The current Clean Sweep Auction is in progress . To register and bid before the auction which closes on August 7-8, 2019 go to www.Cleansweepauctions.com. This auction features an amazing selection of memorabilia and autographs. This current auction is our unique to the industry affordable autograph and memorabilia-only auction. This auction features items that almost all have a retail value of $500 or less, and low minimum bids.
Lots 1-714 end on August 7th and Lots 715-1448 end on August 8th.
Day one of the auction is all about baseball autographs. We open with a nice selection of signed cards, including many quality partial vintage signed Topps lots from 1958-1971. There are two really nice 1953 & 1954 Billy Martin signed Topps cards and a rare vintage signed 1964 Topps Giant Hank Aaron among much more.
We have a very interesting collection of signed vintage All Star and World Series tickets that follow. Signed 8×10 photos include a 1954 Giants, 2016 Yankees, a vintage Hank Greenberg, several interesting single and multi-signed Mickey Mantle photos and much more. There is a solid run of signed Yellow HOF Plaques with several scarcities and key HOFers. 3×5 collectors will see some tougher signatures and quality HOFers.
Check collectors will see a very nice Ty Cobb signed check, and we have some original Yankee player contracts from the late 1920s and early 1930s. There are some interesting signed equipment lots, including Derek Jeter and Mike Trout signed batting helmets, a Derek Jeter 2014 All Star Game jersey and a wide variety of signed large prints and oversized items.
Single signed baseballs close out the first day of the auction. There are hundreds to choose from, with a wide variety of HOFers, deceased players, retired stars and a wonderful collection of broadcaster signed baseballs. There are both scarce balls here and classic HOFers, the condition overall is quite strong.
Day two of the auction starts with multi-signed baseballs. There is an interesting late 1970s baseball with George Steinbrenner, George Brett and Elston Howard and a 1996 Veterans Committee signed baseball with Ted Williams. Team balls range from 1938 – 2002 with some collector grade Yankee Championship balls, a 1962 Mets with a real Stengel and Hodges, several higher grade team balls from the the 1950s and 1960s, a few All Star balls and other quality team balls.
Bat collectors will see a nice run of HOFer single signed bats with many Cooperstown models; there are also several interesting vintage store and game bats. Basketball collectors will see some nice Bird/Magic signed items, a vintage Bill Russell signed Celtic program and other nice items.
Football is a major part of this auction. We have our largest offering ever of the always popular signed Goal Line cards, these are spread out over 150 different lots! Other football items include signed helmets, footballs, photos, cards, programs and more.
Baseball memorabilia closes out the auction. Among the strongest offerings we have had in one of these auctions, it starts with a quality pub run. Tickets come next, including two rare pre-1920 tickets and two 1939 HOF All Star Game tickets.
We have our largest offering ever of Mickey Mantle vintage games, toys and paper items. There is a nice selection of vintage baseball and football pennants as well. We conclude the auction with a strong run of vintage baseball and football bobbin head dolls, including keys Mantle, Maris and Mays.
We are current accepting consignments and buying items outright for our next major auction. The consignment deadline is August 12.