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Nov. 5-7, 2015, in Dallas; massive trading card prices; Brooks Robinson Collection set multiple world records
Brooks Robinson proved the ideal subject for Norman Rockwell's idealized view of American life, and the kindness and humanity of this beloved baseball star shines through in this charming scene of "Gee, Thanks Brooks" Offered via Private Treaty
Strong prices realized in all sectors in July 30-31, 2015, at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago; c. 1860 Brooklyn Atlantics team baseball card, the earliest known team card to ever appear at public auction, brings $179,250
Circa 1860 team card of The Brooklyn Atlantics, passed down in the family of player Archibald McMahon. It is one of the most significant mementos of the sport's infancy ever to surface in the collecting community, quite possibly the only team baseball card to be printed before the first drop of blood was spilled in the American Civil War.
Silver and gold engraved keepsake gifted to English fighter for lasting three, rain-soaked hours with Boston’s John L. Sullivan may bring $30,000 at auction.
On March 1, 1872, President Grant signed into law “The Act of Dedication,” which established Yellowstone National Park, believed to be the first national park in the world.
The hobby shows continued strength as Heritage drops gavel on $18M+ in sales in just 90 days
The only known "Shoeless Joe" Jackson signed photograph, found in a photo book that sat in a trunk at the end of a bed in a Cleveland, OH house sold for $179,250 in our Saturday, Feb. 21 Platinum Night Sports Auction in New York, almost doubling its pre-auction estimate of $100,000+.
Belonged to 11-year-old Yankee fan Jeffrey Maier to catch Jeter's eighth inning tying home run, robbing the Baltimore Orioles of the victory and starting the modern Yankee dynasty
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