Babe Ruth Rookie Card Sets New Mark as Mile High Card Co. Smashes Records in $5.7M Auction
“A 1916 Babe Ruth rookie card set a record for its grade in Mile High Card Company’s November Auction.”
Collectible Card Trading Platform Alt Raises $75M As It Eyes Other Asset Categories And Preps Its Mobile Launch
Alt has raised a $75 million Series B from top investors and pro athletes with big hires incoming and a mobile app launching soon.
After Bingeing on Dramas, Netflix and Rivals Target Reality TV
The rumored Goldin docuseries following Ken, the auction house, and the hobby has a new home—Netflix.
Finally: In Person Toronto Fall Expo Returns This Weekend
The largest hockey collectible conference in Canada, The Toronto Expo, held semi-annually in November and May, returned to in person attendance at the International Centre in Toronto after three straight virtual conferences.
Hobby Tweets of the Week
Top Sports Ticket Auction Sales: November 2021 Update
With new tickets breaking records, Altan updates their exploration into top sales for sports card tickets.
UFC Names The Memento Group (TMG) Official Global Memorabilia Partner
UFC and The Memento Group announced a multi-year partnership in which TMG will become the global distributor of officially licensed UFC memorabilia. The agreement was brokered by UFC’s licensing agency IMG.
Manufactured Scarcity And Its Impact On Card Values
Worthpoint explores how card manufacturers have learned from past mistakes and are better controlling sports card supply.
Hank Aaron, Freddie Freeman Cards Soar As Braves Memorabilia Enjoys Post-World Series Surge
“The Atlanta Braves 2021 World Series victory led to a predictable memorabilia surge, led by cards of legend Hank Aaron and current star Freddie Freeman.”
Hall of Famer and New York Giants football legend, Lawrence Taylor and Super Bowl MVP, Ottis Anderson joins Collectable Weekly!
What's it Worth?
The Atlanta Braves are World Series champions, with a lot of cool pieces of memorabilia being appraised by Michael Osacky! Along with a Rickey Henderson rookie card, Sandy Koufax signed baseball and a 1/1 Justin Herbert rookie card.
The home run hit by Atlanta Braves, Jorge Soler in Game 6 of the World Series sat on the sidewalk for 8 minutes. The Panel debates on whether the lucky pedestrian should sell or hold the lottery ticket found. Steph Curry turned back the clock on a recent 50-point performance, is he in the “goat” talk yet? Finally, what similarities do Kyrie Irving and Aaron Rodgers have with their vaccine stances, all on this episode of The Panel!