Got $775,000? There’s a T206 Honus Wagner card with your name on it up for bid on eBay.
The Dan Wheldon benefit auction has been a big hit with bidders. You might be surprised at the selling price of some race-worn helmets.
One lucky pack-popper pulled the pick of the 2011 football card litter.
A group of rare vintage Cuban baseball cards from the collection of Richard Merkin are among the items up for bid.
A bat Babe Ruth gave to an Irish hurling star is on the block.
The Mother’s Day pink bats, gloves, cleats and other gear is up for bid as Major League Baseball’s annual breast cancer fundraiser gets underway.
Luc Robitaille is selling 62 lots of hockey memorabilia from his career in an auction he says will raise money for a foundation he and his wife run.
Dividing up hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from their father’s career was a daunting task for Robin Roberts’ children, so they made the tough call to auction it.
One of the Babe’s last blasts was the biggest hit in this year’s Louisville Slugger Factory & Museum Auction.
Hunt Auctions shows a Philly TV station some of the items in this weekend’s annual Louisville Slugger Auction.
Bidding heats up for an item that had folks saying “say it ain’t so, Sammy”.
The latest 1-of-1 2010 Bowman Stephen Strasburg rookie card is now on the block–this one autographed and about to set a new record at auction.
Meantime, the man who spent $16 K on the first one goes on ESPN.
The Hit King claims he didn’t cork this one.
An 86- year-old signed hockey stick from Canada’s juggernaut Olympic team is on the auction block.
Hockey relics are on the block as Classic Auctions offers its final event of 2009.
Lou Brock’s collection of baseball memorabilia hits the block this week. Why is he joining Bob Gibson in selling off his momentos?
The timing couldn’t be better for New York based Gotta Have It!, which launches a major auction on the day the Yankees and Phillies begin the 2009 World Series.
They were the talk of the NFL on Sunday. The Denver Broncos 1960 throwback uniforms didn’t play to rave reviews, but expect some serious bidding if and when they hit the auction block.
A failed business has put some college football championship memorabilia on the auction block.
A rare autographed baseball from the 1920s Yankee dynasty was on the block this week and drawing a lot of interest. When the eBay clock struck zero this three signature ball was at over $38,000– not enough to meet the reserve price.