Bid in Birmingham Auctioneers November 29, 2020 Pre War Sports Card Auction IV

Bid in the Birmingham Auctioneers November 29, 2020 Pre War Sports Card Auction IV.  Bid, view and register at Over 800 lots of cards and collectibles from 1941 and earlier including over 250 lots of T206’s. Starting bids are all between $1 and $25 and no reserves ever! Extended bidding begins 10pm on Sunday November 29th. In extended bidding you are only able to bid on lots that you have previously bid on, so get your preliminary bids in today!


Highlights for this auction include:

Consignments Wanted:
Call us at 717.327.8915 or email us at We will come to you in many cases. If you are local to us you are also welcome to come to our offices in Lehighton, PA.

In 2021 we will be officially changing our name to The Collector Connection. For now you can use the new address or the old one if you have it saved, either will work, but you may want to update your bookmark!

Items Wanted Include:

  • Sports Memorabilia
  • Comic Books – Looking for are keys such as first appearances or cameos, Gold & Silver Era, Artist or Author signed, High Grade modern slabbed etc.
  • Non-Sport Cards – We hold two Non-sport auctions a year, usually two or three weeks after the Philly Non-Sport Show. We do take some last minute consignments at the auction, but to get the best placement it is advisable to get in touch earlier
  • Pre-War Sports Cards – We also hold two Pre-War Sports Auctions a year.Spring and Fall. This is mainly a card auction but there is often a selection of publications, autographs and more all from 1941 and earlier
  • Oddballs Odds and Ends – A popular addition to our auction schedule, this is a cards only auction that is full of food issues, team issues, promos, minor leagues, and more, mostly pre 1980

About Us
David Birmingham
In the sports card and memorabilia business full time since opening Birmingham Auctioneers in 1983. He has gone on to call auctions for some of the biggest names and events in the hobby as well as hosting hundreds of his own auctions in Central Pennsylvania. He studied auctioneering in the HACC program where he graduated in 1983.

Scott Russell
He started doing shows as a dealer back in 1986 when he was only 14. Unlike many of his contemporaries he always had an interest in older cards and so survived the crash of the late 1980’s and early 1990’s material that eliminated many small dealers. He has been a Top-Rated and Power Seller on ebay where he has been selling since 1998. He is a recipient of the Dick Henry Scholarship to the RACC Auctioneering program where he graduated in May 2017.