Mile High Card Co Auction Has Opened Strong – Bidding Continues

1952 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 6 Headlines Mile High Card Company Extra Inning Auction

Mile High Card Company’s Elite January Auction opened to heavy bidding that is expected to continue at a steady pace right up to the January 21st close. Leading the selection of high-profile items is a PSA 9 1954 Topps #128 Henry Aaron RC, which quickly breezed past the $100,000 mark on its way to what will likely be a new record price.
Also receiving strong action are the individual cards from the breakup of the #1 PSA Set Registry rated 1950 Bowman football and 1955 Topps All-American sets, including 1950 Bowman #1 Doak Walker PSA 8 NM/MT, #45 Otto Graham PSA 9 MINT and the one and only #144 Knox Ramsey PSA 10 GEM MINT as well as 1955 Topps All-American #37 Jim Thorpe PSA 9 MINT and #68 The Four Horsemen PSA 9 MINT.

Other standout items include 1933 Goudey #92 Lou Gehrig MINT, 1915 Cracker Jack #57 Walter Johnson MINT, 1952 Bowman #101 Mickey Mantle MINT, 1957 Topps #328 Brooks Robinson RC PSA 9 MINT, 1957 Topps #212 Rocco Colavito PSA 10 GEM MINT, the one and only 1962 Topps #218 Joe Torre PSA 10 GEM MINT, the one and only 1970 Topps #140 Reggie Jackson PSA 10 GEM MINT, 1980 Topps #482 Rickey Henderson PSA 10 GEM MINT, 1915 Cracker Jack #88 Christy Mathewson NM/MT+, 1915 Cracker Jack #103 Joe Jackson PSA 8 NM/MT (OC), 1948 Leaf #1 Joe DiMaggio NM/MT, 1954 Bowman #66 Ted Williams NM/MT, 1954 Topps #128 Henry Aaron RC PSA 8 NM/MT, 1909-11 Sweet Caporal 350 T206 Ty Cobb Bat Off Shoulder NM/MT and the one and only 1954 NY Journal-American Mickey Mantle PSA 9 MINT.

MHCC is already in the process of lining up more spectacular items for the April auction, and there’s still time to be a part of it. If you desire the maximum possible return for your prized sports cards and/or memorabilia, please call our office at (303) 840-2784 to speak with one of our team of experts or contact us at

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About Mile High Card Company

Since being established by Brian Drent in 1996, Mile High Card Company has risen to heights that rival the Rocky Mountains that surround their southern Denver metropolitan headquarters that sits a mile above sea level. Widely recognized as one of the industry’s preeminent auctioneers and sellers of high-grade vintage sportscards, Mile High is a leader in the fast-paced and ever-changing landscape of high-grade sports rarities. The company is just coming off their highest grossing auction with over $2.8 million in record setting bids.

It is no surprise that with Drent at the helm, Mile High has become a major player in the sports collectibles hobby over the past decade. His lifelong fascination and passion for sports and high-grade cards is palpable to anyone he deals with. When he’s not buying or selling cards, he is sure to be found enjoying his other passions – playing basketball, skiing and spending time with his wife, Michelle and their daughters, Emersyn, Taytam and Meryn. Along with the passion, integrity and customer service that clients of Drent and Mile High have come to expect, the company also offers a computerized “want list” service, graded card auctions, outright sales, a competitive consignment program and an appraisal service. “We are a full-service dealer and we are very well aware that collectors have a multitude of options to chose from when buying or selling cards,” says Drent. “That is why we are committed to dealing with our clients in the most professional and discreet manner.”

Offering a comprehensive selection of high-grade vintage 1888 to 1970 baseball cards, as well as an extensive selection of football and basketball cards, the company also maintains a strong presence in the hobby by advertising in numerous publications and attending most major trade shows. They are committed to providing their clients with an ever-expanding selection of items in both their auction offerings as well as their day-to-day sales.

If you have been searching for a company and a dealer that shares your passion for sportscards and memorabilia, aim high – Mile High!