Mile High Card Company’s largest-ever auction is online now and closes on Thursday, March 22nd

MH image 1 Spectacular 1965 Topps baseball cards complete set, ranked #1 on the PSA set registry with an outstanding grade of 9.848 GPA (minimum bid: $75,000).

Mile High Card Company’s March 5-22 online-only sale is the largest catalog auction in company history. Over 2,300 lots are up for bid. In addition to the expected top lots shown here, the Brian Goldner collection comprises perhaps the most expansive group of late 19th to mid-20th century cards ever assembled. In addition to traditional cards like Goudey, Diamond Stars, T206, Cracker Jack and Play Ball, offered are high-quality cards from more obscure sets like Buchner Gold Coin, E102 Set of 25, Dockman & Sons, E101 Set of 50, Croft’s Candy, Nadja Caramels and many more – more than 900 lots in all.

MH image 2 1932 U.S. Caramel #32 Babe Ruth baseball card, graded PSA 8 NM/MT (minimum bid: $20,000).

The Sigurd Berg collection contains some of the finest autographs known, obtained on envelopes and note cards by simply mailing away to the day’s greatest athletes in various sports and requesting an autograph. Lots include a Babe Ruth signed envelope PSA/DNA 9, a Grover C. Alexander signed envelope PSA/DNA 10, a Cy Young signed envelope PSA/DNA 9, a Ty Cobb signed envelope PSA/DNA 9, and a Honus Wagner signed notecard PSA/DNA 9 MINT. The sale also features the 1991 Topps Desert Shield Complete Set #1 On PSA Set Registry, voted the 2017 Best Modern Baseball Set of the Year. Click here to find out more.

MH image 3 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Eddie Plank baseball card, graded PSA 2.5 Good+ (minimum bid: $10,000).



Treasureseeker Auctions is preparing for “best sale to date” on Sunday, March 25th

TS image 1 Tiffany & Company silver and mixed metals sugar bowl (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Treasureseeker Auctions, LLC is preparing for what it believes will be its best sale to date, on Sunday, March 25th, online and at the firm’s gallery in Pasadena, Calif., at 11 am Pacific time. Offered will be many wonderful items from several local estates, to include a Tiffany mixed metal sugar bowl, a Tiffany mosaic glass match holder, over 40 French cameo art glass vases, two lovely Sabino plates, original Chiparus bronzes, a one-of-a-kind Teco vase, a huge Chinese 12-panel coromandel screen, a pair of Art Nouveau wall sconces signed Bouval, and amphora items, like dragon, snowdrop and crab vases.

TS image 2 Rare Teco “Four Satyrs” one-of-a-kind vase (est. $8,000-$12,000).

Also up for bid will be a pair of Gres Bijo vases with bronze mounts, Semiramis vases, a monumental Goldscheider “Bedouine” bust, a fabulous “Madonna and Child” micromosaic, a Tiffany Studios Acorn table lamp, a large wood Black Forest figural planter, original paintings by noted artists (to include Marcel Dyf, R. Atkinson Fox, A. Asti, Eustace Ziegler and William Dorsey), a nice selection of dog paintings, an R. Lalique “Davos” vase and other Lalique glass pieces, and a Galluba and Hoffman double nude figure. Visit

TS image 3 Tiffany Studios (N.Y.) mosaic glass match holder (est. $4,000-$6,000).