First Offerings of Items from Drier Collection Sell for Over $1 Million in Legendary Auctions

 The first auction offerings from The Dreier Collection just ending in The Legendary Auctions  March 2012 catalog auction.  With sales of the Drier items exceeding $1,000,000 , this is the first of many offerings of the Drier collection over the next two years with Legendary Auctions. Over 400 lots were presented in a special catalog as the initial installment of this legendary collection. The auction featured rare 19th century relics, baseball pinbacks, baseball cards and memorabilia, game used uniforms and boxing ephemera.  View the complete auction results here.

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