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Every MLB Team’s Highest-Selling Baseball Card of All Time

When it comes to vintage sports memorabilia collecting, it’s not just about rarity or condition; it’s about the nostalgia of being a fan. It’s all in our name: the Love of the Game. To tap into that love, we used Card Ladder to find out what the highest-selling cards are for all 30 MLB franchises …

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The Seven Most Important Questions in Picking a Sports Auction House to Consign Memorabilia

You have some vintage baseball memorabilia that you’d like to sell. Maybe it’s the proverbial shoebox of cards in your grandparents’ attic. Maybe they’re treasured items collected over many years. Whatever it is, every piece of memorabilia has a story behind it. A vintage sports auction house exists to connect every special piece of memorabilia, …

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1869-2022: The Most Valuable Baseball Card Sold From Every Year (Almost)

As an internet sports auction house that specializes in matching quality consignments with experienced bidders, we’re fascinated with how baseball card prices serve as a proxy for people’s connection to not just sports, but to nostalgia and culture. While there are lots of cards made every year that have some interest among hobbyists, there’s always …

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LOTG Welcomes Andrew Aronstein

Andrew Aronstein Joins Love of the Game Auctions as Inventory Manager Strategic Hire Responds to Sustained Growth for Hudson Valley-based Internet Sports Auction House KINGSTON, N.Y., Sept. 20, 2021 – Sports memorabilia industry veteran Andrew Aronstein has joined Kingston-based Love of the Game Auctions (LOTG) as inventory manager. The strategic hire coincides with a strong period of growth for the internet …

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Ted Patterson

RIP Ted Patterson

I’m heartbroken to report the news of the passing of Ted Patterson. Dave Yoken, the original founder of Collectable, called me one day in 2015 to tell me he’d met a former broadcaster down in Baltimore that had a great collection, and was looking for a new auction house to consign with. Dave was kind …

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