A Babe Ruth jersey dating from his first season with the New York Yankees will be sold at auction later this spring.
Scarce and rare vintage baseball cards are just some of the items up for grabs beginning later this week in an event where patience is sometimes a virtue…and sometimes a mistake.
A Wall Street blogger talks Wagner.
Got $775,000? There’s a T206 Honus Wagner card with your name on it up for bid on eBay.
Eight items from the massive collection of baseball memorabilia belonging to Chad and Doug Dreier have been unveiled.
A “Once in a Lifetime” accumulation of vintage baseball card sets, some including all variations and all high grade, are up for sale.
The T206 Eddie Plank plays Lou Gehrig to its more Ruthian-like brother, Honus Wagner, but serious collectors know how scarce it is.
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.
One 1903 World Series program resides in Cooperstown. The other was sold by Hunt Auctions Saturday,as one of the headliners in the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum Auction.
Two men convinced they’ve got a version of the T206 Honus Wagner card have finally found someone to encase it in plastic and put an ‘authentic’ label on it.
Super collector Nick DePace plans to show off part of what he’s accumulated over the years in a sports museum near Philadelphia.
A couple of collector stories…and one who will likely be collecting a prison sentence.
Gathered together, they’re a veritable sports collecting museum. The only difference? These are for sale.
The auction went into triple overtime, but when the dust settled, a one of a kind Ty Cobb autographed bat brought big money for MEARS.
Sometimes being the runner-up bidder in an auction turns out to be the best thing.
The winning bidder for the T206 Wagner card bequeathed to the School Sisters of Notre Dame apparently didn’t pay up…but a new buyer has been found.
Big auction dollars, props to a shop and good ol’ Virgil comes through.
It’s not pretty, but it’s the most beautiful baseball card ever to a charity-minded group who will make good use of their windfall after a strong bid by a collector/dealer from Tennessee.
A late collector’s estate produced a low-grade, but authentic Honus Wagner card that has been in the care of the Sisters of Notre Dame.
The former head of Mastro Auctions has consigned his vintage baseball memorabilia to an auction scheduled for December.