Part 4 of the sale featuring the best T206 baseball card collection ever pieced together will get underway later this month.
Heritage Auctions will present the latest installment of the David Hall T206 Collection, with some of the scarcest examples from the hobby’s most popular and expansive pre-War set going on the block.
Among the cards that will be up for grabs when bidding begins March 26: a PSA 3 Ty Cobb Bat On Sholder with Old Mill Tobacco back. Somewhat surprisingly, only four examples have ever been graded with this one the best of the lot. It’s expected to sell for $20,000 or more.
Others that Heritage anticipates will see five-figure action include one of only four Hindu-Red Mordecai Brown (Chicago On Shirt) in existence. Graded 4 by PSA, it carries a pre-sale estimate of $15,000 and up.
The auction also includes a true 1 of 1: a Miller Huggins Hands at Mouth with Drum Cigarettes back.
The overall total PSA pop is over 700 submissions with the one offered in the auction still the only card confirmed example. The pre-sale estimate on the PSA 2.5 card is $12,000 and up.
Numerous Hall of Famers with rare backs are also part of the auction, which is set to close on Thursday, April 16.