Bidding Is Live: Memorabilia, Cards and More at Collect Auctions – Ends August 6th

Collect Auction Offers Preview of Upcoming July 20 – Aug 6 AuctionCollect Auctions bidding is now live. The auction is viewable and available for bidding at There are more than 700 lots of vintage sports cards and sets, signed baseballs, photos, trading cards, jerseys and bats, an unparalleled selection of vending, cello and wax boxes; and much more. Bidding ends Thursday, August 6 at 9:00 p.m. CST (10:00 EST).

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Unopened Product Leads the Way in Collect Auctions

Instead of heading over to the case break pavilion at the National Sports Collectors Convention, sports card nuts might just want to head to the Collect Auctions’ booth, grab a catalog, participate in the upcoming sale and keep the unopened product to themselves.

Once again, Collect Auctions will offer a wide selection of unopened product in a sale slated to end Aug. 6 at Look for 1982 Donruss Baseball unopened rack and wax cases, 1983-85 Topps Baseball unopened vending case, 1985 Topps Baseball unopened vending case, 1986 Donruss Baseball wax sealed case, 1989 Upper Deck Baseball high-number wax box sealed case and 1990 Leaf Baseball Series 1 wax box sealed case.

If cases of unopened product are a bit much in terms of price and product amount, why not try some boxes on for size? Collect Auctions will offer a 1972-73 Topps Basketball wax box, 1978 Topps Baseball wax box, 1979 Topps Baseball cello box, 1986-87 Fleer Basketball wax box, 1987-88 Fleer Basketball wax box, 1973 Topps Baseball Series 4 wax box, 1974 Topps Football wax box, 1975 Topps Baseball cello box, 1976-77 Topps Baseball vending boxes, 1986 Topps Football rack box and dozens of other unopened product lots.


If you’re a collector of cards that have already been busted open and then submitted to a third-party grading service, some of the highlights will be a 1965 Topps Baseball complete set with PSA 7 examples of Mickey Mantle and Hank Aaron, along with a high-grade complete set run of Fleer Basketball from 1986-89 with the coveted 1986 Fleer Michael Jordan graded PSA 8.5.

Collect Auctions will also offer high-grade complete Topps sets from 1960 and 1964-69, many with PSA-graded stars among the collective sets at PSA 7 and PSA 8 levels.

Signed sets have long been a staple of Collect Auctions. The Aug. 6 sale will feature the following:

  • 1957 Topps Baseball signed near set (327) with 25 HOFers
  • 1958 Topps Baseball signed starter set (350) with 19 HOFers
  • 1962 Topps Baseball signed starter set (280)
  • 1979 Topps Baseball signed near complete set
  • 1980 Baseball Immortals signed near set (55, all PSA/DNA slabbed)
  • 1983 Donruss Baseball signed complete set
  • 1989 Topps Baseball signed complete set
  • 1990 Score Football signed near set.

The autographed material keeps coming, highlighted by a Roberto Clemente signed 1964 Topps Giant card, Jackie Robinson signed 8-by-10, Derek Jeter single-signed ball with the “Captain” inscription and Ty Cobb, Frank Baker, Mickey Cochrane, Dizzy Dean multi-signed baseball (eight signatures in all).

Also look for a Thurman Munson signed 3-by-5 index card (PSA/DNA), Ted Williams game-used, signed Amyx Mfg. Co. bat from his time in the military and Ty Cobb and Satchel Paige single-signed baseballs.

There will also be a Nile Kinnick signed album page, 1953 N.Y. Yankees team-signed ball (26 signatures) and Hall of Famer-signed Cooperstown bat featuring 63 signatures, including Mantle and Ted Williams. A non-sport beauty is a Mercury 7 crew-signed 8-by-10 photo autographed by John Glenn, Scott Carpenter, Gordon Cooper, Wally Schirra, Alan Shepard and Deke Slayton (PSA/DNA).

Game-used material is led by a 1949 Stan Musial game-used bat, signed and inscribed “Stan ‘The Man’ Musial, Gamer 1949.”

For more information on this sale, visit or call (888) 463-3063.

See Us At The National Convention

In addition, many of the key items will be on display next week at The National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago (July 29-Aug. 2). Collect Auctions (Steven Bloedow, director of auctions) will be set up in booth 1108 to accept consignments for our winter auction, distribute catalogs, answer questions and display some of the key lots in our August 6 auction.