The Top 30 Most Valuable Football Cards Of All Time

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The card-collecting hobby has been on fire recently, with a strong appreciation for any older, vintage sports cards

Vintage football card values have increased but have yet to keep up with the most valuable baseball or basketball cards

But, the value gap is starting to narrow, with collectors looking for value and buying expensive vintage football rookie cards

We’ve analyzed PSA data, searching for the most expensive football cards ever sold to find the top football cards worth money. As follows we provide the top 30 most valuable football cards in the hobby.

This list is a good starting point for any collector looking to add vintage football cards to their collection. 

We try to update these lists every year, but if you see something that should be on the list, let me know via email at

**With prices fluctuating so quickly, the numbers here might not always be precise, so if interested, I encourage collectors to check PSA for some of the latest sales figures. I’ll keep this updated relatively frequently.

1894 N302 Mayo’s Cut Plug- John Dunlop (Anonymous)

Estimated Value (PSA 3, VG)- $22,750

This one is sometimes referred to as the ‘holy grail’ of football cards and is a part of the first football cards in history-the N302 Mayo’s Cut Plug set.

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I’d say it is one of the coolest football cards in history of the hobby and it is also the rarest football card of all time

The cards featured ivy league football stars of the day and are the first 19th-century trading cards dedicated solely to football players. 


Issued in plugs of tobacco, the Mayo cards are hard to find in good condition mostly because of the black borders which are prone to chipping. 

The John Dunlop card is the rarest in the set and was issued without any identification of the player, whereas all other cards feature the player’s name on the front of the card. 

At first, the card was referred to as ‘Anonymous’ but later identified as John Dunlop of Harvard. Dunlop was a reserve player so the value is solely based on the scarcity of the card itself.


A Mayo’s Cut Plug Tin

Other cards from the set are still pricey, with cards ranging from $300 to $1000 in Good condition.  

Based on my research there are likely only around 10 of the Dunlop cards in existence, making this scarcer than a T206 Honus Wagner.

The reason behind the scarcity of the card is unknown, but likely that Mayo pulled the card after realizing that they failed to print Dunlop’s name on the front of the card. 

1935 National Chicle – Bronko Nagurski (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $750,000

The Nagurski rookie card is THE most valuable football card in the hobby


Did you know Bronko left football to become a full time wrestler?  Bronko = Gronko? 

The card isn’t exactly rare (PSA has graded 200 copies), but it is in high demand.

Good condition Nagurski cards will likely set you back close to $20,000. Mint condition Nagurski rookies are worth nearly $750,000.

Nagurski was a big man, and at 6’3″ and 235 pounds, he used to demolish opposing players when he played fullback while attacking with a vengeance on defense.

If you’re unfamiliar with Nagurski, here is a short clip of some great footage from his playing days.

The appeal to Nagurski was not only his size and his prowess in football but also the fact that he was a dual-sport athlete.

Nagurski even left football in 1937 to become a full-time professional wrestler (is there where Gronk got his recent ideas?)

It’s no surprise of the significant demand for Nagurski’s Chicle rookie card.

We also recently added the Nagurski rookie card to our All Vintage Cards Large Cap Value portfolio

1935 National Chicle – Knute Rockne

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $16,500

Knute Rockne’s 1935 Chicle card was a tribute card, since only four years prior he died in a plane crash. Rockne’s card is the second most valuable card in the set (behind Nagurski) and in mint condition is worth $16,500.   


Good to Very Good copies however can often be found for under $1000 The card isn’t scarce (PSA has graded over 300) but given Rockne’s popularity, it’s a reasonable price for a card of one of the all-time greats

Win One For The Gipper

Knute Rockne is one of the most well known and regarded football coaches of all time. In 13 years as head coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, Rockne led his team to 3 championships, with five undefeated seasons

Rockne even helped popularize the forward pass in football. 

His speeches were legendary. I’m sure readers are familiar with Rockne’s ‘Win One For The Gipper’ speech which helped propel Notre Dame to an upset win over Navy

The video below shows why Rockne still holds such a legendary status to this day.

