Goldin Auctions last auction closed on Friday, July 19th. In all, Goldin Auctions records more than $2.4 million in sales in the 1,150 lot auction. These are the final days to consign items to the next Goldin Auction scheduled to close November 1st. Please contact us with a list of your potential consignments prior to sending them to us.
- Pre 1980 game used equipment
- Vintage baseball cards pre 1960
- Championship rings
- Single signed baseballs of deceased hall of famers
- High quality complete sets of cards
- Game used items of Jeter, Rivera, Harper, Trout, & Puig
- Trophies and awards
- All 19th century baseball collectibles
- Great Autographed and Memorabilia Items
- As well as any other items of sports, historical and entertainment collectibles that have done extremely well in our auctions.
Please email email@example.com or call our office 856-767-8550 9am-6pm with respect to consignments. If you have previously consigned to us, please contact either me directly or whichever consignment director you are working with.
Several of the items in the auction went for well over $100,000, and exceeded expectations for final bid price, such as:
Lot #2: Only Known 1949 MVP Season Game Used Jackie Robinson Louisville Slugger Bat. With a minumum bid price of $25,000, this item received 19 bids and was sold for $156,391.88
Lot #13: Kobe Bryant 2000 Los Angeles Lakers NBA Championship Ring 14K-40 Diamonds (Laker Issued Player Ring Gifted by Kobe to Joe Bryant). With a minimum bid price of $10,000, this item had 12 bids and sold for a total of $173,102.40
Lot #14: Kobe Bryant 2000 Los Angeles Lakers NBA Championship Ring 14K-40 Diamonds (Laker Issued Player Ring Gifted by Kobe to Pam Bryant) With a minimum bid price set at $10,000, this item received 11 bids and was sold for a total of$107,481.60
Lot #38: Derek Jeter Game Used and Signed Fielders Glove. With a minimum bid price set at just $2,000, this item had a total of 24 bids and was sold for $47,589.75
Our team and I have been working hard to promote our auctions and items in as many ways as possible. Along with all the conventional things we did to promote our auctions- email blasts, advertising in all the sports memorabilia channels, sending out one of the nicest catalogs in the industry, etc – we also worked as hard as possible to get the word out through other channels, not typically expected of a sports memorabilia auction house. Specifically, for our last two auctions, I have appeared on CNBC live as well as Inside Edition, ESPN’s Mint Condition, Bloomberg TV’s Money Matters, ABC Weekend News Philadelphia, and the Fox Morning Show in Philadelphia. Our auctions have also been featured over 5000 newspaper, magazine and internet articles this auction has received world wide. I have also been chosen to be a memorabilia expert on the television program ‘Storage Wars: New York’ which will be airing in August.