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Huge collection of 3,800+ 1962 Topps baseball cards, very uniformly grading EX to EX+, with 10% grading EX-MT, and 5% grading below EX. Includes all checklists, over 70 'green tint' variations, and over 400 cards from the mid and high numbers series. Key cards include: #20 Rocky Colavito (2), #24 Tigers Team (7), #40 Orlando Cepeda, #42 Dodgers Team (6), #51 AL Batting Leaders (25), #52 N…

Now At: $433 (9 bids)

Large collection of 1,500+ 1966 Topps baseball cards, grading overall at 25% P-G and 75% VG. The lot primarily consists of commons but includes many team cards, rookies, and checklists, plus a few stars and Hall of Famers. A small number have ink annotations on the front. Highlights include: #28 Phil Niekro (VG), #72 Tony Perez (VG with writing), #91 Bob Uecker (3: 2 P, 1 VG with writing), #92 Ne…

Now At: $200 (1 bid)

Highly desirable ticket stub (no. 6) from the 'Cavalcade of Baseball' at Cooperstown's Doubleday Field on June 12, 1939, hosted under the auspices of the National Baseball Centennial Commission in association with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum's inaugural induction ceremony. The exhibition game between American and National League teams featured at least one player from each major …

Now At: $646 (9 bids)

Highly desirable Gateway cover with a silk color cachet honoring baseball's 500 Home Run club, signed in blue ballpoint by Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Frank Robinson, Eddie Mathews, Willie McCovey, Reggie Jackson, Mike Schmidt, Harmon Killebrew, Ernie Banks, and Pete Rose. In fine condition.

Now At: $320 (2 bids)

Converse Star Conquest basketball sneakers personally worn by Boston Celtics forward Larry Bird during a game in the 1991 regular season, size 13-13.5, black/white, with the original black laces. In very good condition, with expected heavy wear and scuffing from use; the midsole to left sneaker partially disintegrated and back of sole detached, and some cracking and separation to midsole on right …

Now At: $440 (5 bids)

Fantastic circa 1910 souvenir photo presentation featuring two affixed 3.5 x 5.75 magazine-type portraits of Cobb in a cardstock folder, measuring 12.25 x 9.25 open, signed vertically across the center fold in fountain pen, "Very Truly, Ty Cobb." In very good condition, with loss to the lower corners, a chip to the bottom edge of one of the images, and complete separation to the central vertical …

Now At: $646 (9 bids)

French educator and historian (1863-1937) who is best remembered as being the founder of the International Olympic Committee, and its second President. He is known as the father of the modern Olympic Games. ALS signed “PC,” three pages on two adjoining sheets, 7 x 8.5, Bureau International de Pedagogie Sportive letterhead, December 18, 1928. Untranslated handwritten letter discussing a…

Now At: $220 (2 bids)

Appealing program for the 14th Annual ‘Civic Testimonial Banquet to the Notre Dame Football Team of 1933,’ held at the University Dining Hall on January 15, 1934, 9.25 x 6, signed on the front cover in pencil by three of the school’s fabled Four Horsemen: Harry Stuhldreher, Jim Crowley, and Elmer Layden. The front is also signed by Harry ‘Red’ Miller, the older brother of legendary Fighting Irish …

Now At: $330 (2 bids)

Stunning vintage glossy 8 x 10 full-length portrait of Gehrig posing in his New York Yankees uniform with his bat on his shoulder, neatly signed and inscribed in fountain pen, "To Al—May your achievements make mine look trivial—Cordially, Lou Gehrig." The lower right corner also bears an ink notation by the official team photography studio from the 1920s through 1940s, "Thorne," as we…

Now At: $10,260 (17 bids)

Vintage glossy 8 x 10 photo of Hagen teeing off, signed and inscribed in fountain pen, "To my good friend Rev. Ervin Gerkin, Golfingly, Walter Hagen 1960." In very good to fine condition, with scattered light creasing and light dampstaining touching the inscription.

