Over 1,600 cards from some of the hobby’s top pre-War sets will be on the auction block beginning next week in a special 10-day auction.
Robert Edward Auctions will offer complete and near-complete sets of N300 Mayo, T200 Fatima, T204 Ramly, T205 Gold Border, T206 White Border, T207 Brown Background, T213 Coupon, T3 Turkey Red, T9 Turkey Red Boxing, D304 Tip Top Bread, E145 Cracker Jack, E92 Dockman, E93 Standard Caramel, E95 Philadelphia Caramel, and more will be offered card by card.
The auction runs November 3-13.
The 1914 Cracker Jack set is a tough nut to crack.
Unlike the 1915 set, the inaugural set was only available by purchasing boxes of the product. Higher grade copies are scarce.
There’s a partial set break underway now on eBay, headlined by a PSA 5 Joe Jackson, a PSA 7 Grover Cleveland Alexander and a PSA 3 Honus Wagner.
Game-used items from the World Series are starting to trickle onto the MLB Auctions platform.
Bases and baseballs from the first two games in Houston are among the first items to be offered with many others to come.
If you’ve been around the hobby for a while, you known about Marshall Fogel. The retired Denver area attorney has a world class collection including one of the three PSA 10 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle cards, game-used memorabilia from some of the greatest to ever play—and more.
If you’ve wanted to take a look at some of the best items and hear more about how they got them, his collecting philosophy and more, here you go:
Here’s a short and funny Halloween story from Troy Aikman.
On The Dan Patrick Show last week, he recalled a time early in his NFL career where he forgot to pick up candy for trick-or-treaters and decided to hand out autographed football cards instead.