One of a small number of surviving programs from Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game in March of 1962 is on the auction block.
Hunt Auctions is offering the program in its February Internet Auction.
The original owner clipped some articles about the game from a local newspaper and tucked them inside. Those, too, are included.
Another copy of the program from the historic night in Hershey, PA sold a year ago via Heritage Auctions for close to $20,000.
The top selling vintage card on eBay in the first month of 2024 was a 1933 Goudey #149 Babe Ruth PSA 4 that netted $39,580 via Buy it Now.
The biggest confirmed selling price for a modern card in January was $38,000 for the 1/1 2018 Shohei Ohtani Gold Topps Diamond Icons Red Ink Autograph rookie card.
Honorable mention: a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle SGC 1.5 at $35,000 and a PSA 10 1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan sticker that went for the same price.
Collectors of Super Bowl programs can now add the newest edition to their stash.
The official Super Bowl LVIII program has been published and you don’t have to go to Las Vegas to get one.
This year’s version has a whopping 288 pages.
The cost for the stadium edition (no bar code) is $25 with free shipping.
A few years ago, we looked back at some of the most valuable programs from the big game.
Nine-year-old Jayce Choi of Irvine, CA is the winner of Panini’s Super Bowl LVlll Kid Reporter.
As the grand prize winner of the 2024 contest, he’ll have the opportunity to ask a few questions during a media opportunity in Las Vegas early next week.
According to Panini, Jayce has been an avid card collector from the age of six and was able to enter the sweepstakes through the purchase of a Mega box of 2023 Prestige.
As a part of the sweepstakes, the youngster and his parents will also be able to attend the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 11.
The first cards of pro bowlers to hit the market in over a decade arrives next week.
Leaf’s new deal will start with a hobby box product called PBA Premier that offers cards of current bowlers, some memorable names from the past and famous names from other sports who enjoy the game. Yes, that means autographs of Dodgers star and bowling aficionado Mookie Betts.
Hines Ward, Hope Solo and James Harden are also part of the checklist, along with bowlers that even casual fans might realize like Walter Ray Williams Jr., Kyle Troup and Pete Weber.
Release date is Feb. 9.