Mastro Auctions’ June Sale Tops $1.7 Million

Classic Collector Sale of Sports and Americana Just A Warm-Up For More Hot Auction Action. Think of it as a great prelude for amazing things to come for collectors this summer. That is the best way to sum up the recent Mastro Auctions Classic Collector sale. According to Doug Allen, president and COO of Mastro Auctions, the first auction event of the 2008 summer, while a great success, was just the beginning of an incredible line up of events during the next couple of months.

`Next up is our Live Sports Auction in Chicago,` says Allen. The Live Sports Auction, which will feature over 90 items, including many never before sold publicly and the Griffey, Jr. 600th home run ball, will be held on August 1 at the ESPN Zone in the Windy City. `That is going to be an incredible event,` says Allen. `We expect the average per lot price to hit $50,000, more than five times the average lot sold at a typical premier industry auction event.` Then, on the heels of the Live Sports Auction, Mastro Auctions will serve up another Premier Sports and Americana Auction and Live Connoisseur event at the end of August. `It’s just one amazing sale after another,` says Allen. `Collectors will barely have an opportunity to catch their breath this summer.`

Allen admits the June Classic Collector auction was not without its challenges. `We want to thank our consignors and bidders for their patience and understanding regarding the downtime our website experienced as a result of circumstances beyond our control,` says Allen. The Mastro Auctions website was affected by an internet connection provider’s equipment failure caused by bad weather. `We extended the auction’s closing a couple of days to compensate for the time lost due to interruption,` said Allen. `We appreciate the feedback we received that reinforced this was the right thing to do.`

The June Mastro Auctions Classic Collector event, conducted entirely over the internet, included over 1,500 lots of Sports and Americana collectibles. Bidding concluded on July 2. Highlights include:

TOP LOTS –SPORTS

* A 1952 through 1963 Topps, Bowman and Fleer collection (9,000+) including 37 Mickey Mantle cards sold for $22,800. Â

* A 1968 Topps Test 3-D PSA-graded partial set (9/12) including Clemente sold for $13,200.

* A 1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets #108 Fred Merkle – PSA EX-MT 6 “1 of 1!” went for $12,000.

* A Babe Ruth signed ball realized a final price of $9,600.

* A 1910 D322 Tip Top Bread Pittsburgh Pirates – SGC-graded partial set (13/25) went for $9,600.

* A 1948-1969 Topps, Bowman, Fleer, Leaf and miscellaneous brands collection (8,000+) sold for $9,600.

* A 1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets #9 Ty Cobb – SGC 50 VG/EX 4 went for $8,400.

* A 1953 Bowman Color #33 “Pee Wee” Reese – PSA MINT 9 sold for $8,400.Â

* A 1961 through 1967 Topps near sets run (7 different) commanded $7,800.

* A Joe DiMaggio 1935 Pebble Beach Clothiers signed postcard sold for $6,600.

TOP LOTS –AMERICANA

* A Thomas Jefferson and James Madison 1801-signed land grant sold for $7,200.

* A 1980s-1990s Music Awards collection (123 items) including Gold and Platinum Awards went for $7,200.

* An Abraham Lincoln February 20, 1864 handwritten “Let the Request Herein Be Granted” cut passage with signature commanded $5,400.

* A rare and uncataloged circa 1910 Weber Baking “History In Colors” near set (39/40) sold for $5,100.

* An 1954 Topps “Scoop” complete set (156) went for $3,600.

* A scarce 1916 Charles Evans Hughes “For President” 1-3/4″ pinback went for $3,300.

