A newly discovered autograph page from a 1944 baseball publication contains the autographs of Negro League figures including Josh Gibson.
Love of the Game’s 2014 Winter Auction has opened with hundreds of vintage cards and memorabilia on the block.
One of the best known Babe Ruth autographed baseballs, a high grade card of a current superstar and hundreds of other items were sold as Memory Lane wrapped up its final auction of the year with a tally of nearly $1.6 million.
A Kodak employee tested an early home movie camera in 1929, using his son obtaining a Babe Ruth signed baseball as his script. Now that ball, perhaps the only one with video provenance, is up for bid through Memory Lane.
One of the best known single-signed Babe Ruth baseballs known to exist changed hands for $97,000 in Memory Lane Inc.’s latest I Own It Now catalog event last week.
Among the 1,000+ lots in the private sale catalog are three Babe Ruth signed baseballs, all grading between PSA 7.5 and 8.5.
There was no shortage of publicity over the find of E98 baseball cards in that Ohio attic. There’s no shortage of bidders either.
Dave Chaffin has one of the best vintage sports memorabilia collections you’ll find in any restaurant. Now he says he’s selling it off to raise cash.
An estate sale in Minnesota featured a decades-old baseball autographed by Babe Ruth. That part is true. The rest of the story…maybe not.
Memory Lane’s spring catalog auction closed with the first known $100,000 sale of a PSA 8 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle.
A high grade Babe Ruth autographed baseball was among some of the bigger ticket items in a sale conducted by Historic Auctions.