12
Jan
09

How Much is Eli Worth to You?


Fresh off the schadenfreude of the Giants’ loss yesterday comes this auction offering 136 autographed Eli Manning rookie cards for the low low price of $8 million. Seems reasonable to me!

Don’t worry, you’ll be getting your money’s worth, you see the cards “have not been exposed to light, excessive handling, or a smoking environment. All are currently in safe deposit boxes.” You can check out the gallery of each card here.

But wait, there’s MORE! “Should I get an irresistable offer on the collection, I will also give the buyer the following items for sale. 2004 NFL Draft Class Autographed Football Eli Manning, 2004 NFL Draft Class RC Autos Eli Manning Philip Rivers“.

Fortunately, the seller is not married to the $8 million price tag, saying “I will entertain offers on the collection, but also want Giants fans to see it.”

Because truly, all Giants fans want to marvel at the amazing collection of a bunch of crappy football cards. Because there is such a great tradition with football cards…

[eBay]


1 Response to “How Much is Eli Worth to You?”


  1. 1 the roomate
    January 12, 2009 at 2:44 pm

    I bet this is Eli’s mom, embarrassed and trying to ship all his collectibles in case he sucks forever. how else would they have everything autographed? They might’ve made some money if this auction was after last year’s super bowl win, but the market has shifted a tad.


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