Mile High Card Company Post-Holiday Auction of Vintage Collectibles

Mile High Card Company, the renowned hub for vintage sports cards and collectibles, has launched its coveted Extra Innings Auction right after the holiday weekend. This enticing auction, which began on Tuesday, May 28, features a stunning array of over 1,200 lots, inviting collectors of all budgets and preferences to join the bidding frenzy in pursuit of timeless treasures.

At the heart of this auction lie some exceptional pieces that are sure to captivate seasoned collectors and enthusiasts alike. Standout items include a PSA 9 graded 1973 Topps Mike Schmidt rookie card, a 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle rookie card graded PSA 6 (MC), and a rare T206 Ty Cobb Portrait card boasting a striking red background with an SGC 3 rating – offering a glimpse into the rich history of sports card collecting.

Adding to the allure are complete and partial sets on offer, such as the 1956 Topps set, which boasts a plethora of graded cards, enriching the collection with variety and depth. Fans of baseball legends like Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig will also find treasures from the 1933 Goudey series, a 1950 Bowman Jackie Robinson card graded SGC 5 EX, and a 1952 Topps Willie Mays card graded SGC 5 up for grabs.

The auction transcends eras, featuring stars from different time periods, including a 1954 Topps Henry Aaron card graded PSA 3, and a 1961 Topps Mickey Mantle card graded PSA 7. Modern collectors are not left out, with items like a 2000 Bowman Tom Brady ROY Promotion card graded PSA 6, and sealed Pokémon Base Set boxes from 1999 and 2000 making an appearance, catering to a diverse range of interests.

Collectors have until Thursday, June 6, to participate in this thrilling auction that promises an unparalleled opportunity to own rare and sought-after pieces that narrate the compelling history of sports memorabilia and trading cards. Moreover, the anticipation mounts as Mile High Card Company prepares for its upcoming major catalog auction, set to entice collectors later this summer, while also welcoming consignments from interested parties eager to share their prized collectibles with fellow enthusiasts.