Vintage Baseball Collectibles Dublin, New Hampshire (June 22, 2009)—Yankee Magazine’s “Antiques & Collectibles” columnist, Catherine Riedel, offers a colorful narrative on the history of baseball collectibles
News-Antique.com - Jun 24,2009 - Dublin, New Hampshire (June 22, 2009)—Yankee Magazine’s “Antiques & Collectibles” columnist, Catherine Riedel, offers a colorful narrative on the history of baseball collectibles in the recent article “For Love of the Game.” According to Riedel, collecting photos and other memorabilia honors baseball and pays tribute to history. For the complete article, go to: http://bit.ly/pfpmk
“For today’s collectors, there are plenty of collectibles to choose from, and the price range couldn’t be wider,” writes Riedel. “Ticket stubs and baseball cards start as low as $10, while autographed balls, bats, and uniforms sell for five and six figures.”
Catherine Riedel, a regular contributor to Yankee’s “Antiques & Collectibles” column, works for Boston-based Skinner, Inc., one of the nation’s leading auction houses for antiques and fine art and the only major auction house headquartered in New England. With expertise in more than 20 collecting areas, Skinner provides a broad range of auction and appraisal services, and Skinner auctions regularly achieve world-record prices. Skinner’s appraisal experts appear regularly on the PBS-TV series Antiques Roadshow.
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