PSA 10 Gem Mint Examples of the Jerry Rice, Rickey Henderson and Joe Montana rookies are just some of the treasures to be found at Mile High through May 14.
Records were set in the March Mile High Card Co. auction, with many bringing the higher prices just months after their previous sale, proving yet again that high-grade cards are exploding in price and worthy of an investment.
Cardboard paradise awaits bidders in the upcoming Mile High Card Co. auction, with highest-graded examples, set breaks and more.
Mile High Card Co. ends 2014 with more than 500 premium quality lots, including rare pieces of memorabilia, the highest graded samples of select rookies and high-ranking sets from the PSA Set Registry.
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.