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Old 01-07-2019, 11:28 AM
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Default The Lelands 2019 Winter Classic Auction is Here

The wait is over. The most celebrated auction in the industry is finally here.

The 2019 Lelands Winter Classic Auction is now open for bidding and features some jaw-dropping items and collections.

A photo-matched 1950 Joe DiMaggio jersey, a remarkable PSA card collection with over 300 PSA 10's, a tremendous trove of game-worn NFL jerseys in the "Legendary Pro Football Collection," the "Seminal Awards & Rings Collection" with two Cy Young Awards, the 1972 World Series "Owner's Trophy," and the 1952 Miss America Trophy.

And that's just the tip of iceberg. Our Winter Classic Auction will run until 10 PM EST on Friday, February 1st. Lot by lot closing rule applies.

A few highlights from this sale include:

Lot # 1: 1966 Topps Bobby Orr USA Test #35 PSA Mint 9 - Pop 1/1 & HIGHEST GRADED
Lot # 4: All-Time Greatest 1910 T218 Champions Complete Graded Set - #1 on PSA Registry (8.02 GPA)
Lot # 42: 1980 Lynn Swann Pittsburgh Steelers Game Worn Jersey (Photo-Matched)
Lot # 46: Fantastic 1958-59 Lou Groza Cleveland Browns Game Worn Jersey (14 Team Repairs!)
Lot # 47: 1968 Original Bronze Commissioned by the NFL for the "Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year' Award by Daniel Schwartz
Lot # 51: 1981 Lawrence Taylor Signed Game Worn "Rookie" Jersey - Photo-Matched w/Giants Coach Provenance
Lot # 188: 1969 Denny McLain Cy Young Award
Lot # 189: 1978 Gaylord Perry Cy Young Award (Letter of Provenance From Gaylord Perry)
Lot # 190: 1977 Jim Palmer Rawlings Gold Glove Award
Lot # 191: 1972 Oakland Athletics World Series "Owners Trophy" Presented to Darold Knowles (Knowles LOA)
Lot # 263: 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle PSA Graded Rookie with Tremendous Eye Appeal
Lot # 304: 1950-51 Joe DiMaggio New York Yankees Game Worn "Two Home-Run" Uniform Including FIRST Home Run of 1950 Season (Resolution Photomatching LOA, Seven Total Photo-Matches)
Lot # 400: 1948 Leaf Baseball Complete Set with All Variations & (25) PSA Graded - Satchel Paige PSA 3.5 Rookie (101)
Lot # 402: All-Time Greatest 1967 Topps Baseball Beckett Graded Complete Set - #1 on Registry
Lot # 403: Magnificent 1968 Topps PSA GEM MINT 10 Partial Set (280+)
Lot # 562: 1972 Jim Palmer Baltimore Orioles Game Worn Jersey - A-1 Specimen
Lot # 586: 1924 Christy Mathewson "Last" Signed Check with Stern Letter from Mrs. Mathewson (PSA MINT 9)
Lot # 732: 1954 Roberto Clemente Contract with his Fingerprints (PSA)
Lot # 757: 1976 Frank Robinson Cleveland Indians Game Worn Jersey
Lot # 768: 1957 Stan Musial St. Louis Cardinals Game Worn Uniform with Provenance
Lot # 961: 1932 James "Cool Papa" Bell Signed Game Used Bat - Gifted to Lester Lockett (PSA GU 7)
Lot # 962: 1948 Buck Leonard Signed Game Used Bat from Negro National League Batting Title Season (PSA GU 8.5)
Lot # 963: 1940's Satchel Paige Game Worn Fielder's Glove
Lot # 991: 1861 Abraham Lincoln Signed Handwritten Letter as President (PSA)
Lot # 992: George Washington Lock of Hair from the Family of Alexander Hamilton

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Sick stuff!!
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Great auction. I just wish I had more money!!
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1000+ lots and not a single 1962 Jell-O card???
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Great auction. I just wish I had more money!!

Same.
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The most celebrated auction in the industry will be over before you know it. Our 2019 Lelands Winter Classic Auction ends tomorrow at 10 PM! Lot by lot closing rule applies.

