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Mel Ott game-used memorabilia hitting market via SCP Auctions

September 19, 2017

Game-used memorabilia from one of baseball’s greatest sluggers is hitting the auction block next month. SCP Auctions will be handling the sale of several items from Mel Ott, a Hall of Famer who hit 511 home runs and led the National League in long balls six times during a 22-year career — all with the New York Giants.     Read More »


 
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Shoes Michael Jordan wore in 1984 Olympics fetch record price

June 12, 2017

A pair of game-worn Michael Jordan sneakers sold at auction for $190,373 yesterday, setting a record for game-used shoes. The Converse shoes were said to be used by the NBA legend in the gold medal game against Spain in the 1984 Olympics, according to ESPN....    Read More »

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T206 Wagner, Jordan’s Gold Medal Shoes Set Records

June 11, 2017

Michael Jordan’s game worn and dual signed Converse shoes from the 1984 U.S. Olympic team’s gold-medal-winning-game against Spain sold for $190,373 early Sunday morning, shattering the previous auction record of $104,765 for game-worn shoes....    Read More »

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Michael Jordan’s 1984 Olympic sneakers set a record at auction, but can’t top Honus Wagner card

June 11, 2017

Michael Jordan's used sneakers had game, but they didn't stand a chance against Honus Wagner. One of the iconic, exceedingly rare T206 Wagner baseball cards, the most famous card in sports collecting, may have been worse for the wear over the years, but it was the big winner, fetching $609,294 at a...    Read More »

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Michael Jordan sneakers break record at auction

June 11, 2017

A pair of Michael Jordan's shoes were sold at auction for the highest price on record for a pair of game-used sneakers. The shoes, said to be used in the gold-medal game against Spain in the 1984 Olympics, sold early Sunday morning for $190,373....    Read More »

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Chain of Custody: The Original Wagner’s Owner Speaks

June 08, 2017

For decades, the Honus Wagner card from the landmark T206 set that was issued between 1909 and 1911 has been regarded as the hobby’s holy grail. Countless collectors have dreamed of owning one, but very few have even laid their hands upon it or seen it with their own eyes....    Read More »

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Michael Jordan’s ‘84 Olympics game-worn shoes being auctioned, set world record with $144G bid

June 08, 2017

These aren’t your average pair of Jordans -- and if you want them, it’ll cost you. Michael Jordan’s game-worn shoes from the 1984 Olympic games are being auctioned off as part of SCP Auctions’ 2017 Spring Premier, and with two more days to go, they’ve already set the world record for a pai...    Read More »

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Michael Jordan’s game-used Converse shoes from 1984 Olympics already setting record via SCP

June 08, 2017

They’re not Air Jordans but they’re already in some rare air as an SCP Auctions clock counts down. They’re Michael Jordan’s game-worn and dual-signed Converse shoes from the 1984 Olympics — specifically the gold-medal-winning-game against Spain — and they’re on the auction block and a...    Read More »

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Game-Worn Michael Jordan Shoes From the 1984 Olympics Are Selling for Over $140,000

June 07, 2017

Game-worn Michael Jordan sneakers selling at auction for exorbitant prices is hardly a new phenomenon, but the pair you’re about to see has the potential to be one of the most shocking sales yet. Offered by sports memorabilia specialists SCP Auctions is a pair of Converse sneakers worn and signed...    Read More »

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From 10¢ To $418,000: The Spectacular Rise Of A Single Honus Wagner Card

June 07, 2017

J. Ross Greene has plenty of reason to celebrate these days. Since stepping forward last month to reveal that he has been the secret owner of a very special Honus Wagner for the past 21 years, his card has soared to $417,724 in a current SCP Auction closing on June 10. ...    Read More »

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Ultra-Rare 1950-51 Scott’s Lakers Complete Set Up for Auction

June 04, 2017

George Mikan was the NBA’s first big man. Standing 6’ 10” tall, the late Basketball Hall of Famer helped redefine the center position during his glory years playing for the Minneapolis Lakers. Mikan broke the mold, so to speak, and along with his emergence as the NBA’s top draw during the le...    Read More »

 
 
 

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