The National Sports Collectors Convention served as the backdrop of a new standard for the Hobby, as a 1970 O-Pee-Chee Wayne Gretzky rookie graded PSA 10 sold for a record $465,000 in Goldin Auctions’ $3.1 million sale.
When Ty Cobb was kicking off his baseball career, he penned several letters to friend Erwin Manley, on subjects from the games he played in to his relationships. With the letters comes a previously unknown photo of Cobb as a member of the Georgia Tourists.
While all eyes are currently on the East Coast for the Hobby’s marquee event, The National Sports Collectors Convention, deep-pocketed collectors will look west to Seattle Aug. 18 to get their hands on a T206 Joe Doyle error card graded PSA 2.
Ken Griffey Jr. caps off a stellar career with the Mariners’ first HOF plaque, although the hat will not be worn backward. Junior reflects on his career, playing with his dad and the Mariners success.
The 1955-56 Rhode Island Reds will be honored with a commemorative card set celebrating the Calder Cup champions. Checklist included.
Reggie Jackson is remembered for his work in the postseason, whether smacking three home runs in three at-bats or winning three championships in a row. Here he talks about his biggest moments.
Steiner Sports debuts a new authentication program that features hologram serial number database system.
A Near Mint example of the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle is just the beginning of a robust grouping of high-grade cards and rare signatures in Memory Lane’s Summer Auction that kicks off Aug. 2.
VintageBreaks.com will host a massive vintage memorabilia break valued at more than $140K worth of material and a 1952 Topps set break during the National Convention. Spots are still available on a first come, first serve basis.
Personal collection of Hall of Famer Ann Meyers-Drysdale, the first female player ever enshrined in Springfield, Wilt Chamberlain pieces and game-used gems all part of SCP Auctions’ inaugural Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Auction.