Unopened wax, cello and vending boxes, an impressive array of signed baseballs and many great Muhammad Ali, Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera items are available in Collect Auctions current auction which is now in progress and will close on November 30, with the customary 15-minute per lot rule.
A sampling of arguably the most impressive auction lineup of unopened products, includes: a 1988-89 Fleer Basketball unopened wax case; 1978 Topps Football unopened cello case; 1979 Topps Football unopened rack case; 1996-97 Topps Chrome Basketball factory-sealed box; 1993 SP Baseball factory-sealed box; 1975 Topps Baseball cello box; 1993 Topps Baseball Series 1 unopened wax case; 1981 Fleer Baseball unopened wax case; 1973-74 Topps Hockey vending box (BBCE); 1973-74 Topps Basketball vending box (BBCE); and more.
Other highlights include: 1936 New York Yankee team-signed baseball with Lou Gehrig alone on the sweet spot; Roberto Clemente twice-signed 1961 program; Michael Jordan signed 1994 game-used Barons base; Ty Cobb signed oversized check display; Mickey Mantle signed Louisville Slugger bat; Mantle single-signed baseball inscribed “HOF 74″; Mantle single-signed Mickey Charles Mantle” baseball; Thurman Munson signed “Dinner with the Yankees” ticket; signed near sets of 1956 Topps, 1986 Donruss and 1989 Upper Deck Baseball; Babe Ruth, Cochrane, Dizzy Dean and others signed 1934 World Series program; Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton, Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter singe-signed baseballs; Muhammad Ali signed 16×20 with the Beatles; Muhammad Ali signed boxing gloves with “Cassius Clay” and artwork by Wayne Prokopiak; Mariano Rivera signed treasure chest, with a jersey, pair of cleats, cap and glove, all with matching 6/8 serial numbers; and much more.
Visit www.collectauctions.com to register, view and bid in the auction or call Collect Auctions at 888-463-3063 to discuss consigning to future auctions. In addition, many of the key items will be on display this weekend at the Chicago Sports Spectacular (Nov. 17-19). Collect Auctions will be set up near the autograph pavilion to accept consignments for our spring auction, distribute catalogs, answer questions and display some of the key lots in our Nov. 30 auction.