Collecting 19th century baseball cards isn’t as tough as you might think. Here’s a short list of standouts that should be on your want list.
Some of what the FBI took from John Rogers’ Arkansas business last year were items he’d listed as collateral on millions of dollars in bank loans.
An initial offering of T206 and other tobacco cards consigned to a Maine auction house hit the block but some Old Judge glass negatives also caught the eye of bidders.
Hopefully making the big leagues took some of the sting out of being born on what was already the biggest gift-giving day of all.
A look at collotype, gravure, serigraphy and other printing processes used in vintage sports cards and memorabilia.
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.
Hundreds of T206 cards, dozens of iconic Hall of Famers and several complete sets have been purchased and will soon be up for bid after a major collection is sold.
Some 19th century cards revealed at the New York City Public Library Monday include some that haven’t been cataloged before.
There are a variety of so-called Old Judge Cabinet ‘Proofs’ and other Old Judge photo displays directly or indirectly related to the popular 1880s N172 and N173 Old Judge baseball cards.
Don’t buy until you know: A guide to authenticating and counterfeit-detecting popular 19th century baseball cards.
Once-a-year auctions are now definitely a thing of the past at Robert Edward Auctions, which held its first ever Fall event that “exceeded expectations”.
The top-rated T205 baseball set on the PSA Registry is being sold off in the inaugural Robert Edward Auctions’ Fall Auction which also includes an Old Judge advertising display and 1955 Ted Williams jersey.
A rare 1887 Old Judge baseball card advertising poster and the world’s best T205 set will help kick off the first-ever Fall Auction at Robert Edward Auctions.
We pick the brains of auction companies to get their picks for vintage baseball cards that might still have room to grow.
The N173 Old Judge Cabinet of King Kelly found by a northeast antique picker has provided a healthy return after being sold by a small Maine auction house.
A group of seven ultra rare 1888-89 Old Judge cabinet cards was recently uncovered in an old trunk. Now, the oversized cards including some Hall of Famers, is heading for auction.