Archive for May, 2014

All Sports Auctions starts May 27th

May 24, 2014


In their last auction in April, a Babe Ruth Autographed Bat hit a home run by selling for $17,000!

Expos Jersey and signed baseballs in All Sports Auctions


The current auction starts May 27th and offers Single Signed Balls of Foxx, Clemente, Cobb, Cy Young, Campanella, Dizzy Dean; Pre-War PSA CARDS; and MUCH MORE!!

Founded by long time hobby veteran, Andy Sandler, Auction #7 contains over 310 vintage sports memorabilia items with something for every collector and every budget.


Collectors and dealers will remember Sandler from his many years running Teletrade Sports Auctions until its sale over twelve years ago. Teletrade was the largest auctioneer of sports memorabilia in the hobby, at the time.

A collector since 1973 , Sandler started www.AllSportsAuctions.com over one year ago. In the tradition of Teletrade Sports Auctions, Sandler’s auctions have vintage PSA cards, raw cards, game used equipment, store model equipment, hall of famer memorabilia, autographs, pennants, programs, publications, tickets, schedules, stadium items, high school yearbooks, defunct team and league items—just about everything—from all sports.

Auction #7 will start May 27th and end June 5th.

To see the auction and learn more about All Sports Auctions, please visit their website at www.AllSportsAuctions.com


sports memorabilia news
 


 

Tags: , , , , ,

Baseball Card and Memorabilia Records Set in $8.5 Million Dollar REA Auction!

May 9, 2014


Collectors of high-end baseball cards and memorabilia were glued to Robert Edward Auctions as prices soared to astounding levels across the board during the record-setting April 26, 2014 auction.

Ty Cobb, Robert Edward Auctions, REA


An incredible 147 lots sold for $10,000 or more. Nine lots eclipsed the $100,000 mark. The total sales of $8.52 Million defined this sale as one of the largest and most successful baseball auctions in collecting history.

A never-before-offered 1874 Boston Red Stockings Cigar poster featuring George Wright sold for $189,600. This set a new world record for a baseball-related advertising poster, and even more significantly, this result also represented a record price for any kind of American advertising poster ever.

A 1968 Mickey Mantle jersey, originating from the personal collection of a Yankees batboy and purchased in 1985 as a personal keepsake of his favorite player for the then-princely sum of $5,000 (and, fortunately, kept safely all these years), stunned the owner with its final realized price of $201,450.

Carlton Fisk’s iconic home run ball from Game 6 of the 1975 World Series, accompanied by a letter of provenance from Cincinnati Reds outfielder George Foster, drew national media attention and sold for $142,200.


An outstanding 1916 Babe Ruth rookie card in EX-MT condition (reserve $25,000) was hammered down at $142,200.

A newly-discovered example of 1887 N172 Old Judge tobacco card of Hall of Famer Deacon White, with his portrait on the card misidentified as “McGreachery,” was one of the most exciting 19th century card finds in recent years. One of only two examples known, the legendary Old Judge “McGreachery” rarity (res. $10,000) soared to an astounding $130,350. This auction result set a new record for any Old Judge tobacco card ever sold privately or at auction.

The list of extraordinary record-setting prices seems almost endless. REA president Robert Lifson comments, “These results speak for themselves: about the quality of the material offered, about the appreciation of the collecting world for how REA presents items and conducts auctions, about the well-deserved trust collectors have in REA, and about the strength of the market.”


Copies of the 694-page full-color premium catalog are also still available free of charge. Go to www.RobertEdwardAuctions.com, click “Free Catalog,” and fill in your name and address. Robert Edward Auctions is currently assembling its next sale. For further information contact: Robert Edward Auctions, PO Box 7256, Watchung, NJ or call (908)-226-9900.

For more on this story, click here… http://blog.robertedwardauctions.com/?p=822


sports memorabilia news
 


 

Tags: , ,