Collectors checking out Collectible Classics’ CCA33 auction, which closes June 27, will find 426 sports and non-sport lots, including a collection of rare Pittsburgh Pirates memorabilia, the first installment of the Bert Randolph Sugar collection, 19th century items and Yankees and Reds collectibles.
The Elgin Baylor Collection, highlighting day one of the two-day Julien’s sale, will feature memorabilia big and small, including MVP award, championship rings all the way down to signed bobble heads. Day two will include memorabilia across the board.
Unique sports awards and Hall of Famers’ game-worn jerseys lead Grey Flannel’s June 5 Summer Games Auction, with highlights including: 1947 Mel Ott Giants jersey, Jim Brown Rookie of the Year Trophy and Larry Holmes Heavyweight World Championship Belt.
Racing fans, start your engines: Ripley Auction will include the personal Items from the collections of Wilbur Shaw, the first consecutive race winner of the Indianapolis 500.
Memory Lane’s Spring Fever Auction headlined by a 1932 U.S. Caramel set comprised of uniform PSA 8 graded cards. Other highlights include a Ruth-signed glove, unopened 1952 Topps Baseball pack and and ultra high-grade 1955 Topps set.
T206 Wagner, Ruth rookie, 1963 Koufax jersey and Old Mill Jackson among the featured attractions for Robert Edward Auctions in their annual spring sale that kicks off April 20 and ends May 18. The telephone book known as the sale’s catalog will be shipping soon.
Collect Auctions kicks off its next sale April 1 (ending April 11) With some familiar vintage cards: 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth No. 149 PSA 4, 1940 Play Ball Ted Williams SGC 88, 1948 Leaf Babe Ruth PSA 4 and 1950 Bowman Roy Campanella PSA 8.5.
The April SCP Auctions has enough “collection” included to fill wings of a sports memorabilia museum. The latest news surrounds Chris Mullion, who will offer Olympic jerseys and Big East championship rings.
The Golf Auction previews its spring auction of early Masters badges, signed books and flags and a giant cache of cards. Gems include a 1934 Masters badge, 1936 program and lots and lots of Tiger Woods.
In a twist from its usual auction lineup, Legendary Auctions is rolling out an Internet auction focusing solely on autographed memorabilia, with an emphasis on Upper Deck Authentics’ signed items featuring Jordan, Woods and LeBron.