Mile High is wrapping up 2013 in style. With a stunning 1954 Topps complete set, Gem Mint Havlicek rookie, 1952 Mantle, some Bobby Orr cardboard beauties and tons of other high-grade sets and singles, what better gifts to ring in the New Year with?
Don’t want to go through the auction process and wait to get your item? Memory Lane’s latest Own It Now sale opens Nov. 7 with a wonderful lineup of autographs, checks, rare cards and more.
The number of graded 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski cards is about to increase nearly 10 percent. In one auction, to be held Wednesday, Oct. 16, there will be 10 Nagurski cards offered, ranging in grades from PSA 5 to PSA 1(mk). Never before have so many entered the market at one time.
In bidding that will end Oct. 5, RMY Auctions is offering more than 1,100 lots of vintage photos of baseball Hall of Famers, athletes, celebrities and historic figures from an amazing find that has been locked away for years. Conlon photos, AP photos and more depict the likes of Ruth, Gehrig, Williams, Churchill and hundreds of others.
The beauty of a Steiner Sports auction is that you can spend tens of thousands of dollars on premier items, like a Lou Gehrig single-signed ball if you have the means the desire. But you can also get some great signed pieces for under $100, too. There are thousands of possibilities available right now.
With fewer cards and a noticeably missing Babe Ruth, the 1934 Goudey set will never be as popular as its 1933 sibling, but there are still plenty of reasons to give it a look.
The second day of The National was capped off with Heritage Auctions Platinum Night sale, led by game-used caps, Sam Snead memorabilia and some impressive cards.
Artist Jamie Cooper captures Bronx Bomber royalty on canvas in his latest masterpiece: “Yankees Dream Scene” picturing Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle and Jeter.
Records fell by the wayside in the latest Heritage Auctions event that tallied more than $6.2 million. Babe Ruth, Joe Jackson and Lou Gehrig took top honors in different collecting categories, with Ruth’s 1935 unworn jersey topping them all at $286,800.
A 1929 N.Y. Yankees team-signed baseball is on the auction block, courtesy of a prep school in New Jersey. The ball, signed by Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and other Hall of Famers, was acquired by a former monk at the school. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the more than 500 students enrolled at the school.