Heritage wrapped up its 2015 Sports Auction season with a $12 million sale, pushing its yearly total in sports auctions past $40 million. High-grade singles, Brooks Robinson and hockey memorabilia lead the way.
Prices for unopened vintage packs, boxes and cases soar for deep-pocketed pack-busters and investors. Hear from the experts on this growing trend, as well as what to watch for if entering the buying market.
Another player collection is hitting the block, this time the Jo Jo White Collection, courtesy of SCP Auctions. Included will be championship rings, college awards and more among the two dozen lots offered.
The Brooks Robinson Collection, the Andy Leff Hockey Collection and stunning groupings of cards, game-used uniforms and equipment, tickets and assorted ephemera combine for a big-time auction that ends Nov. 5-7 courtesy of Heritage Auctions.
They come in different denominations, features Hall of Famers and other stars, but are often centered poorly, have folds and printing quirks. Welcome to the 1962 Topps Bucks, issued in baseball and football versions.
Carl Shy’s 1936 U.S. Olympic Basketball Gold Medal from Berlin featured in SCP Auctions’ 2015 Fall Premier sale. the medal represents basketball’s first year in the Olympics.
Topps World Series cards from the 1970s added sharper images, but celebrating baseball’s championship soon fell by the wayside. Here’s a look at the Fall Classic through cardboard in the 1970s.
Mile High Card Co. continued to set records in 2015 with big prices paid for 1952 Topps, 1953 Topps, Hall of Famer rookie cards and more. A 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle topped $100,000 for the first time.
Most 1963 Pepsi-Cola Colt .45s baseball cards never reached their intended destination, resulting in a truly rare John Bateman card. Learn here where they were distributed and why they are so hard to find.
Goldin Auctions October Legends & Americana Auction is offering nearly 1,000 lots of historic baseball memorabilia for sale from Oct. 19-Nov. 14, including the only known game-used ball from the 1918 World Series, a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle Rookie Card (PSA 6), a one-of-a-kind 1952 Topps high number 25-card uncut sheet and items from the estate of Hall of Famer Al Simmons.