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Post Malone Buys €2 Million MTG LOTR 1/1 The One Ring Card
August 2, 2023 Andrew Cheng

The highly sought-after The One Ring card from Magic: The Gathering’s The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth set has found a buyer, and it’s a very prominent figure. Rapper Post Malone is the proud owner of MTG’s rarest card yet, though it wasn’t revealed how much he bought the card for.

But looking back, the previous (public) offer for The One Ring was at a whopping €2 million, which comes up to about RM9.9 million (!). The original owner of the card, Brook Trafton, posted several TikTok videos of The One Ring, including him meeting with Post Malone himself to sell the card.

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When I found the One Ring, the first person who came to mind was @Post Malone. I have played MTG since I was a kid and obviously it would be amazing to keep this card. But for a guy like me, being able to sell it is life changing. I just really hoped it would go to someone who would appreciate it as much as I do. This is my dream come true, meeting Post Malone and him buying the One Ring card from me is literally a moment straight out of a fairytale. Post Malone @Magic: The Gathering you have changed my life. Things like this don’t happen to people like me, I guess it’s magic. I am forever grateful 🙏 ✨  #postmalone #onering #oneofone #mtg #magic #mint #psa #card #magicthegathering #lordoftherings #trading #tradingcards #theonering #sauron #collector #edition #one #gandalf #tradingcardgame

♬ original sound – Brook Trafton

Post Malone is known to be an avid MTG player, so it’s no surprise that he’s interested to get the incredibly rare one of a kind card. “Meeting Post Malone and him buying the One Ring card from me is literally a moment straight out of a fairytale,” said Brook.

Evidently, Wizards of the Coast’s decision to release a one of one card like The One Ring brought quite a bit of attention to both Magic: The Gathering and The Lord of the Rings franchise. It remains to be seen if Wizards will release more cards of such rarity in the future.

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