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    Since 1979, SCP Auctions has conducted record-setting auctions that have featured some of the most prominent collections and important individual sports memorabilia items that have ever been offered publicly. The worldwide recognition and trust that SCP Auctions receives as the leading seller of fully authenticated and guaranteed collectibles; the expertise of our specialist team; our unparalleled experience in conducting the highest-profile auction events, and the unmatched synergy of our multi-year partnership with Sotheby’s has benefited some of the world’s most advanced collectors and trustees of significant estate collections.

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    World Record Price for Any Sports Memorabilia Item
    Babe Ruth’s c.1920 New York Yankees Game Worn Road Jersey – $4,415,568 (Auction, 2012)

    World Record Price for a Baseball Document
    1857 “Laws of Base Ball” by Doc Adams that Established First Written Rules for the National Pastime – $3,263,246 (Auction, 2016)

    World Record Price for a Scoresheet
    March 2, 1962 Wilt Chamberlain Signed 100-Point Game Home Official Scorer’s Sheet by Philadelphia Warriors Statistician Toby DeLuca – $214,579 (Auction, 2019)

    World Record Price for an Individual Baseball Card
    1909-11 T206 Honus Wagner NM-MT PSA 8 – $2,800,000 (private sale, 2007)

    World Record Price for an Olympic Gold Medal
    Jesse Owens’ 1936 Berlin Olympics Gold Medal (Estate of Bill “Bojangles” Robinson) – $1,466,574 (Auction, 2013)

    World Record Price for a Pre-War Game Used Bat
    Babe Ruth Autographed Bat Used to Hit the First HR in Yankee Stadium on Opening Day, 1923 – $1,265,000 (Auction, 2004)

    World Record Price for a Post-War Game Used Bat
    Kirk Gibson’s Bat Used to Hit Game Winning HR in Game One of 1988 World Series – $575,912 (Auction, 2010)

    World Record Price for a Baseball Cap
    Babe Ruth’s 1930’s New York Yankees Game Worn Cap (David Wells Collection) – $537,278 (Auction, 2012)

    World Record Price for a Sports Ring
    Julius “Dr. J” Erving’s 1974 New York Nets ABA Championship Ring – $460,741 (Auction, 2011)

    World Record Price for an Individual Basketball Card
    1948 Bowman #69 George Mikan Rookie GEM MINT PSA 10 – $403,664 (Auction, 2015)

    Auction World Record Price for a Lou Gehrig Game Used Bat
    1938 Lou Gehrig Game Used H&B Louisville Slugger Bat (Gifted to Earle Combs & Derived From the Earle Combs Family) – PSA/DNA GU 10 – $715,120 (Auction, 2021)

    World Record Price for a Team Signed Photograph
    1927 New York Yankees Autographed Team Photograph From the Estate of Don Miller – PSA/DNA Type 1 & Authentic & Beckett LOA – $444,031 (Auction, 2021)

    World Record Price for a Football Ring
    Lawrence Taylor’s 1991 New York Giants Super Bowl XXV Ring – $230,401 (Auction, 2012)

    World Record Price for a Game Used Basketball
    1992 USA Basketball Dream Team Olympic Gold Medal Game Ball (Chuck Daly Collection) – $230,041 (Auction, 2015)

    World Record Price for a Single Signed Photo
    1887 Mike “King” Kelly Signed Banquet Photo – $214,936 (Auction, 2011)

    World Record Price for a Presidential Signed Baseball
    1961 John F. Kennedy Signed Baseball From His Alliance For Progress Tour to South America — $166,818 (Auction, 2023)

    World Record Price for a Set of Super Bowl Tickets
    Complete Set of Super Bowl I – 50 Full Tickets All PSA-Graded – $100,036 (Auction, 2016)

    World Record Price for an Individual Post-War Sports Ticket
    1968 Super Bowl II (Green Bay 33 – Oakland 14) Full Ticket NM PSA 7 – $36,716 (Auction, 2015)

    World Record Price for an Unopened Sports Card Pack
    1948 Bowman Basketball Unopened Wax Pack NM-MT PSA 8 – $30,343 (Auction, 2015)

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