Mickey Mantle NFT Baseball Card Goes for $471kHall of famer Mickey Mantle's 1952 NFT goes for $175 ETH. While a high for an NFT it is well below the $5.2 million paid for the physical card

Physical player cards still demand higher prices, with Mickey Mantle's rookie card and LeBron James' Rookie Premiere edition topping four figure sales at $5.2m apiece.

The Topps 1952 Mickey Mantle card is considered one of the world’s most sought-after vintage cards before becoming available as an NFT.

Topps decided to celebrate their 70th anniversary, which is apparent since the launch of Topps Series 1 NFT Collection which features new and classic Topps card 

Mickey Mantle was an American professional baseball player who played for the New York Yankees. He won three MVP awards and has the record for most home runs in World Series 

Historical video footage and memorabilia from Mantle’s career are included in this digital item. In addition, the auction winner will get a 30-minute interview with Mantle’s sons

Here we have the baseball card of Mickey Mantle. The price is quite insane, but it's good that an NFT like this was available for purchase. If NFTs are going to be this successful in the future, 

American actor and entrepreneur, Rob Gough, bought the 1952 Topps Baseball Card featuring New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle. it's not hard to see why such a card would be worth so much money.