By John McMurray The 1971 Topps baseball set ushered in the modern era of baseball cards. In contrast to cards with white borders, which had characterized most baseball card sets up to that point, Topps’ black-bordered cards represented its boldest …
There’s a saying that is said quite often to refer to things that somebody has a lot of interest in: “It’s in my blood.” An offshoot of that saying, is, “Once it’s in your blood, you never get rid of …
Craig Biggio opens up about collecting, show signings and Jeff Bagwell belonging in the Hall of Fame in exclusive SCD interview.
SCP Auctions is presenting a pair of extremely rare game-worn uniforms from the final season campaigns of two New York Yankees legends – Joe DiMaggio (1951) and Thurman Munson (1979). Bidding is set to surpass $250K total for the two uniforms with bidding ending Dec. 5.
Julien’s offering N.Y. Yankees game-used jerseys in Sports Legends sale, including a 1971 Thurman Munson home flannel. A Michael Jordan uniform, items items by Babe Ruth and rare medals are also a part of the sale.
More than 500 lots of collectibles across collecting categories will be sold by Philip Weiss on May 21, including games from the sports world’s biggest stars.
Collect Auctions delivers its largest offering of unopened product to date, headlined by a 1975 Topps Baseball vending case and nearly 50 other lots.
Bidding is underway, with a 1978 Topps Football unopened cello case already past $12,000. A couple dozen lots of unopened material, along with signed sets across decades, are drawing many bids. Auction closes Dec. 4.
Grey Flannel’s Summer Games auction is live, ending June 18, with some great items that include Mickey Mantle’s farewell speech notes, a signed Murderer’s Row team photo, Michael Jordan’s signed shoes and much more.
With renditions of Thurman Munson and Derk Jeter available, collectors can see where artist Mike Kupka’s loyalties lie. But the sports artist is more than Yankees, as his work with Disney and Lucas Films showcase. Meet the artist and see some of this work, including an interesting take on MLB logos.