Winning bids ranged from $61 to more than $42,000 in Goldin Auctions’ June Internet Auction over the weekend. More than 800 lots of sports, entertainment, historical and pop-culture memorabilia were offered in the online catalog.
Top price went to a dual-signed 1927 American League baseball carrying the autographs of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, which sold for $42,962. A Tom Seaver game-used and signed Rawlings glove dating to 1977 went for $6,751.
“It was apparent from the 20% increase in bids from our March internet auction and the wider assortment of memorabilia we offered, that this format is appealing to consignors and collectors,” said Ken Goldin, Founder of Goldin Auctions. “We look forward to our next internet auction in September.”
Some of the other sales (including the buyer’s premium) included:
Lot 2 – 1959 Fleer Three Stooges PSA-Graded Near Set (93/96) (Final Price: $9,206)
Lot #72 – 1980s-2010 Misc Brands Multi-Sports Collection of over 10,000 Cards (Final Price: $6,751)
Lot #5 – 2015 Mike Trout Game Used, Signed/Inscribed & Photo Matched Old Hickory Pro Maple MT27 Model Bat for HR’s #7 and #8 (Final Price: $5,830)
Lot #142 – 1973 Jerry Koosman NY Mets Used & Signed Home Jersey from World Series Season (Final Price: $5,216)
Lot #784 – Muhammad Ali 1972 Everlast Training Trunks (Final Price: $4,603)
The company’s 2018 Summer Auction opens for preview on July 13 with a live event slated for August 2 during the National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland.
To consign an item to a live, catalog or internet auction, contact Goldin Auctions at [email protected].