Year: 2016

  • Most Successful Fall Auction in REA History Tallies $6.63 Million!
  • The biggest Fall Auction in Robert Edward Auctions’ history delivered big numbers across the board Sunday night as the sale featuring more than 2300 lots of sportscards and memorabilia realized in excess of $6,630,000 after the dust settled. “The results of this auction affirmed that the market for quality cards and memorabilia is as strong […]


  • 1922 Babe Ruth “Home Runs Chocolate Ice Cream Baseball” Advertising Postcard
  •   Exceedingly rare promotional postcard issued in 1922 for “Babe Ruth Home Run Baseball Ice Cream.” Graded VG 40 by SGC. To the best of our knowledge, this is one of only two surviving examples of this post card, making it one of the most elusive of all Babe Ruth promotional pieces. In terms of […]


  • 1947 Babe Ruth and Claire Ruth Signed Movie Contract for The Babe Ruth Story – PSA/DNA GEM MINT 10 Signatures!
  • Contract, dated July 8, 1947, between Monogram Pictures Corporation and, jointly, Babe Ruth and his wife Claire Ruth. It has been flawlessly signed in black fountain pen by “George Herman Ruth” and “Claire Ruth,” with both signatures grading “PSA 10.” Also signed in blue fountain pen by Steve Broidy, president of Monogram Pictures. The 8-page […]


  • 1931 Babe Ruth Autographed New York Yankees Game-Used Bat – PSA/DNA GU9 – One of the Finest Examples in the Hobby with Extraordinary Provenance!
  •   Babe Ruth’s extraordinary talents on the field and his prodigious appetites off the field, especially with regard to wine, women, and food (not necessarily in that order), are marvelously interwoven in this extraordinary and, in many ways, unique piece, making it, in our opinion, the finest Babe Ruth autographed game-used bat in the hobby. […]


  • REA Modernizes The Auction Closing Method
  • Please note this post was originally written in 2016 and contains references to dates that were specific to the 2016 auction. Please refer to the current auction’s terms and conditions for pertinent closing dates and times.  We are very pleased to announce that we are introducing a new auction closing method that will once and […]


  • 1932 R114 U.S. Caramel “Presidents” Complete Cancelled Set (31) Including Ultra Rare William McKinley
  • Presented is an extremely rare complete set of thirty-one cards from the R114 U.S. Caramel “Presidents” series, including the ultra-rare William McKinley, which is one of fewer than ten examples known to exist and one of the great prizes of all nonsport-card rarities. It is, in fact, far rarer than a T206 Wagner, a T206 […]


  • 1958 Topps Football Unopened Wax Box (24 Packs) with Jim Brown Rookie Showing Plus Original Topps Mailing Case!
  •   Presented is one of the most incredible pieces of unopened material that we have ever had the privilege of offering: an exceptional complete original unopened wax box of 1958 Topps Football containing twenty-four unopened wax packs, one of which features the rookie card of Hall of Famer Jim Brown, the key to the set, […]


  • 1915 Boston Red Sox Real-Photo Team Postcard with Babe Ruth (Rookie) – Newly Discovered Example!
  • Presented is a newly discovered example of one of the great treasures of all Babe Ruth cards and all baseball postcards: the classic “American League Champions” 1915 real-photo postcard of the Boston Red Sox dating from Babe Ruth’s rookie season. Graded VG-EX 4 by PSA. The postcard pictures the Boston Red Sox in a posed […]


  • 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth PSA 8 Offering
  • Any time we get a high-grade Ruth card, we marvel at its beauty and can’t wait to share it with collectors. It’s a special honor for us to have the privilege of offering all four classic 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth cards in superb PSA 8 condition! 1933 R319 Goudey #53 Babe Ruth PSA NM-MT 8  […]


  • The Incredible Turkey Red Find
  • Turkey Reds have long been recognized as one of the most popular and beautiful of all baseball cards. Their bold colors, strong player selection, and incredible size compared to other tobacco issues of the era make them very highly prized in the minds of collectors. Each cabinet card was available only by mail in exchange […]


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