Goldin Auctions got press with Kobe Bryant memorabilia, but the auction is filled with cards, game-used beauties and tough signatures. A T206 Ty Cobb with Cobb back, Jackie Robinson bat from 1949 and a Yogi Berra mitt are just some of the treasures to be found.
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National Convention organizers have released the location for the show through 2019. Aside from the Midwest staples, the surprise is Atlantic City in 2016.
Goldin Auctions was hoping to feature the motherload of all Kobe Bryant Collection, but after the Bryant family had a spat and made up, a half-dozen items remain in the auction lineup, including high school jerseys and championship rings.
Topps’ Big League Mini, small vinyl figurines, are available now, and each of the 28 players featured has a variant – a collecting angle that won’t break the bank.
Dr. Price announced Sport Kings will now be part of In the Game Inc., and offers a preview of Series F, which will include autograph cards of Shaquille O’Neal, among others.
We have another mystery photo. This one involves Babe Ruth, likely when he was a coach with the Dodgers. However, who is the player next to him, and what stadium is feature din the background?
The Mickey Vernon Museum will host an appraisal event July 13, with the help of Ron Oser of Legendary Auctions, inviting guests to bring in their sports memorabilia for a free appraisal event at the museum’s new location in the Granite Run Mall in Media, Pa.
The latest SCP Auctions sale didn’t need any hype – the line of sports memorabilia spoke volumes on its own with the personal collections of Rollie Fingers, George Sisler, Chris Mullin, Bret Saberhagen, John Havlicek and Steve Garvey.
Students from the Kennedy High School Student Government in Bellmore, N.Y., wanted to do something to help victims from Hurricane Sandy, and they have enlisted Hall of Fame running back Curtis Martin to help.