BASEBALL CARDS

Graded Single Cards, Partial Sets and Sets
A 1952 Topps #388 Bob Chipman – PSA NM-MT 8 went for $5,400; a 1958 Hires Root Beer “With Tabs” PSA-graded collection (25 different) sold for $5,100; a 1916 D329 Weil Baking Co. #39 Ty Cobb – PSA VG-EX 4 “1 of 1!” sold for $4,800; a 1900s Napoleon Lajoie “M.A. Seed Dry Plate Company” advertising trade card – SGC Authentic went for $4,500; a 1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets #42 Cy Young – SGC 50 VG/EX 4 sold for $4,200; a 1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets #9 Ty Cobb – PSA VG 3 sold for $3,900; a 1910 E90-2 American Caramel Pittsburgh Pirates SGC-graded near set (10/11) went for $3,900; a 1951 Bowman #253 Mickey Mantle rookie card – SGC 60 EX 5 commanded $3,600; a 1911 E94 George Close “Hans Wagner” – SGC 20 FR 1.5 went for $3,300; a T3 Turkey Red Cabinets #36 Tris Speaker – PSA VG-EX+ 4.5 sold for $3,300; a 1915 Cracker Jack PSA NM 7 collection (8 different) went for $3,300; a 1951 Mickey Mantle Rookie-Year Wheaties Premium photos pair (2) – both PSA EX 5 went for $3,000; a 1952 Topps #72 Karl Olson – PSA NM-MT 8 sold for $3,000; a 1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets #36 Tris Speaker – PSA VG-EX 4 sold for $3,000; a 1952 Topps #336 Dave Koslo – PSA NM-MT 8 went for $3,000; a 1909-11 T206 White Border graded collection (19 different) including Five Hall of Famers commanded $3,000; a 1958 Topps #23 Bill Tuttle, yellow name variation – PSA NM-MT 8 sold for $3,000.

In addition, a 1968 Topps Test 3-D PSA NM-MT 8 to PSA MINT 9 trio (3 different) sold for $2,880; a 1952 Topps #62 Chuck Stobbs – PSA NM-MT 8 went for $2,760; a 1954 Red Heart Ted Kluszewski – PSA MINT 9 sold for $2,640; a 1968 Topps Test 3-D Willie Davis – PSA GEM MT 10 went for $2,640; a 1957 Topps #286 Bobby Richardson rookie card – PSA MINT 9 realized a final price of $2,520; a 1909-11 T206 White Border Russ Ford with rare red “Hindu” reverse – PSA VG-EX 4 sold for $2,520; a 1968 Topps Test 3-D PSA NM-MT 8 trio (3 different) went for $2,520; a 1952 Topps #190 Don Johnson – PSA NM-MT 8 sold for $2,400; a 1952 Topps #341 Hal Jeffcoat – PSA NM-MT 8 went for $2,400; a 1994 Score #HC1 Alex Rodriguez “Highest Call-Up” – SGC 98 GEM 10 commanded $2,280; a 1948 Leaf “SP’s” SGC-graded collection (14 different) sold for $2,280; a 1908-09 PC760 Rose Co. postcards Napoleon Lajoie – SGC Authentic sold for $2,280; a 1952 Topps #187 Bob Miller – PSA NM-MT 8 sold for $2,160; a 1907-09 PC805 Novelty Cutlery Postcard Three Finger Brown – PSA VG 3 went for $2,040; a 1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets #99 Walter Johnson (Turkey Red Back) – PSA VG 3 (MK) sold for $2,040; a 1908 E102 “Set of 25” Honus Wagner, Throwing – SGC 10 PR 1 sold for $2,040; and a 1958 Bell Brand Los Angeles Dodgers PSA-graded collection (8 different) sent for $2,040.

Ungraded or Partially Graded Single Cards, Partial Sets and Sets
A 1911 T201 Mecca Double Folders complete set (50) sold for $5,100; a 1909-11 T206 White Border collection (184) including HOFers went for $5,100; a 1910s-1930s vintage “Type” cards collection (59) commanded $4,800; a 1949-1953 Topps, Bowman and Berk Ross collection (900+) went for $4,500; a 1948/49 Leaf partial set (55/98) including HOFers, rare short prints and variations sold for $4,200; a 1933 R319 Goudey partial set (163/239) including Ruth and Gehrig realized a final price of $4,200; a 1962 Topps complete set (598) sold for $4,500; a 1962 Topps complete set (598) went for $4,200; a 1870s Baseball-Themed CDV photos pair (2 different) sold for $3,900; a 1909 E101 “Set of 50” partial set (22/50) realized a final price of $3,900; a 1912 T202 Hassan Triple Folders collection (119) sold for $3,900; a 1911 T212 Obak Cigarettes partial set (152/175) went for $3,900; an extremely scarce 1935-37 George Burke “Postage Stamp Photos” sheets collection (47 different) sold for $3,600; a 1957 Topps complete set (407) including 35 signed cards realized a final price of $3,600; a 19th century “Type” cards collection (20 different) sold for $3,600; a 1964 Topps Stand-Up complete set (77) with original five-cent wax box sold for $3,600; a 1956 Topps complete set (340) including five variations plus two checklists went for $3,600; a 1957 Topps complete set (407) plus checklists (2) and contest card sold for $3,300; a 1909-11 T206 White Border collection (97) with more than 70 “Sovereign” backs commanded $3,300; a 1921 Exhibit complete set (64) sold for $3,000; a 1951 Bowman partial set (287/324) including Mays rookie went for $3,000; 1957 through 1960 Topps partial sets (4) sold for $3,000; a 1956 Topps complete set (340) plus checklists (2) sold for $3,000; a 1967 Topps complete set (609) commanded $3,000; and a 1968 Topps high grade complete set (598) sold for $3,000.

