Love of the Game Auctions’ latest sale is now live, with rare lots from Lou Criger’s family, fabulous game-used bats, including Gehrig, and rare cards.
The Jefferson Burdick Collection today: hard to thumb through but
slowly coming into view as collection is photographed for digital display by the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here’s a recent first-person account on viewing part of the collection.
The most significant NFL Championship ring ever offered at auction will be part of Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night event in New York. Part of the featured Jerry Kramer Collection is his Super Bowl I ring, expected to top $100,000.
In 1950, Topps delivered its first set devoted to a single sport; today Topps Felt Backs harken back to a simpler game and simpler cards.
The milestone anniversary for the Cranston Sports Show will also be bittersweet, as the 2016 event will be the last one under the direction of Tom McDonough.
The unknown story and history surrounding the 1959 University of North Dakota NCAA Hockey national championship ring. The team, led by Bob May, won the title over Michigan St.
Fifty-three lots items from Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin, including his 1984 Olympic uniform, first MLB hit baseball, game-used jerseys, bats helmets and more up for auction through January 30 courtesy of Goldin Auctions.
PSA will offer dual grading for autographed cards. Simply, collectors can get their card and signature graded in one shot.
Mile High Card Co. kicks off Elite Auction with a PSA 9 Hank Aaron rookie that is joined by Gem Mint singles and Registry sets.
The No. 1-rated basic collection of Mickey Mantle cards joins hundreds of other vintage cards, early World Series programs and a collection of vintage packs in the current Memory Lane Winter Extravaganza.