Bidding for Collect Auction ends Thursday, Aug. 9. More than 900 lots are up for grabs, from a Babe Ruth 11-by-14 signed photo to a 1910 E103 Williams Caramel Honor Wagner card (PSA 2). Every sport and many non-sport items are featured.
The second auction held during the National Convention’s run brought a total of $1.7 million in roughly 60 lots, led by a Honus Wagner game-used bat that topped $250,000.
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.
A lot of personal collections have come to auction of late, from Julius Erving to Ted Williams to Tommy John. Lelands is serving up another round of personal items, this time related to boxing heavyweight Mike Tyson.
Memory Lane is serving up its latest Own It Now sale, which includes T206 rarities of Wagner and Plank and a complete set of 1932 U.S. Caramels, all graded PSA 8. More than 100 lots will be available from Feb. 24-Mar. 6.
They might not attract the same big crowds as Simon and Garfunkel, but tossing Niel Kinnick and Honus Wagner in a sports auction is bound to attract attention.
The first eight items from the famous Dreier Collection were made available for purchase through Legendary Auctions. It took about a day or so and two of them are gone: the T206 Honus Wagner PSA 4 (price not announced) and the 1888 Joseph Hall Cabinets Master Set (14, plus five variations) for $600,000. Six items currently remain available.
Before everyone heads to family destinations for Christmas, the sports hobby is loaded with auctions closing this week. Here are some of the auction houses with sales and what some of the top items are selling for. Hurry, some of the auction close today!