REA raises the possibility that it’s the bat he used to hit the first home run in Yankee Stadium history.
A major collection of high-grade and rare vintage baseball card singles is being broken up and sold over the next two weeks.
A “Once in a Lifetime” accumulation of vintage baseball card sets, some including all variations and all high grade, are up for sale.
Hall of Famer Julius “Dr. J” Erving’s 1974 New York Nets ABA World Championship ring sold for $460,741 and set a record price for a sports ring in SCP Auctions’ November auction which concluded early Sunday.
One of Lou Gehrig’s last bats is off to a strong start at auction while modern day Yankee memorabilia goes on the block and Jerry Sandusky’s ring goes up on eBay…briefly.
Robert Edward Auctions has acquired a large group of rare pre-War cards from the estate of a long-time collector, including the T206 set’s most prized rarity.
Activity in the sports category is sparse at the moment, but Coollectors.com is hoping its free options lead to an increase in buying, selling, trading and just keeping track of your stuff online.
A one-of-a-kind full ticket from the first ever big league All Star Game and a 63-year-old pack of basketball cards were among the highlights as Memory Lane closed out its latest catalog auction.
Starting next Monday, collectors will have another outlet for buying at auction.
One of the best of the ‘big four’ comes to auction.
The shot that made the Great One the Highest Scoring One turned into a pretty pricey puck.
Hunt Auctions will get the new baseball season underway with a major auction in Philadelphia that includes numerous items from the career of the late Robin Roberts.
A near set of T206 cards and what may be the last autograph Thurman Munson ever signed are among the hundreds of items on the block this month at Huggins & Scott.
A pair of high-grade vintage baseball cards were the top sellers in Memory Lane’s latest venture.
They’re champs again, but this auction is a throwback to the Lombardi dynasty.
eBay’s home page has been given a makeover in hopes of making it more efficient, more relevant and more useful.
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.
Rick Moore’s long-ago tryout with the Yankees turned out OK after all.
Some of the best vintage card sets you’ll find are just part of “Own it Now”…a new sales initiative designed to complement Memory Lane Inc’s regular auction events.
“Own it Now” offers fixed price/best offer opportunities for those who’d rather not risk selling high end items via auction.