1948 Leaf – Bobby Layne (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint) : $45,000

Layne’s Leaf rookie card shows the ‘Blonde Bomber’ as a member of the Texas Longhorns. Leaf produced two versions of Layne’s rookie card, one with him wearing yellow pants and another with red pants

The 1948 Leaf Football set remains one of the classic football card sets of the post-war era. 


The card is the most valuable in the Leaf set with a Mint copy estimated to be worth $45,000.  Cheaper copies in lower-grade condition can be found of course; note that PSA has graded around 300 copies of the card.  

Party On Layne

Bobby Layne was a hard partier but was one of the best quarterbacks to play the game during the 1950s. Layne led the Detroit Lions to three titles and was a six-time pro bowler. 

Layne was a great leader on and off the field, even if it might have not exactly been the norm as compared to the NFL of today:

“When Bobby said block, you blocked,” said another former teammate and Hall of Famer, Yale Lary. “When Bobby said drink, you drank.” (link)

Here’s a video of Layne as a Marlboro spokesman—yes this was a different day and age.

1948 Leaf – Chuck Bednarik (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $30,000

Bednarik’s 1948 Leaf rookie card is the second most valuable issue in the star studded set (behind Layne) with a Mint copy estimated to be worth $30,000.

Note, that Leaf also issued a popular baseball card issue in the same year.   

PSA has graded around 160 of the cards and to note there are three different variations–copies with a yellow, white, and orange background.  A good condition example of the card can often be found for under $1000.  

A Hit On Gifford Heard Round The World

Outside of vintage football circles, Bednarik isn’t exactly a household name, but ‘Concrete Charlie’ was one of the fiercest defenders to ever play the game. 


Bednarik was a 10-time first-team All-Pro, a 2x NFL Champion, and a Pro Football Hall of Famer.  He was one of the last two-way full-timers in the NFL, playing both Center and Middle Linebacker. He only missed three games over the course of a 14-year career

Bednarik is well known for a hit on Frank Gifford which put Gifford out of football for over 18 months.  

1948 Leaf – Sammy Baugh (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $17,500

Sammy Baugh’s 1948 Leaf rookie card is a prized card for all vintage football collectors.  


A Mint condition Baugh will set you back big bucks, but one in Good condition can be found for around $500.

It’s a good investment, considering that PSA has only graded around 250 of the cards. 

Slingin Sammy

‘Slingin’ Sammy Baugh is well regarded as one of the best quarterbacks of all time.  Baugh played his entire professional career with the Washington Redskins. 

He won two championships, six All-Pro nominations, and led the league in completion percentage in eight years

In 1943 he accomplished the unthinkable, leading the league in passing, punting, and interceptions (as a defensive back).  

As Bill Belichick notes in the video below, Baugh was the equal of Tom Brady, Ed Reed, and Brian Moorman all wrapped into one.

1948 Leaf – Doak Walker (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $15,000

Another valuable rookie card from the 1948 Leaf Football Set, which is chock full of some great rookies and some harder to find valuable cards. 


There are eight cards from the 1948 Leaf Set on this list, making it one of most prized (and expensive) vintage football sets in the hobby.

Walker’s ’48 Leaf Rookie card isn’t scarce, as over 200 PSA copies exist, although a Mint copy is tough to come by and valued at $15,000

Good to VG copies however can be found quite easily for less than $100;  quite a deal for this Hall of Famer.

Doak Walker had the shortest career (six seasons) of any player in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, yet his six years as a player were quite remarkable.   

Walker’s versatility was one of the reasons for his popularity, with stat lines in rushing, passing, receiving, kickoff returns, punting, and even interceptions.  In six years, Walker was named All-NFL five times and was selected to five Pro Bowls. 

1948 Leaf – Bob Waterfield (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $15,000

Waterfield’s 1948 Leaf rookie card has two variations: white lettering (much scarcer) and black lettering. The card features Waterfield in his standard quarterback pose.   


