Sam Snead’s tournament used driver, part of more than 100 victories for the legend, leads the offerings of Heritage Auctions’ Sept. 25-26 sale, along with the Bob Burkett Collection of Early Golf Memorabilia featuring the only Bobby Jones’ trophy in private hands, from the 1916 Cherokee Country Club Invitational.
More than 1,000 lots are included in the auction, which leads off with 94 lots from The Rocky Mountain Collection, a remarkable accumulation of important sports cards from the 19th century through the early 21st century.
Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh Pirates, N.Y. Yankees among important categories in Collectible Classics’ latest sale, ending June 26. Bidding is already underway.
Grey Flannel’s Summer Games auction is live, ending June 18, with some great items that include Mickey Mantle’s farewell speech notes, a signed Murderer’s Row team photo, Michael Jordan’s signed shoes and much more.
Collect Auctions brings more unopened cases of sportscards to the market, joining some Ruth and Gehrig signed beauties in its next sale that starts Mar. 24 and ends April 3.
Bonhams upcoming sale, “Treasures from The Caren Archive” on April 7, will include an exceedingly rare color poster advertisement for an early professional baseball game between the Boston Unions and the Philadelphia Keystones.
Johnny Sylvester Collection, including ‘I’ll knock a homer for you’ Ruth ball and letters from other sports stars gives collectors the chance to own a piece of baseball lore in a Grey Flannel auction that kicks off Jan. 21.
The January Goldin Auctions sale will include the first 2012 Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl XLVII player ring to hit the market, along with 1958 Colts NFL Championship Ring, 2000 Ravens Super Bowl Ring and more. Bidding kicks off Jan. 13.
The next Goldin Auctions sale doesn’t end until Feb. 7, but news is already making headlines as the company offers the best Jackie Robinson bat to date as part of the Walter Blount Collection.
Heritage Auctions will offer the second part of the Sam Snead Collection. The first sale brought $1.1 million in August, with this round featuring Snead’s 1949 Masters Championship Trophy and 1951 Ryder’s Cup Captain’s Trophy.