One hundred percent of the proceeds from a special upcoming Hurricane Harvey Relief Auction will be donated to the American Red Cross.
The current auction being held by Goldin Auctions includes plenty of Babe Ruth items, and benefits the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum.
Goldin Auctions is offering its most diverse lineup to date, with items ranging from a Joe DiMaggio Jersey to James Dean notebook. Also included are vintage cards, presidential signed documents and items related to Hollywood’s elite.
The upcoming Goldin Auctions sale will feature a newly discovered 1942 Joe DiMaggio Yankees jersey and personal items from Gary Carter, Keith Hernandez and Jose Altuve, including awards.
Goldin Auctions will featured nine lots of Oscar Taveras memorabilia from a single-owner collection. The consignor said his proceeds from the sale will go to the Taveras family.
Mike Schmidt Collection, M101-4 Sporting News complete set and Babe Ruth contracts turn heads for Goldin Auctions; live now, closes Nov. 1.
For just the second time on record, a fully PSA-graded set of 1916 Sporting News M101-4 cards will hit the market, this time from Goldin Auctions. The cards come from a family that has housed the cards for nearly 100 years in the Midwest.
The big auction didn’t disappoint, as the 1918 contract of Babe Ruth sold for more than $1 million as part of a 125-lot auction that topped $3.6 million altogether.
Babe Ruth put on a display for reporters in Feb. 1923, showcasing the new Yankee Stadium short right-field porch. One of the balls he vaulted over the fence and later signed will be part of Goldin Auctions’ Babe Ruth gala in July.
With one week to go in bidding, Goldin Auctions already has some impressive bids in for some great pieces of memorabilia. A 1936-38 Lou Gehrig game-used bat is nearing $150,000, while the No. 1 1939 Play Ball in existence is at $118,000.