Robert Edward's record-setting May 12, 2012 saw 177 lots bring for $10,000 or more, including a Babe Ruth rookie baseball card selling for $142,200 and a T206 Wagner selling for $651,750.
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Bidding is open now for REA’s annual spring sports-related and Americana auction, which is filled with more than 1,500 lots of rare and desirable sports memorabilia and American history.
For 24 years, the San Francisco Antiquarian Book Print and Paper Fair has drawn bibliophiles together to refine their collections. The fair was Feb. 4-5, 2012. The report from Fair exhibitors was positive. Rosemarie Rustico of San Francisco’s W C Antiques described the first day as “killer busy.” The second day was a bit...
PSAcard.com is removing the pay wall to its PSA Population Report and Sports Market Report (SMR) Online Price Guide, making it available free to everyone. The subscription previously cost $39.95 a year.
"All Star Dealers" premiering at 8 p.m. EST, Jan. 24 on Discovery follows Richie Russek's Grey Flannel auctions. The show is being billed as a cross between "SportsCenter" and "CSI."
The finest collection of vintage baseball-themed board and arcade games ever assembled is available after years of cultivation by collector Dr. Mark W. Cooper. Born of a childhood love of the National Pastime, and the rainy days of his youth, Cooper's collection swelled with sterling examples over several decades.
Legendary Auctions, a premier sports memorabilia auction house, announces it has been selected to handle the sale of the sports cards and sports memorabilia items in the celebrated, multi-million-dollar Dreier collection.
A 40,000-piece collection of movie and TV memorabilia, animation art and other important Hollywood collectibles will be offered at public auction Oct. 29, 2011.