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1929 Yankees Autographed Baseball Once Owned by Monk Will Raise Money for School

Signed 1929 Yankees ball Gehrig

A 1929 Yankees autographed baseball passed down through the years is now up for bid, with proceeds set to benefit a New Jersey prep school.

Big Bucks for Ozzie’s Gold Gloves, Babe’s Sweater, Oscar’s MVP and Hornung’s Heisman

1922 Babe Ruth sweater Yankees

Ozzie Smith’s 13 Gold Gloves brought $519, 203, Babe Ruth’s old Yankee sweater brought more than $250,00 and several other pieces sold for well into six figures in SCP Auctions’ final major catalog sale of 2012.

Rare Vintage Finds, Ruth Signed Baseballs Highlight Just Opened Memory Lane Auction

Eddie Plank T206

One of the better examples of the rare T206 Eddie Plank join some fresh discoveries in Memory Lane’s “The Find” auction.

1929 Ruth Signed Baseball Comes with Video Proof

1929 Babe Ruth autographing baseball

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.

PSA Reaches 20 Million Items Certified

Bryce Harper 2011 Bowman Chrome auto

From 200 or 300 items certified per month to more than one million per year, PSA’s ongoing growth has pushed the company to a new milestone.

Bidding for Ali Fight Gloves, Ozzie’s Gold Gloves Heats Up

Boxing gloves Ali Liston

Two pair of Muhammad Ali boxing gloves from a couple famous fights have pushed past a half million dollars as bidding heads into its final days via the SCP Auctions catalog.

Storm Forces Sale of 1914 Baltimore News Ruth

Babe Ruth rookie card 1914

Just two months after buying it, an east coast collector whose home was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy has consigned his 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth card.

Early Baseball Hall of Famer Autographs, Vintage Unopened Material Highlight Auction

Signed Babe Ruth cut auto

Collect Auctions’ latest catalog event closes this coming week with Ruth, Gehrig, Cobb, Clemente and others among dozens of autographed items up for bid.

Newly Graded 1916 M101-5 Complete Set Coming to Auction

Babe Ruth M101-5

A high grade 1916 M101-5 Sporting News baseball card set, one never before seen in the mainstream hobby, has been consigned to Memory Lane’s upcoming auction.

Babe’s 1921 Britches Headline Grey Flannel Holiday Auction

Babe Ruth pinstripe pants 1921

Babe Ruth’s first pair of pinstripes is up for bid. A pair of 1921 game pants joins an autographed Ruth ball, a Ty Cobb bat and other items in Grey Flannel Auctions’ catalog sale.

Quirky 1921-23 National Caramel Set Relied on Repeats

Wally Pipp

The National Caramel set issued during the early 1920s includes some familiar photos, error cards and a scarce card of Babe Ruth.

W515 Set is Packed With Name Players

W515 G.C. Alexander

Long ago Hall of Famers at reasonable prices? The W515 baseball card set offers plenty of opportunities for collectors to buy old stuff cheap.

1933 Goudey Baseball Was Mystery Wrapped in Enigma

1933 Goudey Carl Hubbell

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.

1969-70 Bazooka Baseball: Unique Set Honored Game’s Greats

1969-70 Bazooka Gehrig

Looking for an affordable set more than 40 years old, oozing baseball history? Check out the 1969-70 Bazooka Baseball set.

Ultimate Babe Ruth Collectible? His Last Car

1948 Lincoln Babe Ruth

The last car owned by Babe Ruth has a new owner. Check out the video and find out who gave it to him and why.

Joe DiMaggio World Series Ring, Babe Ruth Bat Headline Louisville Slugger Auction

1951 Joe DiMaggio Yankees World Series ring

Hunt Auctions is preparing for the 9th annual Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum Auction with hundreds of vintage baseball cards and memorabilia going up for bid including a 1951 Joe DiMaggio World Series ring and 1920s Babe Ruth bat.

Oregon Man Gets Prison Time for Bogus Autographs

Chad Baldwin

An Oregon man will watch the World Series from a prison cell after being convicted of selling fake autographs.

The Memorabilia Market: Eye on the Future

1953 Mickey Mantle All Star Game Bat

In the fifth of a ten-part question and answer session, some auction house reps talk about what types of sports memorabilia have solid potential for growth.

USPS Play Ball! Book Includes Graig Kreindler Paintings

Lou_Gehrig_1939_May_2_Dugout

Non-collectors can buy something for you that you’ll actually like this holiday season. Or just buy it yourself. Artist Graig Kreindler’s amazing baseball paintings are featured in Play Ball!, a U.S. Postal Service Publication.

1914 Scout’s Scrapbook to Auction; Says White Sox Were Offered Babe Ruth

Ruth-Orioles

Newly discovered correspondence between Charles Comiskey and one of his scouts reveals the White Sox had first shot at buying the young Babe Ruth. Now, the scrapbook that holds the telegrams–and numerous hand-signed letters from the famously tight-fisted Old Roman–are heading to auction.