What is the Most Expensive Non-Foil Card in Ultimate Masters?
In late January 2019, Liliana of the Veil was the most expensive non-foil card in Ultimate Masters. As a card that sees plenty of play in the Modern format, it should come as little surprise that this mythic rare was commanding a price tag of around $70 USD. The powerful three-mana planeswalker was followed by other powerful Modern cards: Cavern of Souls, Karn Liberated, Snapcaster Mage, Tarmogoyf, and Noble Hierarch.
What is the Most Expensive Foil Card in Ultimate Masters?
The Ultimate Masters set is full of pricey foils, despite one foil coming in every pack. The most expensive foil card in the Ultimate Masters set is Liliana of the Veil, which has sold on eBay for between $125 and $150 as of January 2019. Liliana is followed by Karn Liberated, Demonic Tutor, Snapcaster Mage, and Karn Liberated all in the $125 range. On TCGPlayer, you can find these foils for a bit less money.
What is the Most Expensive Box Topper Card in Ultimate Masters?
The Ultimate Masters Box Toppers are highly collectible, highly sought-after extended art versions of many of the best cards in the set. The most expensive Box Topper that’s sold on eBay by the end of January 2019 was a Dark Depths graded by Beckett as a Gem Mint BGS 9.5. It sold for $1275 on January 3rd, 2019. A BGS 9.5 Tarmogoyf and BGS 9.5 Liliana of the Veil each sold for $660 each a short time later.
The most expensive Box Topper that wasn’t graded that sold on eBay was a Tarmogoyf for around $500 on November 12, 2018. On TCGPlayer, the most expensive Box Topper was Liliana of the Veil with a market price of $269. Over time, it’s likely many of these Box Toppers will bought up by collectors for grading purposes. They will likely be some of the best Magic the Gathering investments you can make.
Ultimate Masters is a great set, and even if you can’t get ahold of any of the Box Toppers, this set is one of the best to collect cards from if you’re looking to build a valuable Magic the Gathering collection.