The Babe Ruth watch got a lot of attention, propelling the relic to sell for more than $650,000 in SCP Auctions latest sale. The watch was joined by a Koufax Jersey and Satchel Paige’s HOF ring among the big bids placed in the weekend sale.
In an auction that is sure to bring millions of dollars and plenty of media attention, SCP Auctions has kicked off a sale that ends May 17 with a Babe Ruth watch, Lou Gehrig signed letter to his doctor, game-used jerseys galore and championships rings from across the generations.
Fan-assisted exhibit ‘Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American’ opens at National Jewish History Museum in March. Plenty of artifacts, interactive exhibits and educational opportunities will be part of the display in Philadelphia.
Goldin Auctions kicked off its 2014 season with a $2.3 million sale that included top-of-the-line game-used bats belonging to Jackie Robinson and Mickey Mantle and an assortment of football championship rings that added much ca-ching to the bling.
Lelands kicks off 2014 with a bang: T206 Honus Wagner, Jackie Robinson’s ROY Award, Laettner jersey, Schoendienst Collection, Juan Gonzalez Collection, Floyd Patterson Collection and items related to Abraham Lincoln, Jim Thorpe and many more.
SCP Auctions’ latest sale featured a record price for a piece of Olympic memorabilia, as Jesse Owens 1936 Olympic gold medal tops $1.4 million. It was just one of the high-priced treasures in the sale.
Memory Lane closes out 2013 with an impressive lineup of high-grade cards, complete sets, signed beauties and even a 1956 Topps uncut sheet. Ring in the New Year with some treasures.
Among the highlights of Heritage Auctions $7.7 million sale, was $1.2 million for the Stan Musial Collection, including a record price paid for a Musial artifact. Also, $143,400 was paid for a 1914-15 J.H. Dugan Baseball Calendar Cabinet Card set.
SCP Auctions has another stellar lineup ready to roll for its latest sale. The auction include Jesse Owens 1936 Olympic gold medal and artifacts from the personal collection of Jackie Robinson, Goose Gossage and Warren Moon.
A young African-American boy’s trip to the east coast led him to the locker room of the legendary Brooklyn Dodgers where he was given something he cherished for decades. Now, that well preserved piece of baseball history is about to be sold by Memory Lane.