Unopened Wax and Vending
A 1975 Topps Baseball GAI-graded unopened rack packs collection (5) – including Yount and Brett (2) rookie cards showing went for $2,400; a 1975 Topps Baseball mini unopened wax box (36 packs) – GAI NM-MT 8 sold for $1,920; a 1947-66 Exhibit Baseball arcade cards unopened cello packs collection (5) realized a final price of $1,680; and a 1981-1989 Topps, Fleer and Upper Deck unopened cases collection (6) went for $1,200.

BASEBALL AUTOGRAPHS
A Ty Cobb signed personal checks collection (5) – all graded PSA/DNA MINT 9 sold for $5,700; an exceptional 1980-1991 Perez-Steele Hall of Fame “Art Postcards” signed collection (98 different) including DiMaggio and Mantle went for $5,700; a Barney Dreyfuss 1923 signed bank check sold for $5,400; a Mickey Mantle signed keepsakes collection (3 items) including signed bat, ball and PSA/DNA graded “Induction Day” print went for $3,300; a 1980-2001 Perez-Steele Hall of Fame “Art Postcards” collection (195 signed) commanded $3,300; a Babe Ruth signed pencil cut and “Babe Ruth Day” photo display sold for $2,520; a 1914 All-Americans and All Nationals signed leather pouch (27 signatures) including G.C. Alexander, Max Carey and Ray Chapman went for $2,400; a 1950s-2000s signed envelopes, cachets and First Day Covers collection (1,450+) including Bill Buckner, Don Larsen and Ron Santo went for $2,400; and a Negro League Greats signed commemorative jersey (201 signatures) including Monte Irvin and Willie Mays sold for $2,400.

BASEBALL BATS
An Alex Rodriguez 2000-2002 Louisville Slugger game used bat went for $1,680; a Luis Aparicio 1973 H&B game used bat sold for $1,200; a Carlton Fisk 1977-1979 H&B signed game used bat went for $1,020; a Reggie Jackson 1977-1979 Adirondack game used bat realized a final price of $960; a Carl Yastrzemski 1978-1979 Louisville Slugger game used bat sold for $960; and a Johnny Bench 1977-1979 Louisville Slugger game used bat went for $960.

SINGLE AND TEAM SIGNED BASEBALLS
An Eddie Mathews single signed balls collection (81) sold for $5,400; a Hall of Famers single signed balls collection (48) including Mantle and Mays went for $3,300; a Hall of Famers and Superstars single signed balls collection (65) including Mantle and Williams sold for $3,300; a Ted Williams single signed balls collection (12) went for $3,000; a Hall of Famers and Superstars single signed balls collection (63) including Mantle, Mays and Williams realized a final price of $2,760; a Satchel Paige single signed ball went for $2,640; a Barack Obama single signed ball – PSA/DNA MINT+ 9.5 went for $2,520; a Paul Waner single signed ball – PSA/DNA EX 5 sold for $2,400; a Hall of Famers single signed balls collection (31 different) – all graded PSA/DNA MINT 9 sold for $2,400; a Hall of Famers single signed balls collection (44) including Ford, Mantle and Mays went for $2,280; a Tris Speaker single signed ball sold for $2,280; a 1930 Chicago Cubs team signed ball (26 signatures) including Cuyler, Hornsby and Hack Wilson sold for $2,280; a 1924 New York Yankees signed ball (6 signatures) – including Babe Ruth went for $2,160; a 1930s-1940s team signed balls collection (5) including 1934 Cubs realized a final price of $1,320; a 1976 Cincinnati Reds World Champions team signed ball (30 signatures) went for $1,320; and a 1959 Chicago White Sox A.L. Champions team signed ball (31 signatures) including Fox and Kluszewski went for $1,200.

