Lelands is accepting consignments and buying items for our special “Invitational” auction. This auction is limited to only 300 lots of the finest memorabilia and cards. We are also seeking top lots and nice collections for our upcoming 2017 Auctions. Get your consignments in! Deadline to consign is April 15, 2017.
In the past six months, THE Lelands Sports Cards Division has made incredible strides. Our recent March 2017 auction was an epiphany, a CARD AUCTION our clients have been waiting for this for decades.
We broke records and shocked the industry. Now we are taking the next step forward. That next step is “The Invitational.”
Accurately named “The Invitational” this auction will feature no more than 300 lots of the highest quality sports memorabilia and sports cards, including over TWO DOZEN OF THE FINEST HIGH GRADE individual cards plus a trio of single owner, fresh to the hobby extraordinarily high grade complete TOPPS sets.
In addition, we already have in house a superior collection of sports memorabilia, valued at $5 million, including some extremely rare game worn and game used items by some of baseball’s biggest names.
This Invitational auction will be aggressively promoted with a quarter million dollar advertising budget, virtually guaranteeing spirited bidding from the hobby’s biggest collectors.
Leland’s is seeking more high end sports cards and complete sets for this special auction.
If you have any items which might fit the level this auction demands, please call me at 848.448.5724 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Invitational Auction is set to become one of the hobby’s greatest events. Your sports cards deserve to be part of this spectacular auction. The results will enrich and shock you.
Vintage Card Specialist
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.