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Auction for Once In a Lifetime Card Goes Live November 30th, 2005
Barry Scott of Guntown, Mississippi, pulled a once in a lifetime card at his local hobby shop, Sportscards, on November 9, and today he is offering collectors their own once in a lifetime experience through an online auction launched at 5 p.m. CST today. The card, a product of the 2005 SP Legendary Cuts from Upper Deck, features the signatures of Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, and Walter Johnson, four of the five member of the inaugural baseball Hall of Fame.
Latest addition brings GameUsedForum.com and GameUsedUniverse.com together with all the benefits November 28th, 2005
While it might not have the same type of impact of the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, the consolidation of GameUsedUniverse and GameUsedForum will likely leave those utilizing the new-and-improved site feeling like they’re now getting the best of both worlds.
Mile High Card Company Presents a Scintillating Array of High Grade Cards and Memorabilia in Their December 7th Auction November 28th, 2005
The upcoming December 7th, 2005 Mile High Card Company auction continues to show that MHCC is committed to maintaining its status as the preeminent auctioneer of truly high-grade cards all the while looking to firmly establish themselves in the high-end memorabilia market as well. Without question the firm has been active as the December 7th auction offers up over 900 lots of precisely selected high-grade cards, key 19th century pieces, amazing high grade sets, and choice pieces of memorabilia, which should have collectors scrambling in attempts to procure some of the treasures offered within the auction.
Auction Calendar November 23rd, 2005
Auction Calendar
Orange You Glad You Collect Hockey Cards? November 23rd, 2005
Recognizing that nothing goes hand-in-hand quite like healthy snacking and hockey cards, Upper Deck and Sunkist are teaming up to release a new series in bags of oranges.
American Memorabilia Presents a Series of Uniquely Inscribed and Signed Baseballs by the Immortal, Mickey Mantle November 22nd, 2005
The Holiday Season is looking better and better for devout Mickey Mantle fans. American Memorabilia, the Las Vegas Sports Auction House, will be offering a number of the most unique Mickey Mantle signed baseballs. Each of these Official American League spheres will be a featured lot in their December 8th "Holiday Gift Auction." PSA/DNA have already authenticated each baseball and due to the atypical inscriptions penned by Mantle, an event such as this is highly unlikely to be repeated.
MastroNet Prepares for December Auction of Epic Proportions November 22nd, 2005
MastroNet, Inc, the leading Sports and Americana collectibles source has an established history of setting auction records and bringing the best collectibles to public auction. But, it appears this time, the auction powerhouse has outdone itself by leaps and bounds. On November 21, bidding will begin in the largest multi-consignment, internet/phone auction MastroNet has ever conducted. Over 2,800 items of high-quality memorabilia are expected to attract vigorous bidding. The items available represent all collecting genres including sports, comic books and comic art, historical milestones, Hollywood, music, political campaigns and more. Bidding will conclude on December 7, 8 and 9.
Bat from final out in White Sox Series victory to be auctioned by Geppi's Memorabilia Road Show November 22nd, 2005
A year ago, the “final out baseball” from the Red Sox-Cardinals World Series, was retained by Boston first baseman Doug Mientkiewicz and became the focus of great controversy and an important part of Boston team history.
American Memorabilia’s Holiday Gift Auction Will Be Closing on Thursday, December 8, 2005 November 21st, 2005
American Memorabilia's "Holiday Gift Auction" has opened and is accepting online bids. The printed catalog will be mailed this week! To register online go to www.americanmemorabilia.com or you can register by telephone by calling the toll free number 800-430-0667. The office is open from 7:00 am - 7:00 pm (PST).
Auction companies preparing for peak season November 21st, 2005
Vintage memorabilia is a red-hot market, and there is no shortage of auction companies offering great items throughout the year. But there’s no time of year in the auction market like early December, when several high-profile auction houses roll out some of their finest material in the hopes of attracting wealthy collectors.
Jagr, Ovechkin Sign at Frozen Pond November 17th, 2005
Toronto’s Frozen Pond held two events recently that further cemented its standing as the hobby’s premier source for hockey autographs.
Auction News – November November 16th, 2005
Auction News – November
2005 PSA Set Registry Winners Announced! November 15th, 2005
With 17,000 sets registered at the time of the awards deadline on October, 31, 2005, 5,000 more than last year, selecting the final award winners was an indomitable task for our judges. The Registry is now home to some of the finest sportscard, non-sports cards, and memorabilia sets ever assembled. The awards were given to registrants based on, but not limited to the following criteria: set popularity, difficulty, grade average, completion percentage, domination, and degree of competition within the set category.
Beckett Hockey Contest: The Ultimate Artifact November 14th, 2005
Hockey memorabilia collectors, time's running out for you to share your fantasies with us (no, not those fantasies...)
The Memory Lane Inc. November Auction is Now Open November 9th, 2005
The auction falls into seven main categories, each is unique and full of high quality graded material.
PSA Grading Update November 9th, 2005
PSA has decided to authenticate and grade cards that exhibit removed coupons or tabs, such as the Red Man Tobacco series from the 1950’s, under the PSA Hand-Cut grading standards.
Sotheby's & SCP Auctions To Sell Important Sports Memorabilia And Cards On December 10, 2005 November 9th, 2005
On December 10th, Sotheby's and SCP Auctions will hold a sale of Important Sports Memorabilia and Cards, including unique material representing the most prolific figures in the history of America's most popular sports - baseball, football, basketball, hockey and boxing.
Topps Brings "The Mick" Home November 9th, 2005
The Two Biggest Names In Baseball Cards Are Back Together Again
Busch Stadium Auction offers more than 380 lots November 8th, 2005
The St. Louis Cardinals, in conjunction with Lelands.com and Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) will be offering more than 380 unique items from Busch Stadium in an historic online auction beginning Friday, Nov. 4 – just a few days before a wrecking ball will strike the first blow in the demolition of the venerable stadium.
ITG Extends Non-NHL Agreement with Crosby November 2nd, 2005
In The Game, Inc. has announced the one-year extension of their agreement with Sidney Crosby, further cementing the strong relationship between the company and hockey's most exciting young player.

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