If only baseball cards weren’t so overproduced in the late ’80s and early ’90s. Does anyone know how much a box full of 1992 Ray Lankford cards are going for these days?
The most famous baseball card in the world, the Honus Wagner T206, sold for $2.1 million on Friday at the Goldin Auctions’ showcase, according to the New York Post. The card sold is the “jumbo” version...
A rare baseball card of Honus Wagner sold for a record amount at an auction. See how much the prized collector's item went for.
The Honus Wagner baseball card is the most sought after card of all-time has been auction off this morning for a reported $2.1million according to Dan Good of the New York Post. It is the highest price ever paid for a card in a public sale, surpassing the $1.62 million paid for the same card back in 2008.
Wagner was a Pittsburgh Pirate and revered as one of the greatest shortstops...
Tweet In an online auction run by Goldin auctions on Saturday morning, the rarest and most expensive baseball card in the world, the 1909-11 T206 Honus Wagner card, was auctioned off for a record $2.1 million. The $2.1 million sale for the card breaks the previous record ever paid for a trading card, which was [...]
Modern day ballplayers Alex Rodriguez and even Derek Jeter have nothing on Honus Wagner.
A rare 1909-11 baseball card with Wagner featured on the front sold at auction for a whopping $2.1 million after weeks of extended bidding. The price includes a buyer's premium but was still about a third short of the $3 million the auction expected to fetch.
The item was the centerpiece...
The value of a Honus Wagner baseball card not only continues to hold its value, but it continues to improve. The Holy Grail of baseball cards, the 1909 T206 Wagner, sold at auction on Friday for $2.1 million. The card of 50-100 copies to believed to be in exsitence. The legend behind the card of one of baseball’s first superstars is that Wagner demanded his card removed from packaging...
An expensive bidding war is expected to ensue over an extremely rare 1909 Honus Wagner "cigarette" card, with some expecting bidding to reach $3 million.
A famous baseball card was sold at auction for over $1.2 million. Is that how you would spend your money if you had that much?
St. Louis-based collector Bill Goodwin is set to put his 1909 Honus Wagner card up for auction Tuesday, and he expects it to bring in at least $1 million—perhaps even upwards of $1.5 million.
Bill Goodwin of suburban St. Louis has been in the collectibles business for a quarter of a century, but he says the 102-year-old baseball card he's putting up for auction is about as good as it gets.
Goodwin will begin an online auction for a 1909 Honus Wagner baseball card, one of the most sought-after sports collectibles in the world. Goodwin expects the card to fetch at...
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March 26, 2012