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Single-lot auction of bats creating a hobby buzz October 31st, 2005
sportscollectorsdigest.com
Game-used bats are one of the hottest segments of the sports memorabilia hobby, so it’s somewhat ironic that an upcoming sale of four bats that never saw game usage is generating such a buzz among bat collectors.
 
88 Years In the Making - The Topps White Sox World Champions Set October 28th, 2005
psacard.com
Topps announces it has created a special limited edition set commemorating the 2005 World Champion Chicago White Sox (image attached). The 55-card set includes
 
Topps Introduces Signatures Series Hall of Fame Baseballs October 28th, 2005
psacard.com
The Topps Company, historic trading card maker, today announced the launch of their Signature Series Hall of Fame baseballs.
 
Geppi's Auction Two Day Total Brings In $1.7 Million October 27th, 2005
beckett.com
The second day of a massive 3-day auction of sports, historical and entertainment memorabilia, saw 333 lots hammed to a close early this morning bringing the two-day total to $1.7 million, with the final third of the auction to be completed Thursday October 27.
 
Auction News - October October 27th, 2005
sportscollectorsdigest.com
Auction News - October
 
Save The Date! American Memorabilia’s Annual “Holiday Gift” Auction Closes on December 8, 2005 October 25th, 2005
psacard.com
American Memorabilia's "Holiday Gift" Auction, literally has something for everyone! Throughout the year each auction has been getting bigger and better. This one is shaping up to be the best! Here is a sneak peek at what you can expect
 
Bright Color, Classic Design: A look at the 1963 Topps Baseball Set October 25th, 2005
psacard.com
Imagine a time when few people had heard of "The Beatles", the "Beverly Hillbillies" was the hit TV program, and America's heroes were the seven original Gemini Astronauts. The spring of 1963 was a great time to be alive, and even better if you were a young lad who loved to collect baseball cards!
 
Collecting the Impossible: A Look at the Bob Fisk Collection October 25th, 2005
psacard.com
Chances are that if you have heard that a particular baseball card exists but have never seen one, this collector probably has it. Not just one example but, in many cases, the entire set!
 
Heritage Sports Collectibles Presents Its Greatest Auction Yet! October 25th, 2005
psacard.com
Heritage Sports Collectibles gets "personal" on Saturday October 29th, as it offers the private collections
 
PSA/DNA AND WIZARDS OF THE COAST ALLY ON COLLECTIBLE CARD SECURITY EFFORT October 21st, 2005
psacard.com
PSA/DNA, a division of Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT) and a leading provider of value-added authentication and grading services to dealers and collectors of high-value collectibles, today announced an alliance with Wizards of the Coast, Inc., a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. (NYSE: HAS) and maker of the iconic MAGIC: THE GATHERING Trading Card Game (TCG).
 
GameUsedUniverse.com set to start revolution October 18th, 2005
sportscollectorsdigest.com
After launching its Web site just prior to the start of this year’s National Convention in Chicago, GameUsedUniverse.com continues to remain focused on its quest to revolutionize the game-used sports collectible world.
 
The Great Roger Maris Old-Timers’ Bats Experiment October 18th, 2005
sportscollectorsdigest.com
Les Lieber is a man who knows a good idea when he hears one. Or when he comes up with one himself. And he came up with a doozy in the spring of 1962. In a time when daily newspapers boasted a clout and a demographic reach that would be almost impossible for Generation X’ers to fathom, Lieber was what was called a “Roving Editor” for This Week Magazine.
 
Putting Price On Quirky Red Sox Treasures October 10th, 2005
thebostonchannel.com
If you're like a lot of baseball fans, you've saved souvenirs over the years that may now have more than just sentimental value.
 
Auction News - October October 10th, 2005
sportscollectorsdigest.com
Auction News - October
 
PSA Reports Yet Another Record Price, $150,000, For Babe Ruth-Signed Baseball October 7th, 2005
psacard.com
A new record price for an autographed Babe Ruth baseball has been set less than a year after it smashed previous records. The finest known Ruth-signed ball, graded 9.5 out of 10 by Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), has privately traded hands between a Southeastern U.S. seller and an anonymous East coast buyer for $150,000, according to PSA.
 
Mahovlich to auction hockey gear October 5th, 2005
detnews.com
Frank Mahovlich is the latest former NHL player to put up his hockey memorabilia for auction.
 
The Great Roger Maris Old-Timers’ Bats Experiment October 1st, 2005
sportscollectorsdigest.com
Les Lieber is a man who knows a good idea when he hears one. Or when he comes up with one himself. And he came up with a doozy in the spring of 1962. In a time when daily newspapers boasted a clout and a demographic reach that would be almost impossible for Generation X’ers to fathom, Lieber was what was called a “Roving Editor” for This Week Magazine. A lifelong baseball fan, the New York native was as enthralled as the rest of the country in 1961 as Roger Maris chased the hallowed single-season home run record that had been held for more than three decades by Babe Ruth. And the debate that ensued about the circumstances surrounding that historic chase included a good deal of speculation about the new, lighter bats.
 
Hunt brokers deal for 1934 Ruth Tour of Japan uniform at $771,096 October 1st, 2005
sportscollectorsdigest.com
Hunt Auctions recently paid $771,096 for a Babe Ruth 1934 Tour of Japan game-worn uniform in a unique sale described as a “private phone auction.”
 




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