1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan rookie cards have, in some cases, tripled in the last few years. We have a look at the numbers and a list of the most watched.
Two PSA 8 Mantle cards sold for nearly $800,000 combined within 24 hours at separate auctions during the National Sports Collectors Convention.
Items from the career of Hall of Fame coach Chuck Daly, including a game-used and team-signed gold medal game ball from the Dream Team will be up for bid.
Memorabilia of Chicago icons and this 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle, are generating plenty of interest at Heritage Auctions’ Summer Platinum Night.
A photo from 21-year-old Michael Jordan’s first pro game in an NBA arena is up for bid.
Game uniforms from Reggie Jackson and Michael Jordan join a 1971 Thurman Munson Yankees home jersey in a sale set for later this month.
Rich Klein goes back 20 years when Michael Jordan left baseball and returned to the hardwood, wearing a new number and gave an embattled hobby some hope.
NBA license or not, Upper Deck is apparently hanging on to its most valuable hoops asset with news of a renewed autograph partnership with Michael Jordan.
The only BGS 9.5 1984-85 Star Company Michael Jordan rookie card changed hands recently and netted the original buyer a tidy profit.
Consigned by a one-time Lakers ball boy with plenty of chutzpah, a pair of signed Michael Jordan rookie year shoes, are set for auction.
Thirty years to the day after his NBA debut, a list of 30 cool Michael Jordan cards for collectors who want fun stuff on a budget.
Beckett’s Baseball Legends Auction is underway with a variety of hard-to-find cards both new and old plus some that may not cost more than tonight’s dinner.
The most lucrative one season contract in NBA history, a team copy of Michael Jordan’s 1997 pact with the Chicago Bulls, is on the auction block.
The first Michael Jordan game jersey card ever issued, this autographed copy has headed to the home of its new owner after selling in an eBay auction.
The basketball card world was a far, far different place when Michael Jordan was but a youngster.
2013-14 Upper Deck Black Basketball is back as a stand-alone product with the newly-released boxes promising six autographs of guys in their college gear.
An ode to the rookie cards of college basketball legends from the pre-dunk, pre-three point era.
Recalling the year when a couple of NBA legends put on a show at the 1988 NBA All-Star weekend and the cards that recall Larry Bird and Michael Jordan.
It’s one of those cards on a lot of Jordan collectors’ want lists: Copies of the 1998-99 Flair Showcase Michael Jordan Takeit2.net always find buyers.
Authenticity of the letters sent by Dean Smith and Bill Gutheridge to high school recruit Michael Jordan more than 30 years ago won’t be challenged by MJ or his family according to Goldin Auctions.