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Consign With Us
We’re currently accepting items for our upcoming auctions. When you choose to do business with Albersheim’s, you’ll work with a company committed to your best interests whether you’re a buyer or a seller, a novice or an experienced collector. Every aspect of the auction process is executed with the greatest attention to detail, and you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your items will be treated with the utmost care.

We are seeking vintage autographs in all fields including, but not limited to Sports, Politics, Space, Aviation, Literature, Art, Military, Science, Music, Entertainment, Comic Books, Currency, Championship Rings, Awards, and Historical. We are generally not seeking contemporary autographs, but exceptions will be made according to value. We also buy/consign historical Memorabilia such as Game used sports equipment, Film Worn Props, Rare Books, Vintage Sports Memorabilia (i.e. Advertising pieces, photographs, games), VIntage/Rare Toys, Stamps, Coins, Sports Cards, and anything else of value. As a general rule of thumb, we are looking for consignments with an individual value of $250 and higher.

How Does an auction consignment work?
Have something you want to sell? We’ll need a detailed description and pictures of the items. The best way to speed up the process is to email us directly at with a detailed description of the item(s) and to include as many detailed photos as possible so that we can make the best informed decision.

We’ll review it and email or call you to discuss the items and their pricing to ensure that we can come to an agreement.

Once we’ve agreed to the terms, we’ll send you the paperwork which you’ll mail back to us along with your well-packed and insured items so that we can place them into the next auction.

When the auction starts, you can view all of your lots on our web site and monitor their progress throughout the auction. After the auction, you’ll receive a statement that summarizes all of your sales, along with the pertinent details for each lot.

Sell To Us
Do you need quick cash? Don’t want to wait to get paid via auctioning your items? Why not sell outright? Unlike many auction houses, we have a retail side of our business and are constantly purchasing new inventory.

Please submit a list of what you’re interested in selling and we’ll do our best to work out a deal where all parties are happy. The best way to speed up the process is to email us directly at with a detailed description of the item(s) and to include as many detailed photos as possible so that we can make the best informed decision. Contact us today for a quote.


The Albersheim’s business was born before Richard Albersheim even realized it.  It started in the eyes of a young boy from Baltimore, Maryland who had a passion for sports as a die-hard Orioles fan.  At the age of six, he bought his first pack of baseball cards.  That young boy’s captivation and allure with sports and its players grew over time into an obsession with the hobby that thrives stronger than ever in Richard today.

After a lucky encounter with starting Orioles catcher Rick Dempsey at a local department store signing, he started obtaining autographs at Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium.  Because of this new-found “friendship” with Dempsey, Richard was hooked on collecting autographs.  He began to write letters to ballplayers and received responses from old-time Hall of Famers such as Bill Terry, Waite Hoyt, Burleigh Grimes, Joe Sewell, and countless others.  Shockingly, he’d often open his return envelopes with thank you letters from these legends thanking him for actually remembering them. Can you imagine that happening today?

Richard decided to branch out and contact celebrities, politicians, astronauts, captains of the industry, and other sports stars. After racking up numerous dollars on postage (his parents generously funded the mailing costs), he had to start selling some of his treasured collection to prove to his folks that he wasn’t just wasting money on this new found passion. In 1985, Richard sold his very first autograph, a Muhammad Ali signature for $8. His second sale was a Rock Hudson signed 8×10 photograph for $40. This was the point where the light bulb clicked on for his parents! They realized that there might be something more to this other than their son spending countless hours locked away in his room or at the public library researching famous people and writing letters asking for their signatures.

After high school, Richard attended the University of Maryland at College Park and briefly attended and played football (if you call getting his butt kicked during practice) at Montgomery College Rockville (Maryland). By the middle of his college career; the buying and selling of autographs and historical memorabilia had become a career and Albersheim’s was born.

Of course he tried out some other things along the way; such as acting in Hollywood television shows and movies, signing a screenplay deal to option the book Necessary Roughness (that was written by legendary sports agent Mike Trope), spending four years working as a recruiter for sports agents (and signing several future NFL players along the way), blogging, and working as an on-air radio personality. However, the constant source of income and passion for Richard has always been buying, selling, and collecting rare historical artifacts and autographs.

