Some high-grade 1970s baseball cards draw major bids; Mike Bossy gets his 50 goal puck back after 27 years and the FBI and government attorneys visit Arkansas.
An expensive purchase of baseball memorabilia included items made long after their purported dates of origin, leading to a lawsuit.
Former rapper, baseball historian and memorabilia buff Peter Nash pleaded guilty to state income tax fraud in New York this week; the latest in a string of legal setbacks.
Originally scheduled to be sold after the Red Sox finally ended the curse of the Bambino, then tied up in court for five years, manager Jake Stahl’s 1912 Red Sox World Series trophy is now part of a major auction.
The couple whose efforts to sell a trophy associated with the Red Sox 1912 championship three years ago were stymied, has been awarded full custody.
A law firm representing dealer/collector Peter Nash in his dispute with a New Jersey couple over an aborted auction say they’re done with the case because of unpaid bills.
A New York judge rules that Peter Nash and his wife must turn over financial records by Thanksgiving weekend or face arrest as Robert Edward Auctions chases hundreds of thousands of dollars awarded to it by another court.
Lawyers and loans are part of the story as Robert Edward Auctions looks to collect a debt it says is overdue.