Giants, Royals and World Series Memorabilia Headline Goldin Auctions October Legends

Hottest Items From Goldin Auctions October Legends AuctionA program from the first game of the 1903 World Series, a pair of San Francisco Giants World Series rings and game-used collectibles from Kansas City Royals stars Billy Butler, Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas are among the 1,100+ items up for bids in the Goldin Auctions October Legends Auction through November 1 at

“This is a great time to be a fan and collectors of the Royals, Giants or simply World Series memorabilia,” said Ken Goldin, Founder of Goldin Auctions. “We have many unique lots that will make a great addition to anyone’s Royals, Giants or World Series memorabilia collection.”


Among the highlights are (Current bids as of 10/23):

Lot #1 – 1903 World Series Program Game One Score Card: an extremely rare “Souvenir Card” program for the first-ever World Series, pitting t Pittsburgh Pirates VS Boston Americans. The scorecard is perfectly scored and non-restored. ($31,000)

Lot #41 – 1954 NY Giants World Series Players Ring from Billy Gardner ($7,500)

Lot #51 – 2010 SF Giants World Series Ring ($8,000)

Lot #162 – SF Giants Buster Posey game-worn jersey from 6/14/14 includes MBL Authentication. ($1,900)

Lot #161 – 2013 Tim Lincecum game worn road jersey with World Series patch from 5/18/13 ($700)

Lot #736 – 1911 NY Giants-Philadelphia A’s World Series Program ($5,000)

Lot #134 – 2010 Billy Butler KC Royals game-worn jersey from 7/30/10 incudes MLB Authentication ($225)

Lot #260 – 2009-11 Eric Hosmer & Mike Moustakas (rookie) game used and signed bats ($275)

Lot #99 – A pair of 1969-72 KC Royals grey flannel road jerseys ($325)

Other highlights of the October Legends Auction are more than 80 Derek Jeter collectibles; an 18 item Mike Schmidt Collection (Lot #18-35) that includes his 1984 Gold Glove and several history home run bats and balls; plus several museum quality Babe Ruth artifacts such as: Babe Ruth’s 1922 and 1934 NY Yankees contract (Lot #5, Lot #9) plus a 1929-30Ruth game used bat (Lot #6).