Steiner Auctions Fall Auction Concludes With Items Sold From Icons Ali, Clemente, Gehrig, Jordan And More

The Steiner Auctions 2018 Fall Auction featuring more than 800 lots of sports, entertainment and unique memorabilia concluded on November 10. Steiner Auctions is now accepting consignments for its Winter Auction that starts on December 24. The consignment deadline is December 1, in order to get items listed in the official catalogue. For more information, please visit www.steinerauctions.com.

Fall Auction highlights included:

  • 1930 Lou Gehrig Signed “Henry Louis” NY Yankees Baseball Club of New York Payroll Check – Final Price $30, 202.00
  • 2015 Ford Mustang New York Yankees Limited Edition Factory Home “Pinstripe” Convertible – Final Price $26, 262.00
  • 1972 Muhammad Ali Signed Fight-Worn Trunks vs. George Chuvalo – Final Price $21,156.00
  • 1928 Philadelphia Athletics Team-Signed Baseball w/ Cobb, Speaker, Mack, Collins, Foxx, Simmons, etc – Final Price $13,642.00
  • 1995-96 Michael Jordan Game-Worn Jordan XI Concords Sneakers – Final Price $13,372.00
  • 1996 New York Yankees World Series Championship Trophy – Final Price $12,250.00
  • Roberto Clemente Single-Signed Eastern Airlines Baseball – Final Price $9,093.00
  • 1956 Brooklyn Dodgers Team-Signed ONL Baseball w/ Robinson, Campanella, Koufax, etc – Final Price $7,349.00
  • 1990’s Original NBA Jam Advertising Hand-Cast Resin Prop-Basketball – Final Price $5,737.00
  • New York Yankees Vintage Street Light “Yankee Stadium to Bleachers” Fully Functional w/ Batter in the Center – Final Price $5,737.00
  • Lot of 17 Bon Jovi and David Bryan Original Recordings Unreleased Cassettes and Rough Mixes from the Studio – Final Price $5,215.00
  • Unopened 1910 Old Mill Cigarette Pack – Potential T210 Shoeless Joe Jackson Rookie Baseball Card – Final Price $4,665.00
  • 1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig #160 Card – PSA Graded VG3 – Final Price $3,063.00

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Steiner Auctions provides rare & valuable collectibles ranging from Sports & Entertainment, to Military, Presidential, Coins and more since 2008 as part of the Steiner Sports brand that was originally founded in 1987. Steiner Auctions is geared to the very serious collector and offers a High-end selection of Memorabilia ranging from $100 to $100,000 per item. With the recent sales of Yogi Berra’s, Don Larsen, Martin Brodeur, Mike Keenan, Cookie Lavagetto and many others personal collections, Steiner’s Auction platform has been growing at a rapid pace in since inception. Offering Auctions every week and Four Catalog auctions a year, there is always an auction live online at www.SteinerAuctions.com – Interested in selling your collection at Steiner Auctions, contact auction@steinersports.com.