Legendary Auctions’ Thursday, Nov. 21 close features some rare beauties, including Underwood & Underwood glass plate negatives featuring the 1915 Boston Red Sox that includes Babe Ruth and Tris Speaker. Step back in time and take a look.
If you’ve seen Dick Perez’s work in ‘The Immortals,’ a beautiful coffee table book released in 2010, you know how great the artwork is. Now you can own the originals featured in the book.
Artist Jamie Cooper captures Bronx Bomber royalty on canvas in his latest masterpiece: “Yankees Dream Scene” picturing Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle and Jeter.
The Mickey Vernon Museum will host an appraisal event July 13, with the help of Ron Oser of Legendary Auctions, inviting guests to bring in their sports memorabilia for a free appraisal event at the museum’s new location in the Granite Run Mall in Media, Pa.
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.
Adam Port is recreating some of the most memorable sports photos of all time featuring legendary icons. His work will first be offered in Legendary Auctions’ November catalog auction.
Hockey fans take note: The latest superstar athlete to put their personal collection up for auction is Phil Esposito. The sale, to be conducted ion November, will include Esposito’s awards, rings, artworks and game-used items.
The second auction held during the National Convention’s run brought a total of $1.7 million in roughly 60 lots, led by a Honus Wagner game-used bat that topped $250,000.
The National Convention will serve as the backdrop for Legendary Auctions’ Live Event, which will feature the Kent Feddeman Collection of early Washington Senators/National memorabilia, including personal items own by Walter Johnson.
With the first sale of the year in the books, Legendary Auctions looks forward to a big 2012. If the first auction with the Dreier Collection is any indication, it’s going to be fun. Here are the results from March.