Lelands, the original sports memorabilia auction house and the most respected and trusted firm in the hobby, today announced its Focus Auction Winter 2023, an exclusive (and focused) collection of 40+ exceptional graded modern and vintage cards, autographs, game-used memorabilia, photo-matched items and much more. The auction runs from Jan. 29 to Feb. 11, 2023 at lelands.com.
Highlights of the Lelands Focus Auction Winter 2023 include:
- A 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 5.5
- A 1952 Topps Willie Mays PSA 7
- A 1921 Exhibit Supply Co. Babe Ruth PSA 4.5
- Kobe Bryant‘s Lakers signed, game-worn, photo-matched sneakers and wristband from 11/1/2001
- A 2020 Jalen Hurts National Treasures RPA Nike Swoosh /3
- A 1977 Brooks Robinson Orioles signed, game-worn, photo-matched jersey
- A 1919 World Series press ticket
- A 1982 Donnie Shell Steelers game-worn jersey from a game where he had two interceptions
- A 2020 Joe Burrow National Treasures RPA /99, and
- A 1932 Yankees World Champion team signed baseball
Held quarterly, in between Lelands’ four Classic auctions, and launching this past fall, Lelands’ newest auction gives consignors the focus their grail deserves. All auction items receive their own social media post, are included in an email blast, get featured on Lelands’ home page, and are displayed on the auction’s first page.
All items in the Lelands Focus Auction Winter 2023 have a value of approximately $10,000.
For more information about the auction, visit https://lelands.com.
Established in 1985, Lelands is the world’s first sports memorabilia and card auction house, and the premier appraisers and authenticators in the entire sports hobby. Its founder, the late Josh Leland Evans, was a pioneer in the field and acknowledged by his peers as the most knowledgeable figure in sports memorabilia. Renowned in his own right, Evans’s long-time partner Michael Heffner continues Lelands’ four decade tradition of personal customer service and maximizing results for clients. Lelands has handled many of the largest landmark auctions, achieving world-record prices for countless cards and iconic memorabilia including a Tom Brady rookie card ($3.1 million), Babe Ruth’s 1927 Yankees World Series ring ($2.09 million), Ruth’s 1919 “Curse of the Bambino” signed contract ($2.3 million), and a 1920 Ruth Yankees jersey ($4.5 million). For more information, visit https://lelands.com.