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Results Snap Shot: Love of the Games, Mile High and MEARS Auctions


The auctions of Love of the Game Auctions, Mile High Card Company, and MEARS Auction all concluded this past week with great results.  Top selling items from all of these auctions include:

Love of the Game Auctions

Lot #4: 1909 E90-1 American Caramel Joe Jackson – PSA FR 1.5  (Sold for $7,080)
Lot #2: 1935 National Chicle #34 Bronko Nagurski (HOF RC) – PSA EX 5 (Sold for $6,490)
Lot #93: Scarce 1911 T206 Cycle 460 Walter Johnson (Hands at Chest – HOF) – SGC FAIR 20 (Sold for $4,425)
Lot #7: 1907 Eastern League Composite Photo w/Hugh Duffy and Joe Kelly ($4,130)
Lot #74: 1909-11 T206 Gus Dorner PSA NM-MT 8, 1 of 2, none higher! (Sold for $3,540)
Lot #1: 1935 Silver Certificate Signed by Babe Ruth (HOF) (Sold for $2,950)

Click here for full Love of the Game Auction Results (The auction closed February 2, 2013)

Mile High Card Company

#328: 1911 M116 Sporting Life Master Set #2 All-Time Finest on PSA Set Registry with GPA of 6.387 (Sold for $98,408)
#1: Spectacular and Incredibly Rare Babe Ruth and Al Capone Signed OAL (Harridge) Ball The Only Known Example (Sold for $61,863)
#3: 1911 T3 Turkey Red #9 Ty Cobb PSA 6 EX/MT (Sold for $25,273)
#675: 1915 Cracker Jack #30 Ty Cobb SGC 86 NM+ 7.5 (Sold for $17,362)
#678: 1951 Bowman #253 Mickey Mantle PSA 7 NM (Sold for $13,282)
#759: 1972 Topps Full Unopened 5th/6th Series Wax Box (Sold for $7,235)

Click here for full Mile High Card Company Auction Results (The auction closed January 31, 2013)

MEARS Auctions

#53: 1965 Mickey Mantle H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model Game Used Bat – Yankees – Used July 27-29, 1965 w/ Provenance & Pinpoint Factory Records (MEARS 9.5) (Sold for $16,115)
#231: 1948 Buford “Baby” Ray Green Bay Packers Game Worn Home Jersey (MEARS A9) “First example discovered” (Sold for $8,084)
#238: 1965-67 Don Chandler Green Bay Packers Game Worn Home Jersey w/ Over 20 Team Repairs (MEARS A10) (Sold for 7.514)
#86: 1979 Lonnie Smith Philadelphia Phillies Saturday Night Special Game Worn Uniform (MEARS LOA) (Sold for $7,270)
#118: 1924 Babe Ruth Tacoma All Stars Signed AJ Reach OAL Exhibition Homerun baseball (PSA/DNA 5) (Sold for $6,072)
#132: 1999 NFL Hall of Fame Signature Series Platunum Edition Ron Mix Factory Card Set w/ 116 Hall of Fame Signatures (Ron Mix COA) (Sold for $1,508)

Click here for full MEARS Auctions Auction Results (The auction closed February 2, 2013)


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