If you’re a dice rolling kind of collector, the National Sports Collectors Convention has a couple of chances to do it big.
One event will involve a $100,000 memorabilia-focused draw featuring lock boxes and prizes ranging from $2,500 to $25,000. The other is a set break of 1952 Topps Baseball cards including the #311 Mickey Mantle.
Limited to 20 entries at $5,000 per entry and conducted by VintageBreaks.com, the six-figure memorabilia event is similar to another event held last year. It’ll take place Saturday, August 6 and 1 PM on the Mike Berkus Main Stage. Participants don’t have to be in attendance but organizers would prefer you be available by phone.
Entrants will select from one of the 20 boxes, which will contain vouchers for immediate redemption. Items in the break are from both the sports and Americana realms and include:
Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig dual signed photo (PSA/DNA)
Complete “set” of single signed baseballs of ALL Cy Young Winners (thru 2014)
Derek Jeter game used bat (Framed) (PSA)
The Four Horsemen of Notre Dame signed cuts with photos (Framed)
Mickey Mantle vintage single signed baseball (PSA/DNA)
Princess Diana and Prince Charles signed Christmas card (PSA/DNA)
Joe DiMaggio signed and inscribed bat from his estate
Enzo Ferrari signed personal letter on Ferrari letterhead
Babe Ruth and Joe Louis signed baseball (PSA/DNA)
Beatles Piece with signed cuts of all 4 Beatles (Framed)
Willie Mays game used & signed New York Giants pants
Muhammad Ali signed robe (PSA/DNA)
Football helmet signed by 37 different NFL Super Bowl MVP’s
Don Larsen & Yogi Berra signed original Perfect Game wire photo
1977 Topps Star Wars 1st Series complete 132-card uncut sheet
Michael Jordan and Julius “Dr. J” Erving signed 16×20 photo (UDA)
Roger Maris signed framed index card (PSA/DNA)
1992 Upper Deck Minor League Derek Jeter Rookie SGC 100 PRISTINE (Pop 1)
The ’52 Topps break includes a PSA 3 Mantle. All 407 cards from this landmark set will be offered in this break which will occur at the Vintage Breaks booth in the Case Break Pavilion.
The date, time and other details will be announced soon at www.vintagebreaks.com.