You may never see some of these historic pieces hit the auction block again in your lifetime.

Bid now before time runs out at http://lelands.com.
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Why don't you guys list picture sizes for type I photos? Can you please post the picture sizes for lots:

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will do
Give us a little time
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Anyone win anything?
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I didn't win this, but why so cheap?

https://auction.lelands.com/bids/bidplace?itemid=89391

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it just wasn't the most celebrated item in the auction
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Some interesting results. I didn't win anything.

T206 Old Mill Crawford SGC 5 $2,075. Did this seem reasonable?

T206 Young Portrait PSA 6: Piedmont 350 $11,816.00. Last 6 that PSA says was sold was in March 2017 for about half of what this one brought. Until this sale the 150s and 350s were pretty much in line. Should we now assume a 150 would sell in the $10K range if it comes up?

I watched prices on boxing cards. A few caught my eye:

--#1 PSA registry T218 set $26,870.00. This one blows my mind. I guess the registry works...

--R427 1950s Joe Palooka set of 12 $1,886.00. Tough set, so it is gratifying to see bidders pay a premium for it in complete form.

--1927 Fro Joy Tunney set of 6 $660.00. $110 a card is solid.

--The sleeper of the group IMO was an uncut strip of 3 N150 Honest Long Cut cards with two John L. Sullivan cards. Went for only $770. It is one of the few 19th century uncut boxing card pieces in existence.

What about that 1966 Bobby Orr USA Test RC in PSA 9? Over $200,000. I guess I can forget about that card!

Or the PSA 2 1952 Topps Mantle that went for over $22K. I haven't been paying attention...has that been the going rate?

I also noticed that lower grade Mantle and Mays cards had prices I thought were high:

1951 Bowman Mantle PSA 2.5 $4,141.00
1951 Bowman Mays PSA 2 $1,417.00
1952 Topps Mays PSA 2 and 1953 Mays PSA 4 $2,659.00
1953 Topps Mantle PSA 4 $2,671.00
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Of those I only watch the '52 Mantles and in lower grade the prices are almost solely dictated by appearance. That was a very nice one last night. I would think an ugly one would be 4-5k less.

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Some interesting results. I didn't win anything.

T206 Old Mill Crawford SGC 5 $2,075. Did this seem reasonable?

T206 Young Portrait PSA 6: Piedmont 350 $11,816.00. Last 6 that PSA says was sold was in March 2017 for about half of what this one brought. Until this sale the 150s and 350s were pretty much in line. Should we now assume a 150 would sell in the $10K range if it comes up?

I watched prices on boxing cards. A few caught my eye:

--#1 PSA registry T218 set $26,870.00. This one blows my mind. I guess the registry works...

--R427 1950s Joe Palooka set of 12 $1,886.00. Tough set, so it is gratifying to see bidders pay a premium for it in complete form.

--1927 Fro Joy Tunney set of 6 $660.00. $110 a card is solid.

--The sleeper of the group IMO was an uncut strip of 3 N150 Honest Long Cut cards with two John L. Sullivan cards. Went for only $770. It is one of the few 19th century uncut boxing card pieces in existence.

What about that 1966 Bobby Orr USA Test RC in PSA 9? Over $200,000. I guess I can forget about that card!

Or the PSA 2 1952 Topps Mantle that went for over $22K. I haven't been paying attention...has that been the going rate?

I also noticed that lower grade Mantle and Mays cards had prices I thought were high:

1951 Bowman Mantle PSA 2.5 $4,141.00
1951 Bowman Mays PSA 2 $1,417.00
1952 Topps Mays PSA 2 and 1953 Mays PSA 4 $2,659.00
1953 Topps Mantle PSA 4 $2,671.00
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Adam, I could be wrong, but I doubt there's a price difference between a Cy Young 150 vs. 350.
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150's of every player common or HOFer should bring more money, they are much sharper and fresher images with stronger colors.
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I've always noticed the difference in the 150's (bolder, better colors, etc). Just never thought there'd be much of a price difference. Suppose you're right.