Richard has been involved in every facet of the hobby, whether it’s the procurement of scarce historical treasures for high end collectors or working in various consulting capacities on legal cases, with card companies, institutions, auction houses, celebrities and/or their estates; he consistently puts in a tireless effort and performs to a perfectionist level.

In past years, he has written for Sports Collector’s Digest and Tuff Stuff Magazine. Richard has been interviewed on several radio programs and publications around the country and worked as an expert witness in a legal proceeding in Cook County, Illinois. His biggest deal to date was the 7 figure deal brokering of the Duke Hott football collection, which is arguably the best privately held professional football collection in the world.

Richard consulted on the short film, Historic Holman Stadium by up and coming film maker, Jean-Marc Le Doux. Another recent film project was working in an unofficial capacity as a consultant on Undefeated, The Roger Brown Story, a documentary film about the ABA basketball star, by renowned film maker and journalist Ted Green. This film may have been the catalyst to finally spur Brown’s selection to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. Additionally, in 2012, Richard appeared in several episodes of ABC’s sports memorabilia reality TV show, Ball Boys, as an autograph expert and in 2013, he appeared on the History Channel’s hit television series, Pawn Stars. Most recently, in 2014, Rich has been actively consulting on an upcoming documentary film about Basketball Hall of Famer Bobby “Slick” Leonard. In November 2014, Rich was quoted on regarding the Jameis Winston autograph situation.

Richard has also received credits in several sports related books, which include the following:

  • The Negro Leagues Autograph Guide
  • Baseball Hall of Fame Autographs: A Reference Guide
  • The 50 Greatest Players in St. Louis Cardinals History
  • The 50 Greatest Players in New York Giants Football History
  • The 50 Greatest Players in Boston Red Sox History

Today, Richard Albersheim is considered to be one of the leading experts in historical autographs and sports memorabilia worldwide. Other dealers and collectors throughout the industry frequently seek out his expert advice for their own business proceedings. He has worked with countless former athletes and their families in acquiring or disposal of their estates, in turn helping them achieve top dollar for their historical treasures. When working with Rich, expect open honesty and real advice.

He won’t tell you what you want to hear, but rather what you need to know to make the best informed decision.

Featured Auctions

(*) Indicates Auction in Progress
(*) Auction of Champions: Feb. 17 - Feb. 27
(*) Iconic Auctions: Feb. 20 - Feb. 27
(*) Heritage Auctions: Jan. 30 - Feb. 27-28
(*) 77 Auctions: Feb. 19 - Feb. 28
(*) CollectibleXchange: Jan. 25 - Feb. 28
(*) Pritine Auction: Feb. 1 - Feb. 28
(*) Sirius Coins: Feb. 21 - Feb. 28
(*) Auction of Champions: Feb. 17 - March 1
(*) JG Autographs: Feb. 24 - March 2
(*) Steve Novella: Feb. 23 - March 2
(*) Clean Sweep Auctions: Feb. 11 - March 3
(*) MeiGray Auctions: Feb. 12 - March 3
(*) University Archives: Feb. 11 - March 3
(*) NBA Auctions: Feb. 11 - March 4
(*) MEARS Auctions: Feb. 26 - March 6
(*) Goldin Auctions: Feb. 15 - March 6-7
JG Autographs: March 3 - March 9
(*) RR Auction: Feb. 19 - March 10
Goldin Auctions: March 5 - March 11
(*) Huggins & Scott Auctions: Feb. 26 - March 11
(*) NBA Auctions: Feb. 18 - March 11
Sirius Sports Cards: March 1 - March 11
(*) Heartland: Feb. 20 - March 13
(*) The Collector Connection: Feb. 24 - March 14
JG Autographs: March 10 - March 16
Heritage - Monthly: March 4 - March 18
(*) NBA Auctions: Feb. 25 - March 18
RR Auction: March 11 - March 18
(*) Memory Lane: Feb. 26 - March 20
JG Autographs: March 17 - March 23
MJAuthentic23: March 12 - March 23
Collect Auctions: March 8 - March 25
NBA Auctions: March 4 - March 25
Iconic Auctions: March 20 - March 27
Goldin Auctions: March 15 - March 27-28
JG Autographs: March 24 - March 30
(*) Lelands: Feb. 25 - April 2
Love of the Game: March 18 - April 3
SCP Auctions: March 17 - April 3
2021 Full Auction Schedule