It’s double printed, sure, but so is that Mantle guy. The 1952 Topps Jackie Robinson is among the most sought after cards in the high number series.
Learn more about U.S. Mint baseball coins and how legal tender half dollars and silver dollars issued by the mint have commemorated our national pastime.
Stan the Man and Joe D. may have been no-shows, but the 1950 Bowman baseball set aptly chronicled the Whiz Kids and set a standard for issues that followed.
A photo from the archives of the Chicago Daily News showing Jackie Robinson accepting the 1947 Rookie of the Year award is up for bid.
A photographer knew greatness when he saw it. Rookie Frank Robinson is shown with Dodgers great Jackie Robinson in spring 1956 in a photo now at auction.
A UCLA football photo heralded Jackie Robinson’s signing by the Brooklyn Dodgers in the fall of 1945.
It may be outpaced by its 1952 counterpart in terms of media coverage and card values , but when it comes to artistry on cardboard, there may be none better than ’53 Topps.
In the heat of the 1948 pennant race, a photographer captures Jackie Robinson creating havoc on the basepaths. Find out what was going on in this Dodgers-Cubs matchup.
A document at auction this week reveals a “don’t rock the boat” philosophy and a short-sighted opinion on the skills of Negro League players in the 1940s.
Part of a massive T206 collection, the newly-graded T206 ‘Chesapeake’ Wagner card carries a pre-sale estimate well into six figures.
Before he was a Dodger, Jackie Robinson was dodging tacklers as a football standout. This rare 75-year-old photo showcases one of his greatest moments.
Full color arrived in the 1950 Bowman Baseball set, an attractive collection of painted players that ranks among the decade’s more affordable issues.
A look at recent big sales and the hottest Jackie Robinson cards as a special anniversary arrives.
A young boy whose family was close with Lou Gehrig and his wife in the mid-1930’s wound up with a treasure–and a lifelong memory.
An original Branch Rickey news photo from 1921, shows the innovative Hall of Famer during his on field managerial tenure.
He was more than just a baseball player. Our Photo of the Day shows Jackie Robinson in the early days of his legendary UCLA athletic career.
The Brooklyn Dodgers 1947 spring training was unlike any other and our Vintage Photo of the Day showcases Jackie Robinson, preparing to make history.
A bat given to future civil rights activist Walter Blount Jr. in 1956 sold for over $162,000, leading a sale that also included some much discussed Michael Jordan college memorabilia.
A T206 Honus Wagner and Jackie Robinson’s original 1947 Rookie of the Year trophy were among the items sold by Lelands.
A Jesse Owens Olympic Gold Medal from the 1936 Games in Germany sold for more than any Olympic item ever early Sunday. Other top lots included items froma private collection of Jackie Robinson memorabilia.