A 1954 Puerto Rican Winter League contract signed by a 20-year-old Roberto Clemente is among 700 lots up for bid at Iconic Memorabilia. Babe Ruth autographs, a Sporting News baseball questionnaire filled out by Cy Young…and a pair of John Lennon’s old specs are also on the block.
Topps launches a new product and shows off more Bryce Harper, who was doing a little showing off himself. Panini shows off some Father’s Day football cards and a Michael Jordan freak in Mexico courtesy of Upper Deck.
Recent events may keep Michael Jordan atop the hoops collector’s list for the foreseeable future.
He’s no longer playing, but is that any reason for the 1986-87 Fleer card to trade at its current level?
Michael Jordan’s induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame puts the focus squarely on his rookie card again, but he’s not the only card worth having.
It may have been a T206 Honus Wagner weekend–but the ‘Holy Grail’ was bested by the Bambino as two major catalog sales closed.
He’s been retired for awhile now, but Michael Jordan is still the king of hoops…and basketball memorabilia. One website is offering a unique Jordan experience including images of some of MJ’s most valuable and highest graded basketball cards.