Sports memorabilia once obtained by one of the former owners of the Cincinnati Reds and Bengals brought collectors and fans to an estate auction.
Just how much his estate is worth depends on a court case involving his Cincinnati Bengals stock.
Dutch Knowlton was once part of the Bengals ownership group–and also had a stake in the Reds. There was no doubt the late Cincinnati icon was worth millions.
Hundreds turned out in downtown Cincinnati over the weekend to attend an auction of items from Knowlton’s estate. Included amid the antiques and other pricey furnishings and collectibles were a big collection of personally-owned World Series and championship rings and other sports memorabilia that collectors and fans battled over according to Cincinnati.com.