Don’t want to go through the auction process and wait to get your item? Memory Lane’s latest Own It Now sale opens Nov. 7 with a wonderful lineup of autographs, checks, rare cards and more.
The beauty of a Steiner Sports auction is that you can spend tens of thousands of dollars on premier items, like a Lou Gehrig single-signed ball if you have the means the desire. But you can also get some great signed pieces for under $100, too. There are thousands of possibilities available right now.
Iowa find of prewar baseball card sets includes 1917 Collins-McCarthy, M101-4 Sporting News and 1911 Sporting Life Cabinets from the E.C. McCoid Collection. these, along with a SGC 96 1951 Bowman Mantle and T206 Mathewson (dark cap) PSA 8.5 headline a massive Mile High Card Co. sale.
Philip Weiss has a nice selection of sports memorabilia lined up for its Sept. 21 sale. Among the offerings are a 1934 Goudey set, uniformly graded PSA 7, a championship ring belong to Bart Giamatti, a complete 1952 Topps Baseball set and items signed by Babe Ruth.
Two beautiful Topps sets will help usher in the next Love of the Game Auctions sale. The company will offer the No. 1 set on the PSA Set Registry for the 1964 Topps Football set and the No. 14-rated set for 1967 Topps Baseball.
There aren’t many sets or cards that get people more excited than the 1952 Topps set and the fabled No. 311 Mickey Mantle. Higgins and Scott is offering the ultimate 1952 Topps “Super Set” that features two of the Mantle cards. Bidding begins July 29.
Collectors checking out Collectible Classics’ CCA33 auction, which closes June 27, will find 426 sports and non-sport lots, including a collection of rare Pittsburgh Pirates memorabilia, the first installment of the Bert Randolph Sugar collection, 19th century items and Yankees and Reds collectibles.
The Elgin Baylor Collection, highlighting day one of the two-day Julien’s sale, will feature memorabilia big and small, including MVP award, championship rings all the way down to signed bobble heads. Day two will include memorabilia across the board.
Unique sports awards and Hall of Famers’ game-worn jerseys lead Grey Flannel’s June 5 Summer Games Auction, with highlights including: 1947 Mel Ott Giants jersey, Jim Brown Rookie of the Year Trophy and Larry Holmes Heavyweight World Championship Belt.
Racing fans, start your engines: Ripley Auction will include the personal Items from the collections of Wilbur Shaw, the first consecutive race winner of the Indianapolis 500.