Graded Baseball Cards
Lot 1. 1933 George C. Miller Lefty Grove Graded PSA VG 3. This card is well centered. The colors are beautiful and striking. Upon close inspection, there is a crease which apparently accounts for the grade of vg. The grade may be technically correct, but it does not do the card justice. As George Miller cards go, this one is exceptional. |
Winning Bid $1,391.
Lot 4. 1950s “PREMIERE Gum and Card Vendor” Tabletop Vending Machine. This vintage machine dispensed gumballs and cards in the 1950s. The two glass panels displaying the cards are intact, as is the original center glass panel. The baseball cards pictured are include. This machine is virtually pristine with only a very few very small paint chips. It is the finest example of its kind that we have ever seen or offered. This vending machine is original and in good working order; a key that provides access to the machine’s interior is present. Text says “Premiere Ball Gum and Card, INSERT 2 PENNIES TURN HANDLE.” |
Winning Bid $1,854.
Lot 95. 9 1958 Topps Including Mantle, T. Williams, Koufax – 2 PSA and 1 SGC-Graded. #16 Neal PSA NM 7, 485 Ted Williams All-Star PSA NM 7, 45 Groat SGC 84 NM, 187 Koufax ex, 310 Banks ex-m, 368 Colavito ex+, 418 World Series Foes (Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle) vg-ex, 482 Banks All-Star ex, 487 Mantle All-Star vg-ex. |
Winning Bid $327.