SCP Auctions launches its final major catalog sale of 2015 with a six-figure basketball card, a Lou Gehrig bat and game-worn gear from DiMaggio and Banks.
A 1968 Topps 3-D test issue graded PSA 10 sold within minutes of the sale’s opening on Wednesday morning. Hundreds of other rare and high-grade items are still up for grabs.
A 2002 Lakers ‘Three Peat’ championship ring presented to Hall of Famer George Mikan and other items from his late wife’s estate are on the auction block.
Eighty years of Baseball All-Star Game programs and ticket stubs are going up for grabs as part of Huggins and Scott’s latest catalog auction.
The NBA’s first superstar averaged 23.1 points and 9.5 rebounds per game in an era when teams rarely scored in triple figures. His name was on the marquee of every basketball arena that had one. Basketball historians who are collectors often start with George Mikan basketball cards, an exercise that will take you back to […]
The NBA has tipped off and a new season of card collecting begins but basketball card history goes back a lot further than the Brooklyn Nets, LeBron and free agent centers.
1948 Bowman basketball was the only post-War set until 1957. Got Mikan?
You don’t have to be a fan of the team to appreciate the history behind David Kohler’s Lakers collection. Get a video tour of the shrine.
If you’ve always wanted to pull a Michael Jordan autograph from a pack, this might be your best chance yet.
Panini brings its National Treasures brand to hoops with a sumjmertime issue that packs six autographs or memorabilia cards.
Unopened baseball card boxes from the 1950s and 60s, high-grade sets and singles and a run of mint cancelled checks from the first Hall of Fame class will be up for bid later this month.
Like the ultimate center jump, what many consider the world’s greatest vintage basketball card is about to be tossed up for grabs…a PSA 10 with a minimum bid of $50,000.