|PSA Insider - January 25, 2011 | Vol. 12 Number 2|
Clean Sweep Auctions opens 2011 with one of our most balanced auctions ever (closing date February 2, 2011), with extremely high quality material from the worlds of cards, autographs and memorabilia, covering all of the major sports. The auction begins with a solid run of baseball card sets and lots. Highlights include an Old Judge Brownie's Champions set, a 1907 Dietsche Tigers Set, a 1933 DeLong set, a 1934 Goudey set and better condition examples of many of the Topps and Bowman issues from 1950 through 1972. Click here for details.
Place Your Bids: SportsCardLink Vintage Card and Memorabilia Auction Ends This Thursday, January 27
This auction features important and exciting sports cards and sports memorabilia from the late 1800s to present day, and closes this Thursday, January 27. Auction lots close "eBay-style", 30 seconds apart, at the exact end times specified next to each individual lot on the SportsCardLink website. Graded sports card lots date from the late 19th Century through 1980 and memorabilia is centered around vintage items with an assortment of more expensive modern items for good measure. Memorabilia within the auction ranges from Mickey Mantle's 1951 rookie cleats to vintage photos and pins to signed balls to game used bats. Click here to read more!
Huggins and Scott Auctions' January 2011 Worldwide Internet Auction: Now Open, Closes January 27
The Huggins and Scott Auctions current January 2011 worldwide Internet auction offers 590 consigned lots of vintage and modern sports cards and memorabilia in a one-day auction with bidding conducted by phone and Internet via the company's Web site, www.hugginsandscott.com. Bidding has begun and will end on Thursday, January 27, 2011. Click here for more.
Legacy Sports Rarities Winter 2011 Vintage Trading Cards and Memorabilia Auction: Ends Sat., January 29
Legacy Sports Rarities "Winter 2011 Vintage Trading Cards and Memorabilia" catalog/Internet auction is well underway. The sale features 329 lots of complete PSA graded Registry Sets, important rarities, and legendary Hall-of-Famer issues. Bidding is now open and will end on January 29th, 2011. Click here for more.
Memory Lane's Rare Championship Awards, High Grade Cards Highlight Football-Only Auction: Opens This Week
With just days left before the NFL crowns its new champion, America's mind is on football. That goes for Memory Lane Inc. as well. The company has once again gathered hundreds of high-grade, rare football cards and memorabilia for its special Big Game Auction, its once-a-year football-only event set to open this week and conclude Saturday, February 5, the night before Super Bowl XLV in Dallas. Click here to find out more!
Sirius Sports Cards Auction #24 Opens January 29: Ends February 10
The next Sirius Sports Cards auction will be open for bidding on January 29 and closes February 10. Be sure to mark your calendar for a great assortment of cards and memorabilia available. Always accepting consignments. Contact [email protected] about your items for auction. Visit www.siriussportsauctions.com to read more.
Just Collect Offers Over 600 Graded Rookies On Sale!
Just Collect is running a huge sale on over 600 graded rookie cards from all sports from the 1960s to the present. The cards are selling quickly, so act now to avoid missing out! Click here to read more.
Holy Grail of Football Cards Commands Record Price in Landmark $350,000 Sale by Memory Lane Inc.
The finest 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski card in existence has been sold for a record-setting price of $350,000 through a private transaction brokered by Memory Lane Inc. Click here for more details.
Rare Joe Jackson Signed Document, 1910 Tobacco Card Among Highlights in Upcoming REA Auction
An ultra-rare Jackson signed document offers a glimpse of a newly wedded professional ballplayer buying a home just before World War I. An exceedingly rare Jackson Old Mill tobacco card presents an even younger man, still a decade from baseball banishment, full of promise. Both Joe Jackson items have emerged from long hibernations in private collections and are among the featured items in Robert Edward Auctions' upcoming spring catalog auction. Click here to read more.
Question: I am starting to collect Super Bowl tickets and only want Full examples. Is there a reason why some Fulls are worth so much more than others?
Answer: Well, with any ticket, popularity or the memorable nature of the event itself plays a big role in valuation. For example, a New York Yankee World Series ticket is usually worth a premium because of the large collector base for Yankee memorabilia. When it comes to the value of Fulls versus Stubs, the standard procedure at some venues was to tear the tickets at the gate, leaving very few Fulls left for collectors to buy. If the Super Bowl was a well-attended one (and back in the day not all of them were total sellouts), chances are that a very low number of Fulls survived. This results in the major premium for some Full Super Bowl tickets.
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