Wanger Breaks Old Record by Over 1 Million Dollars! Who Owns Most Expensive Card Now?
Photo Credit = Robert Edward Auctions. Not only was the all-time price record for a sports card broken last night, it was SHATTERED by over a million dollars! Once the finally hammer dropped in the Summer catalog at Robert Edward Auction, an SGC 3 T206 Honus Wagner had a final price of $6,606,296.40! Who owns the treasure? How did the buyer pay? Let's look at "The Holy Grail of Cards."
Where Our Hobby Stands on Grading, NFT's, Price Records, and More
Our hobby of cards and memorabilia collecting has changed so drastically and rapidly over the last year that it's easy to miss major updates in the industry. For example, the record for the most expensive card was broken FIVE times since the commencement of the Covid-19 pandemic. If you're getting back into the hobby after a break (even a short break), then things have changed! Even if you're a
Winner of a 2003 Topps Black Chrome Refractor LeBron Rookie Had Offers on the Spot
A lucky customer pulled a rare and valuable LeBron James rookie card while several well-known and famous card collectors were watching. Before the customer could soak up the glory, multiple cash offers were made on the spot and the collector stone cold turned them down! Who made the offers? How much cash was offered? We've got the video of all the action for you!
The Media Mogul Breaks Some Packs with Vintage Breaks!
October 09, 2018 Leighton Sheldon Last night I had the amazing opportunity to meet Gary Vaynerchuck (Gary Vee), CEO of VaynerMedia, at one of his wine tasting events. Towards the end of the evening, we were able to break away from the crowd, talk sports, and opened up five packs of vintage cards – and yes, he even ate a 32-year old stick of bubblegum!