World Class Signed Baseballs To Take Center Stage At Heritage February Platinum Night Auction

As the years go by in the sports memorabilia hobby, one thing seems to remain the same — high-grade signed baseballs representing legendary players are

The Finest 1927 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball on Earth

always near the top of most collectors’ want lists, and they continue to appreciate in value. Sure to turn the heads of most discerning hobbyists in search of the “best of the best,” our February 23 Platinum Night Auction will present an impressive selection of some of the rarest and most sought-after spherical treasures ever to hit the auction block.

Of course, no highly-anticipated auction would be complete without an offering of one of the nicest Babe Ruth singles ever presented, and this auction will be no different, but we are also excited to present numerous signed baseballs from additional Hall of Famers, as well as one-of-a-kind exemplars from rarely-seen notables from the diamond.

Below are a handful of highlighted signed baseballs that will be included in the Platinum Night Auction, with bidding to go live in early February.

Late 1930's Lou Gehrig Single Signed Baseball


Late 1930’s Lou Gehrig
Single Signed Baseball

Estimate $50,000+

A Pristine Jimmie Foxx Single Signed Baseball


A Pristine Jimmie Foxx Single Signed Baseball

Estimate $40,000+

Early 1960's Wally Pipp Single Signed Statistics Baseball, PSA/DNA NM-MT 8


Early 1960’s Wally Pipp Single Signed Statistics Baseball, PSA/DNA NM-MT 8

Estimate $10,000+

1960's Jackie Robinson Single Signed Baseball


1960’s Jackie Robinson Single Signed Baseball

Estimate $10,000+

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