1,100,000)

1909-11 T206 Ty Cobb baseball card Ty Cobb back

Coming in at #5 is Ty Cobb’s 1909-1911 T206 card. Cobb played from 1905-1928 and spent all but two seasons with Detroit.

#4 Babe Ruth 1916 M101-4 ($1,350,000)

1916 (M101-4) Sporting News #151 Babe Ruth rookie card

At the #4 spot we have Babe Ruth’s 1916 Rookie M101-4 card. This card is valued at roughly $1.35 million. To this day, Ruth is one of the most known baseball players of all time.

#3 Babe Ruth 1916 M101-5 ($1,350,000)

1916 M101-5 Sporting News Babe Ruth rookie card

This card is ranked above #4 due to the fact that M101-5 cards are more difficult to find than M101-4 cards.

#2 Micky Mantle 1952 #311 ($2,500,000)

1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle Baseball Card

The #2 spot belongs to Micky Mantle’s 1952 Topps card. Mantle spent his whole career with New York and retired as one of the best Yankees of all time.

#1 Honus Wagner T206 1909-1911 ($4,000,000)

T206 Honus Wagner Baseball Card

This Honus Wagner card is the most valuable baseball card out there as its valued at a whopping $4 million.

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