Some believe the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle is the most popular baseball card of all-time. A picture-perfect presentation of a star being born in New York, the Mantle card is a favorite of those seeking to invest in sports memorabilia and also of those who understand its significance in the hobby. Mantle, of course, was […]
One of the hobby’s rarest variations paced bidding as Robert Edward Auctions closed out its Fall Auction early Sunday with over $3.6 million in winning bids.
A T206 card far more scarce than the famous Honus Wagner makes a rare appearance at Robert Edward Auctions as the company prepares to launch its fall event.
A VG copy of the ‘holy grail’ topped bidding in the $7.5 million Robert Edward Auctions sale, which came to a close early Sunday.
A 1930s youngster acquired a treasure trove of uncut Goudey Gum trading card sheets. Three, including one with three Ruths and a Gehrig, are at auction.
In less than seven hours, the consignor of the latest T206 Honus Wagner to hit the auction block had already realized a profit…with 23 days left.
Discovered in 2008 and now in a PSA holder, the ‘Oceanside’ T206 Honus Wagner card will be offered next month by Robert Edward Auctions.
Some of the hobby’s rarest and most valuable baseball cards will be on the block this spring.
Got a million bucks and some change? The hobby’s two most valuable baseball cards are on consignment.
Babe Ruth shared the stage with a rare 1932 U.S. Caramel card of a former U.S. president as Robert Edward Auctions wrapped up its 2014 Fall Auction.
A ball with autographs from a very young Derek Jeter and his Little League teammates after a particularly great season is coming to auction.
M101-5 Ruth, Cracker Jack Jackson, T206 Plank…they’re all among over 1,300 lots about to go on the auction block at Robert Edward Auctions.
Vince Bellier’s annual winter vacation means a stop at the National Sports Collectors Convention. Wait… ‘winter’ vacation?
Robert Edward Auctions says over 24,000 bids were placed in its recent $8.5 million auction.
The ball hit by Carlton Fisk to win the drama-packed 1975 World Series Game 6 has been consigned to Robert Edward Auctions.
An 1889 Police Gazette cabinet card of Hall of Famer John Montgomery Ward, still in the original mailing envelope, will be sold by Robert Edward Auctions after residing in the same family for 125 years.
A rare 1874 George Wright Red Stocking Cigars poster is the first known endorsement of a commercial product by an athlete or sports figure. The only known copy is heading to auction.
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 T206 Broad Leaf Tobacco Walter Johnson card that sold for $7,207 in 2005 sold for more than $65,000 over the weekend.