Auctions next sale loaded with rare vintage materials

It’s not very often someone comes across never-before-seen or uncataloged collectibles, especially in the sports memorabilia hobby. One such major occurrence took place last year when a Wisconsin man found a box containing some of the rarest baseball cards ever produced – the 1934 Al Demaree Die-Cuts (R304) by Dietz Gum Co. of Chicago. And now the hobby has a chance to own then, as Auctions will offer these rare cards in its Sports & Americana Auction No. 5, slated to kick off July 26 and end Aug. 12. Read More

T206 Set Headlines Huggins & Scott’s May Sale

Huggins & Scott unveiled its buyer’s premium sliding scale in its Feb. 4-5 auction – which offered a lower buyer’s premium the more an item sold for – and in the end, the auction house paid out more than usual. That’s a testament to the quality of items in the sale. Read More

ITPC sale boasts treasures from Kail collection

Inside the Park Collectibles latest phone/Internet auction is up and running and open for bids. As with most ITPC auctions, this auction has a heavy emphasis on figural and display-type memorabilia. There are 150 quality lots of vintage memorabilia with ITPC’s no buyer’s premium policy in effect. Read More