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Beckett Vintage Collector Apr-May 2019, Frank Robinson : An Appreciation of excellence, The Mysterious T207 set, And More......

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Vintage Collector
A few years ago, a friend of mine and I were discussing
THE 1933 GOUDEY PSA SET REGISTRY HERITAGE AUCTION
GOLDIN AUCTIONS 2019 WINTER AUCTION BRINGS LOU GEHRIG BAT TO MARKET
CAP WAS PART OF HERITAGE AUCTIONS’ LOU GEHRIG COLLECTION
With a trailblazing career that included a Triple Crown, two MVPs, being the first African-American manager in the major leagues and induction into the Hall of Fame, the late Frank Robinson proved himself one of the game’s true legends. So where is the love among collectors?
Frank Robinson’s innovative career spanned some of
Worn by Willie Mays during the 1968 season, this home
Why the 1970s is the most impactful decade in football and hobby history.
Talk to any collector who has completed a 1972 Topps
Not only is the 1972 Topps set one of the toughest
Sweetness retired as the NFL’s all-time leading rusher
EVEN WITH MISSING LEGENDS, MUDDY IMAGES AND LACK OF COLOR, T207 CARDS HAVE NO SHORTAGE OF BUYERS AND COLLECTORS
JACKSON’S TOBACCO CARD A RARITY IN CONDITION
Big hair and big talent dominated the decade of the
A 1932 player contract signed by Babe Ruth calling
While growing up a caddy at The Country Club in Brookline
CARD TRIMMING MAY MAKE A CARD LOOK BETTER, BUT SUCH ALTERATION CAN ALSO FOREVER DESTROY A CARD’S VALUE
MILE HIGH CARD COMPANY AUCTION – MARCH 2019
A LOCAL CHAIN LURED CANADIENSOBSESSED SHOPPERS WITH SOME OF THE ODDEST COLLECTIBLES EVER OFFERED.
1926-2019
THERE’S YET ANOTHER WRINGLE IN COLLECTING T206 CARDS
THERE ARE THOSE WHO WERE THERE WHO SAY BABE RUTH DID CALL HIS SHOT IN THE 1932 WORLD SERIES. BUT THERE ARE OTHERS WHO SAY, NO, HE DIDN’T. THE FACT IS, RUTH DID POINT OUT AT SOMETHING DURING THE AT-BAT, AND THEN HE DID HIT THE BALL OUT FOR A HOME RUN.