A Magic: The Gathering’s Black Lotus Card Sold For A Record-Breaking $166000

Magic: The Gathering’s most sought after card – Black Lotus, was recently sold on eBay for a staggering $166,100.

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The card has doubled in value since July last year, where a Beckett grade 9.5 Black Lotus was auction off for only $87,672. The Black Lotus card is without a doubt the most iconic card in Magic, both for its incredible power in-game and the insanely high price it can fetch. There’s only 1,100 copies of Black Lotus were printed in the original Alpha set, and collectors have been buying Black Lotus cards that are graded 9 and above for investment.

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