Two more cards crack the six-figure barrier at auction, each netting the owner a tidy profit while more Jerry Kramer Collection items find new homes.
Two familiar 1950s baseball cards sold for nearly $1 million combined Saturday night, but they were just the tip of the iceberg in a $7.2 million auction tally.
Dr. J’s rookie card is just the tip of the iceberg in the 1972-73 Topps Basketball set which packed a huge quantity of big names into its 10-cent packs.
A tour of the best baseball rookie cards of the 1960s includes some of the post-War era’s most popular–and pricey cards but also some that seem underrated.
Can’t tackle the T206? Cracker Jacks confounding your cash flow? No worries. We’ve got ten cheap Honus Wagner baseball cards for you to chase.
There’s much to like in the 1971-72 Topps basketball set, including the arrival of ABA players. Just don’t go looking for an unopened box.
As a new era loomed, the 1966 Philadelphia Football set brought us a couple of ‘monster’ rookie cards and some featuring the first Super Bowl champs.
What was inside those pouches didn’t do your health any favors but the Red Man baseball cards of the 1950s can be addicting.
Wheatland Auction Services is offering hundreds of T205, T206 and T207 cards from an elderly man’s estate as part of its newly-launched Winter Auction.
Finding original cheap Babe Ruth cards isn’t easy but there are some nice ones out there that can be had for a few hundred dollars.
Limited to just two dozen stars of the day with a unique design, the 1933 DeLong cards stand out–even if they couldn’t land The Babe.
From the late 1950s to the mid-1960s Kahn’s basketball cards were a staple inside hot dog packages.
A double dip of World War II era players including Joe D and pair of Teds highlight the Vintage Set Break of the Week.
The last ABA cards, 36-pack boxes and a team photo taken at the airport. Forty years on, a look at the ups and downs of the 1975-76 Topps Basketball set.
The Michael Jordan of hockey is now a grandpa but the Wayne Gretzky rookie card is on a power play.
A mint Hank Aaron rookie card tripled the previous record price, but that wasn’t the only big number laid down in Mile High Card Company’s winter auction.
With excess cases dumped into the ocean and distribution somewhat limited, the 1952 Topps high numbers are the ultimate challenge for collectors.
Bulking up and abandoning its series concept, the 1973 Topps Football set keeps set builders busy.
Some phenomenal research has finally offered insight into the century-old baseball cards visible in the backs of some photos from the Library of Congress.
The Mickey Mantle market continues to sizzle with the finest basic set of his cards on PSA’s registry selling for more than $750,000 at Memory Lane.