BASEBALL UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT
A Cookie Rojas 1966 Philadelphia Phillies game worn road jersey sold for $1,440; a Cecil Cooper 1984 Milwaukee Brewers signed game worn home jersey went for $1,440; a Sammy Sosa 1998 Chicago Cubs game worn road jersey sold for $960; a Frank Thomas 1999 Chicago White Sox game worn home jersey sent for $960; and a Tim Raines 1984 Montreal Expos game worn home jersey realized a final price of $900.

BASEBALL PHOTOGRAPHS
A Joe Jackson 1910s Louis Van Oeyen news service photograph sold for $2,640; three Rogers Hornsby 1920s Charles Conlon original photographs went for $1,680; a 1950s News Service photographs collection (389) including DiMaggio, Durocher and Mantle went for $1,680; a Johnny Evers 1913 Charles Conlon original photograph – featuring Conlon notation on back sold for $1,560; a Joe DiMaggio 1933 San Francisco Seals News Service photograph went for $1,440; a Mickey Mantle 1951 News Service photograph – one of the earliest images of Mantle as a Yankee sold for $1,140; and two oversized Toledo Mud Hens 1924 and 1925 original team photographs sold for $1,140.

FOOTBALL FANTASIES
A 1972 NFLPA vinyl stickers massive warehouse “Find” (2,500+) went for $4,800; a John Huarte 1972 Chicago Bears game worn road jersey sold for $4,500; a Donovan McNabb signed keepsakes collection (250 items) including photos and mini helmets – all PSA/DNA-authenticated sold for $4,500; a 1962 Post Cereal complete set (200) including many with full borders sold for $3,900; a 1981 Topps #216 Joe Montana rookie cards SGC-graded high grade collection (40) sold for $3,600; a Pro Football Hall of Fame multi signed induction ceremony programs collection (3 items) featuring 58 signatures including Grange, Halas, Lambeau and Nagurski went for $3,600; a 1986 Topps #161 Jerry Rice rookie cards SGC 88 NM/MT 8 hoard (100) went for $3,000; a historic NFL Legends signed 2003 Pro Football Hall of Fame 40th Anniversary limited edition print (109 signatures) including Namath and Walsh – serial-numbered “55” in a limited edition of 120 pieces went for $2,760; a 1951 Bowman #62 Louis Creekmur – PSA MINT 9 “1 of 2!” realized a final price of $2,640; a 1951 Bowman complete set (144) sold for $2,160; a 1967-1995 Super Bowl I-XXIX programs complete run (29 issues) sold for $2,160; a Walter Payton Chicago Bears signed replica helmet went for $1,920; a 1948-1990s unsearched cards collection (almost 15,000) including Stars and Superstars realized a final price of $1,800; a 1992-2005 Super Bowl full unused tickets collection (12) – all PSA-graded sold for $1,800; a 1951 Bowman #4 Norman Van Brocklin – PSA NM-MT+ 8.5 sold for $1,800; a 1957 Topps complete set (154) plus scarce checklist Card sold for $1,800; a 1986 Topps #161 Jerry Rice rookie cards hoard (90) went for $1,680; a 2000-2007 Super Bowl XXXIV-XLI full tickets collection (8 different) – all PSA NM-MT 8 sold for $1,680; a 1920s-1930s college football marching band tuba covers (2 items) sold for $1,560; and a Hines Ward 1998 Senior Bowl signed game worn uniform (2 items) sold for $1,370.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PROGRAMS
A 1902 Univ. of Michigan vs. Albion college football program sold for $4,200; a 1903 Univ. of Michigan vs. Univ. of Wisconsin football program went for $3,300; a 1916 Univ. of Michigan vs. Marietta College football program sent for $2,640; a 1917 Univ. of Michigan vs. Univ. of Nebraska football program went for $2,520; a 1916 Univ. of Michigan vs. Michigan State football program realized a final price of $2,160; a 1911 Univ. of Michigan vs. Vanderbilt University football program went for $2,160; and a 1909 Univ. of Pennsylvania vs. Univ. of Michigan football program sold for $2,040.

