Shohei Ohtani's spring training struggles evaporated into the night air near Disneyland Tuesday. His first major league home run, belted in front of an enthusiastic home crowd, was the talk of sports world. Considering the fuss over Ohtani and the intense interest from his home country, the ball would have been worth a significant amount of money on the open market but … [Read more...] about Ohtani’s 1st Home Run Ball Won’t Be Coming to Auction
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One of the seven rare T206 Ty Cobb Tobacco cards found in a crumpled paper bag inside an old house early last year sold for $228,000 to pace Memory Lane Inc.’s Summer Auction early Sunday morning. The card from the “Lucky 7 Find” that generated international headlines was graded PSA 2.5. It was the second time the card had sold since its discovery by family members … [Read more...] about Lucky 7 Cobb Paces $2.9 Million Memory Lane Auction
A 1933 Goudey Sport Kings Babe Ruth graded PSA 8 sold for $53,000 in Memory Lane’s recently concluded I Own It Now catalog sale. In all, 11 individual vintage sports cards sold for more than $10,000. The consignment event places items for sale at fixed prices for a set period of time, after which offers can be made. The selling prices reflect a 15% buyer’s … [Read more...] about Vintage Cards Shine in Memory Lane Sale
Collectors attending the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago this week will be able to feast their eyes on one of the most remarkable high grade collections of rookie cards featuring members of the Baseball Hall of Fame, all of it coming to the auction block next month. The “Graham Collection”, pieced together by a devotee of the PSA Set Registry, features … [Read more...] about Remarkable Rookie Card Collection Coming to Auction via Memory Lane