More than 700 of the 775 lots of sports, entertainment and historical memorabilia were sold in Goldin Auctions’ inaugural Internet-only auction. Prices ranged from $50 to $27,000.
The two-week event, held from March 12-24, was the first of four such internet-only auctions scheduled for this year to accommodate items that did not make it into the company’s catalog auctions, consignors looking for a quick sale or a re-offering of items that did not sell previously.
“It was clear that everyone enjoyed this inaugural internet-only auction as it allowed our consignors the opportunity to offer a wider variety of items and our bidders to find some great deals at different price points,” said Ken Goldin, Founder of Goldin Auctions. “We encourage consignors to contact us with items for our next intern-only auction in June.”
Among the top selling items:
1921-28 Ty Cobb Game-used Hillerich & Bradsby 125 Louisville Slugger Bat (Final Price $27,005)
Pen Given to Sugar Ray Leonard to Commemorate the 1983 Ronald Reagan Signing of MLK Holiday in a Framed Display (Final Price $11,047)
1951 World Series Champion NY Yankees Team Signed Baseball with 30 signatures including Mantle and DiMaggio PSA/DNA & JSA (Final Price $8,592)
Thomas Jefferson Complete Near-Mint Free Frank & Hand-written Envelope (Final Price $7,365)
1997-98 Ken Griffey Jr. Game-used and Signed 51st HR Louisville Slugger C271 Model Bat PSA/DNA GU10 (Final Price $7,365)
1911/12 C55 Imperial Tobacco #38 Georges Vezina Rookie Card SGC 70 EX+ 5.5(Final Price $7,365)
2014 Antonio Brown Steelers Game-used and Signed Jersey (Final Price $4,050)
Thurman Munson Rare Single-signed 1972-era AL Joe Cronin Baseball JSA (Final Price $3,900)
The full auction results are available at GoldinAuctions.com.
The deadline for consigning an item to the company’s next internet-only auction is May 15. The consignment deadline for the Goldin Auctions Summer Premium & Live Auction is May 31. For more information contact Goldin Auctions at [email protected].