BidAMI Auctions is currently hosting a plethora of online auctions that feature a variety of sports memorabilia.
One of the most unique items at auction is an 1890s 19th century baseball lace down jersey with quilted pants and ornate belt. The front of the jersey features “Long Beach” spelled out in black felt lettering. According to the auction description, the jersey is one of the earliest known baseball jerseys from Southern California. It is believed the jersey is from a local baseball team in Long Beach, California.
Football game used jersey collectors will want to check out the Steve Young game worn, signed San Francisco 49ers jersey that is available. The auction description states that according to Young and his charity, the jersey was game worn during Young’s MVP season in 1994. It is accompanied by a Charity Forever Young Foundation letter. The jersey is signed on the number on the back of the jersey.
Another jersey that is bound to draw the attention of collectors is an Antonio Brown signed Pittsburgh Steelers jersey. Brown signed the custom Steelers jersey with a black felt pen and it grades out at a 10, according to the auction description.
Getting away from jerseys, there is also a Jim Kelly signed football at auction. It is signed with a black felt tip pen across one of the panels.
Football card collectors can chase after a 2000 Score Tom Brady rookie card that is graded BGS 8.5. Starting bid was $300.
Those looking for signed baseballs will find one lot featuring single signed baseballs by Baseball Hall of Fame players. The lot includes single signed baseballs by Enos Slaughter, Charlie Gehringer, Luke Appling, Joe Sewell, and Billy Herman.
Bidding for these auction lots, and many other lots end on Jan. 27.
A game worn football jersey that is sure to draw a lot of attention at auction ending Feb. 10 is a 1960 Jim Otto game worn, signed Oakland Raiders rookie jersey. The jersey had starting bid of $5,000.
The jersey has No. 50 on it, which according to the auction description, Otto wore during his rookie season in 1960 before switching to No. 00 the next season.
Also according to the auction description, the jersey shows exceptional wear, which is typical for a vintage game jersey that shows a whole season of use.
“The use is very-very heavy, with 10+ massive team repairs abound, identifier thread fraying and consistent soiling from one side to the other,” the auction description states.
Also of note is the back of the jersey features Jim Otto’s full name.
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