A 1967 Topps Baseball card set that is ranked #4 on the PSA Set Registry is one of the headlining items in the current Mile High Card Company auction.
Collectors of T206 baseball cards were in a frenzy during Heritage Auctions’ recent auction of the No. 1 T206 set on the PSA Set Registry.
A T206 Honus Wagner card graded PSA 2 sold for $600,000 in the record-setting ‘Holy Grail’ Auction held by Memory Lane in May.
“The Original Wagner” card with an ownership history traced back to 1909 is available in the 2017 Spring Premier Auction hosted by SCP Auctions.
Never heard of Conestoga Auction Co.? You might want to update your auction list. The Pennsylvania company is offering a single-owner collection of prewar and power gems, including T205s, T206s, 1952 Topps and everything in between.
The name of Arizona Diamondbacks owner Ken Kendrick is well known in hobby circles, as he owns some of the most pristine examples of the most valuable cards in the hobby. Thirty cards from his collection will be on display at the National Convention, courtesy of Memory Lane.
A T206 Eddie Plank graded PSA 5 sold for $107,110 to lead the auction, which featured a Roberto Clemente game bat, 1916 Sporting News complete set and a signed Babe Ruth ball that came with video footage of him signing the ball. All prices are now listed.