PWCC is partnering with case and box breakers to bring raw cards to market through its platform.
The Oregon-based company has launched its Breaker Network, which allows collectors who pull cards during breaks to have them sent directly to PWCC and placed up for sale through various platforms.
The company has partnered with several breakers with others in line to join in the months ahead. Raw cards can now be shipped directly from Breaker Network partners to PWCC. Among the breakers who have partnered on the deal are Crave, Indy Card Exchange, Jaspy’s, Roadshow Cards, The Coffee Breakers, The Card Plugz and La Fav.
PWCC will provide high resolution images of the cards and the option to have cards authenticated and graded as part of the service.
Sotheby’s will sell a pair of Michael Jordan worn shoes from Game 2 of the 1998 NBA Finals in an upcoming auction.
The “Last Dance Season” shoes are expected to sell for between $2 million and $4 million.
The shoes will be auctioned next month in conjunction with the release of the new film “Air.”
Last year, Sotheby’s sold a 1998 Jordan-worn Finals game jersey for $10.1 million.
Hockey Hall of Famer Dino Cicarrelli has consigned his personal collection to Classic Auctions.
Among the nearly 60 lots will be game-used gear, milestone pucks and 30+ different game-used sticks gifted by former teammates and other NHL stars from the 1990s and 2000s, including Wayne Gretzky and Alex Ovechkin.
The Connecticut Whale of the Premier Hockey Federation is auctioning special jerseys it wore last month for Alzheimer’s awareness.
The women’s league club is selling 26 jerseys from the Feb. 18 game through MeiGray. The jerseys were designed with purple Alzheimer’s ribbons on the sleeves. The jerseys carry a MeiGray Authentication tag.
All proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer’s Association of Connecticut.
Each jersey carries a $200 starting bid, with the auction set to run through March 28.