Clean Sweep Auctions sets the table with a National Chicle near set, 1962 Jell-O complete set and Babe Ruth signed bat, among other treasures.
Rare cut signature of Frank Selee headlines Clean Sweep sale; joins Ruth, Clemente, Howe among great HOF items in the lineup.
Clean Sweep Auctions presents a wide-reaching lineup, from a 1952 Mantle to rare signed pieces to game-used equipment. Bidding ends Jan. 28.
Clean Sweep’s latest auction is headlined by a PSA 9 example of the rare 1958 Topps Pancho Herrera error card.
Clean Sweep’s current auction includes a rare 1918 Babe Ruth document involving monetary incentives for reaching pitching milestones with the Red Sox, but that’s just one of the gems in the sale that ends Oct 2.
Clean Sweep is offering one of its finest lineups to date, as the company celebrates its 200th auction. Among the offerings are the rare 1894 Mayo “Anonymous” John Dunlop card, stacks of T206 selections and plenty of signed artifacts.
In a bit of hype that is not exaggerated, Clean Sweep Auctions is currently showcasing its best auction ever with T3, T206, 1934 Goudey complete sets that join other high-end memorabilia in a sale that ends Oct. 3.
Clean Sweep Auction’s current sale is filled with complete sets in every sport, along with a healthy dose of rare hall of fame autographs that should send collectors into a bidding frenzy.