An original image of the 1927 Yankees, just days before they would open the World Series, is among the lots up for bid this week.
A generous collector chased down Babe Ruth’s 1934 Tour of Japan cap to go with the uniform he’d loaned to the Little League Museum in 2013.
Andre Dawson’s 1987 MVP award and a 1932 Babe Ruth cap were among the headliners in the second half of a two-part event.
A local radio interview, preserved for decades, lets us listen to Lou Gehrig expound on baseball topics including a reference to autographs.
Several top quality sets and near sets, including T205, E93, 1952 Topps and 1957 Topps will be parceled out during the 1,500 lot event.
A ball used during the playoff game that resulted in sanctions against the New England Patriots joins Bobby Orr’s 1971 All-Star jersey and other items.
A photo from the first hour of the Yankees’ first World Series appearance in 1921 shows a young Babe Ruth grabbing a lead off second base.
A young Babe Ruth poses with teammates on the 1918 World Series champion Red Sox for a rare team photo currently up for grabs.
Featuring two cards that were never issued with the very limited test set, a 1968 Topps 3-D sheet is on the block along with a 1/1 1921 Holsum Babe Ruth.
Dropping his cell phone behind a wall turned out to be a good move for a New Jersey man who got it back and found a long hidden stash of old baseball cards.
A rare photograph up for bid shows Babe Ruth tipping his cap for photographers after announcing (premature) plans to retire at the end of the 1934 season.
Signed the day after Christmas, 1933, Babe Ruth’s first will, signed with his full given name, is being offered by SCP 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.
He was soon bound for Hartford and Lou Gehrig defers to his veteran teammates on a newly discovered 1924 Yankees team photo.
A previously unknown stylized news photo of Casey Stengel dates from the day after he crushed the first World Series home run in Yankee Stadium history.
A photo showing Babe Ruth shaking hands with Lou Gehrig after a titanic blast in the 1927 World Series leads off RMY Auctions’ January event.
Babe Ruth’s 1918 contract with the Red Sox topped the most expensive pieces of sports memorabilia sold in 2014.
Hundreds of historic sports images are on the block this week on eBay including the famously touching photo of Babe Ruth hugging Lou Gehrig on July 4, 1939.
A group of original photos featuring Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson and other early sports luminaries, open for bidding this week.
Shaking off the winter rust, Babe Ruth prepares for spring training in a rare photo now up for auction.