Roberto Clemente Run, Jim Brown RC and Hall of Fame Football RCs
The Three Rivers Collection Where the Allegheny River and the Monongahela River unite to form the Ohio River was a multi-use stadium opened in 1970 and proved to be a hotbed for both baseball and football for the next several years.The Pittsburgh Pirates represented the National League in the World Series in 1971 and again in 1979, winning the World Championship both seasons. The Pittsburgh Steelers, led by Chuck Knoll, went from a 1-13 season in
Featuring Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb and Much More
What's in the collection? That's what I asked when a collection arrived via our FedEx Shipping program from a collector in Colorado. The answer surprised me. Seventeen pounds of tobacco cards. I did a double-take and asked again, almost rhetorically, "What's in the collection?" 17 Pounds of Cards While the collection wasn't entirely tobacco cards, it was 17 pounds and it was mostly tobacco cards and the small amount that wasn't tobacco was mostly pre-war material aside from a small stack of about 100
Includes cards from Nine Decades 1909-1989!
- November 16, 2018
- Leighton Sheldon
Momma Wants a New Kitchen Would you sell your collection? Have you ever considered selling or apprasing your cards? What reasons might you consider for selling either a portion or the entirety of your collection? Perhaps you might sell to help fund a college education for yourself or a family member. What if you needed to purchase or make an expensive repair to a car. Maybe your collection is valuable enough to provide for a down payment on a new
Amazing How Much the Aaron Card Has Increased in Just 5 years!
- August 30, 2016
- Scott Alpaugh
We get phone calls all of the time from people telling us about cards that they've found or asking about collections that have been given from grandparents, parents and siblings. Rare is the call where someone has a collection that they've received from their children, but that was exactly the case when a local New Jersey man called us about a set that his son had given him nearly a decade earlier. The gentleman called and mentioned that he had been gifted a
- December 09, 2014
- Leighton Sheldon
This week, we are proud to offer an extremely well centered example of Whitey Ford's rookie card from the 1951 Bowman set. This card is graded SGC 84 NM, and presents beautifully inside the black encapsulation. The card is free of any creases or staining, while still holding tremendous registration & color - pretty impressive for a card that's over 60 years old! Ford spent his entire career in pinstripes, pitching the Yankees to six World Series Championships, while also earning Cy Young honors along the way. Ford