One of only a few surviving Ernie Banks game-used jerseys is on the auction block.
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A list of vintage, post-War rookie cards of baseball icons you can believe in, all for under $1,000.
A buyer snaps up a 1927 Lou Gehrig bat for more than $200,000 while an Ernie Banks jersey from the almost magical 1969 Cubs season also sold for big bucks.
More Hank Aaron autographs, some famous names to the checklist and a few other extras will be collectors’ reward for waiting a bit longer for 2012 Topps Tribute.
Seven of the sports collecting hobby’s most popular and iconic vintage baseball card sets, all in high grade are being broken up and will be sold card by card in a special, one-week event being launched by Memory Lane Inc. today. The combined value of the cards runs deep into seven figures.
Two historic home run bats and some top level vintage card sets were prime targets in Memory Lane Inc’s latest auction.