They're Going for How Much? Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Cards

They’re Going for How Much? Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Cards

Big Sales

Cards can sometimes slip under the radar and sell for surprising amounts. Need an example? Check out the sketch cards in 2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3. Mixing rarity and quality, the cards are proving to be very popular.

Sketch cards in the product are inserted approximately one in every other case. That works out to 1:24 boxes.

The 23 artists who contributed to the set are among the best working with the format. They include Mick and Matt Glebe, Sean Pence, Charles Hall and Tim Shay.

Like the Season 2 sketch cards, artists were given some restrictions. They couldn't use the likenesses of human characters. As a result, there are lots of scenic shots, animals, creatures and symbols. You can find dragons and dragon eggs but no Mother of Dragons.

Here's a look at the top early 2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card sales based on completed eBay auctions.

Sean Pence - $849.99

2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card Sean Pence

Tim Shay - $799.99

2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card Tim Shay

Mick and Matt Glebe - $775

2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card Mick and Matt Glebe

? - $579.99

2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card XX

Charles Hall - $450

2014 Rittenhouse Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card Charles Hall

All others so far have sold for $188 and up.

Click on the tab above to check out a real-time hot list of the most-watched sketch cards currently listed on eBay.

Top eBay Listings

Game of Thrones Season 3 2014 Sketch Sketchafex Card Adam Cleveland 1 1
$523.52

CHARLES HALL SKETCH CARD Game of Thrones Season 3 2014 Rittenhouse
$549.00

Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card by Charles Hall
$699.95

Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card by Ian Roberts
$699.95

Game of Thrones Season 3 Sketch Card by Mike Thomas
$699.95

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