EAC Gallery offers Darren Daulton Collection and G

EAC Gallery, in conjunction with Memorabilia Magic, will be presenting The Darren Daulton Collection Auction consisting of approximately 200 items directly from Daulton’s personal collection. A majority of the items are autographed by Daulton.

Some of the items include:
• Daulton’s 1992 National League RBI champion award
• Championship signed baseballs
• All-Star signed baseballs
• Tour team-signed baseball
• Game-used uniforms and equipment
• Milestone baseballs, including his 100th home run
• Many items that were presented to Daulton by his teammates

All items are accompanied by certification directly from Daulton. All autographed items are also accompanied by certification from PSA/DNA.

The auction will be taking place through eBay Live Auctions. It is scheduled to start the week of Jan. 16 and end Feb. 16. Collectors wishing to view the items available, or to bid, can visist the EAC Gallery website at www.eacgallery.com. Once at the site, click on the eBay auction icon to go to the auction.

Also, EAC Gallery currently has the George Sosnak Collection up for auction on eBay Live. Sosnak was a minor league umpire, renowned for his incredibly detailed, colorful hand-painted baseballs commemorating people and events in the history of the sport.

He is recognized as the foremost baseball folk artist of the 20th Century. His intricately detailed baseballs appear in many major collections including The Baseball Hall of Fame. This auction will be one of the largest single-consignor owned George Sosnak original hand-painted baseball collections.

Offered at auction for the first time, most also feature autographs of legendary baseball stars including: Frankie Frisch, Goose Goslin, Pie Traynor, Max Carey, Waite Hoyt, Joe Medwick, Charles Gehringer, Edd Roush, Lloyd Waner, Early Wynn, Luke Appling, Al Kaline, Jim Bunning, Norm Cash, Chuck Dressen and Sparky Anderson.

This auction will end on Feb. 7. Collectors wishing to view the items available, or to bid, can visist the EAC Gallery website at www.eacgallery.com. Once at the site, click on the eBay auction icon to go to the auction.

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