Bidding is now open in Robert Edward Auctions’ blockbuster Fall Auction, with more than 2,600 items spanning all areas of sport and non-sport available. The final day to bid is Sunday, October 28.
The auction features an incredible assortment of PSA and PSA/DNA authenticated items, highlighted by some of the hobby’s most impressive cards, autographs, photographs, and game-used memorabilia.
Highlighted by a newly-discovered T206 Ty Cobb with Ty Cobb back, which is expected to break six figures when the dust settles, the auction also features a newly-graded 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle PSA 6 as well as an elusive example of Babe Ruth’s 1917 Boston Store card, the first to surface at auction in more than a decade. One of the finest Babe Ruth single-signed baseballs in existence (PSA 8.5) leads off the memorabilia section along with the second-finest Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig dual-signed baseball (PSA 8). A 1918-1922 Babe Ruth game-used bat along with a 1971 Roberto Clemente jersey appear as well.
One of the hobby’s most impressive collections of signed trading cards also hits the block in more than 300 different lots. Headlined by an impressive collection of 224 signed 1933 Goudey cards, each offered individually, including three Babe Ruths and one Lou Gehrig, the collection spans the years 1887 to 1991. Featuring exclusively Hall of Famers, the collection is highlighted by eleven signed T206 cards, including Cobb and Speaker, the oldest signed card in existence (an Old Judge of Connie Mack), and dozens of postwar rookie cards, including a 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle with a PSA/DNA 10 signature.
As the market for vintage photography continues to heat up, Robert Edward Auctions features nearly 100 different offerings of premium Type 1 photography, with images by Conlon, Bain, Thompson, Jacobellis, and more. Stunning black-and-white photos of Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe Jackson, Christy Mathewson, Jim Thorpe, and more are presented for consideration.
Unopened material is also continuing to lead the hobby in interest, with a number of packs, cello, and wax boxes on the block. Of particular interest is the second-known complete box of 1958 Topps Football cards along with pristine examples of 1971 Topps Baseball and Football, a 1979 Topps Cello Box, and a 1986 Fleer Basketball box.
As always, Robert Edward Auctions has assembled one of the largest mixes of cards and memorabilia available anywhere. From singles to sets to everything in between, there is truly something for everyone.
Collectors are encouraged to visit www.RobertEdwardAuctions.com to view the items and learn more about the auction. Free 660-page catalogs are available and registration is free. The final day for bidding is Sunday, October 28. Robert Edward Auctions is currently assembling its March Auction, with consignments accepted through mid-January. Contact them today at www.RobertEdwardAuctions.com or by calling 908-226-9900.