Iconic Auctions is hosting the National 2018 Auction which is loaded with sports, rock and historical memorabilia items for sale.
Baseball, hockey, basketball and football cards have all been popular items and selling for premium prices in online auctions.
The auctions keep getting bigger and better for Clean Sweep Auctions, so it’s not surprising that their current auction is filled with a plethora of sports trading cards and memorabilia.
Jefferson Burdick’s extensive collection of baseball cards are in the process of being digitized at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Baseball card collectors who prefer collecting cards with art on them will enjoy the 2018 version of Diamond Kings Baseball scheduled to be released in mid-April.
The 2018 version of Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball includes new variations, including a Jackie Robinson Day variation that features players wearing the iconic No. 42 jersey.
The Mile High Card Company’s auction that closes March 22 is the largest the company has ever hosted, with 2,300 lots led by a 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Eddie Plank PSA 2.5.
The auction reserve was not met at the conclusion of Goldin Auctions’ first attempt to sell two original Jackie Robinson baseball contracts.
Lou Gehrig’s 1931 Yankees contract and Derek Jeter’s scouting report from 1992 were top sellers in the “Yankee Legends” auction.
The December Auction hosted by Mile High Card Company, which ends Dec. 7, is led by a handwritten letter signed by Babe Ruth.