A pair of 1916 Babe Ruth rookie cards, a 1933 Yankees team-signed bat and hundreds of high-grade, vintage sports cards will be among more than 1,300 items in Memory Lane Inc’s. next catalog auction, opened in time for showcasing at this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention in Baltimore.
The National Convention will serve as the backdrop for Legendary Auctions’ Live Event, which will feature the Kent Feddeman Collection of early Washington Senators/National memorabilia, including personal items own by Walter Johnson.
A lot of personal collections have come to auction of late, from Julius Erving to Ted Williams to Tommy John. Lelands is serving up another round of personal items, this time related to boxing heavyweight Mike Tyson.
Along with a great autograph book featuring Abraham Lincoln and his Cabinet, Huggins and Scott will offer the highest graded 1939 Play Ball Joe DiMaggio and a pair of Royal Dessert hockey cards among its rarities.
From rare prewar singles to artifacts from the 2002-03 Syracuse Orangemen National Championship, Huggins and Scott has something for everyone. Bidding ends April 5.
You might not realize it, but amongst all of the T206 Wagners currently at auction, there is another “holy”grail” at The Golf Auction, and it’s much more rare than the vintage card.
Memory Lane is conducting a “Holy Grail” auction that ends the first week of May, with such coveted cards as a T206 Wagner, T206 Plank, Brunner’s Cobb, Sports Kings Ruth and much more.
In a usually appropriately-named auction for March, Tim’s Inc. will conduct a Cabin Fever auction filled with coins, clocks, furniture, antiques and – oh yeah – a 1996 N.Y. Yankees World Series championship ring.
When it comes to graded singles and sets, there are few better choices than Greg Bussineau. The company’s upcoming auction will begin March 15.
The upcoming Huggins and Scott auction will include such rarirties as a Rocky Marciano signed baseball, Hank Aaron 1975-76 game-used jersey and a game-used bat from George “High Pockets” Kelly.