Here are some of the top items and their prices as of July 12th.
Lot #1 - Dated 1855, the Constitution and By-Laws from the Excelsior Base Ball Club of Brooklyn is perhaps the oldest such document of its kind - in fact it's older than the edition currently on display at the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum. $5,363.
Lot #2 -1949 Jackie Robinson MVP Season Game-Used Bat - the only bat from his only MVP season (Graded PSA GU-9). - $94,948
Lot #3 - T206 Ty Cobb card with a rare Ty Cobb Tobacco Company back - just 12 known examples in existence (PSA Graded PR1) - $78,469
Lot #4 - 1912 Ty Cobb Tobacco Tin - $14,619
Lot #5 - T206 Partially Graded Set of 337 cards - $18,997
Lot #7 - Baseball signed by President Harry S. Truman (PSA/DNA Near Mint 7) - $2,659
Lot #8 - 1947-49 Yogi Berra game-worn catchers' mitt signed by the Hall of Famer - $30,000
Lot #12 - Hakeem Olajuwon's personal copy of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players montage - $35,373
Lot #13 - Kobe Bryant 2000 Lakers NBA Championship Ring 14K-40 Diamonds (Laker Issued Player Ring Gifted by Kobe to Joe Bryant - size 11 ½ - same as Kobe's) - $81,425
Lot #14 - Kobe Bryant 2000 Lakers NBA Championship Ring 14K-40 Diamonds (Laker Issued Player ring gifted by Kobe to Pam Bryant) - $34,529
Lot #15 - Kobe Bryant's 2000 NBA All-Star Game Ring * - $25,941
Lot #16 - Kobe Bryant's Lower Merion H.S. game used #33 maroon uniform (shirt & shorts)* - $31,390
Lot #17 - Kobe Bryant's Lower Merion H.S. game used #33 white uniform (shirt & shorts)* - $31,390
Lot #18 -Kobe Bryant's 1996 Magic's Roundball Classic All Star Medallion and Ribbon * - $2,363
Lot #35 - 1994 Derek Jeter Pre-Rookie Game-Used and Signed Tampa Yankees Jersey - Quite possibly the first jersey ever worn by the Jeter when he first joined the Yankees 1994 spring training. - $4,028
Lot #36 - 2001 Jeter World Series Game Used and Signed Bat with Display. This unique display showcases the bat Jeter broke during the 6th inning of Game One of the 2001 World Series versus Arizona's Curt Schilling. Jeter signed the barrel end of the bat in silver ink (graded a "9"). - $4,719
Lot #38 - Jeter Game Used and Signed Fielder's Glove. Jeter has signed the thumb in silver ink which contrasts nicely with the glove's black leather. - $23,867
Lot #98 - 1964-65 game-used Hillerich & Bradsby game used bat from Roger Maris (PSA/GU 9.5) - $5,711
Lot #281: All-Star signed 1934 tour of Japan baseball featuring Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx and more - $4,875
Lot #899 - Elgin Baylor 1970-72 yellow home Lakers jersey (MEARS A10) - $11,794
Lot #910 - Michael Jordan Game Worn and Signed/Inscribed Sneakers personally given by Air Jordan to Mike Tyson with an inscription that reads: "TO MIKE - STAY STRONG - Michael Jordan." - $5,363.
Lot #1029 - Bout worn trunks used by Tyson in his controversial fight against Andrew Golota on Oct. 20, 2000 when Golota quit after the second round. - $3,540.
If you are looking to bid on some of these amazing items, either follow the link for each of the listed items or go check out www.GoldinAuctions.com and let us know if you buy anything. Would love to make a post about your purchase.
Looking at this list, to me, I would go for the Derek Jeter items. Just look below. Sweet stuff from The Captain!
But the Kobe Bryant's are tempting as well. Because you get a bonus "autograph" .A signed Letter of Authenticity signed by his mother Pamela Bryant. How cool is that?
Each of the signed Letters of Authenticity state the Bryant items are authentic and have been in her possession until being part of the auction above. A sweet bonus if you are one of the buyers is that 50% of the sale price from four of the items noted above with a * will be donated to The Bully Project a Kobe Bryant supported charity. Which I think is a great.
Let us know which items catch your attention. And which you will or would buy.