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Historic Early Helms Hall of Fame Collection Set for Auction

Game used Herb Pennock glove 1927 World Series

Sports artifacts from America’s first ‘Hall of Fame’ museum including a circa 1955 Heisman Trophy, join items from Jack Dempsey, Herb Pennock and others.

Bat Signed by 1924 Senators, President Coolidge Coming to Auction

Autographed bat 1924 Washington Senators President Coolidge

DC’s last championship was 80 years ago with the Senators. Now a bat signed by that 1924 team and Silent Cal is heading for auction.

Gehrig Mitt Brings $287,500; Minneapolis TV Covers Auction, Card Show

Lou Gehrig signed mitt

One of Lou Gehrig’s old gloves, given to a young boy in the 1930′s and Roy Campanella’s Hall of Fame ring paced the 2014 All-Star FanFest Auction Tuesday.

Photo of the Day: Last NFL Player to Refuse a Helmet

Edgar Manske

Weeks before the 1940 NFL Championship game, star receiver Edgar Manske, who never used a helmet, snares a pass. The photo is one of over 300 up for auction tonight.

Photo of the Day: Yanks and Beers: Bronx Bombers Celebrate ’37 Title

New York Yankees 1937 World Series

The 1937 World Series belongs to the Yankees and the beer is flowing in the clubhouse.

Not Quite Cards: A Look at Sports Card-Related Memorabilia

1930s Diamond Matchbooks from their popular football, baseball and hockey issues.

Matchbooks featuring players, cigar labels, flip books, scorecards, season passes and more provide options for collectors seeking something different.

Photo of the Day: Staubach’s Coming Out Party

Coach Wayne Hardin Roger Staubach 1962

Our Photo of the Day shows Roger Staubach, then a Navy sophomore, after his efforts led Navy past Army in 1962 while JFK watched from the stands.

Photo of the Day: Rookie Roger Leads Off

Cleveland Indians Roger Maris rookie year photo 1957

Showing him as an untested rookie four years from becoming the single season home run king, this 1957 Roger Maris photograph is at RMY Auctions.

Vintage Photo of the Day: Mel Ott, Teen Big Leaguer

1927 Mel Ott photograph New York Giants

An original 1927 news photo of a very young Mel Ott helps lead off RMY Auctions’ July event.

Babe Ruth Memorabilia Exhibit Coming to NSCC

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Fans and collectors will get a chance to see and even touch some rare and valuable Babe Ruth memorabilia at the upcoming NSCC event at Cleveland’s I-X Center.

Ruth, All-Star Auctioneers Get TV Time Ahead of Big Events

1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth

Ken Goldin and David Hunt show off some of the big ticket items up for grabs right now.

Vintage Sports Memorabilia Questions and Answers

1874 full page Harper's Weekly woocut print of the Philadelphia Athletics including a young Cap Anson at bottom right.

Topics include Harper’s Woodcuts, authenticating World Series rings and photography.

Babe Ruth Letter Now Up for Bid Was Sold for $1

Babe Ruth signature

A Babe Ruth signed letter now part of a Centennial Auction of Babe-a-bilia was inside an old scrapbook. The buyer paid $1.

Jim Brown’s ’64 Championship Ring, Williams Uniform, More in Lelands Auction

Jim Brown 1964 NFL championship ring

The auction also features a Willie Mays game jacket, Cy Young handwritten letter, Hank Aaron glove and a car you’ve got to see to believe.

Ali Gloves, Ruth’s 702nd HR Ball Highlight Auction

Signed Babe Ruth 702nd home run ball

A live auction in Cleveland will tempt hobby’s most serious collectors later this month as some high end sports memorabilia hits the block.

Home Runs, Brawls and Foul Balls

1957 Brawl at Brooklyn's Ebbits Field, including Gil Hodges, Walt Alston, and Eddie Mathews (41) throwing a punch at Don Drysale.

Images from a New Jersey man’s collection of vintage New York baseball photos.

Signed Lou Gehrig Mitt Headlines All-Star FanFest Auction

First basemans mitt Lou Gehrig

A young boy whose family was close with Lou Gehrig and his wife in the mid-1930′s wound up with a treasure–and a lifelong memory.

Identification Tips for Beginning Collectors of Sports Paintings

Gerry Dvorak acrylic painting of Buck Leonard signed by both.

Learn how to identify the different types of sports paintings and how to spot reproductions.

Acquired for Cash…and Chicken…1975 Payton Jersey Goes on Block

Walter Payton Bears jersey 1975

MEARS Online Auctions is offering a jersey from Walter Payton’s rookie year, once obtained for a small amount of cash and a bucket of chicken.

Photographer’s Work Joins Other Baseball Memorabilia at Auction

Photographs

A legendary photographer’s negatives and prints join a collection of baseball memorabilia from a devoted Red Sox fan at an auction next week.