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Old 07-26-2020, 06:51 PM
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Default Uncle Jimmy Auction #3 is Open for Bids! Over 200 signed Goudey Cards w Ruth, Gehrig

The Uncle Jimmy Collection Auction #3 is now live and Uncle Jimmy's amazing signed Goudey cards are now available to bid! https://www.wheatlandauctionservices.com/catalog.aspx

Some of the highlights include:
• Over 170 signed 1933 Goudey baseball cards (many Pop 1 card grades!), including (2) Ruth, Gehrig, (2) Foxx, Speaker, Collins, Lazzeri, and many more (including some first example cards that were never before authenticated by PSA/DNA)!
• 34 signed 1934 Goudey baseball cards (many Pop 1 card grades!) including Gehrig, Greenberg, Dizzy Dean, and more!
• Over 40 signed 1939-1941 Play Ball cards, including a 1939 Ted Williams rookie!
• Many signed rookie cards including Slaughter, Page, Killebrew, and more!
• Uncle Jimmy’s rare Type 1 Photos of Ruth (1930s George Burke), Gehrig (1930s George Burke), and Mantle (1952 Don Wingfield)!
• A Lebron James Topps Chrome “Refractor” Rookie Card Graded BGS 9.5 Gem Mint!
• Single signed baseballs of Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Walter Johnson, Pie Traynor, Thurman Munson, and more!
• A Michael Jordan signed Chicago Bulls Jersey!
• A high-quality 1986 Fleer Basketball Set with stickers and both Jordan rookies!
• Vintage sports, political, and entertainment photos inc. Jackie Robinson, Dwight Eisenhower, Harry Truman, General Douglas MacArthur, Jayne Mansfield, Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, and more!
• Graded rookies of Mike Trout, Kobe Bryant, and Lebron James!!
• Rare 1970s Topps PSA 10 graded baseball and football cards, including 1970 Sayers, 1972 Ted Williams, 1974 Reggie Jackson, 1977 George Brett, and more!

Thanks for bidding! Good luck!
https://www.wheatlandauctionservices.com/catalog.aspx
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Old 07-27-2020, 07:19 AM
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The more i look at these auctions, Uncle Jimmy's collection was mind boggling in the work he did attaining these autographs... Wheatland, good luck.
John
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Old 07-27-2020, 08:56 AM
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The more i look at these auctions, Uncle Jimmy's collection was mind boggling in the work he did attaining these autographs... Wheatland, good luck.
John
Thanks John. The work he did was amazing - decades of autograph collecting with a lot of the vintage signed cards signed in the 1940s-1960s. We are glad the story about the person behind the collection got out, as he was just a blue collar WW2 vet who loved baseball and spent his life collecting without anyone really knowing what he had accumulated. The collection is beyond amazing and we knew this specific auction would peak some interests (we had to wait for all of the signed cards and Type 1 photos to get graded). By the way, the 1933-34 Goudey cards look much better than most of the grades - the colors and corners are typically in near pack-fresh condition! To hold the cards prior to grading was awesome - as they seemed like they were printed last week - they really were never exposed to sunlight or much air/oxygen. It should be a fun auction!
-Chuck
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