Sports Collectors Digest contributing writer Larry Canale takes a look back at the 2017 online auctions sales that helped shape the sports card and memorabilia hobby.
Football and baseball stand-up cards from the 1960s provided collectors with a “oddball” items to collect that are still popular today.
By Ron Keurajian I have always considered the two biggest names in the world of baseball memorabilia to be Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb. Everyone else is a distant third. Choice memorabilia of these two legends can easily crack six …
‘Yankee Legends’ Auction hosted by Heritage Auctions includes several rare Derek Jeter related memorabilia, including a scouting report from 1992.
The current auction hosted by Collect Auctions is loaded with a plethora of sports cards, unopened packs and boxes, and autographed memorabilia.
Heritage Auctions is arguably the largest auction house that sells sports memorabilia, as its auctions are filled with historical sports artifacts.
Heritage Auctions is hosting the ‘The Yankees Collection’ auction in which a plethora of high-end New York Yankees game used items are available.
In a recorded-breaking auction hosted by Goldin Auctions that ended Nov. 11, four Mickey Mantle items sold for a combined $332,991.
Collectors of vintage game used jerseys will have plenty to chase after in the current auction being hosted by Heritage Auctions.
For the second time in five months a pair of autographed Converse shoes worn by Michael Jordan during the 1984 Olympics were sold, this time for $88,644.