|PSA Insider - Jun 14, 2011 | Vol. 12 Number 11|
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The auction includes: Baseball memorabilia and autographs, The Sal LaRocca Collection, sports and non-sports cards; The Brooklyn Dodger Executive Collection Negro League, Latin, Japan & International Baseball Memorabilia & Autographs; The 1929 Collection; rings and awards; stadium artifacts; The Gold & Silver Collection; sports art; hockey memorabilia & autographs; The Sports Fan Collection; The Ohio Wesleyan Photograph Collection; The John Leptich Collection; The New York Gentleman's Collection; The Harry M. Stevens Collection; basketball memorabilia & autographs; The Mark Mausner Boxing Collection; The Harlem Collection; boxing; football; rock 'n' roll; Americana and more. For more information, please visit www.lelands.com, email at email@example.com. Hurry, auction ends June 24, 2011.
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Goodwin & Company's Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons XXXIII: Now Open For bidding. Closes June 16, 2011
This auction offers a vast array of some of the hobby's most desirable cardboard treasures. Leading the auction is the collecting world's finest American Caramel E120 set. This fantastic set was previously ungraded and is new to the collecting world. All things considered, it has to rank as one of the top sets in the hobby. One of the most important cards in the industry is presented here, the Babe Ruth Rookie, in a stellar PSA EX-MT 6 grade. You'll find 849 lots of great graded sports cards! Visit our web site at www.goodwinandco.com to bid and or register for the current auction. Read more here!
|MnM Sportscards June Auction Open June 4th; Ends June 19
MnM Sportscards June Auction begins Saturday the 4th and is packed with something for everyone. The auction highlights are high graded 1921 E121 American Caramels, many being the only one of its grade. Also, there are Mickey Mantle graded cards from the '50s, Ruth memorabilia, authenticated autographs, and many more items. Click here to find out more!
Memory Lane Inc. "I Own It Now" Sale Now in Progress: Ends June 24
Memory Lane Inc's "I Own It Now" Sale is in progress and will run June 3-24, 2011. Within hours of being open, a 1948 Leaf #8 Satchel Paige Rookie PSA 7 sold for $35,000. Other highlights currently being offered include: Lot #1 - 1956 Topps #135 Mickey Mantle Gray Back PSA 10 GEM MINT, Lot #3 - 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle Rookie PSA 8 NM-MT, Lot #5 - 1914 Cracker Jack #88 Christy Mathewson PSA 4 VG-EX, Lot #7 - Michael Jordan Motorsports Authentic Inaugural Year Yamaha YZF-R1 AMA Superbike, and more! Check out all 94 items being offered in Memory Lane Inc's "I Own It Now" Sale. Visit www.memorylaneinc.com.
Mile High Card Company's Spring Auction Performs to the Tune of Nearly 2.5 Million.
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Sterling Sports Auctions June Sale of Over 1,600 Lots: Now Open, Closes June 23
Sterling Sports Auctions is pleased to present over 1600 lots in their June event ending Thursday, June 23. The auction features a number of significant graded singles as well as several complete and partial PSA graded set breaks. Hall of Fame rookie cards from all sports are well represented with an 1894 N142 George Davis, a 1933-36 Zeenut PCL Joe DiMaggio, and 1948-49 El Indio Monte Irvin presenting opportunities to pick up infrequently encountered rookies. Mainstream rookie cards of Duke Snider, Satchell Paige, Sandy Koufax, Bobby Layne, Jim Brown, Knute Rockne, and many more are excellent for set collectors and rookie collectors alike. A partial T206 set with almost all the Hall of Famers as well as the key Demmitt and O'Hare rarities is offered alongside a partial 1952 Topps set highlighted by a PSA 6 Andy Pafko and more than 70 PSA graded high numbers. For the collector who has everything, a fantastic blank-back 1969 Topps Mickey Mantle is available and stands alone as the only recorded copy graded by any grading company. In all, cards from over 100 different sets are offered in this auction. New bidders are encouraged to register at www.sterlingsportsauctions.com.
Question: Why do O-Pee-Chee hockey cards generally sell for more than their Topps counterparts?
Answer: Since the sport of hockey is more popular in Canada than in the United States, the Canadian issue (OPC) sells for a premium. In addition, since OPC cards are subject to more condition obstacles -- including severe rough-cuts at times -- the cards are usually much tougher in high-grade.
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