Grey Flannel Holiday Auction includes game-used relics from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Arnold Palmer, Peyton Manning and special items from Julius Erving. Bidding ends Dec. 17.
Bidding is underway, with a 1978 Topps Football unopened cello case already past $12,000. A couple dozen lots of unopened material, along with signed sets across decades, are drawing many bids. Auction closes Dec. 4.
A T206 Honus Wagner PSA 1, 1949 game-used bat from Jackie Robinson, Bill “Moose” Skowron’s championship rings, USC trophies and some of the best game-used baseball jerseys available all make up the lineup of SCP Auctions latest sale, slated to end Dec. 6.
The Kindler Collection of rare football jerseys collection shows strength in fall catalog auction, totaling $450,000 for Heritage Auctions, as part of its $7.15 million sale.
Hake’s Americana is offering the only publicly available terracotta haunch from Forbes Field’s façade, weighing 80 pounds. Bidding ends Nov. 12, and estimates are in the $10,000-$20,000 range.
Goldin Auctions latest sale ended Nov. 1 with nearly $3 million in total sales, led by Babe Ruth’s final contract with the N.Y. Yankees and a game-used bat, along with personal awards won by Schmidt, such as his 1984 Gold Glove Award.
Walker’s speed and agility earned him the nickname “The Jet.” The Jet’s 1967 NBA championship ring is being offered by Nate D. Sanders in bidding that ends Oct. 30.
A total of 75 lots will be featured covering everything from his multiple World Series rings to game-used bats used for personal milestones (i.e., 1,500 career hit and his 200th career home run) to team-signed New York Yankees baseballs from the 1950s.
LOTG Auctions rolls out an impressive lineup headlined by Lajoie, E93s, Red Hearts, T206s, some guy named Ruth and if you register today, you’ll receive the company’s first catalog.
SCP Auctions will offer the Bill Riddell Collection. The accumulation of Riddel, who passed away earlier this year, includes an amazing array of game-used bats from the likes of Roberto Clemente and Mickey Cochrane.