Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris cards and photos were the tops sellers in the most recent Memory Lane auction.
High-end trading cards such as a 1933 Goudey Napoleon Lajoie PSA 6 card and rare photos, including a 1915 photo of Babe Ruth are offered by Memory Lane.
The 1930s U.S. Caramel sports set had a lot to offer – from Ruth and Gehrig to Presidents – although only in bite-size chunks.
Babe Ruth’s first Yankees contract, Ruth’s boyhood catcher’s mitt, historic documents, game-used jerseys and high-grade cards will make a splash in the 75-lot main event at the New York Yankees steakhouse.
Heritage Auctions hosted a sale of one of the best 1933 Goudey sets. With each card sold individually, total sales topped $1.17 million, led by Ruth and Gehrig.
Over the decades, 1960 Fleer Greats have earned a solid place in the hobby with the help of some famous faces. Prices for high-grade examples have seen an increase as well.
The No. 5-rated 1933 Goudey set on the PSA Set Registry is being sold card-by-card in a Heritage Auctions’ sale April 14. Includes all four Ruth cards and Lajoie.
Only known additional casting of Gehrig’s 1939 bronze Baseball Hall of Fame plaque art to be auctioned March 23.
Heritage Auctions surpasses $9.3 million in Platinum Night event, led by Clemente rookie card that hits $478,000.
Nearly 80 lots comprise The Babe Ruth Auction by Goldin Auction, with all of the items connected to Babe Ruth, from game-used bats, contracts, trading cards, ticket stubs to photos, personal items and advertisements. Proceeds will benefit the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum.