A 1952 Topps baseball master set that ranks No. 3 on the PSA Set Registry and a 1965 Topps football set that is the Set Registry’s No. 1 all-time finest are bringing big bids. Where will bidding end on Thursday, April 10?
Mile High offered a select lineup to close out 2013, resulting in a premium selection of goods that results in more than $1.2 million in sales, led by complete sets and impressive cards of Yastrzemski, Orr and Havlicek.
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?
The sale lineup was strong, but even Mile High had to be pleased with prices realized during its Oct. 10 sale. Among the highlights: $127K for a 1951 Bowman Mantle SGC 96, 1972 Topps Hank Aaron $20K and 1961 Fleer Basketball complete set $30K.
Bidding for more than 1,400 lots in the Mile High Card Co. auction will end tonight. A few lots are already approaching $100,000, with some of the finest sets to date among the mix.
The complete sets stole the show at the recent Mile High Card Co. auction. A 1966 Topps set totaled nearly $130,000, with impressive prices reached for football and hockey sets as well.
Mile High Card Co. rolls out an auction filled with trading cards dedicated to the four major sports, headlined by complete sets in baseball, football and hockey that are among the best in the PSA Set Registry.
Mile High kicked off 2013 with its Premium auction, with several high-end prewar sets offered, a rare Ruth/Capone signed ball and plenty of other notable highlights. Come along for the complete details.
Mile High kicks off the 2013 buying season with a premium auction that includes a Babe Ruth/Al Capone signed ball, complete sets of T3 Turkey Reds, T205 Gold Borders and M116 Sports Lifes and many other high-ticket items.
Mile High’s January auction will include a Babe Ruth and Al Capone signed baseball that also involves Herb Pennock and Eddie Collins in one of the more unique pieces of autographed memorabilia to hit the market recently.