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”.
A unique T206 Honus Wagner card, its back bearing a date stamp matching the date of the decisive game of the 1909 World Series will be featured in Robert Edward Auctions’ 2012 catalog event.
REA raises the possibility that it’s the bat he used to hit the first home run in Yankee Stadium history.
They’re supposedly authenticated by Barry Bonds. But are they real home run jerseys? Bonds says no…and now an auction house is lining up in agreement.
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.
Robert Edward Auctions has acquired a large group of rare pre-War cards from the estate of a long-time collector, including the T206 set’s most prized rarity.
The dust has settled and Robert Edward Auctions assesses the state of the vintage baseball card and memorabilia market following its annual catalog event.
A jersey worn by Lou Gehrig…potentially the one he wore when he took himself out of the lineup after 2130 games..was the top seller in Robert Edward Auctions’ 2011 event, but it’s also safe to say the vintage card market is alive and well.
A New York collector is suing Robert Edward Auctions over memorabilia purchased several years ago that he says isn’t real. The auction house says it won’t fly.
Robert Edward Auctions has settled its lawsuit with Bishop Ford High School over money the auction house says legally belonged to them.
In the same family for 95 years, a fresh group of 1915 Cracker Jack baseball cards has been consigned for auction.
Robert Edward Auctions says it had legal title to memorabilia collateral used to repay a controversial loan to a Brooklyn high school.
All but four of the 1720 available lots were snapped up by bidders as Robert Edward Auctions’ annual event came to a close with over $10 million in bids.
Lawyers and loans are part of the story as Robert Edward Auctions looks to collect a debt it says is overdue.
It covers a couple of centuries, features dozens of Hall of Famers and historic moments and has collectors working out just so they can lift it. Robert Edward Auctions’ 2010 catalog almost ready.
It may have been a T206 Honus Wagner weekend–but the ‘Holy Grail’ was bested by the Bambino as two major catalog sales closed.