Muhammad Ali’s actions transcended sports, yet one personal interaction spoke volumes about the man in hobby circles.
A contract from 1973 that links Muhammad Ali to Kobe Bryant will be part of a large, live event during the National Sports Collectors Convention courtesy of Goldin Auctions.
Steiner Sports’ Spring Fling Auction is now live, ending June 26, with 1,700 lots of sports memorabilia ranging from one-of-a-kind game-used gems to autographs from Hall of Famers. Plenty of Yankees stuff, too.
Lelands will host what it touts as one of the greatest selections of Muhammad Ali memorabilia ever sold publicly in an October 2016 sale.
Muhammad Ali’s “The Rumble In The Jungle” trunks, Michael Jordan’s 1992 Men’s Olympic Basketball “Dream Team” jersey, Willie Mays N.Y. Giants flannel and the ultimate Kobe Bryant game-used collection all appearing at Grey Flannel’s Summer Games auction.
Tom Brady, Sidney Crosby and Steph Curry Join Ali, Jeter and Ruth on PSA/DNA’s 2015 “Most Dangerous Autographs” List.
Bobby Orr’s 1972 All-Star Game jersey tops $95,000 o to headline Lelands’ latest auction. Ali robe matches price of Orr jersey.
Lelands to feature ‘Deflategate’ football, original ‘Time Magazine’ cover paintings, Peck & Synder CDV and more horse racing items, this time from Man O’ War and Secretariat.
Muhammad Ali, game-used bat, and unprecedented sports card offerings anchor largest Heritage Sports auction in history. Highlights include a Cassius Clay robe, more than 30 Sets on the PSA Set Registry, the No. 3-ranked 1914 Cracker Jack set and “Pistol Pete” Maravich game-worn New Orleans Jazz jersey.
The gloves worn by Muhammad Ali and Sonny Liston in the 1965 ‘Phantom Punch’ bout sold for $965,000 during Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night sale in New York City.