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HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT 1951 JACKIE ROBINSON GAME USED DODGERS JERSEY BRINGS $576,000 IN GOLDIN AUCTIONS’ SALE

This museum-quality gameworn Jackie Robinson home Brooklyn Dodgers jersey is from the legendary Hall of Famer’s 1951 season in which he compiled his second-highest career batting average of .338. He also slugged 19 home runs and collected 88 RBI that year. It was sold as part of Goldin Auctions’ 2019 Spring Premium Auction that closed in May. The final price of $576,000 included a 25 percent buyer’s premium.

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Vintage Collector Aug/Sept 2019, George Brett And The Sizzling Summer of '80, The $5.6 Million Jersey, And More....

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IN 1980, GEORGE BRETT WENT ON A TEAR THAT EVEN TODAY IS HARD TO FATHOM
World-record price for a piece of sports memorabilia highlights live auction of Babe Ruth-owned items
HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT 1951 JACKIE ROBINSON GAME
GEORGE BRETT’S 1980 CAMPAIGN – MUCH OF IT PLAYED IN SWELTERING RECORD-BREAKING HEAT THAT ENGULFED KANSAS CITY - WASN’T JUST HIS GREATEST SEASON. IT WAS AMONG THE GREATEST EVER.
“I played 20 years in the major leagues, I did some
ONE MAN’S JUNK IS ANOTHER MAN’S FIND. THERE ARE PLENTY OF REWARDS FOUND IN COLLECTING LOW-GRADE CARDS.
THE UNVEILING OF THE SHOEBOX TREASURES WING OF THE NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM BRINGS BASEBALL CARDS TO THE HALLOWED HALLS OF HISTORY
MAGIC JOHNSON AND LARRY BIRD TURN RIVALRY INTO BOND
COUNTERFEIT ALERT: 1959 TOPPS WILLIE MAYS
SCP AUCTIONS’ YANKEES DYNASTY AUCTION INCLUDED ORIGINAL LOU GEHRIG AUTOGRAPHED (PHOTO BY CHARLES CONLON)
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THE 1969 TOPPS BASEBALL SET FEATURED A LOT OF INGENUITY, NOT ALL OF IT ATTRACTIVE
BART STARR, BRETT FAVRE, AARON RODGERS. THREE REASONS GREEN BAY IS STILL KNOWN AS TITLETOWN.
GREY FLANNEL AUCTIONS BRINGING THE WILLIE MCCOVEY COLLECTION TO MARKET