The No. 1 lot failed to meet reserve, but that didn’t stall bidding at Goldin Auctions, where the company’s October Legends sale topped $2.65 million, led by the finest 1939 Play Ball set in the land ($202K).
The 1957 Topps Baseball set that brought the standard size to baseball cards fulfilled collectors with HOFers and provided plenty of quirks throughout. This lengthy article covers the set from every angle, thanks to plenty of dealer input. Which card is your favorite of the bunch?
The National Museum of American Jewish History is planning a major exhibit called “Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Jews in America” and are looking for baseball fans’ help in sharing memories, artifacts and memorabilia.
T206 Wagner, Ruth rookie, 1963 Koufax jersey and Old Mill Jackson among the featured attractions for Robert Edward Auctions in their annual spring sale that kicks off April 20 and ends May 18. The telephone book known as the sale’s catalog will be shipping soon.
SCD readers are intimately familiar with the artwork of Dick Perez. Now the East Coast’s socialites get to experience the same, as Perez’s work will be on display as a solo exhibit at the Agora Gallery in NYC. A public reception will be held April 4.
Ron Lewis is known for his spectacular artwork of baseball players. His latest piece is a fantasy group shot of Jewish baseball players, highlighted by Sandy Koufax and Ryan Braun. The piece should be available in November.
Babe Ruth isn’t the only Hall of Fame baseball player who can pull in some big bids. A Sandy Koufax jersey from 1965 topped six figures, as did Kobe Bryant’s rookie jersey.
Grey Flannel’s latest sports memorabilia auction includes a wide selection of game-used jerseys, from Sandy Koufax and Reggie Jackson to Larry Csonka and Wayne Gretzky.
Compiling a Top 10 list of the most collectibles pitchers isn’t easy, which is why this list contains 12 pitchers. In part one of a series, here is a glance at Nos. 12 through 5 in descending order.