Just ahead of Super Bowl 57, a ring from one of the players on the first Super Bowl winning team is going on the auction block–for the second time in a couple of months.
Ray Nitschke’s Super Bowl I ring, which sold for $125,331 through Classic Auctions in December, was just added to SCP Auctions’ lineup with a $50,000 opening bid.
Only three other original Super Bowl I player rings have come to market over the years. SCP sold offensive lineman Steven Wright’s for a then-record $75,000 in 2012, Jerry Kramer’s went for $125,000 in 2016, and last year Fuzzy Thurston’s realized a price of $216,000.
The record price for a Super Bowl ring was set last year when the one presented to Baltimore Colts head coach Don McCafferty for Super Bowl V went for $300,000.
Kevin Durant is quietly closing in on the top 10 NBA all-time scoring list. The jersey he wore earlier this month to move past Dominique Wilkins and into 14th place is now on the market.
NBA Auctions is offering Durant’s Statement edition jersey from the Brooklyn Nets’ 102-101 win over Miami on Jan. 8. The current bid is just over $7,000 with bidding set to run through Feb. 16.
A PSA Type 1 photo of Bobby Jones congratulating Horton Smith for winning the first Masters Tournament in 1934 sold for $56,329 at Golden Age Golf Auctions over the weekend.
A second photo from three years earlier, showing construction of the famed course, netted $46,554.
A 2001 Upper Deck SP Authentic Tiger Woods rookie card graded PSA 10 with a 10 autograph grade and numbered 193/900 sold for $48,177 in the same auction.
Jerseys worn by members of the US team that played in the 2022 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship are up for auction.
The IIAF tourney was held in Edmonton from Aug. 9 to Aug. 20, The U.S. won Group B with a 4-0 record by defeating Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Sweden. Team USA fell in the Quarterfinal, 4-2, to Czechia, and finished fifth in the tournament.
MeiGray is selling 15 blue jerseys worn by Team USA including those from Brock Faber, Luke Hughes and Logan Cooley with proceeds to benefit the USA Hockey Foundation.
The auction runs through Feb.15.