Lealnds is accepting consignments and buying paying CASH for items in our Next 2016 auctions. Lelands is now going to conduct 3 Auction each year! We are seeking top lots and nice collections for our upcoming 2016 Auctions. We are also buying large accumulations of cards and memorabilia of all qualities! Get your consignments in! See Mike Heffner this weekend in Pittsburgh – May 20-22, 2016.
We wants your cards and memorabilia for our next auction. We will thoroughly go through the material of potential consignors and fully explain to them the steps that should be taken to maximize their return. This includes pre-screening for grading, choosing the grading company that would best benefit their cards, and make an honest assessment of what they can to realize. We view each and every consignment as a partnership and will be with them every step of the way.
We introduce to you the newest member of the Lelands team, our future in training, Jordan Gilroy. Combining youth and experience, sporting 11 years hands on experience in the field with specialization in autographs, game used and sports cards. His journey began in grade school, trading at local card shows and working his way up the ladder to handling some of the more treasured pieces in the hobby. Studying signatures, spotting fakes and learning the material is something Jordan takes great pride in. His passion and expertise in the field is unique for a 22-year old. A recent graduate majoring in Economics at the State University of New York, Cortland, we are excited to have him on board. Email Jordan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lelands is the largest and most respected Sports Auction House in the world. We have handled such landmark collections as The Mickey Mantle Auction of the Greer Johnson Collection ($1.3M), The Harry M. Stevens Auction ($1.8M), and the famed Boston Garden Auction ($2M total sales). We have also auctioned important individual pieces like The Babe Ruth Sale Document ($99,000), Mickey Mantle’s 1960 Jersey ($111,100) and perhaps the single most famous transaction in sports memorabilia history, the sale of the infamous “Mookie Ball” to the actor Charlie Sheen for $93,500.
Over the past five years, Lelands has sold over $40 million worth of vintage sports memorabilia and cards.