On a special anniversary, a look at some recent sales of vintage Lou Gehrig cards and what’s hot on eBay.
Discovered in 2008 and now in a PSA holder, the ‘Oceanside’ T206 Honus Wagner card will be offered next month by Robert Edward Auctions.
When it comes to original Babe Ruth graded cards, not everything costs a fortune.
It may not be Honus Wagner, but a previously unknown T206 blue back variation featuring Ed Walsh is about to enter the market.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Some collectors prefer a more personal touch in the internet age.
The man in charge of business development for one of the top grading companies is moving on.
A very good condition T206 Wagner is leaving one private collector for another at a price that establishes another new benchmark.