The 2018 National Sports Collectors Convention scheduled to be held in Cleveland Aug. 1-5 will have plenty of giveaways and promotions throughout the show.
The June auction hosted by Mile High Card Company was highlighted the sale of a 1959 Topps Baseball set that sold for $301,907.
High-quality vintage baseball memorabilia in Mile High Card Company auction is sure to attract the attention of collectors.
The Mile High Card Company’s auction that closes March 22 is the largest the company has ever hosted, with 2,300 lots led by a 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Eddie Plank PSA 2.5.
The December Auction hosted by Mile High Card Company, which ends Dec. 7, is led by a handwritten letter signed by Babe Ruth.
Mile High Card Company has a 1923 handwritten, signed letter from Babe Ruth in its December Auction, which closes on Dec. 7.
Individual cards from the 1933 Delong set and items from “The Beer Box II” find led the way in the September Auction hosted by Mile High Card Company.
Mile High Card Company is once again hosting an auction that is loaded with unopened boxes and packs of sports and non-sports cards products.
Collectors will be busy at the 38th National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago chasing after giveaways and other promotions.
Twelve unopened products of sports trading cards from the 1940s, ’50s and 60s could sell for around $1 million at auction.