Joe DiMaggio Jersey Leads $2.65 Million Goldin Auctions Sale

A treasure trove of memorabilia from some of the biggest names in sports, entertainment, politics and American history sold for $2.65 million in the Goldin Auctions 2015 Winter Auction at www.GoldinAuctions.com.

$169,400

$169,400

Among the more than 1,000 lots of memorabilia that sold were five lots that surpassed $50,000 including: 1942 Joe DiMaggio jersey for $169,400; a 1920 autographed Chicago White Sox baseball featuring six players banned in the Black Sox scandal, including Joe Jackson, for $81,070; a 1952 Topps Baseball graded near set for $72,600; Al Pacino’s 1973 “Serpico” Golden Globe for $62,920; and a 2012 Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Ring from Jamal Lewis for $50,820.

“This was undoubtedly our most eclectic auction ever with a wide array of sports, entertainment and historical artifacts, and as a result we had more bidders than ever before,” said Ken Goldin, founder of Goldin Auctions. “We were thrilled to make these items available to such a wide array of collectors and realize great prices for our consignors.”

$81,070

$81,070

Here’s a look at some other highlights of the Goldin Auctions 2015 Winter Auction.  For a complete list of prices realized, visit http://www.goldinauctions.com/catalog.aspx.

Sports
Lot #343 – 2003 Derek Jeter Used & Signed Fielder’s Glove ($44,770)
Lot #38 – 2011 NY Giants Player Super Bowl Ring ($43,560)
Lot #141 – 2013 Mariano Rivera Final Win Game Used Home Jersey, Pants & Cap ($32,670)
Lot #7 – 1909-11 T206 White Border Near Set ($31,460)
Lot #14 – 1990-91 Michael Jordan Home Uniform – Jersey & Shorts ($29,040)
Lot #35 – 1983 LA Raiders Ted Watts Player Super Bowl Ring ($26,620)
Lot #11 – 1965 Mickey Mantle Game Used Bat ($22,990)
Lot #29 – 2009 AJ Burnett NY Yankees (additional) World Series Ring ($22,990)
Lot #384 – Babe Ruth/Lou Gehrig Signed Ban Johnson 1926-27 OAL Baseball ($20,570)
Lot #347 – 2013 Mike Trout Games Used & Signed Glove ($20,570)
Lot #37 – 2007 N.E. Patriots Matt Estrella “SpyGate” AFC Championship ($16,940)
Lots #53-61 – The Oscar Taveras Collection ($16,880)
Lot #63 – 1986 Gary Carter World Series Game Used Catchers Mitt ($10,285)

Pop Culture, History & Entertainment
Lot #1148 – First Pen Used by LBJ to Sign the Civil Rights Act ($39,930)
Lot #4 – Al Pacino’s 1969 Tony Award for the Broadway Show “Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?” ($33,880)
Lot #9 – 1999 Jimmy Page Concert Used 1959 Gibson Les Paul Prototype ($24,200)
Lot #1389 – Benjamin Franklin Handwritten & Signed Document Dated November 4, 1789 ($20,570)
Lot #1152 – 1848 Peter Force Engraving of the Declaration of Independence ($19,360)
Lot #1150 – James Dean Signed 5th Grade Notebook ($10,285)

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