Tom Brady’s new autograph deal with Fanatics doesn’t mean he’s no longer doing private signings or cut ties with TriStar Productions. In fact, just days after signing a boatload of memorabilia from Fanatics, he’s signed on to autograph more memorabilia sent in by collectors and dealers…but it ain’t cheap.
In fact, if you paid $1,000 for an autograph through TriStar a couple of years ago, you got a bargain. Prices this time start at $1,750 for flat items. Helmets and jerseys are $2,000 and if you want an inscription or personalization, it’ll cost another $2,400 per item. Brady won’t sign trading cards or tickets. The signing will take place next month.
Collectable has received a $225,000 offer to acquire the O-Pee-Chee PSA 9 Wayne Gretzky rookie card it offered late last year. The card was offered to shareholder on December 10 for $10 per share ($67,000). It’s been trading on Collectable’s secondary market lately with recent prices generally between $27 and $30 per share.
If the buyout offer is accepted by shareholders, they’d make $21.71 per share, a 213.8% return and a 16.3% premium over last traded price on Collectable’s secondary market ($27).
The latest installment of charity auctions featuring memorabilia from NHL legend Gordie Howe is live. Over 200 items from Howe and his son Mark are on the block. Gordie Howe died in 2016 and his items come directly from the estate. Net proceeds will benefit The Howe Foundation which support amateur sport and retired players in need.
Gordie Howe’s career record for games played was just surpassed but when WHA games are included, he is still the all-time record holder. His game-worn jersey from the 1977 WHA All-Star Game headlines the auction.
14-year NHL veteran goalie Felix “The Cat” Potvin has consigned items from his collection to Classic Auctions. Items from throughout his career will be part of the company’s Spring Auction starting next month.
A ‘City Edition’ Dallas Mavericks jersey worn by Luka Doncic during a pair of games this season—including one when he recorded a triple-double—is among the hot items at NBA Auctions.
Bidding has passed $15,000 with a week left in the bidding.
Doncic wore the jersey during the Mavericks’ 93-83 victory over the Miami Heat on New Year’s Day in Dallas and during a 112-109 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on January 15 at Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee.
You can check out the current list of most popular items on the site here.
There’s a bobblehead in the works for Carlos Rodon’s no-hitter.
His cap and a ball from the game will be on display in Cooperstown.
Welcome to Cooperstown: The Cap worn by Carlos Rodón during his no-hitter, along with a ball from the game, has arrived @baseballhall. Thank you, @Carlos_Rodon55 and @whitesox! pic.twitter.com/0lSKiGTWuJ
— Jon Shestakofsky (@Shesta_HOF) April 20, 2021