The upcoming Netflix show on Goldin Auctions that’s being produced by Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions continues to move forward.
The production company seems to be taking a keen interest in the hobby with word from Variety that it has signed a three-year partnership deal with The MINT Collective. The event, which was postponed from January to late March, is being coordinated by IMG and Collectable in Las Vegas.
Scheduled for March 25-27, it will include a large card show and “collectors carnival,” speakers and panel discussions along with a party at a nightclub. Hall of Famer Jerry Rice is scheduled to make an appearance and Manning will also speak.
“The MINT Collective is bringing together people who love collecting and who recognize the great growth the sports memorabilia world has been experiencing,” Manning stated. “The team at Omaha looks forward to working with The MINT Collective to bring sports fans closer to this industry.”
There’s a three-day show planned for Chicago in June.
The Chicago Sports Spectacular and Schwartz Sports will hold it June 16-18 at the Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont (yes, those are Thursday-Saturday dates).
They’re planning for 200+ tables and over 75 autograph guests with a “Trade Night” following the show on Thursday night.
Warmup jackets and game-used shorts worn by players in last month’s NBA All-Star Game are up for auction.
About two dozen jackets and an equal number of shorts are being offered by NBA Auctions.
Items worn by LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, Ja Morant, Joel Embiid, LaMelo Ball and other All-Stars are listed.
There is a patch and stars on the right sleeve of the jacket that corresponds to the number of All-Star appearances made by the player. The front of the jacket includes the NBA’s 75th anniversary logo.
The shorts were worn in the first half of Team LeBron’s 163-160 win over Team Durant on February 20 in Cleveland.
Each item is registered into the NBA and MeiGray Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program.
The auctions run through March 24.
A new auction of game-used jerseys from the Premier Hockey Federation is raising money for girls sports.
The Metropolitan Riveters Black Rosie Jersey Auction offers signed jerseys worn in a game late last month.
The jerseys feature the Riveters’ primary logo with Rosie the Riveter depicted as Black, honoring the hundreds of thousands of “Black Rosies” who entered the American workforce during World War II.