More than 80 cards from the 1880s and newly discovered 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle cards anchor the Summer Sports Trading Card Auction hosted by Heritage.
A Babe Ruth bat and a Lou Gehrig signed contract are the leading items in the 2018 Mid-Summer Auction hosted by Steiner Auctions.
The first MLB All-Star Game was played in 1933 and since that time some of its most memorable moments have been commemorated on baseball cards.
The June auction hosted by Mile High Card Company was highlighted the sale of a 1959 Topps Baseball set that sold for $301,907.
A Lou Gehrig game worn jersey that is photo matched to his 1937 season was recently made available to the Hobby and sold by SCP Auctions.
It was once again proven that all types of Babe Ruth collectibles sell for big bucks, when a dual signed personal check sold on eBay for $25,000.
Baseball cards of New York Yankees players always sell well, but when those players are Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle the interest goes up a notch.
High-quality vintage baseball memorabilia in Mile High Card Company auction is sure to attract the attention of collectors.
Helmar has created a new set of art cards, these focused on the players who participated in the first MLB All-Star game held in Chicago in 1933.
Surpassing its pre-auction estimates, a 1930s John Wooden jersey that he wore while attending Purdue, sold for $264,000 in a recent auction hosted by Heritage Auctions.