HOOP DREAMS
A 1972/73 to 1981/82 Topps sets hoard (68) – more than 9,250 cards sold for $2,520; a 1986/87 Fleer high grade complete set (132) plus stickers (11) – including six PSA GEM MT 10 examples sold for $2,160; a 1971/72 through 1978/79 Topps high grade complete sets collection (8 different) went for $1,920; a 1986/87 Fleer Michael Jordan stickers collection (11) sold for $1,560; a Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain signed “In Action” photographs collection (5) sold for $1,560; a Michael Jordan signed keepsakes collection (5 items) – including single signed baseballs (4) and game used bat acquired by former Coach Rick Renick went for $1,560; and an extensive Emeka Okafor signed Charlotte Bobcats game worn uniforms, warm-ups and sneakers collection (20 items) – all PSA/DNA-authenticated realized a final price of $1,560.

BOXING BEAUTIES
A 1914 Carreras Ltd. “The Science of Boxing” complete set (50) – #1 on the PSA Set Registry sold for $3,300; a rare 1910 T223 Dixie Queen SGC 60 EX 5 trio (3 different) – all “1 of 1’s!” went for $2,280; a 1935-1959 baseball, boxing, wrestling and other sports PSA-graded collection (253) sold for $2,160; a Muhammad Ali signed memorabilia collection (4 items) Including signed boxing glove, speed bag and photos sold for $2,040; a 1920-1991 Joe Louis and Jack Dempsey PSA-graded collection (35) realized a final price of $1,920; a 1920-1998 Jack Dempsey PSA-graded collection (36) went for $1,680; and a 1951 Topps Ringside PSA-graded collection (64) sold for $1,680.

GOLF GREATS
A 1996 “S.I. for Kids” #536 Tiger Woods – PSA GEM MT 10 realized a final price of $4,800; a 1992/93 Pro Set PGA Tour signed complete set (299) including Palmer, Nicklaus and Stewart went for $1,140; a 1992 Mueller Ent. “Golf’s Greatest” limited edition complete set (30) – featuring 21 signed cards including Palmer, Stewart, Ford and Hope sold for $1,080; a Ben Hogan signed personal checks collection (10) sold for $960; and a Tiger Woods 1996 signed “Golf Journal” magazine went for $900.

HOCKEY HIGHLIGHTS
A 1933 V288 Hamilton Gum PSA-graded complete set (21) sold for $3,600; a 1933 V252 Canadian Chewing Gum PSA-graded partial set (34/50) went for $2,640; a huge collection of mostly 1980s and 1990s signed cards (1,750+) including Bossy, Bourque and Gretzky realized a final price of $2,040; a 1961/62 to 1964/65 Topps collection (180) including complete and partial sets (3) sold for $1,800; a 1980 “Miracle on Ice” team signed photograph (21 signatures) including Coach Herb Brooks and Mike Eruzione commanded $1,680; a 1967/68 Topps near set (131/132) went for $1,560; a 1976/77, 1985/86 and 1987/88 Topps unopened wax boxes collection (4) went for $1,440; a 1963/64 Topps complete set (66) went for $1,320; a 1960/61 to 1963/64 Parkhurst collection (105) including 1963/64 #55 Gordie Howe in PSA NM-MT 8 commanded $1,200; and a 1950s-1990s unsearched cards collection (7,500+) sold for $1,200.

PRESIDENTIAL AND POLITICAL PERFECTION
A John Adams free frank signature sold for $2,760; a circa 1850 Abraham Lincoln fully handwritten signed partial legal document went for $1,920; a John F. Kennedy 1953 signed letter on U.S. Senate stationery sold for $1,800; an Ulysses S. Grant 1875 signed ships papers went for $1,440; a 1896 McKinley/Hobart “Home Defenders” campaign poster commanded $1,140; a Theodore Roosevelt 1908 signed White House letter regarding William Howard Taft realized a final price of $1,080; and a jumbo 1912 Wilson/Marshall jugate campaign pin sold for $1,020.

