It has to rank among the great discoveries in hobby history: a 1925 signed Babe Ruth bat given to Chicago’s mayor emerges at an appraisal fair and has been consigned to auction.
Babe Ruth’s first Yankees contract, dual signed and including language aimed at curtailing his carousing, is back on the auction block.
Items consigned by his descendants include a well-known photo signed to his brother, two loving cups dating to 1909, a bat, mitt and ancient New York Giants traveling trunk.
A trio of items relating to the infamous 1919 team including a signed baseball, World Series ticket stub and payroll check are at Goldin Auctions.
This is the kind of stuff you’re really hoping is inside that shiny wrapping paper, aren’t you?
Century-old baseball memorabilia and some rarely offered high-grade vintage cards are part of the annual Holiday Premium Catalog Auction.
DC’s last championship was 80 years ago with the Senators. Now a bat signed by that 1924 team and Silent Cal is heading for auction.
A baseball once used by Union soldiers during the Civil War is coming to the auction block.
A Babe Ruth jersey dating from his first season with the New York Yankees will be sold at auction later this spring.
The couple whose efforts to sell a trophy associated with the Red Sox 1912 championship three years ago were stymied, has been awarded full custody.
Vintage sports cards spanning virtually the entire history of collecting will be up for grabs later this week when Memory Lane Inc. opens its Winter Classics Auction.
The Babe is dressed in spiffy Lee overalls on one advertising piece that’s part of MnM Sportscards’ upcoming September auction.
A woman convicted of stealing sports memorabilia and other items will spend at least 16 months in jail.
John Graham’s collection tells the story of baseball–and baseball gloves–through a new book.
A Florida museum’s impressive hoard of baseball treasures goes on public display this week.