Goldin Auctions is conducting a online auction with 1,000 lots through May 7 at www.GoldinAuctions.com. Bid, register and view the items at goldinauctions.com.
The auction includes a wide assortment of lots from some of the biggest names in sports, entertainment and politics including; Michael Jordan, Mickey Mantle, Mike Trout, John F. Kennedy, The Beatles, and even Greta Garbo and George Washington. Additionally, Goldin Auctions is currently accepting consignments for its next live auction on August 4 during the National Sports Collectors’ Convention in Atlantic City, NJ and a corresponding catalog auction closing the following week.
The auction features a dozen Super Bowl and World Series Rings; 40 lots from John F. Kennedy, Jackie O and assassin Lee Harvey Oswald; hundreds of game used and game worn items; thousands of trading cards; and even signatures from Presidents, Washington, Lincoln, Truman, and more.
Here’s a more detailed look at some of the most unique items being offered in the auction. (Bids below are current as of May 4 at Noon ET in parentheses.)
- Lot #143 – 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle Rookie Card – PSA EX 5 – ($46,000)
- Lot #72 – 500 Home Run Encapsulated Tickets (27) In Two Approximately 32″x38″ and 30″x32″ Framed Displays – ($31,000)- This rare and one of a kind complete collection contains PSA encapsulated tickets and/or press passes for the games in which all 27 members of the 500 home run club knocked their historic blasts.
- Lot #199 – 2012 Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Championship Player’s Ring – D.J. Bryant- With Display Box – ($24,000)
- Lot #34 – 2009 New York Yankees World Series Championship Ring “A” Ring- (Staff LOA)-With Original Display Box – ($14,000)
- Lot #178 – 1998 New York Yankees World Series Championship Ring – Brian Recesso (Front Office Ring) – ($10,000)
- Lot #1346 – 1963 White House Christmas Card Signed by President and Mrs. Kennedy (PSA/DNA Gem Mint 10) – ($10,000)-John F. Kennedy has signed in bold black ink and Jackie has signed in fine blue ink. Because of the tight time frame in which the Kennedy’s were able to sign these cards, only 15 bearing their signatures are known to exist and not even discovered until the mid-1980’s.
- Lot #38 – 1971 Thurman Munson Game Used New York Yankees Home Jersey – Earliest Known-(MEARS Guaranteed) – (Opening Bid $10,000)
- Lot #85 – 1989-90 Michael Jordan Game Used Chicago Bulls Home Jersey (Sellers LOA) (MEARS) – ($8,500)
- Lot #197 – 1989 SF 49ers Super Bowl Player Ring (Keith Henderson) – ($8,500)
- Lot #1393 – Greta Garbo Personally owned and worn Rach Mink Coat by Frederica. Also includes a photo of her wearing it in 1952 and a Garbo signed check made out to her furrier for service (University Archives LOA) ($8,000)
- Lot #1385 – Lee Harvey Oswald’s Only Dress Clothes- Grey Two Piece Suit worn at his wedding (University Archives LOA) – ($7,500)- A gray wool two-piece suit (jacket and trousers) with his name, “Lee H Oswald,” finely embroidered in yellow thread immediately above the right-side inside pocket of the jacket.
- Lot #460 – 2014 Mike Trout Photo Matched Game Used and Signed Season HR #33 & #34 Bat (MLB authenticated & PSA/DNA GU 9) – ($7,000)
- Lot #84 – The Beatles Signed & Encapsulated Ticket (PSA/DNA) – signed by all four members of the Fab Four ($6,000)
- Lot #1433 – George Washington Signature on Document Portion with Hair Relic and Coat Piece — 3 Items in Framed Display (PSA/DNA) – ($6,000) – This important offering contains elements from the personal life and times of the Father of Our Country, George Washington.
- Lot #1434 – 1863 Abraham Lincoln Signed Civil War Document (PSA/DNA) – ($5,500)
- Lot #1461 – Harry S. Truman Signed Framed Display – three Signed Truman items and Leslie L. Biffle Signature (University Archives LOA) – ($5,500)
- Lot #1621 – Ty Cobb & Honus Wagner Dual Signed Baseball – signed and dated on 8/6/1946 when they managed opposing teams in the All-American Boys Baseball Game ($4,500)
- Lot #286 – 2001 Mike Piazza Game Used NY Mets Black 9/11 Jersey – ($3,500)
About Goldin Auctions
Sports memorabilia impresario Ken Goldin has sold more than $600 million in memorabilia from many of the biggest names in sports, history and pop culture and was the pioneer of using the medium of television to sell sports memorabilia. Over the past few years, Goldin Auctions sold Babe Ruth’s 1918 contract for a record $1.02 million, a Honus Wagner T206 card for a public sale record $2.1 million and the Mike Piazza Post-911 home run jersey for $365,000. Goldin Auctions strives to break new ground and offer collectors the best in collectible treasures up for auction in the marketplace. All game worn or autographed items come with team, player, league or additional LOA from industry leading authenticators; and collectors can bid with confidence that their proxy/ceiling bids remain confidential. For more information, visitwww.goldinauctions.com.