(PRWEB) September 19, 2012
Ty Cobb spent 22 seasons with the Detroit Tigers, the last six as the team's player-manager, and finished his career with the Philadelphia Athletics. Cobb is widely regarded as one of the best players of all time. In 1936, Cobb received the most votes of any player on the inaugural Baseball Hall of Fame ballot. PoliceAuctions.com, a website known for its listings of police auctions and government auctions, will be auctioning a vintage Ty Cobb baseball card. The auction will start on Wednesday September 19th. The vintage card is a 1909 T206 El Principe de Gales American Cigarette Card.
The T206 tobacco card set was issued by the American Tobacco Company and distributed by the company’s sixteen different brands throughout 1909 and ending in 1911, according to Wikipedia.
PoliceAuctions.com will be using their Facebook fan page to promote the auction for the 1909 Ty Cobb card. PoliceAuctions.com fans will be able to view photos for the ball and link back to PoliceAuctions.com to bid.
The auction for the vintage pre-war era baseball card will be a one dollar no reserve auction. This means that if the auction for the baseball card ends at only one dollar than the lucky winner would only pay one dollar, plus shipping and any applicable taxes, for the card.
PoliceAuctions.com offers many services to their members including a searchable listing of police auctions and government auctions. PoliceAuctions.com is known for their one-dollar no reserve auctions. These fast paced auctions offer their users the chance to bid on, and win, items for as little as one dollar. By combining a product selection ranging from name brand jewelry auctions, watch auctions, collectible coin auctions, and sports memorabilia auctions with industry leading customer service, PoliceAuctions.com has earned the loyalty of over 5 million devoted users.
PoliceAuctions.com has made it even easier for customers and fans to connected with them via social media like their Facebook fan page. This exciting and newly launched space informs customers of up coming auction items.