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Graded Babe Ruth Cards You Can Own Without Going Broke

1921 Schapira Bros. Babe Ruth

When it comes to original Babe Ruth graded cards, not everything costs a fortune.

Newly Discovered Blue Back T206 Walsh Heads to Auction

Blue back T206 Walsh

It may not be Honus Wagner, but a previously unknown T206 blue back variation featuring Ed Walsh is about to enter the market.

Familiar Hobby Businesses Still Waiting for Power after Sandy

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Sports memorabilia authenticators and auction companies are still dealing with power outages more than a week after Hurricane Sandy. Wednesday night, a fresh winter storm laid insult to injury.

Trimmed, Creased T206 Wagner Brings $198,850

Trimmed T206 Honus Wagner Authentic

Bidders anxious to get the grip on the Grail took a shot at a low grade, but authentic example which finally sold during breakfast hours Friday.

Rare Football Card Hits Auction Block

Mayos Cut Plug 1894 Dunlop

As baseball collectors drool over the Black Swamp E98 find, one of only a small number of surviving copies of the 1894 “Anonymous” John Dunlop football card is up for bid.

W517 Baseball Set Offers Value

Babe Ruth 1931 baseball card W517

At just 54 cards, with reasonably priced Hall of Famers and a pair of cards that feature Babe Ruth, the 1931 W517 baseball set is easy to like.

Face-to-Face Offer Leads to Big Consignment

Roger Maris rookie card

Some collectors prefer a more personal touch in the internet age.

Dwyer Leaving SGC

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The man in charge of business development for one of the top grading companies is moving on.

T206 Wagner Card Sold for $925,000

A very good condition T206 Wagner is leaving one private collector for another at a price that establishes another new benchmark.