Baseball cards featuring individual players tend to be most popular with collectors, but the 1968 Topps Baseball set also has unique mulit-player cards.
Mickey Mantle continues to set records as one of his game used jerseys from the 1964 World Series recently sold in a Heritage auction for $1.32 million.
Memorabilia and baseball cards revolving around Yankees players Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle are sure to draw plenty of attention in Heritage auction.
Collectors looking for high-end trading cards of Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantle and others have some to choose from in Memory Lane auction.
The hobby is filled with stories of collectors finding treasures in unexpected locations, keeping hope alive for other collectors to do the same.
The first MLB All-Star Game was played in 1933 and since that time some of its most memorable moments have been commemorated on baseball cards.
Collectors of sports memorabilia will collect just about anything sports related, and an item that is seeing an increased interest from collectors is game tickets that feature an image of a player on them.
Shohei Ohtani mania continues to grow with collectors as recently two Ohtani autographed cards sold on eBay for an excess of $30,000.
A top 10 rated complete set of 1952 Topps Baseball is being broken up and auctioned in Memory Lane Inc.’s Spring Catalog Auction.
Clean Sweep Auctions is hosting an auction that is comprised of more than 2,000 lots that include a variety of memorabilia, most of it with start bids of $500 or less.