The Hall of Famer shares a photo opp with his mound opponent prior to a Series that would see him take the hill three times.
Rich Klein recalls the days when speculation around a player’s identity fueled rampant rumors and price increases.
A rare baseball card featuring a big league Hall of Famer is found by a family going through belongings of a deceased relative.
What’s a 400-game winner doing with a fungo bat? The answer is inside.
More than 100 high grade vintage pop-culture sets pieced together via unopened product in the 1960s and 70s were lassoed by American Legends.
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.
Tucked in a regional auction company’s online catalog, some are 1908-1910 Novelty Cutlery postcards featuring the likes of Honus Wagner garnered new respect.
A T206 Broad Leaf Tobacco Walter Johnson card that sold for $7,207 in 2005 sold for more than $65,000 over the weekend.
A new website devoted to buying and selling cards from the T206 set is a father/son affair.
Whether you’re talking 1913 team cards or the T222 single player issue, Fatima Tobacco cards are hard to find in top grade.
A new venture has put certified, cut autographs three to a box with every player a current or former All-Star.
Topps National Chicle short print list includes a Hall of Fame and rookie card roll call.
A complete uniform worn by Hall of Famer Steve Carlton during his finest big league season was one of the major targets in Huggins & Scott’s latest catalog auction. The 1972 Phillies jersey and pants had been virtually untouched in the 38 years since Carlton wore it while winning the National League Cy Young award. […]
High-grade vintage stars and sets from all sports go on the auction block later this week.
The latest Babe Ruth rookie card to hit the market is drawing bidders not shy about chasing one of the hobby’s icons.
It seems impossible. Maybe that’s why every card collector with an imagination dreams about the ultimate find: boxes and boxes of decades-old untouched, unopened gum boxes sitting in some long-forgotten place. It used to happen once in awhile. A stash of 1950s boxes came out of Tennessee in the 1980s. Every couple of years there […]