PSA has graded around 300 copies of his rookie card (although only 11 of the ones with white lettering). 

A Mint copy will cost near $15K, but lower-grade versions in good to very good condition can be found for under $100

Known as one of the best passers, punters, and place-kickers in the NFL, Waterfield was an all-around great.

He won the MVP award and NFL Championship game in his rookie campaign in 1945. 

Waterfield took the Rams to three straight title games from 1949 to 1951, winning the Championship in 1951. He led the NFL in passing in 1946 and 1951, a two time Touchdown leader and Pro Football Hall of Famer. 

1948 Leaf – Leo Nomellini (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $15,000

Nomellini’s 1948 Leaf rookie card has two variations–one with Nomellini in a red jersey and another in a maroon jersey


The cards feature ‘The Lion’ in a rather intimidating pose.

PSA has graded only around 100 copies of his rookie card, making this one of the scarcer cards in the set. 

Mint condition copies run near $15K, but lower-grade versions in good to very good condition can be found for under $500

The Lion

Leo Nomellini was a Hall of Fame football player who spent his entire 14-year career with the San Francisco 49ers.

Nomellini played both offensive and defensive tackle, finishing his career as a 10-time Pro Bowler

Like other players of the day, Nomellini also wrestled in the off-season under the moniker Leo ‘The Lion’ Monellini.  He was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2008.  

1948 Leaf – Charlie Conerly (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $12,500

Conerly’s 1948 Leaf rookie card is a hot card among vintage football card collectors, especially Giants fans. It’s also one of the harder-to-find cards, with only 110 having graded by PSA.  If you don’t want to splurge for a high-grade copy, a good condition Conerly rookie can be found for around $150 to $200.


The Marlboro Man

Charlie Conerly was an excellent football player (although not quite good enough for the Hall of Fame). He played quarterback for the New York Giants from 1948 to 1961. 

Conerly won rookie of the year in 1948 and MVP in 1959 while also winning the NFL Championship with the Giants in 1956.   

Conerly found more popularity in later life, taking on the ‘Marlboro Man’ persona in various cigarette advertisements (one is shown below)

1948 Leaf – Steve Van Buren (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $11,500

Steve ‘Big Boy’ Van Buren’s 1948 Leaf rookie card has five, yes FIVE different variations.  They are: Blue Jersey/Green Socks, Green Jersey/Blue Socks, Green Jersey/Green Socks, Green Jersey/Yellow Socks (most common), Yellow Jersey/Yellow Socks.   


PSA has graded over 200 copies, making this one a little bit easier to find.  If you don’t want to spend the near $12K for a Mint copy, shoot for a good version condition of the card can be found for $50 or less

If you can ‘imagine John Riggins in a leather helmet..playing in the 1940’s’ as detailed in the below video produced by NFL Films, then that’s what Van Buren is best recognized as

NFL Films named Van Buren the #58 best player of all time in the NFL.

1950 Bowman – Y.A. Tittle (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $17,500

Y.A. Tittle’s rookie card is one of the key cards in the 1950 Bowman set and one of my favorites, although the card is hard to find in mint condition.  


Y.A Tittle 1950 Bowman Rookie Card

The card isn’t exactly scarce, as PSA has graded over 500 copies, although only 3 have received a PSA 9 (Mint) grade.  Excellent condition copies of Tittle’s rookie card can often be found for $300.  

One Of The Best QB’s Of All Time

Y.A. Tittle had a tremendous career lasting 17 years, reaching 33,070 passing yards and 242 touchdowns.  

Tittle never won an NFL Championship, but he was the first of only seven quarterbacks in NFL history to have achieved consecutive 30-touchdown passing seasons.

Title was named to the Pro Bowl 7 times and retired as the NFL’s all-time leader in passing yards, passing touchdowns, attempts, completions, and games played. Title was named to the NFL Hall Of Fame in 1971. 

