Baseball has a long history, and never will that be more apparent than in upcoming sales by Goldin Auctions and SCP Auctions when the companies offer items produced before World War and attached to a pair of big names.
Upper Deck’s latest high-end product releases just after a Rory McIlroy British Open win. Exquisite Collection Golf has been pre-selling for $600 a pack and the following are some of the reasons why.
Collect Auctions serves up a case breaker’s dream assortment in latest sale, boosted by single-signed balls and game-used relics, including numerous game-used bats from Hall of Famers.
The National Sports Collectors Convention brings more than 100 athletes under one roof over five days; here’s a rundown of who’s coming and what to expect.
Memory Lane has acquired what is dubbed The Rocky Mountain Collection consisting of more than 300 of the tops cards in the hobby in unheard of grades. The collection ranks No. 3 on the PSA Set Registry.
Upper Deck turned the hobby on its head in 1989, led by the signature card for the modern-era collector – Ken Griffey Jr.
The N.Y. Daily News reports that Mark Theotikosis, formerly of Mastro Auctions, will be changing his plea, and John Rogers is facing a lawsuit over failed payment of the George Burke & George Brace Collection of photos.
Sports artifacts from America’s first ‘Hall of Fame’ museum include a circa 1955 Heisman Trophy and boxing gloves and robes belonging to Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney. Auction kicks off Aug. 6.
Looking back at Jefferson Burdick’s burst of energy in early 1937 that set the stage for the sports card collecting hobby of today – his Card Collectors Bulletins and the methods that still prevail in the hobby today.
One of the founding fathers of card collecting, Jefferson Burdick, is well known in the industry and has his collection features in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. During the National Convention in Cleveland, a handwritten, two-page letter penned by Burdick will be given away.