Led by one of the finest single-signed Babe Ruth baseballs in existence, an incredibly rare Franklin D. Roosevelt single-signed OAL (Harridge) ball inscribed to Clark Griffith and attributed to Opening Day 1937 and a complete 1952 Topps set rated No. 10 on the PSA Set Registry, Mile High Card Co. kicks off its latest auction.
Tristar Productions will roll out more than 130 signers during The National’s five-day run, including ’86 N.Y. Giants reunion, Mariano Rivera and stars across all sports.
Together, Dan Hunt and Robert Casterline have selected the rarest, most valuable and most significant pieces of the 300,000-plus card collection to be displayed publicly for the first time in this one-of-a-kind exhibit. It is an unbelievable marriage of art, sports, and pop culture that dates back to 1888.
The 1965 Topps Football set is known primarily for QB legend Joe Namath and filled only with players from the AFL. Oh, and the set is filled with short-prints, too.
A lineup of five mini busts of Hall of Famers Montana, Payton, Namath, Bradshaw and Emmitt Smith, first debuting in Canton, are now available nationwide. Cost is $29.99 each.
Muhammad Ali gloves from Ali-Frazier I, Babe Ruth’s 7-2nd home run ball and a Lou Gehrig signed ticket from his famous “Luckiest Man” speech game among the top draws at the Heritage event that takes place during the National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland.
A 1952 Topps baseball master set that ranks No. 3 on the PSA Set Registry and a 1965 Topps football set that is the Set Registry’s No. 1 all-time finest are bringing big bids. Where will bidding end on Thursday, April 10?
The latest round of trivia questions by Jeff Figler, featured in SCD, are ready to be answered. Take a try at 16 questions, separated by difficulty.
Autograph collectors were up early and on the move during Super Bowl weekend in NYC; results were hit and miss. Here are some tales seeking Joe Namath, Cam Newton and Aaron Rodgers.
Not many collectors found the 1972 Topps Football 3rd Series in their stores. More than 40 years later, they are still looking. Here is a review of the popular high numbers from that set.