MEARS Auctions at Booth #248 in Baltimore, MD at the National Sports Convention

MEARS Auctions president Troy R. Kinunen wants to invite all collectors to stop by and see our booth, #248. We would love for you to drop off consignments for the August 2012 Block Buster Auction and to see the memorabilia packed display we have created.  Cash advances available along with free appraisals. Our next auction is scheduled for August, and keeping with tradition, consignors are paid in 30 days or less.  Items featured include:

1938-39 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees, H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model, Game Used Bat (MEARS A7)

1911-16 Eddie Collins Chicago White Sox, H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model, Side Written “Edw. T Collins, Chicago White Sox”, Game Used Bat (MEARS A8.5)

1914-18 Babe Ruth Boston Red Sox, Spalding Professional Model, Game Used Bat (MEARS 9 / PSA DNA U9)

1926 Dave Bancroft Boston Braves, H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model, Game Used Bat (MEARS A10) -Side Written “37 oz, Dave Bancroft, 8/7/26”

1939-42 Ted Williams Boston Red Sox Rookie Era, H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model, Painted 9 on knob, Game Used Bat (MEARS A9.5)

1917-21 Black Betsy H&B Louisville Slugger, Professional Model Game Used Bat – Attributed to Joe Jackson, Final Grade: MEARS A10

1917-19 Ty Cobb Detroit Tigers, H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model, Game Used Bat (MEARS A9.5)

1911-16 Harry Hooper Boston Red Sox, EX Louisville Slugger Archives , H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model, Vault Marked H41 on both ends, Game Used Bat (MEARS A10)

1961-63 Willie Mays San Francisco Giants, Adirondack Professional Model, Game Used Bat (MEARS A8)

1967 All Star Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates, Adirondack Professional Model Game Used Bat, (MEARS A8) -“Longest All Star Game in History”

1989-90 Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls Game Worn Jersey (MEARS LOA), Autographed (PSA/DNA letter)

1921-26 Ty Cobb Detroit Tigers, Cobb batted .401 in 1922, H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model, Game Used Bat (MEARS A7.5)

1972-81 Muhammad Ali Everlast Deer Lake Training Trunks, Worn in training during the era of Foreman, Norton, Spinks, etc. , LOA MEARS

1933-35 Babe Ruth New York Yankees H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model  Game Used Bat (MEARS LOA)

1976 Hank Aaron Milwaukee Brewers Rare Bicentennial Model – one year style, Final season, vintage autograph, H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model Game Used Bat (MEARS A9)

1962-64 Mickey Mantle New York Yankees Game Worn Jacket – Attributed to 1964 World Series, MEARS LOA

1925-29 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model Game Used Bat (MEARS A8)

1965 Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves Last Season in Milwaukee Game Worn Jersey (MEARS A10)

1927 Babe Ruth New York Yankees H&B Louisville Slugger Professional Model “side written 1927, carved A on knob” Game Used Bat (MEARS A9)

From the uniform exemplar library collection Of Dave Grob / MEARS Museum to be displayed

1945 Art Herring Brooklyn Dodgers Rare Satin Style Game Worn Jersey

1948 Al Dark Boston Braves Rare Satin Style Game Worn Jersey

1945 Jack Kramer St. Louis Browns Game Worn Jersey

1969 John Morris Seattle Pilots Game Worn Jersey

1939 New York Giants Home Game Worn Jersey

1937 New York Yankees Home Game Worn Jersey #21

1972 Steve Hamilton Chicago Cubs Road Game Worn

1973 Richie Hebner Pittsburgh Pirates Home Game Worn Jersey w/ Clemente Patch

1975 Wayne Grangers Houston Astros Game Worn Jersey

1976 Matt Alexander Oakland A’s Game Worn Jersey w/ rare Bicentennial Patch

1973 San Diego Padres Game Worn Road Jersey

1979 Billy Gardner San Francisco GiantsGame Worn Orange Jersey

1970s circa Oakland Athletics Game Worn Jacket

Vintage Boston Red Sox Wool Game Worn Jacket

Cincinnati Reds Game Worn Jacket w/  “Mr. Red” patch

Cleveland Indians Game Worn Jacket

1953-60 circa Milwaukee Braves Game Worn Jacket

1940s Detroit Tigers Game Worn Jacket

I will be on hand throughout the event and for now, it looks like Dave Grob will be on hand from Friday until Sunday.  Coordinating appointments ahead of time worked very well last year as it allowed us to prepare in advance to accept your items and arrange for the purchase or insurance of your valuable artifacts being entrusted to MEARS.

If there is something in particular you would like to discuss or arrange for, please feel free to contact me directly at Troy@mearsonline.com or by phone at (414) 828-9990.  Dave Grob can be reached at DaveGrob1@aol.com.