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.
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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.April 19, 2011 By
One of the best of the ‘big four’ comes to auction.February 14, 2011 By
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.February 15, 2010 By
One of the hobby’s most scarce error cards has changed hands.November 23, 2009 By
A 1933 Uncle Jack’s Candy Babe Ruth helped drive an auction of vintage sports cards.September 17, 2009 By
Goodwin’s Champions, Upper Deck’s ode to the popular 19th century baseball card set includes a list of short prints.June 15, 2009 By
A rare piece of 19th century baseball memorabilia and a game-used Jackie Robinson bat were the high ticket items in an auction.September 22, 2008 By
A bevy of Brunners Bread baseball cards highlighted Goodwin & Company’s latest auction, with a high grade Ty Cobb selling for over $270,000.