The Lelands.com Classic Auction is headlined by a game-used Babe Ruth bat that may have been used for his famous “Called Shot” home run in the 1932 World Series against the Chicago Cubs.
A specially made cap to help protect Jackie Robinson from bean balls after he broke the color barrier sold for $590,994 in a recent Lelands auction.
A Babe Ruth World Series ring and a contract for the sale of Ruth from the Yankees to the Red Sox, both owned by Charlie Sheen, recently sold at auction.
The current Lelands Invitational Auction, which ends June 30, is highlighted by several Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig pieces of memorabilia.
On a team that was loaded with stars, the signature of Eddie Bennett, a the bat boy, is one of the toughest autographs to find from the 1927 Yankees.
A partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers brings game-worn Steelers jerseys to the Lelands.com 2017 Winter Auction, which closes March 17.
Lelands will host what it touts as one of the greatest selections of Muhammad Ali memorabilia ever sold publicly in an October 2016 sale.
First offered for private sale, Lelands is now bringing the Jim Craig Collection to public auction, including iconic flag, gold medal and more. This joins hundreds of other quality items in the June 17 sale.
Lelands hopes to capture more of the Olympic spirit with a new Olympic Division opened by the company and led by Greg Gallacher.
As Super Bowl 50 looms on the horizon, here are some Super Bowl rings that caught the public’s eye when they were sold at auction. From The Fridge to Lawrence Taylor, the prices these rings drew was hefty.