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Early Baseball Card Collages Open Huggins & Scott Auction

Maybe they’d be worth more if they’d just been left alone, but you can’t deny the coolness factor in a couple of the premier items in a new catalog auction.

Shopping for Cheap Autographs? Think Off-Season

It’s no myth that signed memorabilia fluctuates in price based on which sport has the public’s attention.

Williams, DiMaggio All-Star Bats Sold

A pair of vintage All-Star bats went in quickly in Memory Lane’s Own it Now event.

Memory Lane Auction Realizes $1.45 Million

Sometimes “high grade” and “black border” do get along.

Memory Lane to Launch Wintertime Classics Auction

An autographed 1951 Bowman set, Christy Mathewson contract and dozens of high-grade vintage cards are going up on the block this weekend.

Five Cool Pre-WW2 Baseball Cards You Can Afford

Looking to add some nice cards to your collection without a loan? Give these a try.

$10,000 Reward for Crosby’s Golden Stick

Who wound up with the most famous hockey stick in Canada?

Gold Medal Pucks Bring Big Bucks

Three game-used pucks from the Olympic gold medal hockey game have sold.

New Baseball Museum in Arizona

Fans and collectors spending time in the Phoenix area can get their baseball memorabilia fix at a new museum focused on the history of spring training.

1908 Merkle Ball Consigned to Auction

The baseball that recorded one of the most famous outs in baseball history is about to go on the auction block.

Yadier Molina Sued by Steiner Sports

Steiner Sports says it paid Yadier Molina to sign autographs but the Cardinals’ catcher failed to complete the double play.

1939 Play Ball Cards on Fire

Collectors of pre-War cards salivated over a large section of high grade cards from the 1939 Play Ball issue this week on eBay.

2 Shoeless Joe Jackson Cards=$285,000+

Proving once again that there are a lot of people out there with tremendous amounts of disposable income, two cards of Shoeless Joe Jackson set record prices in a recent sports card auction. Say it ain’t so!