Burdick Letters at Auction

Correspondence and papers related to the work of hobby pioneer Jefferson Burdick and pals Charles Bray and John D. Wagner are up for bid via Hunt Auctions.

T206 Wagner Soars Past $1 Million on Opening Day of Bidding

In less than seven hours, the consignor of the latest T206 Honus Wagner to hit the auction block had already realized a profit…with 23 days left.

One of Hobby’s Best T206 Honus Wagner Cards Heading to Auction

Discovered in 2008 and now in a PSA holder, the ‘Oceanside’ T206 Honus Wagner card will be offered next month by Robert Edward Auctions.

Report: FBI Raid Included Cards Listed as Rogers Loan Collateral

Some of what the FBI took from John Rogers’ Arkansas business last year were items he’d listed as collateral on millions of dollars in bank loans.

8 Sports Card Issues Rarer Than the T206 Wagner

A look at several vintage sports cards that are much harder to locate than the fabled T206 Honus Wagner.

T206 Wagner, Jackie Robinson Rookie Trophy Bring Combined $1 Million+

A T206 Honus Wagner and Jackie Robinson’s original 1947 Rookie of the Year trophy were among the items sold by Lelands.

The Memorabilia Market: Eye on the Future

In the fifth of a ten-part question and answer session, some auction house reps talk about what types of sports memorabilia have solid potential for growth.

Memory Lane Sells PSA 1 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth for $325,000

Just three years after it last changed hands, a 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth card graded ‘poor’ has sold for more than twice what the buyer paid.

1909 Kids Were Caught Up in Baseball Card Mania

Maybe we’ve found the true answer as to why Honus Wagner didn’t want his picture used in the T206 tobacco card series. Newly discovered accounts of the A recently discovered column that appeared in the August 9, 1909 edition of the Charlotte (NC) Observer, and a follow-up on September 1 of that year, would indicate […]