The SCP Dec. 1 auction continues to grow in strength with the news that championship rings, game-used jerseys and award trophies from Oscar Robertson, Sam Jones and David Thompson will also be in the lineup, joining the Ozzie Smith Collection, and Angelo Dundee Estate Collection and much more.
The Babe Ruth New York Yankees jersey sold for a record $4.4 million. Now SCP will offer Babe Ruth’s circa 1922 New York Yankees team sweater. Expect bidding to be hot and heavy again. The sweater will also be on display at the National Convention.
With another baseball card “find” making national news, SCP auction has revealed The Southern Fairway Find of more than 1,000 tobacco cards, including rare issues and scarce backs in the T206 series. The Find will be on display in Baltimore next week.
SCP Auctions has set a new standard for sports memorabilia with the sale of a 1920 Babe Ruth jersey that brought $4.4 million. The jersey was just one of many eye-opening sellers in the auction.
The rookie card is a coveted piece for collectors. A Gem Mint rookie card is the ultimate prize. Here’s your chance to get a Gem Mint rookie card from any Hall of Famer from 1948-1990 thanks to the Dmitri Young Collection that is being offered by SCP Auctions in a sale than ends Saturday, May 19.
Not many pieces can boast a $1 million selling price. The 1920s Babe Ruth jersey currently being offered by SCP Auctions is one of those items. The Ruth jersey is already at $1.15 million, with bidding ending May 19.
In an auction lineup that is one for the ages, one of the featured lots in SCP Auctions’ lineup is the cap worn by Bobby Thomson during his Shot Heard ‘Round the World in the 1951 playoffs. Look for more highlights from the sale leading up to the auction’s ending on May 19.