On the other end of the phone or email is the next potential major consignment and more profit. So what type of items are sports-centered auction companies hoping to get right now?
A former auction company executive will share her observations with fans via some rare and unique pieces of baseball history.
Late May and early June are fertile hunting grounds for collectors looking to find a deal.
You’ll appreciate how good you have it when you learn about some of the fates of the players who make up the iconic T206 collection.
What pieces of baseball history would generate enormous buzz if they could somehow be uncovered?
Game-worn and autographed items are part of a newly-launched sports memorabilia auction.
Wee Willie Keeler’s diary, game-used bats from early 20th century legends and other vintage memorabilia and cards will be up for bid.
A new venture has put certified, cut autographs three to a box with every player a current or former All-Star.
World War II put a crimp on the available issues, but here are five cards every collector should consider buying even if the sets are beyond reach.
Topps National Chicle short print list includes a Hall of Fame and rookie card roll call.
The single-signed ball is still the bomb for most collectors.
Two historic home run bats and some top level vintage card sets were prime targets in Memory Lane Inc’s latest auction.
TLC’s ‘Accidental Fortune’ will tell the tale of how Babe Ruth’s contest award turned into a million dollar souvenir.
A chat with Bob Feller…and a special event for Cardinals fans raises money for a good cause.
Babe Ruth battled the law in California after passing out autographed baseballs to kids.
A complete uniform worn by Hall of Famer Steve Carlton during his finest big league season was one of the major targets in Huggins & Scott’s latest catalog auction. The 1972 Phillies jersey and pants had been virtually untouched in the 38 years since Carlton wore it while winning the National League Cy Young award. […]
High-grade vintage stars and sets from all sports go on the auction block later this week.
…or at least the husband of one. One target of the FBI’s probe into fake autographs is now enjoying some network TV time.