Rich Klein delves into a few questions about All-Star selections in Topps cards from over 50 years ago.
What has two Cubs Hall of Fame rookie cards, a reluctant home run champ, and killer high numbers? It’s the 1961 Topps baseball set, an all-time classic with no asterisk required.
Roger Maris in a fishbowl? The 1959 Topps set featured an unusual design that let collectors set sail with their favorite players.
Featuring wood borders and loaded with stars, the 1962 Topps baseball set is a condition-sensitive hobby legend that collectors either love or hate.
Even after its competition with Bowman, Topps continued to have fun with their issues, including these 5 star-packed but affordable 1960s cards.
A rare wire photo of Mickey Mantle taking a powerful swing at a pitch during the 1961 home run chase is among the featured items at RMY Auctions.
Hidden away since the 1950s, a photo of Roger Maris may date from his major league debut with Cleveland.
He’s not in the Hall of Fame but the collecting world treats him that way. So what are the best Roger Maris cards? Those that capture his place in history?
Mile High Card Company launches its Extra Innings Auction Monday with dozens of 1911 Turkey Red cards, a Derek Jeter jersey and more on the block.
Showing him as an untested rookie four years from becoming the single season home run king, this 1957 Roger Maris photograph is at RMY Auctions.
A list of vintage, post-War rookie cards of baseball icons you can believe in, all for under $1,000.
An original news photo of Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, taken in September of 1961 during their chase of Babe Ruth’s home run record, is up for auction.
High grade baseball card sets and near sets led the way as Mile High Card Company closed out 2013 with a smaller auction that packed a punch.
The anniversary was Tuesday but Roger Maris’ 61st home run is always on the mind of collectors and fans. A classic photo of the exact moment when ball met bat is up for bid this week via RMY Auctions.
If your profits aren’t measuring up, it might be time to revisit some tips for selling your sports card and such on eBay.
You won’t find a Roger Maris plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame. He’s never been inducted. But you’ll find a special exhibit on the 50th anniversary of his record-breaking year. Finding Maris memorabilia at Cooperstown shops isn’t quite as easy.
He’s not in the Hall of Fame and he’s technically not the home run king of anything anymore. But the interest in Roger Maris cards remains strong.
A former auction company executive will share her observations with fans via some rare and unique pieces of baseball history.
The best thing to come out of Mark McGwire’s controversial chase of Roger Maris 11 seasons ago? A guy who turned one of those historic baseballs into a career as a doctor.