Here’s Tittle in 1962 shredding the Redskins for 7 touchdowns and over 500 yards passing. 

1950 Bowman – Otto Graham (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $13,500

Graham’s 1950 Bowman rookie card is a striking piece of artwork with Graham looking ready to do what he did best.  


The Otto Graham rookie is one of the hobby’s most desired cards. 

The card isn’t scarce (PSA has graded over 600 copies) although Mint condition copies are tough to find (only nine PSA 9 copies exist).  

If you want to buy a Graham rookie, hunt for an lower to mid grade copy which sells for around $500 or less.  

Quite a deal for one of the all time greats. 

‘Automatic’ Otto was a legend behind center, and one of the most successful quarterbacks to ever play the game.

In 10 years as quarterback of the Cleveland Browns, he led his team to the Championship in every single year. 

He won each of the AFC’s four championships between 1946 and 1949 and then another three times once the Browns moved to the National Football League.  

NFL Films ranked Graham as the #5 quarterback of all time as shown in the following video.  

1952 Bowman Large – Jim Lansford (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $23,000

Jim Lansford wasn’t a great football player, but its the scarcity of his 1952 Bowman Large card that makes it so valuable. 


It’s the last card in the beautiful 1952 Bowman Large set and one of the most notable short prints in the hobby.   

PSA has only graded 130 Lansford cards, where on average, star players have numbers closer to the 200 range. 

Plus, it’s the last card in the set, meaning tough conditions are likely given the position on the sheet and the tendency for hold cards together with rubber bands. 

Only 2 PSA 9 (Mint) Lansford cards have been graded by PSA, although lower grade copies can be found for under $100.

1957 Topps- Bart Starr (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $125,000

The 1957 Topps football card set is considered one of the most landmark sets among vintage football cards.  


And one of the keys to the set is Starr’s ’57 Topps rookie card which is the most valuable in the set. A Mint condition copy will set you back low six figures, although a lower grade condition Starr can be found for close to $500. 

Unbelievable to think that Bart Starr was a 17th round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers in 1956.  

Starr went on to become one of the best quarterbacks of all time, leading the Packers to 5 NFL and 2 Super Bowl rings.  

Starr didn’t throw a lot, never reaching more than 300 attempts per season, but he was the glue that led to the Packers’ success and the reason behind his Pro Football Hall of Fame election in 1977. 

1957 Topps- Johnny Unitas (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $110,000

Although Bart Starr’s rookie card is the most valuable in the 1957 Topps set, the 1957 Topps Johnny Unitas rookie card isn’t too far behind.  


Mint copies are valued at $110,000, although good copies can be found for between $200 to $300.  

Let’s be straight, this card is by no means scarce–PSA has graded over 2800 Unitas rookie cards, but given the high demand, this is still a highly collectible card.

NFL Films calls Unitas the #6 greatest player of all time and for good reason.  Unitas was a one-of-a-kind quarterback, the first to throw for over 40,000 yards, leading the Colts to two NFL Championships and one Super Bowl victory.  

One of the most notable things about Unitas was his drive and hunger to succeed.  In high school, Unitas weighed only 140 pounds and seemed like he might never reach the big time.   

Unitas was drafted, but in the ninth round by the Steelers in 1955, and then soon released before the season started.  The Colts took a shot on Unitas and it paid off handsomely.  

“I came into the league without any fuss. I’d just as soon leave it that way. There’s no difference I can see in retiring from pro football, or quitting a job at the Pennsy Railroad. I did something I wanted to do and went as far as I could go.”  

Johnny Unitas


1957 Topps- Paul Hornung (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $20,000

The ‘Golden Boy’ played ten years for the Green Bay Packers with Hall of Fame coach Vince Lombardi calling him “the most versatile man who ever played the game.”

Hornung was a halfback along with placekicker for several years, tacking up four NFL Championships along with being named to the NFL’s’ 1960 All-Decade team.  

