Four Ruths, Gehrig, Foxx and some solid cards of Hall of Famers will be randomly distributed as Burl’s rolls out a ’33 Goudey set break this month.
On a special anniversary, a look at some recent sales of vintage Lou Gehrig cards and what’s hot on eBay.
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.
A 1930s youngster acquired a treasure trove of uncut Goudey Gum trading card sheets. Three, including one with three Ruths and a Gehrig, are at auction.
An inherited collection of nearly 70 pre-War baseball cards, more than half of which are Hall of Famers and Hindu T206s, will be sold by Beckett Auctions.
A high quality example of Ruth’s rookie card and numerous vintage sets and rare cards are among the lots on the block through March 19.
No bucks for Babe? Not enough greenbacks for Gehrig? Here are 5 1933 Goudey baseball cards that are worthy of your collection and won’t cost a fortune.
Collect what you like, but here are some of what many consider the most popular baseball card sets made in the first half of the 20th century.
Babe Ruth shared the stage with a rare 1932 U.S. Caramel card of a former U.S. president as Robert Edward Auctions wrapped up its 2014 Fall Auction.
More than 1,000 lots will be up for bid including the Rocky Mountain Collection, a fresh collection of 1911 Sporting Life, vintage unopened material and more.
Hundreds of T206 cards, dozens of iconic Hall of Famers and several complete sets have been purchased and will soon be up for bid after a major collection is sold.
Trying to give players from long ago an ‘official’ rookie card is dicey business.
An international man of mystery? Austin Powers was nothing compared to Moe Berg who made his mark before, during and after World War II.
A new buyback product hits the market this weekend with the release of 2014 Leaf Legends of the Diamond.
High grade baseball card sets and near sets led the way as Mile High Card Company closed out 2013 with a smaller auction that packed a punch.
Minor leaguers, retired stars and a missing number. Sounds like a modern day set but it’s an apt description of the 1933 Goudey Baseball set and the mysterious Nap Lajoie card.
Dozens of vintage sports cards including pre-War rarities and a signed 1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig are kicking off Love of the Game Auctions’ maiden voyage.
A pair of high grade Goudeys and a rare back rookie card of Babe Ruth drew high bids in a Goodwin & Company auction.
Seven of the sports collecting hobby’s most popular and iconic vintage baseball card sets, all in high grade are being broken up and will be sold card by card in a special, one-week event being launched by Memory Lane Inc. today. The combined value of the cards runs deep into seven figures.
Babe Ruth’s place in baseball history is well documented. He sits at or near the top of the record books in several statistical categories. He is widely regarded by baseball historians as the most dominant hitter of his generation. Babe Ruth’s emergence as a baseball star coincided with the surge in popularity of the sport. […]