A rare T206 Honus Wagner baseball card soared to $791,000 at a three-day multi-estate sale
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Mastro Auctions, the world’s leading sports and Americana auction house, is finalizing plans for a live sports auction to be held at the Sports Museum of America – the new home of the Heisman Trophy – in New York City on Monday, Dec. 8.
Philip Weiss Auctions' summer hiatus will end soon, offering an amazing schedule in September. An incredible six auction dates are planned, signaling a strong end-of-year run.
Every field of human endeavor has its outstanding participants, and the sport of baseball is no exception.
The T206 Wagner and the 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth rookie card are the two most valuable baseball cards in the world.
They are the pieces that can make a grown man weep, often spoken about in hushed, reverent tones. They make even jaded and wealthy collectors perspire. They are the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow .
Mastro Auctions’ October Classic Collector online sale featured almost 1,800 lots and concludes on Oct. 24 and 25, 2007.
It was my sincere hope, after last October and this close to Christmas, to not have to pen another word about Barry Bonds until he was ceremoniously denied entrance into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
A Scottsdale, Ariz., company has found its niche among auctions, specializing in charity work for organizations, as well as auctioning sports, entertainment, autograph and presidential memorabilia.