$45,000Initial Offering Marketing Cap
$12Initial Offering Share Price
11/2020Initial Offering Date
After being chosen as the 199th overall pick in the 2000 NFL Draft, Tom Brady arrived in New England as Drew Bledsoe’s back-up. But after a 2001 hit sidelined Bledsoe, Brady took the reins and led the Pats to a Super Bowl, the first of six he would win in New England. Rally’s #00BRADY is a 2000 Playoff Contenders #144 Tom Brady Autographed Rookie Card graded BGS 9. As Brady’s only recognized autographed rookie card, just 15 examples have been graded higher than #00BRADY by BGS.
“I didn’t know how long I’d be playing for the New England Patriots, or whether I’d even get the opportunity to play for them. (I was the fourth quarterback on the depth chart my first year.) I had no idea I would spend the next 20 years in New England, or start a family there.”— Tom Brady // The Players Tribune
Thomas Edward Patrick Brady is born in San Mateo, California.
Brady is drafted by the Montreal Expos of the MLB for his talents as a baseball player. He was picked in the 18th round right out of high school as a left-hand hitting catcher with impressive arm strength according to scouts.
The Michigan Wolverines win the Orange Bowl against the Alabama Crimson Tide in overtime. Brady led the way with 369 yards on 34-46 passing.
The New England Patriots select Tom Brady 199th overall in the 6th round of the NFL Draft. #00BRADY, a BGS MINT 9 example of Tom Brady’s the only recognized Brady autographed rookie card, is printed as part of the 2000 Playoff Contenders set.
Patriots QB Drew Bledsoe drops back to pass in the fourth quarter of a game against the New York Jets and is hit by Mo Lewis. Bledsoe would return for a series to throw an additional pass, but would ultimately exit the game injured. Tom Brady takes over as Patriots quarterback.
The Patriots win the Super Bowl during Brady’s first year as starting quarterback, kicking off a dynasty that would dominate the league for the following two decades.
Brady leads the Pats to their second Super Bowl Victory in 3 years, throwing for 354 yards and 3 touchdowns in a 32-19 win over the Panthers.
Returning for more, the Patriots take home their third Super Bowl of the Brady era in a 24-21 win over the Eagles.
Brady rolls into Super Bowl XLII having won his first NFL MVP, with the Patriots sporting an undefeated 17-0 record. However they are stunned by a late-game come-back by the underdog Giants. They lose 17-14.
Brady leads New England back to the top of the Football World with a 28-24 defeat of the Seahawks, throwing for 328 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Down 28-3 against the Falcons, Brady leads the largest Super Bowl comeback in history, throwing for 466 yards on the way to a 34-28 win.
The Patriots win their 6th and final Super Bowl of the Brady era with a 13-3 win over the Rams.
A 2000 Playoff Contenders #144 Tom Brady AU graded PSA 9 sells for $53,000 at PWCC Auctions.
Brady leaves New England and signs with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after 20 years.
Rally enters into an agreement to acquire #00BRADY and offer it on the Rally platform.
This #00BRADY features a gold foil “ROOKIE TICKET”, with a Patriots helmet, the team name, “Tom Brady,” the player’s position, “QB,” number, “12,” and year, “R”. #00BRADY’s front displays an embossed “Playoff Authentic Signature” stamping and is encased in a protective holder with the authentication label from BGS across the top of the protective case.Invest Now
|Price Per Share||$12.00|
|Number of Shares||3,750|
|Player / Number||Tom Brady / 12|
|Team||New England Patriots|
|Year / Season||2000|
|Memorabilia Type||Trading Card|
|Manufacturer||Donruss Playoff L.P.|
|Variant||NFL Rookie Ticket Autograph|
|Rarity||1 of 247 (BGS MINT 9)|
|Number in Set||144|
|Authentication||Beckett Grading Services (BGS)|
|Grade (Card)||MINT 9|