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.
From George Washington to Derek Jeter, Huggins and Scott covers a lot of ground in its fall auction.
DC’s last championship was 80 years ago with the Senators. Now a bat signed by that 1924 team and Silent Cal is heading for auction.
A Lou Gehrig signed baseball and a high grade Cy Young card from one of card collecting’s greatest finds headline Huggins & Scott’s new auction.
Huggins and Scott will offer some Babe Ruth autographs, rare cards from various eras and some vintage game worn jerseys in its next catalog auction, opening Monday.
A 1952 Topps Mantle, a complete 1934 Goudey set and other items that were part of the collection of a late employee headline Huggins and Scott’s latest auction, which also includes Walter Payton’s old driver’s license.
It may not be Honus Wagner, but a previously unknown T206 blue back variation featuring Ed Walsh is about to enter the market.
It could be the ultimate pack break. Packaged more than 100 years ago and still unopened. A look at an old cigarette box up for auction that could contain a T206 baseball card.
Maybe they’d be worth more if they’d just been left alone, but you can’t deny the coolness factor in a couple of the premier items in a new catalog auction.
Huggins and Scott launches its final catalog sale of 2011 at noon today.
There was no shortage of unique pieces in Huggins & Scott’s latest auction, including a super scarce Topps card, the last Thurman Munson signed ball and a card with four famous presidents’ signatures.
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