Huggins and Scott has produced another fine masterpiece auction that includes several key items and baseball card rarities in the upcoming March catalog and Internet auction. The full-color catalog auction opens for bidding on March 7th with an original Godfather script, followed by an assortment of early baseball cards including a 1909 S74 Red Sun Ty Cobb silk (SGC 84), a 1911 D304 Brunner’s Bread Ty Cobb (PSA 3), a 1948 Gunter Beer/Arch McDonald uncatalogued Washington Senators postcard, a 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle (PSA 8, OC) and an incredible array of sports cards, memorabilia, Americana and autographs. This 200-page full-color catalog, featuring 1059 lots of sports and non-sports cards and memorabilia, will be presented to thousands of the foremost bidders worldwide.
Other highlights in this auction include a selection of single-signed baseballs with Babe Ruth, Everett Scott and Hank Greenberg; a 1928-29 New York Yankees team ball with Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig; an interesting multi-signed ball with Ruth, Walter Johnson, Honus Wagner, Tris Speaker and Pete Rose; a 1955 Hall of Fame Induction ball with Ty Cobb and Jimmie Foxx; a 2009 Topps Heritage Barack Obama/Jackie Robinson dual signed card; Abraham Lincoln signed cut (dated April 14, 1862); a complete 1955 Esskay Bob Alexander box plus an assortment of 1954 and 1955 Esskay cards and a plethora of high value modern insert cards with many Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth versions.
Other notable items include Steve Carlton’s 1972 uniform from his magical Cy Young season; Cal Ripken’s 1995 All-Star Game worn jersey; an NBA 50 Greatest Players autograph display; hundreds of quality autographs including Thurman Munson NY Yankees payroll check, as well as examples from Ruth, Gehrig, Young and dozens of rare Hall of Famers; 1880s “Darktown” Mechanical bank; 1912 S110 Silk pillowcase with Cobb; 1955 Felin’s Franks Wyatt (SGC 40), a litany of rare and highly desirable SGC and PSA graded cards from the pre-war era and much more. Huggins and Scott Auctions prides itself on offering collectibles to all levels of collectors with an affordable grouping of lots and items.
This promises to be another fantastic sale for this stalwart of the sports memorabilia industry. Visit http://www.hugginsandscott.com/to register, bid or to download a free catalog. Huggins and Scott continues to evolve as a customer-oriented auction company and is the only company that updates its website every day with new items that will be included in the upcoming auction. The auction will begin on March 7, 2010 at 4:00pm eastern time and will end on March 24th and 25th with the 30-minute rule. We are currently accepting consignments for our next auction (May 2010) and welcome all those who are looking for quality and personal customer service.