Included among the key rookies in Mile High’s Extra Innings auction are 1955 Topps #164 Roberto Clemente PSA 8 NM/MT (OC), 1955 Topps #123 Sandy Koufax PSA 8 NM/MT (OC), 1967 Topps #581 Tom Seaver PSA 6 EX-MT, and 1968 Topps #177 Nolan Ryan PSA 9 MINT (OC).
Heritage wrapped up its 2015 Sports Auction season with a $12 million sale, pushing its yearly total in sports auctions past $40 million. High-grade singles, Brooks Robinson and hockey memorabilia lead the way.
Julien’s offering N.Y. Yankees game-used jerseys in Sports Legends sale, including a 1971 Thurman Munson home flannel. A Michael Jordan uniform, items items by Babe Ruth and rare medals are also a part of the sale.
Goldin Auctions October Legends & Americana Auction is offering nearly 1,000 lots of historic baseball memorabilia for sale from Oct. 19-Nov. 14, including the only known game-used ball from the 1918 World Series, a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle Rookie Card (PSA 6), a one-of-a-kind 1952 Topps high number 25-card uncut sheet and items from the estate of Hall of Famer Al Simmons.
Among the more than1,000 lots in SCP Auctions’ current sale are more than a dozen Olympic-related collectibles, including Great Britain’s Jimmy Foster’s 1936 gold medal.
Collect Auctions expands upon its niche in unopened product, adds complete and signed sets to loaded lineup for Aug. 6 sale. Unopened 1986-87 Fleer Basketball wax box, Stan Musial game-used bat lead bidding.
SCP auctions will present the Chuck Daly Estate Collection in its August sale, complete with Dream Team-sign basketballs, personal notes, Olympic torch and artifacts from his coaching days with the Detroit Pistons.
Absentee bidding for Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night event at the National Sports Collectors Convention is underway, with heavy bidding already taking place for a PSA 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle, Clemente rookie card, DiMaggio jersey and much more.
PSA will be giving away items related to Chicago’s sports immortals, and a new “vintage break” will offer high-end items, for a high-end entry fee.
More than 500 lots of collectibles across collecting categories will be sold by Philip Weiss on May 21, including games from the sports world’s biggest stars.