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ANOTHER WORLD RECORD FOR SECRETARIAT

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A horseshoe worn by Secretariat in winning the 1973 Kentucky Derby has set a world record in price, bringing $80,736 – the most ever paid for a horseshoe.

The piece of horse racing history sold August 16 in Lelands.com’s 2018 Invitational Auction.

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November 2018

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Vintage Collector
Brings Record Price
COLLECTION COMING TO GOLDIN AUCTIONS
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The highest graded example of a popular Babe Ruth card
SIGNED CARDS OF RUTH, COBB, JACKIE, GEHRIG, MAYS, MANTLE AND MORE?
A CANADIAN CANDY COMPANY ISSUED THE MOST HISTORIC, AND MOST CONTROVERSIAL, HOCKEY CARD SET OF ALL-TIME.
REGGIE JACKSON WAS A LOT OF THINGS – BRASH, ENTERTAINING, A MEDIA FAVORITE – BUT MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE, HE WAS A SLUGGER OF EPIC PROPORTIONS
The 1957 Topps Football set is a milestone in the world
The only known game-used bat used by Adrian “Cap” Anson
PRINTING ERRORS, MISSPELLED NAMES, PROOF CARDS, ALL OF THEM HAVE THEIR PLACE IN THE MONSTROUS T206 SET
FRED LYNN SPENDS MUCH OF HIS TIME ON THE GOLF COURSE OR MEETING AND TALKING WITH FANS ABOUT BASEBALL. HE LOVES EVERY MINUTE OF IT.
Fifty years ago, pitchers like Bob Gibson and Denny McLain ruled. And also that year, with some hurdles to get past, Topps created a cardboard classic for one of the most turbulent times in American history.
CALLED “THE SINGLE BEST BASEB ALL BOOK OF ALL TIME ” BY RED BARBER, THE GLORY OF THEIR TIMES STANDS AS A SEMINAL LINK BETWEEN THE DEADBALL ERA AND MULTIPLE GENERATIONS
EXEMPLARY SINGLE-SIGNED BABE RUTH BALL IN MILE HIGH
DID THIS NEARLY CENTURY-OLD SET INTRODUCE A MODERN HOBBY STAPLE?
MICHIGAN’S TOM HARMON REMAINS ONE OF COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S GREATEST DO-IT-ALL LEGENDS78 YEARS AFTER HIS HEISMAN TROPHY-WINNING SEASON.
WITH ONE BACKWORDS MOVE, DICK CHANGED THE FACE OF HIGH JUMPING FOREVER
HERITAGE AUCTIONING PSA’S T206 REGISTRY’S TOP-RANKED SET
AS a college kid at Kansas, Wilt Cham- berlain was