Babe Ruth memorabilia including a 1925-26 game-used bat, a 1933 Yankees contract and numerous autographs come to auction this week.
Babe Ruth bat
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No shortage of gold in a Kentucky Derby owner’s trophy. This one sold for $188,305, outpacing Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson items in the Lelands catalog.January 8, 2016 By
Showing off Topps’ contributions to baseball and pop culture was just one factor in a record set last year by the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum.January 5, 2016 By
Heritage Auctions says it had its second best year of all-time in 2015 and sports collectibles were a strong part of the equation.July 14, 2015 By
Fans and collectors will get a chance to hold a valuable piece of lumber once wielded by Babe Ruth at the upcoming National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago.July 13, 2015 By
It has to rank among the great discoveries in hobby history: a 1925 signed Babe Ruth bat given to Chicago’s mayor emerges at an appraisal fair and has been consigned to auction.February 3, 2015 By
Two Milwaukee area men say they’re out a Babe Ruth and a mountain of cash after a deal with troubled Arkansas businessman John Rogers went south.October 3, 2014 By
The Babe Ruth memorabilia market is booming and all it takes is a look at the ten biggest sales to see most of the action has come in the last few years.November 13, 2013 By
Chris Levy indulges in a collector’s fantasy; taking a stance with an original Babe Ruth game used bat in the very place it was made.December 26, 2012 By
A series of ‘scores’ and Louisville Slugger factory records helped verify a 1920 era Babe Ruth bat that recently found a new home.November 11, 2012 By
A game-used Babe Ruth bat given to a friend on Christmas Day 1924 kept the auctioneer busy during the Louisville Slugger Factory & Museum auction.