Ty Cobb’s promised 1925 power eruption comes to life with a signed baseball he put into the right field seats to set a record. It joins Jeffrey Maier’s infamous glove and more.
Developed from the original negative, it’s the only Type 1/Vintage 1 example of Charles Conlon’s famous photo of Ty Cobb ever to come to auction.
A local radio interview, preserved for decades, lets us listen to Lou Gehrig expound on baseball topics including a reference to autographs.
A lower grade example of Shoeless Joe’s first card brought more than $71,000 but the lone mint PSA graded Standard Caramel Ty Cobb went even higher.
Baseball History and Art includes stories on past legends, current collectors and other subjects. The first issue includes a Ty Cobb vintage-style card.
Ready to kick back a little? We’ve got some fresh new baseball and collecting books along with some old standbys to tackle while the livin’ is easy.
They didn’t call Charlie Schmidt ‘Boss’ for nothing. Meet one of the subjects in the Helmar ‘Our Guy’ art card series.
A Midwestern family uncovered a treasure trove of 1910-11 M116 Sporting Life cards, still in their original envelopes including several Hall of Famers.
An initial offering of T206 and other tobacco cards consigned to a Maine auction house hit the block but some Old Judge glass negatives also caught the eye of bidders.
A group of original photos featuring Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson and other early sports luminaries, open for bidding this week.
A rare complete set of 1916 Sporting News baseball cards has been discovered and is expected to bring big bucks when Goldin Auctions offers it next month.
Panini 2014 Hall of Fame 75th Anniversary Baseball will be hit-based when it arrives next month.
A love of sports has turned into a love of old baseball cards for a 14-year-old Ohio girl, who has already built an impressive collection.
A rare Old Judge Mike ‘King’ Kelly cabinet card from 1888-89 brought the biggest price in Goodwin and Company’s latest auction but it wasn’t the only rarity.
Our Vintage Buy of the Week from Just Collect involves a once ‘risky’ $65 investment in Ty Cobb.
A high grade 1933 Delong Gum Lou Gehrig card and a 1932 U.S. Caramel joined a T205 Ty Cobb at the top of the I Own It Now sales chart.
Hundreds of high grade and rare sports cards and memorabilia are being offered by Memory Lane Inc., offering collectors the chance to buy outright—or wait for the opportunity to make a better deal.
Ty Cobb cards remain the hobby’s early 20th century gold standard and a look at eBay shows there are plenty of people focused on the Georgia Peach’s vintage cardboard.
Hundreds of rare and high grade vintage sports card and pieces of memorabilia were offered in Memory Lane Inc.’s latest I Own it Now catalog with the holy grail of Walter Johnson cards heading up the sales.
A 1915 Babe Ruth portrait and pitching pose and a smiling Ty Cobb are part of a collection of 11 photo negatives set to go on the auction block Monday.