Michael Jordan hasn’t played in the NBA since 2003, but that hasn’t stopped his collectibles from being top sellers in eBay auctions.
Not surprisingly, NBA legends top the list of NBA basketball players who comprise the Dream Team of basketball trading card sales on eBay.
Tristar’s Autograph Pavilion was the biggest ever at the 2016 National, with plenty of stars and stories taking center stage, from Joe Namath to Hulk Hogan.
In the highly competitive sports memorabilia auction industry, Heritage Auctions and SCP Auctions have risen toward the top. Chris Ivy at Heritage and David Kohler at SCP Auctions share their secrets to success and some of the biggest items they have handled.
SCP Auctions wants the world to know of its success in the sports memorabilia business, and felt a new website look would provide that. The new look is now available to collectors.
Grey Flannel’s December auction topped $2 million, led by a pair of game-used caps from Babe Ruth and Joe DiMaggio, along with impressive prices for a 1932 Yankees team-signed ball and Roy Campanella Dodgers satin jacket.
Grey Flannel Holiday Auction includes game-used relics from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Arnold Palmer, Peyton Manning and special items from Julius Erving. Bidding ends Dec. 17.
National Convention boasts largest signing group to date, with Jim Kelly, Bobby Knight, Al Kaline and Joe Torre among those delighting the crowds.
The 1977-78 Topps Basketball set won’t blow up the wallet, is chock full of stars, yet takes a back seat in quality to other sets of the decade. Got a favorite from the set?
The Chicago Sun-Times Show lacked its star attraction, but an otherwise strong lineup of signers and collectibles drew attention. Meet a few of the dealers at the show and what items were on the show floor.