2010 Bowman Stephen Strasburg Red Auto Sells For $19,975

2010 Bowman Stephen Strasburg Red Auto Sells For $19,975

Last night, the second chapter of 2010 Bowman Stephen Strasburg Red Auto came to a close. Last month, the rare 1/1 Strasburg Red Auto nearly hit the $1,000,000 mark on eBay, which later turned out to be fraudulent bids from people with no intent on purchasing the card.  The seller then decided to take his card to Huggins & Scott Auction House, where last night it sold for $19,975 after factoring in the 17.5% Buyer's Premium

The bidding opened several weeks back with a starting bid of $9,000 and ended up receiving a total of 10 bids. The bidding shot from $12,000 to $17,000 during the cards final day on the auction block, prompting an auction extension of 2 1/2 hours.

Ultimately, the card came up short of expectations. Many collectors felt that the card was superior to the 2010 Bowman Stephen Strasburg 1/1 Superfractor that sold for $16,403 and $21,403 during it's two stints on eBay.

Various factors could have come into play, it certainly couldn't have helped that on Tuesday, the day before the auction ended, Strasburg was scratched from a start with "shoulder stiffness". That "red flag" could have raised "red flags" for collectors planning on bidding on the red auto.

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2010 Bowman Chrome Rookie Autographs #205 Stephen Strasburg Auto Card 3b5
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2010 Bowman Chrome 205 Stephen Strasburg 150 Washington Nationals Auto Card 0d4
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STEPHEN STRASBURG 2010 BOWMAN PROSPECTS RC AUTOGRAPH SP AUTO BGS 9.5 GEM MINT 10
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2010 Bowman Sterling #1 Stephen Strasburg Nationals RC Rookie AUTO BGS 9.5 w 10
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Brett is a former contributor to The Cardboard Connection.

User Comments

  1. The card sold for $19,975. You forgot to add the 17.5% buyer’s premium.

  2. @Mark McCleary: thanks Mark, got it corrected. -Brett

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