Various memorabilia pieces from the late Mel Ott are available in the upcoming SCP Auctions’ 2017 Fall Premier Auction. Eight different lots from the Baseball Hall of Famer’s personal collection will be available, with each item accompanied by a letter from the Ott Family. The online auction runs through Sat., Nov. 4.
Another copy of the T206 Ty Cobb with Cobb Tobacco back, one of sports collecting’s rarest baseball cards has been uncovered. Freshly authenticated and graded by PSA, the century-old rarity was found by a Georgia family while cleaning out their late father’s home. Humbly tucked in a match box that was stored in a sock drawer along with a few dozen other T206 and T205 cards, it’s now been authenticated and graded (PSA 1, Poor). Consigned to SCP Auctions, it will be among the major draws to the company’s fall catalog, set to launch October 18.
A jersey Aaron Judge wore in a 2013 game while playing at Fresno State is about to hit the auction block. Offered by SCP Auctions, this is the first time a game-used college jersey worn by the Yankees rookie has been put up for public sale.
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.