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As soon as Tom Brady announced his retirement, you knew memorabilia from his final game would attract big interest on the sports collectible market.

Brady announced his retirement Feb. 1 after a record-breaking, 22-year career. Brady, who won a record seven Super Bowls and holds many NFL passing records, played his last game on Jan. 23 against the eventual Super Bowl champion LA Rams.

The ball from Brady’s final touchdown pass, which came in the NFC divisional playoff game, is now up for bid in Lelands 2022 Winter Classic Auction, which runs through March 12.

Tampa Bay receiver Mike Evans caught Brady’s final TD pass and, not knowing it would be Brady’s final score, tossed the ball into the crowd at Raymond James Stadium. The ball was caught by a 55-year-old fan from Central Florida, who consigned the ball to Lelands to be auctioned.

The football Tom Brady threw for the final touchdown pass of his career.

The football Tom Brady threw for the final touchdown pass of his career.

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Last June, Lelands sold the ball from Brady’s first TD pass for $428,000.

Evans also caught Brady’s 600th career TD pass last season. The right glove he was wearing when he caught the pass is also up for bid in the auction.

The right glove Tampa Bay wide receiver Mike Evans was wearing when he caught Brady's 600th career touchdown pass.

The right glove Tampa Bay wide receiver Mike Evans was wearing when he caught Brady's 600th career touchdown pass.

Lelands, which has auctioned several record-setting Brady items in the last year, also has an example of Brady’s top-selling trading card — a 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket #144 auto rookie card. The card is graded a PSA NM-MT 8 with an autograph grade of 9.

2000 Playoff Contenders Tom Brady Championship Ticket rookie card up for bid at Lelands.

2000 Playoff Contenders Tom Brady Championship Ticket rookie card up for bid at Lelands

The auction also features another rare item connected to Brady and the Bucs — the undershirt receiver Antonio Brown threw into the stands during his infamous meltdown on Jan. 2 game against the Jets at MetLife Stadium. Brown was reportedly released in the middle of the game for refusing to go into the game, causing him to rip off his uniform and leave the field.

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Other intriguing items in the auction include:

• A 1933 Goudey #144 Babe Ruth signed card graded PSA 3 with an Auto 7.

• A 1934 Goudey #61 Lou Gehrig signed card graded PSA Good 2, Auto 7.

• A Super Bowl I Green Bay Packers ring awarded to assistant coach and former player Bob Schnelker.

A Super Bowl I Green Bay Packers ring awarded to assistant coach and former player Bob Schnelker.

A Super Bowl I Green Bay Packers ring awarded to assistant coach and former player Bob Schnelker.

• A rare, high-grade ticket stub from Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game.

• A 2009-10 Topps Chrome Refractor #101 Stephen Curry Rookie card graded BGS 9.5.

• A Tom Brady archive of tickets from 367 of the 381 games he played with the New England Patriots.

• A Bear Bryant personally owned and worn houndstooth hat.

A Bear Bryant personally owned and worn houndstooth hat.

A Bear Bryant personally owned and worn houndstooth hat.

• A 1/1 Logoman of Kevin Durant and Giannis Antetokounmpo.

• The first 1997 Precious Metal Gems Green of Karl Malone.

• Michael Jordan’s game-worn sneakers from 1983 Team USA Pan Am Games training camp.

• A Ken Griffey Jr. Pop 1 highest-graded MLB debut ticket.

• One of the two highest-graded Ty Cobb last-game ticket stubs.

• A Justin Herbert National Treasures Stars & Stripes Rookie Patch Auto card.

• A Patrick Mahomes-signed baseball from when he played in middle school in 2010.

• Game-worn jerseys from hockey greats, including Alex Delvecchio, Tony Esposito and Eddie Giacomin.

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