Our infographic puts the population of graded early Mickey Mantle cards in focus.
1950s Mickey Mantle cards and other high-grade vintage material climbed to new heights as Memory Lane closed out its latest catalog auction with more than $2.1 million in sales.
Prices for 1952 Topps Mantle cards at certain grade levels continue to climb and that could mean if you don’t get in now, you’ll regret it later.
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.
Two PSA 8 Mantle cards sold for nearly $800,000 combined within 24 hours at separate auctions during the National Sports Collectors Convention.
A 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle graded PSA 8 and one of his late career game-worn jerseys generated the highest bids in a live auction Thursday night.
Consign during the National and you might leave Chicago with one of the most popular cards ever made.
Memorabilia of Chicago icons and this 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle, are generating plenty of interest at Heritage Auctions’ Summer Platinum Night.
Major price increases in the last couple of years have collectors holding higher grade 1953 Topps Mickey Mantle cards feeling good.
Impatience is often at the heart of poor decisions when it comes to selling cards. But too much patience isn’t good either.
Goldin Auctions will offer dozens of premium lots at its live sale during this summer’s National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago.
You could have done worse things with your money than buy card #177 in the 1968 Topps set and recent prices indicate the sharp upward trend is continuing.
More valuable and popular cards exist but these 10 baseball cards helped to shape the hobby into what it is today.
A T206 Honus Wagner had the share the spotlight with a huge price attained by a PSA 8 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle in SCP Auctions’ Fall Premier early Sunday.
The assembly of recently consigned game-worn football jerseys from hobby pioneer John Kindler has already garnered nearly $450,000 in sales.
Doug Wielinski lost his life in 2009 when a commercial plane crashed into the family’s Buffalo area home.
Steven Norris is heading to prison and will have to pay back eBay buyers after he and his brother kept cashier’s checks or sent reprints of vintage cards.
M101-5 Ruth, Cracker Jack Jackson, T206 Plank…they’re all among over 1,300 lots about to go on the auction block at Robert Edward Auctions.
Hall of Famers from every era including some high grade examples from one man’s lifelong tobacco card collection are up for grabs.