Love of the Game Auctions will be accepting consignments for our Spring auction this weekend at the Philly Show in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Stop by and visit, drop off your material, and see some of the exciting items that will appear in our next auction right alongside yours. No appointment is necessary – simply stop by Booth 308 with your material and we will be able to accept your consignment on the spot.
If you have a particularly high-value consignment, please contact us at email@example.com so that we can arrange to display it at the show. Our next auction is shaping up to be outstanding, with with a large collection of Turkey Red cabinets, a host of T206 rarities, an original owner collection of tobacco-era baseball cards (including some rare-backed T206 and T207s), and a host of prewar baseball memorabilia!
Consignors to our Spring auction will be paid well in advance of the big Spring hobby auctions. Now is the best time to consign – contact us now, or bring your material to the show, so that we have plenty of time to promote it! If you’re looking to raise funds to bid in the Spring auctions, now’s the time to consign to Love of the Game!
Stunning Turkey Red Cabinet Collection!
Our Spring auction will include a beautiful collection of T3 and T9 Turkey Red cabinets, including some of the highest-grade specimens available.
We unveiled 25 cards from this collection in our February auction, including gorgeous Christy Mathewson, Tris Speaker, and Addie Joss cards. Our next auction will include the balance – more than 100 cards, including high-grade baseball Hall of Famers and a complete T9 boxing set, sold individually!
Over the next few weeks we will be unveiling bits and pieces of the collection to the hobby. The best way to see it is to follow us on Facebook, or visit our news page regularly.
Another Original Owner Collection!
On the heels of the successful sale of the Rudy Strejc Collection, we’re proud to feature another original owner collection of tobacco era baseball cards. This collection was assembled by a young man growing up in the early 1900s near Philadelphia, and includes a fantastic assortment of N172, T205, T206, T207 and more – including some rarities, and difficult backs. We’re proud to feature a rare, Broadleaf-backed T207 Ward Miller, a host of N172 Hall of Famers, and an assortment of Cycle and AB-backed T206s.
Love of the Game Auctions, PO Box 157, Great Meadows, NJ 07838 www.loveofthegameauctions.com