Memorabilia & Art SaleMargate City, NJ, US
Avra Art AuctionsOct 02
Not sure how many signature but looks like the entire of more of the the entire team signed the ball. No COA, but comes from a nice Miami area estate.
Fine Jewelry, Coins, Antiques and MoreFullerton, CA, US
Appraisal & Estate Sale Specialists, Inc.2 days Left
If you love old catalogs like me, this is a great one and one not coming around often. This is a July 5, 1929 A.G Spalding & Bros sporting goods catalog that is filled with golf shoes, uniforms,
Dalshire International6 days Left
After Sandy Koufax finally tamed his blazing fastball, he enjoyed a five-year stretch as perhaps the most dominating pitcher in the game's history. He was named the National League's Most Valuable Pla
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Ohio State coach resigns amid memorabilia scandal
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