From Baltimore to Long Beach, Calif. – those ‘Black Swap Find’ cards are getting around. The Long Beach Expo, to be held Sept. 6-8 will feature select cards from the find, as sports collectibles continue to gain more presence at the show.
You already know the results of the initial offering of the “Black Swamp Find” of E98 cards, bit those were just the tip of the iceberg in Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night auction held during the National Convention. In all, the auction totaled $4.5 million, with many top-of-the-line items.
The world got their first chance at bidding on the Black Swamp Find of E98 baseball cards in Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night auction during the National Convention. The three lots total tallied $566,132.
The “Black Swamp Find” of 1910 E98 baseball cards is major news, and the cards will be on display at the upcoming National Convention. In addition, Heritage Auction will be giving away reprinted cards based on the set during the show’s four-day run.
Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night auction to take place on Aug. 2 during the National Convention is already making headlines nationwide for the “Black Swamp Find.” However, the auction has more to offer, including the finest Babe Ruth single-signed ball and Arnold Palmer’s green jacket.
By now you have heard about the amazing E98 set that was found untouched in Ohio. Here is some further details from PSA about the find and how Heritage is poised to set records in its National Convention auction.
Rob Rosen has joined Heritage Auction as the vice present of private sales and consignments with the company’s Sports division.
Along with the Swirsky Collection and a host of amazing sports memorabilia will be a rare collection of golf memorabilia in Heritage Auctions’ Signature Sale that is live now and ends May 3-5.
Boxing fans will enjoy gunni1g for an early pair of Muhammad Ali’s fight-worn gloves – the one he wore as Cassius Clay in the 1960 AAU Championship.
A Ty Cobb jersey topped $350,000 and Heritage once again turned heads in the sports collectibles industry with a $5.3 million sale that included $77,675 for a Joe Jackson signed ball.