There are likely no more valuable and impressive sports cards in existence than the PSA Gem Mint 10 version of the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card.
The ultra-rare card, owned by private collector Marshall Fogel of Denver, will be on display at the MLB All-Star game in Colorado as part of a new Hall of Legends exhibit at the Rally Hotel at McGregor Square across from Coors Field.
The exhibit, which will be on display from July 10-18, will also feature such valuable sports memorabilia as: the jersey worn by Joe DiMaggio when he hit his last home run in the final game of his career in the 1951 World Series; a Hank Aaron bat and glove; and a program from Jackie Robinson’s major league debut in 1947.
The exhibit features more than 30 pieces of baseball memorabilia, including Colorado star Larry Walker’s game-worn jersey from the 1998 All-Star Game in Denver.
The Hall of Legends collection is owned by Fogel. The Mantle card will only be on display to the public through July 12 before being returned to its bank vault.
The exhibit is sponsored by History Colorado and the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Foundation. Proceeds benefit the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club Foundation to support underprivileged and at-risk youth.
Tickets to the exhibit are available online at Rockies.com/HallofLegends. Youth attending the exhibit will receive free baseball cards at the conclusion of their visit, while supplies last.