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Goldin Auctions stands proud as a leader in the sports collectibles industry, and our memorabilia auctions are followed by collectors from all over the world. We offer online sports auctions, with options to bid on your favorite items, as well as colorful, printed auction catalogs.

The most valuable baseball cards ever sold at sports auction? We hold some of those records including the highest of all, $3.12 million for the “Jumbo” Wagner, as well as many other records for other sports cards and memorabilia.

Record-Breaking Card Sales: What Makes Them So Special?

Our auctions display more first-time-offerings than anyone else in the sports auctions industry. The memorabilia that we have are acquired directly from agents, sports athletes, and from respected historic collections. We use the industry's most-trusted resources for our authentication including PSA, PSA/DNA, JSA, SGC, and MEARS.

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