The personal collections of athletes continue to head to the auction block. The latest to use the services of SCP Auctions is Rod Woodson, who will have rings, trophies and jerseys among the 70 lots in the April sale.
Cardboard paradise awaits bidders in the upcoming Mile High Card Co. auction, with highest-graded examples, set breaks and more.
The collection of 1910-11 M116 Sporting Life baseball cards, which encompasses nearly half of the 288-card set, came to Goldin Auctions from a family in the Midwest while going through their grandfather’s holdings earlier this year.
Phantom Punch gloves, Ruth bat, Mantle jersey, Jeffrey Maier glove, Koufax jersey among big-ticket items that push Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night Auction total past $9.8 million.
University of San Francisco Dons jersey of Ollie Matson among the items in SCP Auctions April auction lineup. The jersey, dating to 1951, is a beauty, but so is the life of Matson, from college through the professional ranks. Matson is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Memory Lane is once again holding an I Own It Now Sale. The $1 million catalog includes a complete 1935 National Chicle Football complete set, and dozens of high-grade singles of the prewar and postwar eras.
The Helms Athletic Foundation/LA84 Collection provides a rare mix of sports memorabilia, covering several eras and sports. Collectors have another shot at pieces from the collection, As SCP Auctions will deliver the second part of the collection in a sale that ends April 25.
Heritage Auctions is presenting the Herb Brooks Collection in the company’s Platinum Night Auction, which concludes with a live event Feb. 21. Brooks’ items include his presentation ring for the 1980 “Miracle” and artifacts from throughout his career.
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.