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Parallels Between Comic Art & Sports SInvesting | Glen Brunswick, Panel Page Art | CL 61
Glen joins Collectable Live to discuss the world of original comic art and to help sports card and memorabilia collectors understand the space through the sports collector lens.
Collectable Presents Shareholders of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Record-Setting Ball the Opportunity to Send it to Auction
The basketball used to set the record broken this week by LeBron James will join Goldin’s February Elite Auction.
Kobe Bryant Jersey from MVP Season Sells for Over $5.8 Million
The jersey, photomatched to 25 games, became the second most expensive basketball jersey ever sold.
LeBron Cards, Collectibles Roll On as New Scoring King Take Throne
“Since October 15–just prior to the start of what was expected to be his record setting season–over 100,000 listings for LeBron cards have sold on eBay for over $10.5 million.”
Hobby Tweets of the Week
Mark Hamill Selling Signed ‘Star Wars’ Memorabilia to Raise Funds for Ukraine
The actor who portrayed Luke Skywalker is signing a limited amount of Star Wars posters, something he hasn’t done since 2017.
1991 Ferrari 653 Goes for $3.9M in RM Sotheby’s Paris Auction
“Having witnessed a huge surge in values for modern-era F1 cars during 2022, the new year has continued to reinforce that trend with the sale of the 643.”
Tom Brady Memorabilia Spikes with Announcement of His Retirement from Football
The legendary QB shot from 10th most searched player to #1 on PWCC after his announcement.
Billionaire Pockets over $3 Million After Auctioning Off 76 Hermes handbags—and His Family Still Owns More than $1,000 of Them
“Named the first part of a “visionary collection of Joseph Lau,” the event was the largest single-owner handbag sale in Asia’s auction market”