The 3-D Kellogg’s baseball cards were first introduced to the sports cards hobby in 1970 and were released each year 14 years.
Hobbyists who collect vintage sports photography have plenty of options to choose from in the current Heritage Auctions’ catalog auction.
BidAMI.com, also known as Memorabilia Experts, is hosting two March auctions that will feature sports and non-sports memorabilia.
A Roberto Clemente collector received a surprise when he found a photo of himself and his family from 1965 in a Clemente Collect-A-Book.
Of all those to make the Major Leagues from Puerto Rico, Roberto Clemente remains the most popular with fans in Puerto Rico.
From the opening bell, the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card graded PSA 6.5 but possessing the sharpness and centering of a NM/MT card was on its way to record territory, crossing the $100,000 threshold within hours of bidding. When all was said and done, the card changed hands to the tune of $188,207.
SCP Auctions knew it had historical documents in the ‘Laws of Base Ball’, spreading the word far and wide. The $3.2 million sale price set a record among baseball documents and placed them in hallowed ground in history.
It’s no surprise the leading items in SCP Auctions’ latest sale are the 1956 Sandy Koufax Dodgers jersey and 1857 ‘Laws of Base Ball’ documents. Bidding wraps up April 23.
One of two 1888 Allen & Ginter cards of Buck Ewing graded PSA 9 joins The Babe, Ty, Honus, Ted, Jackie, Willie, Mickey and more in Memory Lane’s upcoming I Own It Now catalog that opens Friday, Mar. 4. Buy or make an offer.
Slurpees are on the cusp of a milestone anniversary, and the cups that housed the slushy drink hosted more than baseball stars.