Mile High Card Company will offer what it says is the best group of rare 1910 Standard Caramel (E93) cards ever offered at auction.
Strange Inheritance, airing on Fox Business, launches this week with a segment on the 2012 Black Swamp Find of E98 baseball cards in an Ohio attic.
Nearly 3,400 lots are now open for bidding including dozens of game-worn college football and NFL jerseys.
The bat Derek Jeter used to hit his only All-Star Game home run, a T206 Plank and numerous Babe Ruth items are up for grabs at Memory Lane.
A Pittsburgh man doing some work inside the very old house he lives in stumbled upon a baseball card treasure forgotten for decades.
The gloves worn by Muhammad Ali during the 1964 win over Sonny Liston and Babe Ruth’s 1923 World Series watch topped bidding in New York.
A Lou Gehrig signed baseball and a high grade Cy Young card from one of card collecting’s greatest finds headline Huggins & Scott’s new auction.
Seven decades of personal memorabilia make up the Stan Musial collection and paint a fascinating picture of the late baseball icon.
Rich Klein talks with Heritage Auctions Sports Director Chris Ivy about his start in the business, the Black Swamp Find and more.
The Black Swamp Find was only part of the story at Heritage Auctions, which also saw other collectible and historic markets set new marks.
Ten Hall of Famers from the recently discovered Ohio find of E98s will be on display at the Long Beach Expo.
Cards from the Black Swamp find took a backseat to a pristine Babe Ruth autographed baseball–and one of his bats from the famed 1927 season in an auction held on the second night of the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Take a five-minute trip around the floor to see the opening of the 2012 National Sports Collectors Convention.
Publicity over some recent finds of vintage baseball cards has brought more out of the woodwork and into card shops.
You’ll have a chance to see some rare cards and tobacco advertising products at this year’s National. You can also pick up PSA-encapsulated reprints of four cards from the Black Swamp Find.
There was no shortage of publicity over the find of E98 baseball cards in that Ohio attic. There’s no shortage of bidders either.
You’ll get to meet some of the cards found in the Ohio attic if you can make your way to Baltimore for the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Perhaps not everything there is to know about the suddenly famous E98 set, but a good start.
A collection of long lost and pristine E98 cards has been uncovered and consigned to a major auction.