Brandon Steiner is back in the auction business.
The founder of Steiner Sports is now the CEO of memorabilia marketplace CollectibleXChange, which has launched its first major auction that focuses on sports and entertainment memorabilia.
Steiner founded his new company last yearand the auction business is part of that.
The auction includes over 400 lots ranging from game-used memorabilia to autographs to artwork—and even Don Mattingly’s old Mercedes Benz, purchased during his 1985 MVP season (current bid $18,100).
Bidding is open through September 26.
Among the highlights:
- 2012 Olympic Team USA signed basketball which includes Kobe Bryant and LeBron James
- 1998 World Series-used cleats signed by Mariano Rivera
- The New York Mets road jersey worn by Mets manager Bobby Valentine in the 2000 “Subway World Series”
- Storage trunk from the old Yankee Stadium, believed to date to at least the 1930s
- Derek Jeter game-used bat from 2012 and game-worn jersey from 2011
- 2019 George Kittle game-used cleats with special design honoring a military charity
- Leroy Neiman lithograph of Sandy Koufax signed by both
- Bill Lopa art pieces of Michael Jordan (current bid $10,000) and Jeter
- Jordan autographed Washington Wizards jersey
- Framed Jordan autographed Chicago Bulls pinstriped jersey
- Muhammad Ali autographs
- Framed photo of Ron Swoboda’s epic 1969 World Series play robbing Brooks Robinson, signed by both
- Old Yankee Stadium seat pair
- 1998 Yankees team signed bat with 25 signatures
Political and music pieces will also be part of the auction including a “Born in the USA” album autographed by Bruce Springsteen; a red, white and blue guitar signed by Les Paul and a one-of-a-kind guitar from Derek Jeter’s Celebrity Golf Classic signed by Jeter, Joe Torre, Harry Carson, Jorge Posada and Goose Gossage.
The auction is taking place at bidcx.com.