I thought the 1923 Opening Day Yankee Stadium program went for a pretty robust price in Lelands.

https://auction.lelands.com/bids/bidplace?itemid=89385
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I looked long and hard at the Jackie Robinson Jersey City ticket stub. Cool piece but I backed off. The PSA registry shows 2 intact tickets graded, and this was only a stub. And I thought all the publicity Lelands got for it would push it up unnecessarily. A very very cool piece of history. And whoever bought it at another auction a few scant months ago and promptly got it encapsulated made some easy money there.

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Some interesting results. I didn't win anything.

T206 Old Mill Crawford SGC 5 $2,075. Did this seem reasonable?

T206 Young Portrait PSA 6: Piedmont 350 $11,816.00. Last 6 that PSA says was sold was in March 2017 for about half of what this one brought. Until this sale the 150s and 350s were pretty much in line. Should we now assume a 150 would sell in the $10K range if it comes up?

I watched prices on boxing cards. A few caught my eye:

--#1 PSA registry T218 set $26,870.00. This one blows my mind. I guess the registry works...

--R427 1950s Joe Palooka set of 12 $1,886.00. Tough set, so it is gratifying to see bidders pay a premium for it in complete form.

--1927 Fro Joy Tunney set of 6 $660.00. $110 a card is solid.

--The sleeper of the group IMO was an uncut strip of 3 N150 Honest Long Cut cards with two John L. Sullivan cards. Went for only $770. It is one of the few 19th century uncut boxing card pieces in existence.

What about that 1966 Bobby Orr USA Test RC in PSA 9? Over $200,000. I guess I can forget about that card!

Or the PSA 2 1952 Topps Mantle that went for over $22K. I haven't been paying attention...has that been the going rate?

I also noticed that lower grade Mantle and Mays cards had prices I thought were high:

1951 Bowman Mantle PSA 2.5 $4,141.00
1951 Bowman Mays PSA 2 $1,417.00
1952 Topps Mays PSA 2 and 1953 Mays PSA 4 $2,659.00
1953 Topps Mantle PSA 4 $2,671.00
Adam, I picked up the N150 Sullivan strip, it was one of the most interesting items in the auction in my opinion. I was really happy to pick it up at that price!
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The Old Mill Crawford is very low pop. That pose centered is also uncommon.
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Felt like I had to own this...

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Jeff, I saw that when the auction opened, and said to myself..."Self, Jeff needs to own this."

Awesome.
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Very nice Jeff. Congrats
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One of the reasons the boxing collection did so well was that we brought in Adam Warshaw as a consultant. He did an amazing job. He is knowledgeable and professional and he wrote the intro to the section.

Thank you Adam you were a pleasure to work with. The next half of the collection comes in our Spring Classic which we are assembling now. I hope you can join us again.


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Way cool Jeff.

Is it identical to the Lincoln Publishing image? It's clearly from the same photo session.
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Yep, same image as LP postcards, REA sold a Mack years ago so guessing other players may be out there somewhere.
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Felt like I had to own this...

Congrats! My favorite piece in the auction
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One of the reasons the boxing collection did so well was that we brought in Adam Warshaw as a consultant. He did an amazing job. He is knowledgeable and professional and he wrote the intro to the section.

Thank you Adam you were a pleasure to work with. The next half of the collection comes in our Spring Classic which we are assembling now. I hope you can join us again.


All-Time Greatest 1910 T218 Champions Complete Graded Set - #1 on PSA Registry (8.02 GPA)

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Thanks; I'm down for it...
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Adam, I picked up the N150 Sullivan strip, it was one of the most interesting items in the auction in my opinion. I was really happy to pick it up at that price!
Now you need a Mayo to go with it!



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Those are great, I love the Mayo set!

At one point several years ago I was trying to collect them but never really got more than about half way there before parting with them to pursue other interests. Really under-appreciated set.
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Lots of awesome items in the auction...anyone win the Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig signed guitar?
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Of those I only watch the '52 Mantles and in lower grade the prices are almost solely dictated by appearance. That was a very nice one last night. I would think an ugly one would be 4-5k less.
I tend to view cards by their appearance.

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