Now At: $200 (1 bid)

Official program for the 1967 Woodward Stakes, which was held at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York, on September 30, 1967, and featured the all-time great showdown between Damascus, Buckpasser, and Dr. Fager. Damascus and Dr. Fager were both 3-year-olds and Buckpasser, the 1966 Horse of the Year, was a year older. Damascus won by 10 lengths and would win the 1967 Horse of the Year, with Dr. Fager …

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Official program for the infamous ‘Great Match Race’ held at Belmont Park on July 6, 1975, which featured a two-horse race between the dominant filly Ruffian and that year’s Kentucky Derby winner, Foolish Pleasure, 16 pages, 4 x 9, signed inside on the ‘eighth race’ page in black and blue ballpoint by the race’s two jockeys: Jacinto Vasquez and Braulio Baeza. I…

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Official program for the 110th running of the Belmont Stakes, held at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York, on June 10, 1978, which featured the all-time classic rivalry race between Alydar and Affirmed, the latter winning by a head and completing the 11th Triple Crown. The program, 28 pages, 4 x 9, is signed inside on the ‘eighth race’ page in ballpoint by famed jockeys Steve Cauthen and…

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Golfer (1902-1971) who, in 1930, became the only Grand Slam winner in the sport's history, taking the US and British Open and US and British Amateur titles. Over the course of his career, he would win a total of four US Open titles, five US Amateur titles, and three British Open titles. Scarce and desirable vintage matte-finish 7.25 x 9.5 photo of the legendary golfer sitting on a park bench, …

Now At: $267 (4 bids)

Commemorative cover with a cachet honoring the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, postmarked June 30, 1985, signed in blue ballpoint by Michael Jordan, in black felt tip by Julius Erving, and in blue felt tip by Micheal Ray Richardson. In fine condition. A sought-after rookie-era example of Jordan's signature.

Now At: $220 (2 bids)

Desirable Artvue Type I black-and-white Hall of Fame plaque card, signed in the lower border in blue ballpoint, "Larry Lajoie, 8-6-56." Reverse bears handwritten collector’s notations. Encapsulated in a PSA/DNA authentication holder. In fine condition.

Now At: $267 (4 bids)

Jim Langer's game-used Miami Dolphins road jersey from the mid-1970s. The front, back, and sleeves feature his number "62" screened-on in aqua with orange borders, and the back has his name, "Langer" in aqua block letters on a white nameplate across the shoulders. The front tail has been trimmed with no manufacturer’s tags remaining, and the jersey shows heavy game-use with five team repairs. In f…

Now At: $242 (3 bids)

Green Bay Packers, Inc. business check, 8.25 x 3, filled out in another hand and signed by Lombardi, "Vincent Lombardi," payable to the team's center, future Hall of Famer Jim Ringo, for $50, September 27, 1960. Countersigned by Dominic Olejniczak, and endorsed on the reverse by Ringo. Drafted by the Packers in 1953, Ringo played for Green Bay for a decade; in his fifteen-year NFL career, he …

Now At: $636 (11 bids)

Vintage fountain pen signature, "Mickey Mantle,” on an off-white 5 x 3 card. In fine to very fine condition. Encapsulated in a PSA/DNA authentication holder.

Now At: $393 (9 bids)

Rare signed book: Won in the Ninth. First edition. NY: R. J. Bodmer Company, 1910. Hardcover, 5.25 x 7.75, 298 pages. Signed on a presentation bookplate affixed to the front pastedown in fountain pen by Christy Mathewson; the bookplate, No. 499, bears a typed inscription to "Mr. Edward Connolly." Autographic condition: fine, with slight feathering to ink. Book condition: VG/None, with light edgewe…

Now At: $3,723 (18 bids)

Excessively rare ALS, one page, 6 x 9.5, The Planters Hotel Co., St. Louis, letterhead, July 23, 1910. Handwritten letter promoter D. A. Fletcher, regarding a proposed post-season barnstorming tour of baseball's all-stars. In full: "I enclose signature of Konetchy. Roger Bresnahan assures me that he will go, but does not wish to put himself upon record in ink at this time. You can depend on h…

Now At: $7,238 (10 bids)

Desirable Artvue Type I black-and-white Hall of Fame plaque card, signed in the lower border in blue ballpoint by Mel Ott. Reverse bears handwritten collector’s notations. Encapsulated in a PSA/DNA authentication holder. In fine condition.

Now At: $220 (2 bids)

Green felt tip signature, "To Joe Balmer, wishes you the best, Steve Prefontaine,” on an off-white 5 x 3 sheet. In fine condition.

Now At: $267 (4 bids)

Bold vintage fountain pen signature and inscription, "To Joseph Bahurr Jr., From, Babe Ruth,” on an off-white 4.5 x 3 card. In fine condition, with uniform toning from prior display. Encapsulated in a PSA/DNA authentication holder.

Now At: $2,263 (17 bids)