A lower grade example of Shoeless Joe’s first card brought more than $71,000 but the lone mint PSA graded Standard Caramel Ty Cobb went even higher.
Looking for sets jam-packed with Hall of Famers like Gordie Howe and Bobby Hull? Look no further than this list of the top 10 hockey rookie cards of the 1950s.
Sixty seasons ago, Topps launched its inaugural hockey card set, one that generally gets high marks despite the lack of Habs or Leafs.
A Pennsylvania collector’s vintage post-War hockey card liquidation will put some top cards into circulation.
The NHL’s labor trouble won’t keep a good collector down. A newly launched website is zeroed in on vintage hockey cards.
Card shop owners in Michigan should be on the alert for a nice group of early 1950s Parkhurst hockey cards.
A young Canadian collector’s set of 1952-53 Parkhurst was packed away and forgotten. Now, it’s heading for a special place of honor.