• Our next catalog auction opens November 17th and closes December 3rd.
    • Look for Mile High at the Chicago show Nov. 21st - 23rd.
    • We will also be at the Philly Show in early December.
    • We are accepting consignments for our February 2014 auction.
    • Please call us at (303) 840-2784 to discuss your valued collectibles.

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    MHCC Dates

    November 17th, 2014

    December Catalog Auction Opens

    November 21 - 23

    The Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular
    Rosemont, IL

    December 3th, 2014

    December Catalog Auction Closes

    December 5 - 7

    The Philly Show
    King of Prussia, PA

    Latest Press Release

    December 2014 Press Release
    Closing out what has shaped up to be an outstanding year, Mile High Card Company is pleased to announce its holiday Premium catalog auction, which kicks off on Monday, November 17th and concludes on Wednesday, December 3rd. As MHCC traditionally does with their year-ending event, this auction has been limited to 577 total lots packed with a broad array of higher-caliber, one-of-a-kind items. MHCC founder and principal Brian Drent is particularly proud of this auction, stating, "We’ve had the opportunity to offer some incredible items this year, and the magnificent selection that this auction has to offer is going to be particularly special for world-class memorabilia collectors as well as sports card enthusiasts.”


    Peyton Manning and Brett Favre: The Brains and the Brawn of the NFL.
    Last night, the Denver Broncos dismantled the San Diego Chargers 35-21. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning completed 25 of 35 passes for 286 yards and three touchdowns without an interception. While that performance would stand as a career day for many signal-callers, it’s routine for Manning, who has averaged 26 of 38 passing for 314 yards and three touchdowns over his 39 games in Denver. Five days ago, Manning threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns without an interception in a win over the San Francisco 49ers, supplanting Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre as the all-time touchdown passing leader. While both quarterbacks will be remembered for being among the greatest in football history, their individual styles could not be more divergent: