3 Days Left to Bid in Collectible Classics 588-Lot Auction – Ends October 29, 2020

Today, tomorrow and Thursday remain to bid in our auction of sports and non-sport collectibles. Initial bids are due by 10 p.m. Thursday. If you want to continue bidding on a lot after 10, you need to place a bid on that lot by 10 p.m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time. Bid, view and register at http://www.auctionscc.net/auction/.

Initial bids need to be placed by 10 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29. After 10 p.m. Eastern Daylight Saving Time, the entire auction will close when 10 minutes pass without a bid on any lot. After 1 a.m., if the bidding goes that late, we can close the auction at any time. Complete rules are online.

Football cards, autographs and memorabilia are plentiful in this auction. Thirty card lots range from the 1930s to 2010s and include a 1932 Denby Cigar Premium of the NFL Champion Chicago Bears, scarce mid-1930 Wheaties panels and early Bowman, Kahn’s, Leaf, Post Cereal and Topps cards. More than 20 autograph lots include such Pro Hall of Fame members as Gale Sayers; George Allen, Blanda and Trafton; Joe Greene, Mike Webster, Cal Hubbard, Bill Walsh, Bobby Layne (with his most exciting football moment), Red Badgro, Lynn Swann, Dan Fouts, Dick Night Train Lane and many more. For college collectors, there is an autograph of Gerald R. Ford, MVP of the 1934 University of Michigan football team and future U.S. President; and autographs of Ara Parseghian, Joe Paterno, Duffy Daugherty, Brud Holland and Milt Morin, a member of the College Hall of Fame and a two-time Pro Bowl selection at tight end for the Cleveland Browns. Morin signed a game-worn shoe from his Browns career.

Morin is represented also in the football memorabilia offerings – by a well-used practiced jersey. More than 50 lots of 1940s-50s football programs, tickets or stubs and books are available. They are overwhelmingly from pro games.

Hockey includes autographs by Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull and Jean Beliveau. Among the basketball items are autographs of John Wooden and nine Boston Celtics, including Dave Cowens, Bill Sharman and Tom Heinsohn; a Pittsburgh Condors ashtray; Bowman, Kahn’s and Topps cards, and vintage books, guides and other publications.

The seldom-seen 1892 “Wehman’s Book on the Art and Science of Boxing and Self Defence” is among 19th and earth 20th century boxing items, which also include an 1888 A16 Allen & Ginter World’s Champion Album page with John L. Sullivan, a 1911 T9 Turkey Red boxing card of James Jeffries and five 1920s strip cards with such boxers as Lou Tendler and Tom Heeney, and a vintage 1882-1939 “Heavyweight Champion of the World Titleholders” poster. There also are books on Jack Dempsey, Jack Johnson, John L. Sullivan and boxing’s Golden Age.

For wrestling collectors, there is a group of five photos autographed by Bruno Sammartino and Larry Zbyszko, both in the World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Fame.
Various other sports are represented and include an autograph of Milt Marion, who raced everything from Indy cars to dirt cars to boats; autographs of Sam Snead and Jim Ryun; a photo of Bill Tilden at Wimbledon; cards of swimmer and actor Johnny Weissmuller, jockeys, race horses and soccer players; and programs for the 1953 Indianapolis 500, a 1935 rodeo and the 1939 National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden. Bowling books and memorabilia are also up for bid.

If you have any questions about the auction, please call us at 724-446-3079. We hope you will enjoy the auction.