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Record $2.1 Million Paid in Baseball Card Auction
A small collectible went for a big price at a record-setting baseball card auction.
FOX News Radio’s Ron Flatter has details:
$2.1 million: That’s what someone paid this weekend for a small baseball card more than 100 years old, knowing collectors know it features Pittsburgh’s Hall-of-Fame shortstop Honus Wagner. It’s a card that was taken off the market back then because Wagner didn’t want to be associated with the sponsor, American Tobacco.
While Goldin Auctions claimed it was a record price for a baseball card, there’s an asterisk: it’s a record price AT AUCTION. Another Wagner card went for $2.8 million at a private sale in 2007.
Ron Flatter, FOX News Radio.