One of the hobby’s top 1962 Topps baseball collections is being broken up and sold over the next week.
The 610-card group, with variations, is being offered by vintage card specialist Steve Novella. The set carries a GPA of 8.10 and includes over 500 PSA 8 graded cards, 57 PSA 9s and nine PSA 7s.
Only seven cards are missing from a complete master set.
Nearly all of the major Hall of Famers carry a NM/MT 8 label.
The auctions will close over two nights with cards #1-300 ending Tuesday, Feb. 13 and #301-598 closing Thursday, Feb. 15.
Bidding is underway on Novella’s eBay page.
The annual Super Bowl Auction is heading for Saturday’s finish line with football memorabilia past and present going on the block.
Many of the items have been on display at the NFL Experience in Las Vegas all week.
Hunt Auctions has been conducting the sale for 17 years now. President David Hunt showed off some of the items we wrote about last month and talked about the history behind the event–and the items–in this segment with KLAS-TV.
Over 53,000 Victor Wembanyama cards have been graded so far by PSA, SGC ,Beckett and CGC.
Gem Rate tracking shows the draft night cards produced for the on-demand Topps and Panini platforms have been the most submitted cards of the NBA’s top draft pick to date.
There have been over 3,400 of Wembanyama’s first pack pulled cards in Panini’s Hoops basketball product that have been graded and returned to customers of all four grading companies.
Photos from the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum are hitting the road.
An exhibition of 51 framed photos will debut Saturday at the Dubuque (IA) Museum of Art. It’ll run there through June 16 and then move to the Mulva Cultural Center in De Pere, WI. Stops next year will include Greenville, SC and Laurel, MS.
The photos are part of the 250,000 or so images that are in the Hall’s collection. They include photos from renowned photographs such as Charles M. Conlon, Carl Horner, William C. Greene and Brad Mangin.
Those photos are all part of a book published in 2021.