Are there really old football cards still hiding in America’s attics? Apparently so. An 1894 Mayo Cut Plug John Dunlop just walked into a long-time dealer’s shop this week, making it an early candidate for ‘find of the year’.
Steve Phillips covers Texas like a blanket for Huggins & Scott Auctions.
One of Lou Gehrig’s last jerseys, a game-used bat from the 1920s and a single signed baseball have been consigned to Robert Edward Auctions’ upcoming catalog event.
They’re champs again, but this auction is a throwback to the Lombardi dynasty.
Lost to baseball history, an early 20th century inventor’s pitch to hit-hungry players makes its way to the collector’s market.
Brandon Steiner was no rich kid. That didn’t stop the Brooklyn native from building one of the most recognizable brands in the sports memorabilia business.