The No. 1 lot failed to meet reserve, but that didn’t stall bidding at Goldin Auctions, where the company’s October Legends sale topped $2.65 million, led by the finest 1939 Play Ball set in the land ($202K).
Pat Salerno Jr. is a big fan of Johnny Podres, has an extensive Podres collection and helps honor the Dodgers pitcher every year. Plus, Ralph Branca to be honored by N.Y. State Baseball HOF.
Nate “Tiny” Archibald is getting into the signed memorabilia business with a new company offering exclusive products by members of the Basketball Hall of Fame.
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.
A lucky college student is looking to score big with the home run ball hit by Shane Victorino in Game 6 of the 2013 ALCS that helped put Boston back into the World Series. SCP Auctions will offer the item, expected to hit between $50,000-$100,000.
For collectors, there are championship rings for every budget – here are some tips to get into the game.
With one week to go in bidding, Goldin Auctions already has some impressive bids in for some great pieces of memorabilia. A 1936-38 Lou Gehrig game-used bat is nearing $150,000, while the No. 1 1939 Play Ball in existence is at $118,000.
As card companies strive to deliver on rookie cards of up-and-coming stars, it’s no surprise there comes news from Topps regarding Jose Abreu.
Former guard Bryant Stith has used basketball knowledge gleaned from the likes of Issel, Krzyzewski in his own coaching career after a 10-year career in the NBA.
Leaf Trading Cards is offering a full-size helmet with boxes of Leaf Autographed Helmet Football, and the helmets will be signed by Hall of Famers, MVPs, NFL Draft Prospects and even the likes of Madonna.