Baseball cards of New York Yankees players always sell well, but when those players are Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle the interest goes up a notch.
The auctions keep getting bigger and better for Clean Sweep Auctions, so it’s not surprising that their current auction is filled with a plethora of sports trading cards and memorabilia.
It may be the offseason for the NFL, but that hasn’t halted the interest in the football cards of Johnny Unitas, Terry Bradshaw and Aaron Rodgers.
Sports Illustrated magazines were not released with the intention of them being collectible, but over the years that is exactly what has happened.
A top 10 rated complete set of 1952 Topps Baseball is being broken up and auctioned in Memory Lane Inc.’s Spring Catalog Auction.
The Spring Fever Auction hosted by Steiner Auctions is loaded with Mickey Mantle trading cards from a variety of years, including a miscut 1952 Topps card.
The recent sale of a PSA 9 graded 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle baseball card for $2.88 million in an auction hosted by Heritage Auctions, was the highest sale price for a post-war card.
A 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card graded PSA 9 is estimated to sell for $3.5 million in an auction hosted by Heritage Auctions.
Jefferson Burdick’s extensive collection of baseball cards are in the process of being digitized at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Bob Costas first developed his love for baseball while listening to games on his dad’s car radio when he was a kid. That eventually led to a Hall of Fame announcing career.