1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle


Clemente and Mantle Cards, Gehrig Trophy Pace Auction

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.

Mantle Cards Crush Records in MLI Auction

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.

Notes: Mantle Still on Fire; Collector is Theft Victim; Cool Canucks Cave

More record prices for Mickey Mantle cards may be coming, a hockey collector and small businessman suffers a burglary and another Canadian’s amazing hockey man cave.

Photo of the Day: “Number 6, Mickey Mantle”

A photo from the opening weeks of his major league career shows a young Mickey Mantle as he slides into third base.

Early Mantle Cards Top Mile High Auction

A huge price for a high-grade Mantle rookie card and some other early Micks paced bidding in the company’s Fall Catalog Auction.

MHCC: Auction Opening Day Set Record

Early Mantle cards and one of the hobby’s top 1953 Topps sets drew bidders to the kickoff of Mile High Card Company’s Fall Auction.

Ranking the Population of Early Mantle Cards

Our infographic puts the population of graded early Mickey Mantle cards in focus.

1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle: Undervalued?

His 1952 Topps card may be on the Mt. Rushmore of collecting, but the 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle seems comparatively undervalued.

Mantle Card Giveaway Helps MHCC to Record Consignments

After giving away a ’52 Topps Mantle, Mile High Card is bringing a record number of consignments to auction including a 1951 Bowman Mantle rookie graded 8.

45 Years Ago Marked End of the Line for Mickey Mantle

Mickey Mantle called it quits on March 1, 1969, eighteen years after he first popped out of late season baseball card packs. It’s our eBay Card of the Day.

Vintage Card Giveaways Help Inaugurate New St. Louis Area Show

Some collectors at this weekend’s All-American Sports Collectors Show walked away with some well-loved, but still valuable door prizes as the three-day event tried to stake its claim as a yearly event.

1951 Bowman Mantle Rookie Card Sold for $600K

The highest PSA-graded 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle rookie card has become the second most expensive sports card ever sold.