A Babe Ruth single-signed baseball was the top seller at the Collect.com Auctions Sports & Americana Auction No. 3. The auction, which closed on Dec. 3, 2009, saw 655 lots sold for a total of $260,451, including the buyer’s premium.
TIMONIUM, Md. – Hake’s Americana & Collectibles is offering what just may be the greatest selection of collectibles in the firm’s history in Auction No. 198, which closes Sept. 10.
WATCHUNG, N.J. – The strength of the high-end baseball card and memorabilia market shocked collectors at Robert Edward’s record-setting May 2, 2009, auction.
Few baseball fans would argue but that there is a certain fresh smell about a new baseball– sort of a clean, earthy smell. But without that piece of lumber called a bat, the ball would be no more to the game than a meaningless sphere orbiting through the air as it is tossed from...
A sole surviving set of National Copper Plate Co. portraits produced in 1898-99 depicting the era’s most popular baseball players took top honors June 18 in Collect.com Auctions’ debut sale.
IOLA, Wis.—A sole surviving set of National Copper Plate Co. portraits produced in 1898-99 depicting the eras most popular baseball players took top honors June 18 in Collect.com Auctions' debut sale.
NEW YORK – People around the world now have a rare opportunity to own a piece of America’s rich history. Iconic and cherished items from the original Yankee Stadium are now available via a public sale and auction
WESTHAMPTON BEACH, N.Y. – Fierce competition for professional sports memorabilia in Grey Flannel’s April 29 Summer Games auction kept phone lines and the Internet buzzing.
A sepia postcard depicting a Hall of Fame plaque of baseball legend Babe Ruth and boldly signed by the Bambino himself, sold for $62,150 at a two-day, three-session multi-estate sale held March 28-29 by Philip Weiss Auctions.
WATCHUNG, N.J. – The Robert Edward Auctions catalogs will ship on April 9, 2009. The first copy off the presses will be presented to The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., for their library, as is the longstanding tradition.