PWCC holds a massive auction which closes every Sunday night. While all kinds of collectibles are available, the sports card offerings are particularly strong. Below are some of the most notable baseball card sales from the auction that recently closed.

Ronald Acuna 2017 Bowman Chrome Blue Refractor Auto BGS 10

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The Atlanta Braves have been knocked out of the playoffs, but that shouldn't undermine just what Ronald Acuna was able to accomplish this season. The Atlanta outfield finished the year with a .337 batting average, 41 home runs, and an astonishing 73 stolen bases. Not surprisingly, Acuna is the hottest modern player in the hobby.

Acuna's best rookie card is his Bowman Chrome Blue auto refractor. This issue is limited to 150 copies and this card has been graded a 10 by BGS. Pristine grades for the company are exceedingly rare. Bidding on the card was hot and heavy and it ended up selling for $9,900.

Jackie Robinson 1952 Topps SGC 4

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Due to baseball's color barrier, Jackie Robinson did not play in the major leagues until he was 28 years old and the Dodgers' Hall of Famer only played for 10 years. As a result, there just aren't that many Jackie Robinson baseball cards out there. And the ones that do exist are highly sought after by all kinds of collectors.

During this week's PWCC auction, an SGC 4 copy of Robinson's 1952 Topps card sold for $9,600. The 1952 set is a legendary set for Topps and this is one of Robinson's nicest-looking cards. A PSA 9 copy once sold for $960,000.

Nolan Ryan 1968 Topps PSA 8

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Nolan Ryan began his pitching career in the 1960s with the Mets and finished for the Texas Rangers in 1993. As one of the coolest players ever, the Ryan Express gained legions of fans during those 27 years. So while it has been 30 years since the hurler took the mound, his collectibles remain popular to this day.

The auction featured Ryan's first card from the 1968 Topps set. The card, which Ryan shares with Jerry Koosman, another excellent pitcher, is one of the most renowned in the sports world. Graded at a PSA 8 and with an Eye Appeal rating in the top 30%, the card sold for $6,600.

Jackson Holliday 2022 Bowman Chrome Purple Refractor PSA 10 

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Led by young stars like Adley Rutschman, Gunnar Henderson and Grayson Rodriguez, the Baltimore Orioles had their best season in years, making the playoffs. Despite all this success, the Orioles still have the top-rated prospect in baseball sitting in the minors. His name is Jackson Holliday.

Holliday, the first pick of the 2022 Draft, destroyed minor league pitching during his age-18 season. Collectors are taking notice of the infielder's ability and the young Orioles' cards are selling briskly. This gem mint signed refractor, limited to 250 copies, sold for $2,400.

Ty Cobb 1914 T213 Bat Off Shoulder PSA 1

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The PWCC auctions, of course, include cards of the stars of today as well as impressive cards from the 1950s and 1960s. But there are also incredibly old vintage offerings as well. And few vintage player cards get more attention than those of Ty Cobb.

Cobb's T213 card had two versions, one with the bat on his shoulder and one with the bat off. The collectible is rare but still pops up in an auction from time to time. Despite the offering's poor condition, the card still sold for $3,720.

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