The 1952 Berk Ross set marked the end of the company’s brief tenure producing baseball cards.
Both originating from player estates, two final season uniforms from Yankee legends Joe DiMaggio and Thurman Munson are among the top items at SCP Auctions.
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 classic 1946 wire service photo shows Joe DiMaggio sliding into third as George Kell makes the put out. The image from a difficult season is at auction.
Items signed by Yankee greats of the 1930s are part of an historic memorabilia collection from the estate of former player and executive Johnny Murphy.
He’s got the world by the tail and Joe DiMaggio seems to know it. A rare image of the Jolter on the day he capped off his breakout season is our Photo of the Day.
Goldin Auctions says it will offer a jersey worn in Joe DiMaggio’s final season before his military enlistment during World War II.
Joe D pleads with Marilyn after she announces divorce, paper tickets on the way out, list of upcoming Topps releases and NFL programs from Dec. 7, 1941.
How many of these did Joe DiMaggio receive from the Yankee Stadium crowd during the magical year of 1941?
A look at some of the iconic players of the immediate post-War era and the best cards of their careers.
The 1937 World Series belongs to the Yankees and the beer is flowing in the clubhouse.
One was in his final season, the other in his first. Learn more about the moment the aging veteran met the teenage phenom in this 1951 wire photo.
A man who collected 1941 Play Ball cards as a kid stuck them away in his attic, then thought they’d been stolen. He died not knowing what really happened.
An ode to the rookie cards of college basketball legends from the pre-dunk, pre-three point era.
A New York financial institution’s partnership with Joe DiMaggio resulted in a few Joe D baseball cards being issued.
Remembering what may be the first autographed set has Rich Klein recalling some more modern team issues and looking for your input.
The New York Yankees bought Joe DiMaggio from the San Francisco Seals for $25,000 and some players on November 21, 1934. His early baseball cards are part of an eclectic mix.
There are far fewer available than their more popular and smaller size cardboard counterparts and considering the player selection, the 1939 Goudey Premiums are worth a look.
Created by an artist’s carefully placed pencil dots, the 1950s Callahan baseball cards are rare, star packed and possibly under priced.
When it comes to star power, reasonable expectations of completion and affordability, it’s hard to top the 1941 Play Ball set. Or should we say the “1941-42 Play Ball Set”?