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Potter & Potter Auctions' Pop Culture Sale Scores $230,000 rebecca Fri, 08/02/2019 - 08:16

Chicago — Potter and Potter Auctions' midsummer sales event was one hot ticket indeed. After a dramatic and exciting day of bidding, 75 lots realized $500-1,000; 19 lots made $1,001-$1,999; and eleven lots broke the $2,000 mark. Prices noted include the company's 20% buyer's premium.

New Book: "Game Faces: Early Baseball Cards from the Library of Congress" fbcadmin Tue, 10/23/2018 - 10:26

Front-cover-Game-Faces.jpgA new book, “Game Faces: Early Baseball Cards from the Library of Congress,” offers baseball fans and historians a visual delight that showcases early baseball cards from the 19th and early 20th centuries alongside photos from the early days of th

A guest post by Webb Howell, FB&C's publisher

Pete Rose, for all his faults, recognized that "Baseball is a universal language." The first of April assures us that the language is being spoken again and the first pitches of teams everywhere begin to roll over home plate.

Old Baseball Cards Found in Attic Bring $566,132 at Heritage Auctions

BALTIMORE - The first offerings from “The Black Swamp Find” of 1910 E98 baseball cards - the best near “Set of 30” ever found (realized: $286,800), the finest known Honus Wagner card of its kind (realized: $239,000) and the color variations set (realized: $40,332) - brought $566,132 combined on Aug. 2 as part of Heritage Auctions Platinum Night® Sports auction at Camden Yards. All prices include Buyer’s Premium.