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.
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.
Babe Ruth’s final contract and historic farewell letter among a collection of Ruth lots in the Goldin Auctions Premium Live Summer Auction held during the National Convention.
The 1930s U.S. Caramel sports set had a lot to offer – from Ruth and Gehrig to Presidents – although only in bite-size chunks.
Louisville Slugger Museum celebrates 20th year with attendance records and a baseball exhibit based on Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Per the Ripley’s norm, some of the attractions are out of this world.
The market for high-grade, vintage singles continues to amaze, with records being set with seemingly each offering. Memory Lane rewrote the record books for two dozen items in its latest sale, led by Hank Aaron.
Babe Ruth’s first Yankees contract, Ruth’s boyhood catcher’s mitt, historic documents, game-used jerseys and high-grade cards will make a splash in the 75-lot main event at the New York Yankees steakhouse.
Memory Lane is serving up some of the best Mantle, Mays and Aaron cards in the market, along with a Gem Mint 1986 Fleer hoops set in their Spring Classics Rarities Auction that kicks off April 23.
Heritage Auctions hosted a sale of one of the best 1933 Goudey sets. With each card sold individually, total sales topped $1.17 million, led by Ruth and Gehrig.