It is an honor for SCP Auctions to present The Delbert Mickel Estate Collection at public auction. Part 3 of this three-tiered endeavor highlights our April 8th-April 25th Spring Premier Auction. The Delbert Mickel Estate Collection (Part 3) Highlights Include:
- 1963 Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals Complete Game Used Home Jersey and Matching Pant
- 1967 Steve Carlton St. Louis Cardinals Game Worn and Signed Road Jersey w/ Undershirt (MEARS A9)
- 1969 Brooks Robinson Autographed Baltimore Orioles Game Worn Road Jersey
- 1970 Al Kaline Detroit Tigers Game Worn Home Jersey
- 1973 Hank Aaron Atlanta Braves Game Worn Home Jersey and (1974) Pants
- 1958 Robin Roberts Philadelphia Phillies Game Worn Road Jersey
- 1963 Curt Flood St. Louis Cardinals Game Worn Home Jersey
- 1944-45 Ray Hayworth Brooklyn Dodgers Rare White Satin Style Game Worn Home Jersey w/ (Howie Schultz) Pants
- 1923-24 St. Louis Cardinals Complete Game Worn Home Jersey And Pants – Rare Early Style!
Other Collection Highlights Include:
- 1969 Mike Ferraro Seattle Pilots Game Worn Home Jersey
- 1974 Lou Brock St. Louis Cardinals Game Worn Home Jersey
- 1967 Jim Kaat Autographed Minnesota Twins Game Worn Road Jersey
- 1967 Tony Oliva Autographed Minnesota Twins Game Worn Road Jersey
- 1960 Joe Adcock Milwaukee Braves Game Worn Home Jersey
- 2001 Cal Ripken Baltimore Orioles (Final Season) Game Worn Road Jersey
- 1948 Ed Hearn St. Louis Cardinals Game Worn Home Jersey
- 1952 Lou Brissie Cleveland Indians Game Worn Road Jersey
- 1954 Steve Bilko St. Louis Cardinals Game Worn Road Jersey – One Year Style!
- 1958 Ken Boyer St. Louis Cardinals Game Worn Road Jersey
Bidding Opens April 8th
The late A. Delbert Mickel was above all else an extraordinary family man, a friend and a generous and faithful spirit. He was also the curator of one of the finest personal collections of game worn baseball jerseys in the world. Driven by his unbridled love for the game, Delbert’s interest in acquiring the finest quality baseball jerseys from some of the game’s greatest legends, preceded the evolution of the modern, large-scale memorabilia market by decades.
Delbert’s diligence, resourcefulness, and engaging personality enabled to him to amass a museum-caliber collection beginning long before the internet-age simplified such pursuits. Just as he did in all facets of his personal and professional life, Delbert made a profound and lasting impression on everyone who knew him throughout the baseball memorabilia collecting community. Delbert’s reputation for knowledge, experience and integrity made him one of the most admired collectors of all-time. His standards for quality and authenticity created an invaluable and lasting pedigree that endures with every jersey that ever qualified for inclusion in his esteemed collection.