Roger Bannister’s last link to his sub-four-minute mile in 1954, the running spikes he wore that day at Oxford, are to be sold at Christie’s later this year.
Four World Series rings, his 1972 MVP award and other items from the career of catcher Gene Tenace will be on the block this spring via SCP Auctions.
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.
Nearly $3 million of memorabilia was sold in the auction, including items from the Helms Foundation Collection and an autographed cabinet card once owned by Cy Young.
This year’s show is still going on but Goldin Auctions has announced plans to hold a live event at the 2015 National Sports Collectors Convention.
Filling a need turned into a full-time venture for Simple Auction, the company providing the software for many of the hobby’s most recognizable companies.
News & Notes: New Player in Auction Game, Eruzione Memorabilia Grabs Attention; Panini’s New Products
Outbid is hoping its auctions seem more like a game; the news of Mike Eruzione’s 1980 Olympic gear being sold makes its way to the networks and Panini creates a spinning memorabilia card and one that looks like the Eddie Gottlieb trophy.
The first in a series of questions for sports memorabilia auction company executives deals with recent spurt of attention the hobby has garnered in the mainstream media.
by Ryan Friedman It’s one of the longest-running and largest shows in the hobby and this past weekend at the Chicago Sun-Times Convention, many of the biggest dealers and auction houses in the industry were once again on hand for the three-day run at the Stephens Convention Center. While the overall attendance at the show […]