MEARS Online Auctions is offering a jersey from Walter Payton’s rookie year, once obtained for a small amount of cash and a bucket of chicken.
A 1962-63 Jim Brown game jersey featuring wear and even the decades-old smell of sweat joins a Babe Ruth game model bat and over 1,000 other items in MEARS’ latest auction.
A Texas man’s Mickey Mantle collection is being sold through MEARS via three different auctions, one of which is just underway.
A 60 Minutes Sports segment to be aired December 4 tackles the big money game that surrounds game worn and game-used items, autograph signings and more.
A teenager who just wanted something cool to put on his wall while working for the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1970s stands to make some big money when the Oscar Robertson and Lew Alcindor jerseys are sold next month.
A series of ‘scores’ and Louisville Slugger factory records helped verify a 1920 era Babe Ruth bat that recently found a new home.
A buyer snaps up a 1927 Lou Gehrig bat for more than $200,000 while an Ernie Banks jersey from the almost magical 1969 Cubs season also sold for big bucks.
If you’re heading to the National, MEARS’ booth will be a must stop with game used bats from Ruth, Gehrig, Williams, Cobb and more on display.
At halftime of the final game of his finest pro season, Pete Maravich took off his New Orleans Jazz warmup jacket and a fan won it in a drawing. Now it’s about to fetch thousands at auction. It’s not, however, the only item that comes with a story.
Players today don’t know what ‘pressure’ is.
An upstate New Yorker showed Ty Cobb some day off hospitality and received an autographed bat in return. After 85 years, it’s about to go on the auction block.
Over 700 images dating back decades are part of an auction now underway.
Wee Willie Keeler’s diary, game-used bats from early 20th century legends and other vintage memorabilia and cards will be up for bid.
Hosting, signing and even helping authenticate his own items, Mr. October will be busy when MEARS cuts the ribbon on its new facility.