It may be the most expensive game worn football jersey ever sold. A 1940s Sammy Baugh Redskins jersey brought over $100,000 in New Orleans.
Want to collect the good stuff but aren’t sure where to start? Auction house officials tell us what they tell new clients.
A unique T206 Honus Wagner card, its back bearing a date stamp matching the date of the decisive game of the 1909 World Series will be featured in Robert Edward Auctions’ 2012 catalog event.
The first “Miracle on Ice” jersey has been sold. Defenseman Ken Morrow’s #3 shirt from that magic night was purchased early Thursday.
You won’t believe how much memorabilia the St. Louis Cardinals have accumulated thanks in part to their participation in major auctions. At the moment, there’s no place to show it off beyond the internet, so they’re sending some to the Clinton Presidential Library.
There’s no physical location yet, but the St. Louis Cardinals Museum is online with a brand new website full of memorabilia.
A Wall Street blogger talks Wagner.
Among the items in a New York man’s sports memorabilia stash is a crazy collection of baseballs signed by world leaders…with interesting stories behind them.
Rich Klein discusses Topps’ troubles with the Diamond Collection website and recalls the day he ate a 12-year-old piece of gum–and it was worth it.
Game used jerseys, the Baltimore Colts original charter, Super Bowl footballs and more are part of the upcoming Super Bowl 46 auction. We’ve got the when, where and what else.
The collection of the man who literally wrote the book on baseball cards–or at least catalogued them–may be coming to a computer near you.
A three decade collection of baseball memorabilia sitting in an old home that served as a St. Louis dental office is destroyed by fire.
News and notes including a phenomenal collection of historic signed photos.
Topps has signed a deal with the United States Olympic Committee to create a special card set prior to the 2012 Olympics in London.
A columnist’s view of the Sports Museum of Los Angeles, stolen autographs, some final game hypothesis, our new smartphone apps and a Twitter milestone.
Eight items from the massive collection of baseball memorabilia belonging to Chad and Doug Dreier have been unveiled.
You have your game worn jerseys. You have your game worn pants. But if you’re Gil Byrd, circa 1991, they’re one and the same.
There have been only two bids, but that huge collection of signed baseball card sets is pacing the lineup in Collect Auctions’ latest event.