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Greatest signed baseball ever sells for record amount

September 24, 2018

The record for the most expensive signed baseball in history has been absolutely obliterated. On Sunday, a baseball with the signatures of 11 of the first Baseball Hall of Fame inductees sold at auction for over $600,000.     Read More »


 
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Top Sales from SCP’s Fall Premier Auction 2017

November 07, 2017

A lot of sports history changed hands in SCP’s Fall Premier Auction 2017. From gamers used by legends to key sports cards to 1,800-pound statues, there was a lot of variety among the items sold. Leading the way was one of the original bronze statues cast for Rocky III, which sold for $403,657. It ...    Read More »

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Second pair of Michael Jordan Converse shoes from 1984 Olympics sells for big money via SCP Auctions

November 06, 2017

What’s rarer than the rarified air of a pair of Michael Jordan game-used shoes? A pair of Michael Jordan game-used Converse shoes — and the latest pair of shoes from the 1984 Olympics to sell via SCP Auctions went for nearly six-figures at auction following a record-setting sale earlier this yea...    Read More »

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Jordan Olympic shoes sell for $88,644 at auction

November 06, 2017

A pair of Michael Jordan’s game used and dual signed Converse shoes from the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles sold for $88,644 in SCP Auctions’ 2017 Fall Premier auction that ended early Sunday morning, Nov. 5. It’s the second time in five months that one of these pairs of shoes has be...    Read More »

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Rocky Statue, Vintage Basketball Jerseys Tops at SCP Auctions Sale

November 06, 2017

The online bidding in SCP Auctions’ 2017 Fall Premier auction ended early Sunday morning with Lot #1 – an original 12-foot-tall, 1,800-pound “Rocky” bronze statue, one of two identical examples created by noted sculptor A. Thomas Schomberg for use in the 1982 film “Rocky III” – leadi...    Read More »

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Bidding for Mel Ott’s 1948 uniform: $47,000

November 03, 2017

Hall of Famer Mel Ott was the Giants’ career home run leader and owned the National League homers record, at least until Willie Mays came along. Ott’s number 4 is retired, but his uniform still is around. At least a uniform he wore in 1948, the last year he managed the New York Giants. His jerse...    Read More »

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World’s Rarest Honus Wagner Baseball Card Surfaces, And It’s For Sale

November 02, 2017

What if I told you that there’s a Honus Wagner card 75 times rarer than the 1910 tobacco card that sold for $3.1 million one year ago? In fact, it’s the only one of its kind. And so far the price is only $3,194 (with the buyer’s premium) in a SCP auction closing on November 4. As I file this p...    Read More »

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Former Jazz ball boy selling ‘magical’ shoes given to him by Michael Jordan in 1993

November 02, 2017

Utah Jazz ball boy Alex Rodriguez wouldn’t take money from Michael Jordan, so MJ came up with another way to pay him for two tickets to a sold-out Jazz-Chicago Bulls game in 1993: His shoes....    Read More »

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Michael Jordan’s ball boy trade treasure hits auction block via SCP

November 02, 2017

A pair of Michael Jordan‘s game-used shoes gifted to a Utah Jazz ballboy in exchange for a pair of tickets are hitting the auction block. They’re being sold by SCP Auctions and they were worn on Feb. 1, 1993, when Jordan’s Bulls knocked off the Jazz, 96-92....    Read More »

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MJ’s Utah Smack Talk Shoes Were Gift to Ball Boy

October 30, 2017

A Utah Jazz ball boy who did Michael Jordan a big favor in 1993 when home fans booed the NBA superstar mercilessly for disparaging comments about Salt Lake City, came away with a pair of valuable game-worn Nikes.  Now that pair of personally gifted shoes from a memorable moment in Jordan’s career...    Read More »

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Newly Discovered 1917 Honus Wagner Card Dates to Jersey Farewell

October 29, 2017

He belonged to Pittsburgh, but folks in Paterson, NJ looked at Honus Wagner like one of their own.  Playing for the minor league Paterson Silk Weavers in 1896 and ’97, the Carnegie, PA resident honed his game to a big league level. When his long and storied major league career was winding to a cl...    Read More »

 
 
 

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