If a collector couldn’t find the collectibles they were looking for at the National Sports Collectors Convention chances are they didn’t look hard enough.
Cleveland has a long sports history behind it, and that will be enhanced when it hosts the 2018 National Sports Collectors Convention.
With more than 1,000 lots of sports memorabilia available to bid on, the current auction hosted by Goldin Auctions is sure to draw plenty of interest.
More than 80 cards from the 1880s and newly discovered 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle cards anchor the Summer Sports Trading Card Auction hosted by Heritage.
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 1988-89 Fleer Basketball card set was one of the last “simple” sets before technology took over and changed all aspects of the basketball card market.
Once again the collectors show in San Francisco, hosted by TRISTAR, was successful for both collectors and dealers who attended the show.
A 1963 game used and signed Sandy Koufax jersey, as well as a 1984-85 Michael Jordan game worn rookie jersey, headline the Spring Premium Auction hosted by Goldin Auctions.
Sandy Koufax is the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher that receives most of the attention from collectors, but Don Drysdale isn’t too far behind.