In a set filled with big-time stars, Hornung’s  1957 Topps rookie card isn’t the most valuable but still one of the most desired cards in the set.  While a Mint copy goes for $20,000, a lower grade Hornung can be found for a little over $100.  

Once again, not exactly a scarce card (PSA has graded over 1200 Hornung rookies) but typically a must-have for vintage football card collectors.


1957 Topps- Dick Lane (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $12,500

Some might not be familiar with Dick “Night Train” Lane, who in his thirteen-year playing career was known as one of the most feared tacklers in the game.  The NFL even instituted new rules, mostly because of the play of Lane to keep offensive players safe. 


Lane set a record as a rookie in 1952 with 14 interceptions, a mark that still hasn’t been surpassed to this day.  NFL Films named Lane the 30th best player in the history of the game–see video below.

A Mint 1957 Topps Dick Lane rookie card is valuedat $12,500; note that PSA has only graded 3 Lane Rookie cards as a PSA 9 (although over 900 in total).  

Lane’s rookie in Excellent condition can be found for around $50, a true bargain in my opinion.

1958 Topps – Jim Brown (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $275,000

Jim Brown’s rookie card is the most valuable card in the 1958 Topps football card set and one of the most highly desired among all football card collectors. 


A Mint version is quite tough to find, as only 5 have been graded Mint by PSA due to numerous print defects found in the set. 

A good condition Jim Brown rookie can usually be found for around $300, with Excellent condition copies creeping up to around $1000 or more. 

Jim Brown was one of the best running backs to ever play the game of football. His track record is nothing short of remarkable; 9 Pro Bowls (each year in the league), three MVP awards, 8x rushing yards leader and 5x rushing TD leader.  Brown pretty much shattered every running record when he retired.  

If you need any reminder of Brown’s greatness, just check out this NFL Films video, which named him the #2 NFL player of all time. 

1960 Topps – Johnny Unitas

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $12,500

The #1 card in the 1960 Topps set is subject to condition issues, likely due to the fact that kids have the set held together with rubber bands.  PSA has only graded 1 PSA 9 (without qualifiers)-note that Jim Brown’s card from the same set in Mint condition is only valued at $2000.  

The card features Unitas in a rather ‘serial-killer-esque’ camera stare yet the card is a really popular one with collectors.  If you want a lower graded copy, they are readily available, and Excellent copies can usually found for under $100


1962 Topps – Mike Ditka (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $35,000

Some only know Ditka as the long-time coach of the Chicago Bears, but many don’t realize that Ditka was a star tight end and was actually the first tight end elected to the Hall of Fame (in 1988). 


His ’62 Topps rookie card features a young Ditka as a member of the Bears.  Ditka would go on to have a fantastic career, amassing 427 receptions, 5,812 yards, and 43 touchdowns as a pro.  

The 1962 set is prone to condition issues because of the black borders and the Ditka is no exception; only 4 PSA 9’s (without qualifier) exist and the issue is on the higher end of scarcity with a total of 730 Ditka rookies graded by PSA.  If you are looking for something in the Good to VG range you can normally find one for under $300.

1962 Topps – Fran Tarkenton (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $11,500

Tarkenton was one of the first true scramblers as he had the quickness and dexterity to easily evade defenders, even earning the moniker, the ‘Mad Scrambler”.  Tarkenton leads the Vikings in all-time passing yards at 33,098 along with the franchise record for touchdown passes, having thrown 239 touchdowns.

Tarkenton’s rookie card is also subject to the condition issues of the ’62 Topps set; only 6 have earned a PSA 9 grade, although over 1000 have been graded by PSA.  VG copies can usually be found for $100 or less.  


1965 Topps – Joe Namath (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $250,000

‘Broadway’ Joe Namath is one of the most popular football players in the history of the game. Namath was a great quarterback and a personable individual, which was a perfect mix for the bright lights of New York. 


Joe Namath’s 1965 Topps rookie card is one of the most familiar football cards to all collectors. The ‘tallboy’ format makes this card tough to find in good condition.   

Only 5 have been awarded a PSA 9 rating, hence the reason for the quarter of a million-dollar valuation. Even lower grade copies to this day remain in very high demand; a good condition Namath rookie still sells for over $1000.  

1966 Philadelphia – Dick Butkus (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $15,000

The 1966 Philadelphia Gum set is one of the most popular in the hobby, due to the slick and clean design, along with the rookie cards of both Dick Butkus and Gale Sayers. 


PSA has a great writeup of the set which discusses how Philadelphia Gum won the rights to produce NFL football cards (away from Topps) from 1964 to 1967.  Note Topps was only allowed to produce AFL player cards during these years. 

The relative scarcity versus the Gale Sayers rookie card from the same set, gives the Butkus the advantage from a value standpoint. 

PSA has graded nearly 2000 Sayers rookie cards, whereas less than 1000 Butkus rookies have been graded.  

A Butkus rookie in good to excellent condition can typically be found for around $300.

The 1966 Philadelphia Dick Butkus rookie card is a part of the All Vintage Cards Small Cap Value Football Portfolio

1971 Topps – Terry Bradshaw (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $16,000

Most young people know of Terry Bradshaw for his off-the-field NFL broadcasting work, but on the field, Bradshaw was one of the all-time great quarterbacks. 


In fourteen years with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bradshaw led his team to 4 Super Bowl Championships, while winning 2 Super Bowl MVPs.  Bradshaw was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility in 1989.  

The 1971 Topps set is one of my favorites–I just love the colors and the lettering design on the cards.  The red borders make for easy chipping, thus mint condition cards are much harder to come by.   

PSA has only graded 20 PSA 9 copies, with 3 PSA 10 (Gem Mint) all the while grading a grand total of over 3000 Bradshaw rookie cards

Thus if you want a Bradshaw rookie in a lower grade it will be easy to find and relatively inexpensive. 

I found a few on eBay in Good to Excellent condition for between $100 to $200.

1972 Topps – Roger Staubach (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $20,000

Roger Staubach’s 1972 Topps rookie card is one of the key football rookie cards of the early 1970s.  


PSA has graded nearly 4000 Staubach cards, thus not rare.  Opt for one in a higher grade condition if you are looking for good long-term investment potential.  

Staubach played 11 seasons for the Dallas Cowboys, winning two Super Bowls, finishing his career as the second-highest-rated passer of all time. 

While I think Staubach might not have the same name recognition as Bradshaw, he was just as effective at Quarterback. 

While he won two fewer Super Bowls, he was regarded as one of the most revered players of his time. 

As the below NFL Films piece notes, Staubach was an aggressive player and often got hurt due to his reckless play.  But ‘Captain Comeback’ led an amazing 15 fourth-quarter comeback victories. 

1976 Topps – Walter Payton (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $25,000

Maybe the best running back to ever play the game of football, ‘Sweetness’ was one of the smoothest and most versatile backs the NFL has ever seen. 


His 1976 Topps card is not rare by any means (PSA has graded over 7600 copies) but the significant demand for higher-grade versions makes this one of the most sought-after cards in the hobby. 

PSA has graded over 628 Payton’s in Mint condition (PSA 9) and even still the card is worth over $20K.  You can often find an Excellent condition Payton rookie card for less than $600.  

2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket Autograph – Tom Brady (RC)

Estimated Value (PSA 9 – Mint): $3 Million

Arguably, the best quarterback to ever play the game of football, Tom Brady’s rookie cards have been on fire of late.  


And one, in particular, continues to break all time rookie card records. The 2000 Playoff Contenders Tom Brady rookie card is highly in demand with football card collectors, however this variation – the Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket Auto is a lot harder to find.

A recent auction saw a PSA 9 copy sell for over $3 Million!

That concludes our discussion of the most expensive football cards of all time.  If you have any questions or comments on this list, feel free to comment below or shoot me an email at

Thanks for reading!

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