A pair of 1916 Babe Ruth rookie cards, a 1933 Yankees team-signed bat and hundreds of high grade, vintage sports cards will be among more than 1,300 items in Memory Lane Inc’s. next catalog auction, opened in time for showcasing at this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention in Baltimore.
The terminology may be nearly the same but attitudes about grading baseball cards were a little different in 1974.
A collector from way back digs into some shoeboxes full of cards during a New England summer.
Two top tier baseball card sets from distinctly different eras, brought over $111,000 late last week.
Gathered together, they’re a veritable sports collecting museum. The only difference? These are for sale.
Mom never dreamed that box of Alpha Bits would yield such a mother lode.
Looking to get the best grade for your collecting dollar? We’ve got some tips.
Baseball coins aren’t chump change when the grader smiles on your submission.
Collecting vintage Topps cards isn’t enough. You’ve got to dabble in some of the hobby’s early ‘inserts’.
Thinking Mick? We focus in on some of the best picks for collectors.
The George Mikan PSA 10 rookie card that sold for over $218,000 early Sunday morning changed hands at least once before…for a lot less.
40 years ago, something new and different showed up in the candy aisle…basketball cards.
Unopened baseball card boxes from the 1950s and 60s, high-grade sets and singles and a run of mint cancelled checks from the first Hall of Fame class will be up for bid later this month.
Like the ultimate center jump, what many consider the world’s greatest vintage basketball card is about to be tossed up for grabs…a PSA 10 with a minimum bid of $50,000.
Donald Trump was not happy with the ESPN documentary on the USFL. But at least he autographed the nasty note.
The latest Babe Ruth rookie card to hit the market is drawing bidders not shy about chasing one of the hobby’s icons.
A 1971 Topps baseball card set with all cards graded PSA 7 and 8 sold for $10,000 Sunday.