Game Used Universe is pleased to announce the GUUAuctions Fall 2009 auction is now live. We are thrilled to offer nearly 500 exciting memorabilia items. Examples of some of the items can be found below, but we also invite you to visit the new GUUAuctions website to see all of the items in the auction. Given the new software we are using for the auction, please note: YOU MUST REGISTER ON THE GUUAUCTIONS.COM WEBSITE IN ORDER TO BID IN THE CURRENT AUCTION.
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Some of the Featured Items Include:
LOT 1 – Historically Significant Jim Brown University of Syracuse Game Worn Helmet
GUU Auctions is extremely proud to present what can only be described as the most historically significant piece of collegiate sports memorabilia to have ever surfaced and easily one of the most important pieces of sports memorabilia in existence: The legendary Jim Brown’s game used college football helmet worn during his final season at Syracuse – a truly spectacular piece that perfectly captures and embodies Jim Brown’s illustrious and prophetic collegiate career.
LOT 2 – Reggie Jackson’s Personal 1967 Corvette 427 L89 Roadster – With Opportunity to Meet Reggie Himself
An unbelievable opportunity for any muscle car and sports collector. This amazing 1967 Corvette 427 L89 Roadster is being offered from the private collection of Reggie Jackson, Mr. October himself. It has a 435 HP engine making it a rare combination as a limited number of these vehicles were produced with the 435 Horse Power option.
LOT 3 – Jim Ringo 1957-61 Packers Game Worn Dureen, Rare Midnight Green, Stylematched, Team Repairs
Offered here is a VERY RARE long sleeve blue-green style Packers jersey of HOFer Jim Ringo. There are only 3 known Packers blue-green durene style jerseys known, let alone from a HOFer. The durene jersey is hammered with use. It contains 12+ team repairs. This IS THE ONLY RINGO of this style. It was obtained directly through the Ringo family. The jersey has been style matched to his 1958 Topps football card (#103).
LOT 4 – Leroy Kelly 1967 Cleveland Browns Game Worn Road Dureen Jersey (Mears A10)
In 1967, the year Kelly wore this jersey, he led the NFL with 1205 rushing yards and 11 TD’s as well as compiling a league leading 1487 yards from scrimmage. Offered is the exact 1967 durene jersey Leroy Kelly Browns wore that glorious season. Jersey displays tons of use. Rarely do you find Hall of Fame durene jerseys let alone one dated directly to a specific season.
LOT 5 – Ted Williams 1946-47 Hillerich & Bradsby Professional Model Game Used Bat
This bat represents an outstanding opportunity to fill the hole in your collection with a Ted Williams game used professional model bat that was manufactured specifically to his specifications during a period in his career when he hit over .340 in four consecutive years, 1946-1949.
LOT 6 – Reggie Jackson 1973 World Series Autographed Adirondack Professional Model Game Used Bat
This bat is attributed to use by Reggie Jackson during one of the highlights of his career-the 1973 World Series when the A’s won the second of three consecutive World Championships and Reggie was named the World Series Most Valuable Player. This bat was sourced from a Bay Area resident who provides a signed Letter of Authenticity.
LOT 7 – Roberto Alomar 1992 Toronto Blue Jays World Series Trophy (Obtained Directly From Alomar’s Agent)
Offered here is Alomar’s personal October Classic crown – a treasure that would enhance any serious collection. The trophy stands twelve inches where its tallest flag pole of twenty-six peaks, and weighs nearly six pounds. The black base has an engraved gold band that reads “World Series Champions – TORONTO BLUE JAYS – 1992 – ROBERTO ALOMAR”. The trophy is accompanied by a letter from the previous owner that states the trophy was purchased in the mid 1990s directly from Alomar’s marketing agent, to whom Robbie gifted the award.
LOT 9 – Norm Bulaich 1970 Baltimore Colts Game Worn Home Dureen Jersey – Super Bowl Championship Year
This short sleeve Colts blue durene jersey has the “Sand-Knit size 46” tag sewn on the left front tail. Sewn on the front, back and both sleeves is the player number “36” done in white tackle twill. On back above the number sewn on a blue durene nameplate is “BULAICH” in white tackle twill. The blue durene jersey flaunts the two white stripes on each shoulder and stretch durene at each sleeve endings. Heavy wear is evident, with fraying and some detachment about the numbers on the front and back, as well as on the manufacturer’s tag.
LOT: 10 Jack Clark’s 1987 Silver Slugger Award (Clark LOA)
Original Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger Award, as presented to Jack Clark in 1987 for being named to the Sporting News National League Offensive Team. This award was purchased directly from Clark himself (along with his 1985 trophy), and comes with a letter of authenticity hand-signed by Jack Clark.
LOT 12 – Paul Krause 1970-74 Minnesota Vikings Game Worn Home Jersey
Offered here is a 1970-74 Minnesota Vikings game worn jersey of the Minnesota Hall of Famer. This purple mesh jersey has the “Designed and Tailored Exclusively for the Minnesota Vikings Sand-Knit” tag. This purple mesh jersey displays tons of use and is a nice alternative to the tough to find durenes from earlier in Krause’s career.