Robert Edward Auctions

Show Coming to Washington’s FedEx Field

The home of Washington D.C.'s NFL team will be home to a three-day event hosted by Fanatics Shows in September.

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Helmar Card of the Week: Joe Tinker, 1914 Chicago Chi-Feds

We kick off a new feature showcasing Helmar Brewing's amazing art cards with Joe Tinker and a piece depicting the Hall of Famer during the 1914 Federal League season.

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Notes: LC Greenwood Auction, Beckett Suit, Rogers Offer, Pricey ’78 Ryan

A roundup of hobby-related stories including the LC Greenwood estate auction, Beckett suing Zistle.com and a huge price for a PSA 10 1978 Topps Nolan Ryan.

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Topps Museum Collection Box Break

Rich Klein digs into a box of the latest upper end baseball product. What's inside the box of Topps Museum Collection 2015?

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T206 Wagner Brings $1.32 Million

A VG copy of the 'holy grail' topped bidding in the $7.5 million Robert Edward Auctions sale, which came to a close early Sunday.

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Vintage Sports Card News

PSA 3 T206 Honus Wagner

T206 Wagner Brings $1.32 Million

A VG copy of the ‘holy grail’ topped bidding in the $7.5 million Robert Edward Auctions sale, which came to a close early Sunday.

Modern Sports Card News

Topps Museum Box 2015

Topps Museum Collection Box Break

Rich Klein digs into a box of the latest upper end baseball product. What’s inside the box of Topps Museum Collection 2015?

What’s Hot in the Shop

National-Treasures-Football

What’s Hot? NT is IT

Mike says in a crowded stretch of releases, 2014 National Treasures football stands out. He’s also got the top five list of current hot selling boxes.

Rich Klein’s Ramblings

Michael-Downs

Ramblings: Show Notes

Rich Klein found a great autograph guest and is hoping it leads to others…and anyone for half day dealer rates? It’s all part of his show notes.

Popular Stories

Andrew Mei

New Jersey Man Arrested for Dealing Fake Cards…Again

Prosecutors say Andrew Mei picked up where he left off last year, buying real cards, replicating them and selling the fakes to eBay buyers.

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