Lelands.com, the original and leading sports auction house, has announced that it plans to sell an extremely rare T206 Honus Wagner baseball card PSA 2 and the only known game-used ball from Pittsburgh Pirates legend Roberto Clemente’s last ever game – Game 5 of the 1972 National League Championship Series – at the National Sports Collectors Convention, which is being held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Chicago, from July 31 to August 4.
Other vintage sports memorabilia from Lelands.com up for sale at the convention include the earliest known Michigan Football program; the No. 3 Yankees pinstripe jersey worn by Babe Ruth’s replacement, George Selkirk; a warm-up jacket worn by a member of the 1940s New York Rens, the first all-black basketball team; the earliest fully signed NBA Championship basketball (1947-48 Baltimore Bullets); a one-of-a-kind 1887 Allen & Ginter “World Champion” framed poster used to promote the classic N28 baseball card set and an 1890s Genessee Athletics “Pitcher’s” baseball uniform by A.G. Spalding – considered to be the best-ever non-major league uniform
In addition, Lelands.com will be purchasing outright and accepting consignments of classic sports memorabilia, vintage sports cards and non-sports cards, and all Americana, Vintage Photography and Rock-n-Roll memorabilia.
Visit the Lelands.com booth during the convention (1000P & 1002P) to consign or sell, receive a free appraisal or look at the Lelands.com unique memorabilia for sale. You can also follow Lelands.com on Twitter andFacebook. If you would like to make an appointment to speak with us, please call (516) 409-9700