Morphy Auctions’ debut sports memorabilia auction, scheduled for Oct. 28, is getting closer. This sale, which launches Morphy’s new Sports Memorabilia Division, will feature more than 500 lots. Morphy’s Sports Memorabilia Division will be headed by Tommy Sage Jr., who …
In its first big auction of 2017, Mile High Card Company is offering high-grade singles of some of the top players to play in the majors.
There is no denying the impact that Alan “Mr. Mint” Rosen had on the Hobby with his huge card finds and the show presence he had.
The February Extra Innings Auction hosted by Mile High Card Company has a variety of cards available, and is highlighted by a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle.
A 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card become first post-World War II sports card to sell for more than $1 million when a PSA 8.5 example sold for $1,135,250.
Topps Wayne Gretzky sets record in $3 Million Memory Lane auction that continues to show the recent surge in prices for high-grade, vintage material.
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.
Led by one of the finest single-signed Babe Ruth baseballs in existence, an incredibly rare Franklin D. Roosevelt single-signed OAL (Harridge) ball inscribed to Clark Griffith and attributed to Opening Day 1937 and a complete 1952 Topps set rated No. 10 on the PSA Set Registry, Mile High Card Co. kicks off its latest auction.
The sale features sports and non-sports cards and memorabilia from the late 19th century to the present, highlighted by the amazing Dennis Clotworthy Collection of Detroit Tigers memorabilia. Clotworthy, a former Tigers batboy, has contributed more than 100 lots to this auction. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
The online portion of the Goldin Auctions Spring Auction closed May 7, generating $1.7 million in sales. Combined with the record breaking live auction held on April 30 at the New York Yankees Steak House, the 1,400+ lots of memorabilia sold for $4.6 million.