Al Crisafulli has a new lineup of goodies on sales, and collectors of high-grade vintage cards, baseball memorabilia, card sets and signed items will have the pick of the litter in the auction that ends May 31.
If you need proof of the growth of the high-grade rookie card movement currently taking place in the hobby, look no further than Memory Lane’s latest sale, which saw many cards top their previous records by thousands.
Topps helps raise money for Clayton Kershaw’s charitable organization, and announces an exclusive autographed trading card deal with the top pitcher.
Baseball teams and fans await their prospects on the big stage – as do collectors, hoping to score on investments. Some have arrived on the scene, while other might have to wait until May . . . or later.
Some of the best 1960s and ’70s cards in the market, all graded PSA 9 or PSA 10 will headline the latest Memory Lane Auction, complemented by postwar Mantles and Mays cards graded PSA or better.
A 1952 Topps baseball master set that ranks No. 3 on the PSA Set Registry and a 1965 Topps football set that is the Set Registry’s No. 1 all-time finest are bringing big bids. Where will bidding end on Thursday, April 10?
The online buy/sell venue Check Out My Cards branches out past 8 million cards. Find out why – from the CEO and from those who use the site on a daily basis.
In a baseball card world where condition is king, you’ll find the No. 1 subject -Mikey Mantle – is just as hard to find ‘Very Poor’ as in ‘Gem Mint.’ Come along as we discuss some reasons why.
Topps has extended its agreement with Bryce Harper, remaining the exclusive provider of his autographed cards. Harper will also continue to be featured on packaging of Topps baseball products.
Memory Lane’s I Own It Now Sale once again proves the market value of cards in high grades, from vintage specimens you’d expect to 1980s varieties you wouldn’t.