Mile High Card Company August Auction
Approaches $4M with One Week Left of Bidding

Castle Rock, CO - What is sure to be the most impressive auction in the history of Mile High Card Company got off to a very strong start, and with one week left to go, has surpassed $3.75M. Led by a T206 Honus Wagner PSA 1 (current high bid of $730,000) and a T206 Ty Cobb with Ty Cobb back PSA 4.5 (currently at $455,000), it took just 8 minutes for the auction to pass $1M in bids and then hit the $2M an hour later. The auction concludes on Thursday, September 3rd.

Other items off to a very fast start include an Incredible 1948 Bowman Baseball Nearly Full Unopened Wax Box (18/24) Packs BBCE, which is currently at $130,511, 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle SGC 7.5 NM+ that is currently bid to $87,326, 1954 Topps Exceptionally High-Grade Complete Set #11 Current Finest on PSA Set Registry at 8.016 at $58,827, 1955 Topps Exceptionally High-Grade Complete Set #12 on PSA Set Registry with 8.001 GPA currently at $55,737, 1933 Goudey #149 Babe Ruth PSA 8 NM/MT with a current high bid of $71,507, and a 1986-87 Fleer Basketball Unopened Wax Box (BBCE) With Letter Attesting To Original Fleer Sequence from BBCE that stands at $68,101.

Also receiving heavy consideration early are an Exceptional Lot of 24 (Equivalent To Unopened Rack Pack Box) Unopened 1971 Topps Football Rack Packs With Numerous Stars On Top/Bottom - Six (6) Of The Packs Are High Numbered Rack Packs, presently at $48,278 with 22 bids, 1916 Boston Red Sox Cabinet Photo Featuring Babe Ruth-The Finest Example We've Ever Offered at $12,619 with 12 bids, 1979 Topps Baseball 6-Box Rack Case Factory Sealed BBCE at $17,757 with 18 bids, and a 1969 Topps #25 Lew Alcindor PSA 8 NM-MT with a current high bid of $13,551 with 12 bids on the books.

MHCC is presently accepting material for the December Auction. If you desire the maximum possible return for your prized sports cards and memorabilia and want to take advantage of this world-class event, please call our office at (303) 840-2784 to speak with one of MHCC’s experts, or visit our website at