The Winter Platinum Night Sports Auction hosted by Heritage Auctions is highlighted by historic game-used bats from Baseball Hall of Fame players.
Clean Sweep Auctions is hosting its largest auction, which is loaded with cards, autographs, and memorabilia from a variety of sports.
A Type 1 photo from 1915 featuring Babe Ruth and the rest of the Boston Red Sox starting pitching staff recently sold on eBay for $52,500.
Lou Gehrig’s 1931 Yankees contract and Derek Jeter’s scouting report from 1992 were top sellers in the “Yankee Legends” auction.
With the trade of Giancarlo Stanton to the New York Yankees, collectors can expect an increase in demand for his baseball cards.
A handwritten letter signed by Babe Ruth, which sold for $88,780, helped propel Mile High Card Co. to a record-breaking year.
The November sports card and memorabilia show in Chicago is now called the Chicago Sports Spectacular, but it is still a delight for collectors.
The December Auction hosted by Mile High Card Company, which ends Dec. 7, is led by a handwritten letter signed by Babe Ruth.
By Ron Keurajian I have always considered the two biggest names in the world of baseball memorabilia to be Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb. Everyone else is a distant third. Choice memorabilia of these two legends can easily crack six …
The current auction hosted by Collect Auctions is loaded with a plethora of sports cards, unopened packs and boxes, and autographed memorabilia.