A 1934 cap attributed to Babe Ruth comes to auction, hope for the Feller Museum, the Dodgers’ new GM chased cards in the Philippines and Mad Bum’s signing underwear.
A collector who built sets from old school dealers years ago has consigned a remarkable run of sets and near sets from the ‘golden era’.
There are thousands of different baseball card sets at the National but for Cleveland collector Richard Sevel, the hunt centers around one of them.
Where is the sports card market headed? Dr. Paul Lieber says he’s got a suggestion because he doesn’t care for where it’s at right now.
A couple of major issues and some eclectic cards make 1922 stand out as a year that attracts buyers–and sellers.
He literally wrote the book on baseball card classification, devoting the majority of his life to what was then a fringe hobby at best for adults. Now, the late Jefferson Burdick’s accomplishments have him up for an honor bestowed by an organization that believes baseball is more than just stats.