T206 collectors are always wading through variations. However, the Ed Walsh Old Mill Blue Back is a first of its kind, likely sending prices through the roof for this Good example in the upcoming Huggins and Scott sale.
The SCP Dec. 1 auction continues to grow in strength with the news that championship rings, game-used jerseys and award trophies from Oscar Robertson, Sam Jones and David Thompson will also be in the lineup, joining the Ozzie Smith Collection, and Angelo Dundee Estate Collection and much more.
Memory Lane has had its share of significant auctions, but only one have they deemed “The Find” auction. To put it in perspective, thus far a T206 Honus Wagner PSA 2 is getting bypassed in attention for other gems. Those include attached examples of 1888 Scrapps cards, a M101-5 Sporting News complete set and a Ruth signed ball that comes with a video of the signing in 1931.
Adding to the the Steiner 25th anniversary celebration is a stellar auction that now includes items from the personal collection of Bob Knight, such as his championship rings and Olympic gold medal. This is joined by Don Larsen’s “perfect game” jersey.
A high-grade 1952 Topps Baseball set is going to go for big bucks, but the latest Mile High Card Co. auction has much more to offer, including a 1948 Leaf boxing set, 1916 The Globe Stores Babe Ruth and many other rarities.
Bidding is underway for the inaugural sale of Love of the Game Auctions, with three cards leading bidding after a few days: a 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski, Brunner’s Bread Ty Cobb and a signed 1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig. 246 lots in all.
Stuff McInnis, a four-time World Series champ with the Philadelphia Athletics and other teams, had pieces of his memorabilia collection go on the block. Hosted by Kaminski Auctions, the group brought $46,800.
Memory Lane’s Own It Now sale offered another round of impressive prices, starting with $97,000 for a Babe Ruth signed ball and $25,000 for a Walter Payton rookie card.
In a bit of hype that is not exaggerated, Clean Sweep Auctions is currently showcasing its best auction ever with T3, T206, 1934 Goudey complete sets that join other high-end memorabilia in a sale that ends Oct. 3.
Memory Lane’s I Own It Now sales give collectors the chance to own high-end items outright and not have to fight others for the chance. The latest sale offers three high-end Babe Ruth signed balls and other high-grade cards.