Card Collection Featuring Babe Ruth Could Smash Records At Auction
A Florida physician who died from COVID left his family a sports card collection worth an estimated $20 million and it's all headed to auction.
A Babe Ruth baseball card could set a new world record soon.
A Florida man who built a sports cards collection worth around $20 million died from COVID.
Thomas Newman left his family his 40-year stash which includes a 1933 Babe Ruth card that auctioneers believe could break the $5.2 million record.
The family will auction it off next month.
Newman's son said his dad bought the card about two decades ago for a fraction of the price and has turned down hundreds of offers since.
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