Someone has discovered a Magic: The Gathering Lord of the Rings card, now with a $2 million bounty.
according to reports gamerthe unique One Ring card avoided being grabbed by sticky-finger kids and instead was spotted by someone who recognized its value and immediately submitted the card for certification, a leading card grading company. I was. PSA.
Trading card buying and collecting company Dave & Adams Card World has increased the original $1 million bounty on the card and is now willing to pay out $2 million, but the card just came out. No transaction has taken place yet. PSA said the cardholder requested anonymity.
One Ring has a Mint 9 rating from PSA, the second highest rating available. It seems disappointing that this card didn’t get a Mint 10 rating, but achieving this status is incredibly difficult and depends on factors beyond the owner’s control, such as text placement and printing standards. increase.
Most importantly to the card game community and the soon-to-be billionaire who owns it, The One Ring was found in good condition, graded to ensure its quality, and now stored in a safe plastic case. is being done.
If the sale goes through for $2 million, it would be arguably the most valuable Magic: The Gathering (and any trading card game) card of all time. The current record is held by Black Lotus in beta, which sold for $540,000 in March.
The Lord of the Rings: Middle-earth set was announced by Wizards of the Coast in August 2021 and finally released on June 23rd. IGN revealed the first few cards of the set back in March, along with a special One Ring announcement. card.
Ryan Dinsdale is a freelance reporter for IGN. He will talk about witchers all day long.