Heritage Auctions is ready to wow the sports memorabilia once again with its Platinum night Auction, held in New York City Feb 21-22. With fresh-to-the-market material including the gloves Ali and Liston wore in the “Phantom Punch” fight to a Joe Jackson signed photos and athlete collections, the auction will rewrite the record books.
A 1942 Joe DiMaggio jersey brought $169,400; a 1920 autographed Chicago White Sox baseball featuring six players banned in the Black Sox scandal, including Joe Jackson, sold for $81,070; and a 1952 Topps Baseball graded near set rang up at $72,600 in Goldin Auctions’ recent sale.
Boasting more than 50 lots covering many of Gene Tenace’s career highlights, the collection includes game-used milestone baseballs, his 1972 full-size World Series trophy and four World Series rings.
Clean Sweep Auctions presents a wide-reaching lineup, from a 1952 Mantle to rare signed pieces to game-used equipment. Bidding ends Jan. 28.
Goldin Auctions is offering its most diverse lineup to date, with items ranging from a Joe DiMaggio Jersey to James Dean notebook. Also included are vintage cards, presidential signed documents and items related to Hollywood’s elite.
Grey Flannel’s December auction topped $2 million, led by a pair of game-used caps from Babe Ruth and Joe DiMaggio, along with impressive prices for a 1932 Yankees team-signed ball and Roy Campanella Dodgers satin jacket.
In addition to the Christy Walsh Family collection of rare photos already announced, Memory Lane has revealed the rest of the detail on its Winter Auction, which include the Gary Hughes Collection of cards, unopened wax boxes, high-grade singles and plenty of Babe Ruth memorabilia.
Treasure trove of Seabiscuit collectibles for sale, including Red Pollard’s saddle. at Lelands. Also Includes race-worn horseshoes from his legendary match race victory against War Admiral in 1938.
Original photos from the Christy Walsh Family of Ruth, Gehrig, Young and others headline Memory Lane Winter Auction. Bidding starts Dec. 20 and runs through Jan. 10.
Records were set left and right in Mile High’s Premium Auction, with a Rod Carew rookie bringing $95,294, and a 1957 Topps Bill Mazeroski topping $21,700, proving once again the ceiling for top-graded cards is nowhere in sight.