The sale of a high grade 1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth, the first big league rookie card of the Sultan of Swat, has set a new bar.
Buying, selling and trading since the 1920s, Goody Goldfaden was a legendary figure in the hobby, operating out of a dingy storefront in L.A.
One of the best of the ‘big four’ comes to auction.
One of only a small number of cards even known to exist, a 1917 Collins-McCarthy Joe Jackson was the big draw at Goodwin & Co.’s latest vintage card auction.
One of the hobby’s most scarce error cards has changed hands.
A 1933 Uncle Jack’s Candy Babe Ruth helped drive an auction of vintage sports cards.
Goodwin’s Champions, Upper Deck’s ode to the popular 19th century baseball card set includes a list of short prints.
A rare piece of 19th century baseball memorabilia and a game-used Jackie Robinson bat were the high ticket items in an auction.
A bevy of Brunners Bread baseball cards highlighted Goodwin & Company’s latest auction, with a high grade Ty Cobb selling for over $270,000.