The current auction hosted by Collect Auctions is highlighted by autographed baseball cards from the 1952 Topps Baseball card set.
The Dec. 1 auction for Collect Auctions is highlighted by unopened wax, cello and vending boxes, as well as graded cards and many autographed items.
Collect Auctions debuts one of the finest unopened product lineups to date, along with complete sets, signed gems and a Mays bat. Look for a 1981 Topps Baseball unopened vending case, 1971-72 Topps Basketball vending box and 1973 Topps Baseball 4th Series unopened wax box, among others.
Prices for unopened vintage packs, boxes and cases soar for deep-pocketed pack-busters and investors. Hear from the experts on this growing trend, as well as what to watch for if entering the buying market.
Collect Auctions expands upon its niche in unopened product, adds complete and signed sets to loaded lineup for Aug. 6 sale. Unopened 1986-87 Fleer Basketball wax box, Stan Musial game-used bat lead bidding.
Collect Auctions delivers its largest offering of unopened product to date, headlined by a 1975 Topps Baseball vending case and nearly 50 other lots.
Bidding is underway, with a 1978 Topps Football unopened cello case already past $12,000. A couple dozen lots of unopened material, along with signed sets across decades, are drawing many bids. Auction closes Dec. 4.
Collect Auctions serves up a case breaker’s dream assortment in latest sale, boosted by single-signed balls and game-used relics, including numerous game-used bats from Hall of Famers.
Collect Auctions brings more unopened cases of sportscards to the market, joining some Ruth and Gehrig signed beauties in its next sale that starts Mar. 24 and ends April 3.
Collect Auctions’ December sale is led by a 1975 Topps Baseball cello case and signatures from baseball’s elite. Bidding is live now and ends Dec. 5