NON-SPORTS CARDS
A 1933 R152 The Sweets Company “Tootsie Circus” near set (23/25) sold for $2,640; a 1966 Topps Canada “Batman – ‘B’ Series” high grade complete set (44) commanded $2,280; a 1966 Topps “Superman” high grade complete set (66) went for $2,040; a 1938 R69 Gum, Inc. “Horrors of War” #5 “Chinese Pursuers Shoot Down …” – PSA NM-MT 8 “1 of 2!” sold for $1,920; a 1934 R142 Goudey “Soldier Boys” complete set (24) went for $1,680; a 1938 R69 Gum, Inc. “Horrors of War” #19 “Murder at a Monarchist’s Funeral” – PSA NM-MT 8 “1 of 3!” went for $1,560; a 1938 R69 Gum, Inc. “Horrors of War” #33 “Japanese Slain in Ambush Near Peiping” – PSA NM-MT 8 sold for $1,560; a 1938 R69, Gum Inc. “Horrors of War” #223 “Chinese Bombers Drop Leaflets on Japan” – PSA NM-MT 8 sold for $1,560; a 1938 R69 Gum, Inc. “Horrors of War” #163 “Loyalist President Leaves Barcelona” – PSA NM-MT 8 “1 of 1! commanded $1,560; a 1942 R164 Gum Inc. “War Gum” complete set (132) went for $1,560; and a 1966 Topps “Lost in Space” PSA-graded collection (37) realized a final price of $1,560.

HISTORICAL ITEMS/AUTOGRAPHS
A LeRoy Neiman signed lithographs collection (10 different) went for $2,160; the most desirable stock certificate – 1888 “Standard Oil Trust” signed by John D. Rockefeller and Henry Flagler went for $1,440; a Gouverneur Morris 1789 signed letter display sold for $1,140; a Thurgood Marshall signed U.S. Supreme Court engraving in framed display sold for $1,140; and a Winston Churchill and Clementine Churchill signed display (2 items) went for $1,020.

COINS
An United States type and silver coin accumulation (973 coins) sold for $2,160; a collection of 1954-2000 United States prestige and proof sets (71 items) including Ikes, Commemoratives and a Proof Silver Eagle sold for $1,200; a 1908 “With Motto” U.S. $20 Gold St. Gaudens – X. Fine sold for $1,200; a 1926 $20 Saint Gaudens – MS-63 (PCGS) commanded $1,200; a 20th Century “Dimes to Dollars” partial sets collection (6) featuring 334 coins in total – including “Key” dates sold for $1,020; and a 1977 Franklin Mint sterling silver State Flowers and Birds boxed set (50 pieces) sold for $1,020.

HOLLYWOOD AND ENTERTAINMENT
Bette Davis’ personal family photo album – filled with her handwritten inscriptions sold for $2,040; a Bela Lugosi circa 1931 signed photograph – an intense image went for $1,020; and an Alfred Hitchcock signed personal card and hand drawn caricature went for $780.

TOYS
A 1945 unique art “Li’l Abner and the Dogpatch Band” tin litho wind-up toy – high grade boxed example with instruction sheet sold for $1,320; a 1950s Unique “Piggly Wiggly” tin litho friction motor toy from Japan went for $660; a 1954 Smith-Miller Coca-Cola pressed steel truck with cases of bottles sold for $600; and a an 1882 J & S Stevens Co. “Jolly Nigger” cast iron mechanical bank sold for $570.

DISNEY
A 1955 Disneyland Opening Day silver press pass sold for $2,520; a Walt Disney 1954 signed bank check – PSA/DNA NM-MT 8 went for $1,200; a 1967 Disneyland “Peoplemover” attraction poster went for $1,080; and a 1957 Barratt “Walt Disney Characters” 2nd Series complete set (50) – #2 on the PSA Set Registry realized a final price of $960.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
To consign with Mastro Auctions and for information on the next Classic Collector auction, which will be held in October 2008, go to www.mastroauctions.com or call 630-472-1200.

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