A collection of rare memorabilia from the personal collection of Hall of Famer Andre Dawson, including his 1987 N.L. MVP Award, 1982 Gold Glove Award, his final career HR baseball and more, are up for bids in the 2015 Goldin Auctions Summer Auction.
Five of the marquee items will be sold during a Premium Live Auction on July 31, during the National Sports Collector’s Convention in Chicago, while the other 13 lots will be up for bids from early July through August 8, online at www.GoldinAuctions.com.
“During his remarkable 21-year career, ‘The Hawk’ was a fan favorite and one of the most respected players in baseball. He has fans all across the U.S., but it’s fitting that the live auction will take place in Chicago, the city in which he evolved from a great young player into an MVP and a Hall of Famer,” said Ken Goldin, founder of Goldin Auctions. “His MVP Award is one of the most historic ever, as it was presented after his first season with the Cubs, one in which he agreed to play for whatever the Cubs would pay him.”
– 1987 N.L. MVP Award
– 1982 Rawlings Gold Glove Award
– 1987 Babe Ruth Sultan of Swat HR Crown
– 1996 Dawson’s Final HR Baseball (#438 on 9-22-96 off Xavier Hernandez)
– 1991 Cubs Game-Worn All-Star Game Jersey with Toronto All-Star Game patch (Dawson hit his only ASG HR in the game).
– 1983 N.L. Player of the Year Award
– 1988 N.L. All Star Game Ring
– 1977 Sporting News N.L. Player of the Year Award
– 1984 Claude Raymond Award (Expos most popular player)
– 1988 Victor Award
– 1988 Mr. Baseball Award
– 1987 RBI Champions Award.
HR Baseballs and More:
1986 HR Baseball (#220) sets Expos All-Time HR Record
1987 Baseball for the final hit of his only MLB cycle (4-29-87 vs SF)
1985 HR Baseball #200
1988 1,000th career RBI Baseball (5-14-88)
1982 All-Star Game Commemorative Bat
1987 All-Star Game Used Bat signed by many other All-Stars.
The Premium Live Auction will be held on July 31, at the Muvico 18 Theater in Rosemont, Ill., located just a mile from the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, the site of the National Sports Collector’s Convention. It will include 100 live lots of premium high-value sports memorabilia, each valued at more than $10,000.
Some of the other Premium Live Auction Lots besides the five Dawson items include: 1920s Babe Ruth game-used and signed bat; a 1925-32 Ruth game worn New York Yankees cap; Christy Mathewson’s 1905 World Series Game 5 bat signed by his teammates (PSA 10/MEARS 10); a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA NM-MT 8; a 1933 Goudey Nap Lajoie (PSA NM 7); a Hank Greenberg game used and signed Tigers cap; and Mike Tyson’s Heavyweight Championship Belt from unifying the title.