The auction for the 1857 Laws of Baseball documents has garnered some international attention.
The auction is underway with a current high bid of over $190,000 if you include the buyer’s premium added at the end of the sale.
Stories in the Associated Press have generated headlines and ESPN.com discussed the auction with SCP Auctions’ Dan Imler.
A PSA 8.5 1955 Topps Sandy Koufax rookie card sold for a huge price over the weekend. Check out the auction here.
Bidding for the BVG 8 1952 Topps Mantle has passed $230,000 with a little under three days left in the auction, which is on eBay. According to the listing, the reserve hasn’t been met.
You can see the up-to-the-minute list of the most watched sports cards and memorabilia on eBay here.
Social media destinations for collectors seem to pop up about once a week as companies look to become the place where collectors go to share their stuff—and maybe conduct business.
Some optimistic projections on the future of sports collecting from two of the people behind one such enterprise in this Forbes.com story.
Ever wonder what the 1928 game program from the famous Knute Rockne “Win One for the Gipper” speech looked like? Here you go.