The live portion of the Babe Ruth 100th Anniversary Auction wrapped up July 12, grossing more than $3.6 million. the rest of the lineup, which contains more than 200 Ruth items in the 1,200-lot lineup, concludes Friday, July 18.
Lelands has composed a “Million Dollar Hit List” for the National Convention. The target is for some super rare Cleveland Indians jerseys.
PSA will once again reward those who sign up for PSA’s Collectors Club by giving away “cards that never were” – recreations of the 1934 Diamond Stars set this time featuring, Ruth, DiMaggio, Gehrig and Feller.
The big auction didn’t disappoint, as the 1918 contract of Babe Ruth sold for more than $1 million as part of a 125-lot auction that topped $3.6 million altogether.
The National Convention is always full of superb memorabilia. And then some booths bring in special displays for the show that go above and beyond. Memory Lane will showcase a Babe Ruth display that allows fans to swing his bat and admire his rare cards and photos from his career.
Memory Lane’s I Own It Now Sale continues to bring good prices, with the latest event highlighted by a $46,000 sale of a 1933 Goudey Nap Lajoie and $28,000 for a T206 Piedmont Ty Cobb portrait with a green background.
Michael Sam made his debut on the sports signing circuit in Chicago, leaving fans and himself impressed with the proceedings.
A fresh look at the 1968 Topps Milton Bradley set, starting with its production origins and then diving into the cards’ peculiarities. This is one of the most obscure sets out there, and here is the most involved recap of the set and a checklist of the cards included.
Derek Jeter, Major League Baseball, the New York Yankees and The Highland Mint have teamed up to create a national Derek Jeter Coin Program to celebrate the final season of Jeter’s 20-year MLB career
Muhammad Ali gloves from Ali-Frazier I, Babe Ruth’s 7-2nd home run ball and a Lou Gehrig signed ticket from his famous “Luckiest Man” speech game among the top draws at the Heritage event that takes place during the National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland.