Nate D Sanders Auctions Current Sports Auction Ends August 9th

Ray Guy has consigned his 1977, 1981 & 1984 Oakland Raiders Super Bowl rings. Rashaan Salaam is auctioning off his 1994 Heisman Memorial Trophy ring. Plus, Nate D. Sanders is auctioning off all 3 of Dallas Cowboys’ Super Bowl trophies obtained directly from him and also John Matuszak’s Oakland Raiders Super Bowl trophy which comes from Matuszak’s sister. All items will be on display at the 32nd Annual National Sports Collectors Convention in the Chicago suburb of Rosemont, IL. If baseball is your game, then take a look at the Tom Sturdivant 1956 Yankees World Series Championship ring obtained from his wife or the huge bunch of Babe Ruth autographs with PSA/DNA. More highlights include: more Check out our current sports auction that runs now through August 9, 2011. Complete highlights include:

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Beautiful Raiders 1977, 1981 and 1984 Super Bowl XI, XV and XVIII Championship Rings — Owned by Punter Ray Guy

Three stunning Raiders championship rings owned by Raiders punter Ray Guy. The first is from the Raiders’ 1977 Super Bowl XI win over the Minnesota Vikings. The 1977 Super Bowl was the first championship for the Raiders, who defeated the Vikings 32-14. The gold ring, size 13.25, reads “Oakland Raiders World Champions” on the face and features twenty-eight sparkling diamonds, most set into a football pattern. Minor damage to one of the diamonds, otherwise fine condition. Guy, the seven time Pro Bowl punter, received the 1981 Super Bowl XV ring when the Raiders beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-10. It marked the first time a wild-card playoff team won the championship game. The gold ring, size 12.5, reads “Oakland Raiders” on the face and features thirty-five sparkling diamonds, most set into a football pattern (one of the large two center stones replaced with a CZ). Fine condition. The Super Bowl XVIII ring represents the Raiders’ 1984 record-setting 38-9 win over the Washington Redskins, 29 points being the largest margin of victory at that time. Guy made an important 27 yard punt during this Super Bowl. The gold ring, size 13, reads “Los Angeles Raiders World Champions” on the face and features twenty-three sparkling diamonds, most set into a pattern of three footballs (one of the smaller stones on the face replaced with a CZ). Fine condition. All rings are accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Ray Guy.

 

Exceedingly Rare 1956 World Series Championship Ring Owned by Yankees Pitcher Tom Sturdivant — 14K Gold With Large Diamond — With LOA From Sturdivant’s WifeScarce Tom Sturdivant 1956 Yankees World Series Championship ring, with a letter of authenticity from Mrs. Elaine Sturdivant. Ring commemorates the Yankees’ prowess on the field that year, including Sturdivant’s complete game that he pitched to defeat the Brooklyn Dodgers 6-2 in Game 4 of the 1956 World Series. Ring features an approximately 3/4 ct. diamond in the center and the Yankees emblem on each of its sides, with “1956” cut into the gold. The inside of the ring shows the legendary player’s full name “Thomas V. Sturdivant” in the band. Near fine condition.
Official National League Baseball signed by 8 Hall of Famers: “Babe Ruth”, “Ty Cobb”, “Honus Wagner”, “Tris Speaker.”, “Jimmie Foxx”, “Connie Mack”, “Walter Johnson” and “Eddie Collins”. All eight signatures are clearly legible and PSA/DNA authenticated. Also includes an LOA from the Baseball Hall of Fame regarding a possible donation of the ball in the 1980’s. A stunning signed ball in very good condition.
Vince Lombardi Super Bowl XXX Trophy — Exceedingly Rare Trophy Was Made for Players of Only a Few Super Bowl Winning Teams — Given to Cowboys Linebacker Godfrey MylesStunning, impressive Vince Lombardi Super Bowl trophy from Super Bowl XXX, won by the Dallas Cowboys in 1996 and given to Coyboys linebacker Godfrey Myles. An almost exact replica of the Vince Lombardi trophy manufactured by Tiffany’s and presented to the winning Super Bowl team, this silver-plated trophy was ordered by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for his players. Since only a few owners have purchased these trophies, beginning with Al Davis of the Oakland Raiders in 1977, they remain notoriously scarce and desirable, with only a handful coming to auction in the past 30 years. Trophy measures approximately 15.5″ high and 7″ deep and weighs 6.0 lbs. Upon the front is engraved, “Vince Lombardi Trophy / Super Bowl / XXX / Champions / The Dallas Cowboys” and, along the side column, “Godfrey Myles / 98”. Good condition with minor chipping. A stunning display of athletic achievement, from the team that sets the record for most Super Bowl appearances. With Certificate of Authenticity from Godfrey Myles.
Babe Ruth Single Signed Baseball — Signed on the Sweet Spot — With a JSA COAClassic Babe Ruth single-signed official American League baseball. This vintage red-stitched baseball has an extraordinary high-grade Ruth signature that sits upon the sweet spot. Ruth has boldly signed the ball in blue ink, “Babe Ruth” with the signature grading “9.” With an official American League “Reach” stamping on the panel below the ball label, the design of which was used on official balls between the years 1934 and 1945. Minor rubbing, else near fine condition. With COA from James Spence/JSA.
John Matuszak’s Vince Lombardi Super Bowl XI Trophy — Exceedingly Rare Trophy Made for Players of Only a Few Super Bowl Winning TeamsVince Lombardi Super Bowl XI trophy given to defensive lineman John Matuszak of the Oakland Raiders, for their first Super Bowl win in 1977 against the Minnesota Vikings. Silver-plated trophy was ordered by Raiders owner Al Davis for each of his players, the first time Vince Lombardi replica trophies had been given to individual team members. A small handful of owners have since followed Davis’ example, making these player trophies exceedingly rare, even more so one owned by standout player John Matuszak. This trophy made by R.S. Owens & Co. is the three-quartered size version of the Tiffany made Vince Lombardi trophy (the larger of the two), and measures 18″ tall, situated on a triangular base measuring about 9″ on each side. Engraved upon the column reads, “Vince Lombardi Trophy / [NFL logo] / Super Bowl XI / AFC vs NFC”. Upon the base is an engraved silver plate which reads, “The Oakland Raiders / World Champions / John Matuszak / Oakland 32 – Minnesota 14 / January 9, 1977”. In very good condition with only some cleaning needed to the silver plating. Trophy accompanied by certificate of authenticity by Matuszak’s sister. An impressive tribute to John Matuszak and the Oakland Raiders.
Stunning 1994 Heisman Memorial Trophy Ring Won by All-American Running Back Rashaan Iman SalaamRashaan Iman Salaam 1994 Heisman Memorial Trophy ring. The All-American running back won the Heisman at the University of Colorado at Boulder, for rushing 2,055 yards over the course of the season. Salaam was only the fourth major college football player to rush over 2,000 yards in a season. Salaam went on to play pro for the Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns and Green Bay Packers. Gold with over 20 diamonds, the Heisman Ring is a stunning piece of sports history. Ring, size 11.5, is missing a small diamond to upper left corner of ring face, otherwise fine condition. With Rashan Salaam/Nate D. Sanders Certificate of Authenticity.
    

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