It’s not every day you find an 1887 relic in a used book. But one couple found an 1887 Four Base Hits John Clarkson Card in an old Bible, being used as a bookmark. Turns out it’s the only complete version to be graded in the market.
There aren’t many sets or cards that get people more excited than the 1952 Topps set and the fabled No. 311 Mickey Mantle. Higgins and Scott is offering the ultimate 1952 Topps “Super Set” that features two of the Mantle cards. Bidding begins July 29.
Goudey sets, Gold Borders, Cap Anson letters, multi-signed programs Eddie Yost jersey and hundreds of other lots are featured in the current Huggins and Scott auction that ends Feb. 7.
There aren’t many cards that get the hobby jumping from its seat these days, but Huggins and Scott is offering something the hobby hasn’t seen – a T206 Ed Walsh card that features Old Mill advertising on the back in BLUE. This is just one of the great vintage cards and other memorabilia in the auction that closes Dec. 13.
T206 collectors are always wading through variations. However, the Ed Walsh Old Mill Blue Back is a first of its kind, likely sending prices through the roof for this Good example in the upcoming Huggins and Scott sale.
Huggins and Scott will kick of its latest auction July 20, running through Aug. 9, offering a Pele and Brooks Robinson game-used jersey, rare vintage singles and signed items that include Ruth, Maris and Marciano. Pieces will also be on display next week in Baltimore at the National Convention.
Along with a great autograph book featuring Abraham Lincoln and his Cabinet, Huggins and Scott will offer the highest graded 1939 Play Ball Joe DiMaggio and a pair of Royal Dessert hockey cards among its rarities.
The upcoming Huggins and Scott auction will include such rarirties as a Rocky Marciano signed baseball, Hank Aaron 1975-76 game-used jersey and a game-used bat from George “High Pockets” Kelly.
Huggins and Scott will kick off its 2012 season with an auction that features a rare Cy Young tobacco tin, 1915 World Series press pin, Hank Aaron game-used bat and everything in between.