Robert Edward Auctions

Mile High “Extra Innings” Auction Features PSA 6 1952 Mantle

Over 350 lots are in the auction including an example of the high-flying 1952 Mantle and several Goudey Babe Ruth cards.

Tattoo Orbit Offers Collectors A Reasonable Challenge

1933 Tattoo Orbit baseball is small but with 17 Hall of Famers sprinkled among the 60-card set and a limited number available, it’s a pre-War bargain.

1966 Topps Insert Rubbed Collectors The Right Way

Once a favorite of baseball loving kids, the 1966 Topps Rub-Offs set is a condition-sensitive challenge. And it helps if you can read backwards.

5,000+ Lot Auction Includes Vintage Cards, Brooks Robinson Items

Dozens of Old Judge cards, 15 early Mickey Mantles, a major hockey collection and the career memorabilia of Brooks Robinson hit the auction block Nov. 5-7.

Some Rookie Cards Of The 1969 Mets Were Amazin’

The 1969 Mets shocked the baseball world by winning the World Series. Here is a look at the rookie cards of those nine players who started the clincher.

Fleer, Laughlin Combined For Memorable World Series Sets

Still popular decades later, the clever and unique Fleer World Series sets featured the drawings of artist/cartoonist Robert G. Laughlin.

Digitization Bringing Jefferson Burdick Collection to All

The process of digitizing the iconic Jefferson Burdick Collection continues in New York with more than 34,000 cards now online and available for viewing.

Jim Palmer At 70: Eight Fun Cards to Own

A look at eight great Jim Palmer cards as the former teen idol and underwear model turns 70.

Golden Press Baseball Set Honored Hall Of Famers

The 1961 Golden Press set came in an album with 33 detachable cards. Today, it’s one of the most affordable vintage baseball issues.

Clemente Still Revered By Fans and Collectors

Forty-three years after his 3,000th and final hit, we’ve got a list of 10 great Roberto Clemente cards to consider.

Remembering ‘The Man’: Six Great Cards Of Stan Musial

Stan Musial played in his final major-league game 52 years ago today. Here are six essential cards to honor the Cardinals’ immortal No. 6.

Hires Root Beer Baseball Cards a Tasty Challenge

One of the more popular and elusive food issues of the decade was the 1958 Hire’s Root Beer set–and it’s even tougher “test” brother.

Ramblings: Answering Your E-Mails

From 1960s All-Star mysteries to the vintage card market to Jordan Spieth, readers offer Rich their two cents on his recent columns.

Teen Tommy’s Historic Homer Still Stands

Seventy years ago Thursday, a young Dodger set a baseball record that still stands. A look at the career and the baseball cards of Tommy Brown.

Ramblings: Fun With 1962 Topps Card Backs

The cartoons and the copy make for a fun ride through the backs of the 1962 Topps Baseball cards.

Roberto Clemente Rookie Card Values Rising

Big money sales of the Roberto Clemente rookie card have shown a hot market for the Pittsburgh Pirates’ legend.

Vintage Set Break of the Month: 1933 Goudey

Four Ruths, Gehrig, Foxx and some solid cards of Hall of Famers will be randomly distributed as Burl’s rolls out a ’33 Goudey set break this month.

Mays Rookie Stolen from Rob Schneider’s Home

Actor/comedian Rob Schneider and his family were victims of a burglary Friday.

Rookie Card Values of the ‘Greatest Living Players’

Spirited debate over the voting for the four greatest living players led us to look at rookie card values of the final selections–and those who were in the post-game discussions.

1953 Topps Mickey Mantle on the Rise

Major price increases in the last couple of years have collectors holding higher grade 1953 Topps Mickey Mantle cards feeling good.