Melvin Gordon running back for the Los Angeles Chargers of the NFL. He played college football at Wisconsin, and was drafted by the Chargers in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He has been successful so far and is a 2x Pro Bowler earning the honor in 2016 and 2018.
The New York Yankees sensation, Tino Martinez autographed this authentic Russell Collection jersey in black felt tip (“8-9”) on the back below the American flag patch. The jersey commemorates the 2001 season with a World Series patch on one sleeve, AL 100 Seasons patch on the other and a flag on the back of the neck commemorating 9/11. Overall, a nice jersey from a memorable Yankee (and season) perfect for display.
Mark McGwire may have entered the Major Leagues with little fanfare but the big redhead soon changed that. Big Mac didn’t just make baseball headlines with his home run hitting prowess, he stole national headlines with his 49 home runs in 1987. This official 1987 All-Star Game (Peter Ueberroth ) ball was penned by McGwire in blue ballpoint pen during his magical rookie season and rates a solid (“9-10”). The ball has experienced some mild toning but this doesn’t detract from the overall appearanc
Sandy Koufax was one of the greatest southpaw pitchers in the history of baseball. He had six seasons (1961-66) in a row that were just unbelievable for the Dodgers. In 1961, for example, Koufax set the record for strikeouts in a season.
Hoyt Wilhelm brilliantly signed the sweet spot of this ONL (White) baseball in blue ballpoint. The baseball itself may exhibit some natural toning (see photos). The signature is “8-9” and will make for a great display in a Giants collection. Authentication: 100% Authentic Team
Presented is a record album cover for “Talk Talk – It’s My Life” autographed on the back in blue felt tip (“7-8” saturated) by McIntosh. He also inscribed it specially, “First signed copy.” The record is also included.
Pete Rose wrapped out more hits than anybody in his career. Presented is an attractive albeit very large canvas painting of the “All Time Hit King.” The artwork painted on canvas (rolled for shipping) measures in at a a whopping 54.5″ x 85″.
On Aug. 2, 1992, in front of 20,000 fans, Seaver went into the Hall of Fame with 98.8 percent of the vote, the highest percentage in history at that time. He was joined by reliever Rollie Fingers, lefty pitcher Hal Newhouser. Offered here is OAL (Brown) baseball signed by 1992 HOF Inductees Tom Seaver on the sweet spot Hal Newhouser and Rollie Fingers. Signature signed in blue ballpoint pen and grades 9-10.Authentication: JSA Auction House Letter
The 1986 Philadelphia Phillies season was the 104th season for the Phillies. Under second-year manager John Felske, the Phillies stayed just below the .500 mark for roughly two-thirds of the season, until a charge after the All-Star break pushed the club past the St. Louis Cardinals and Montreal Expos into second place in the NL East The eventual World Series champions rival New York Mets finished with a Major League-best 108-54 record and finished 211⁄2 games ahead of the Phillies. The Mets an
Presented is a pair of Stephen Curry’s game worn sneakers. According to the tagging, they are dated to 02/2014 and they were worn sometime during that year. The bottom outsoles are decorated with his handwritten saying, “I Can do all things…” making them true gamers as he only wrote his mantra pre-game. The handwriting has been authenticated by JSA to be in done in his hand. Note that Curry only wrote this on the shoes he wore on the Court. Derived from a family member, these black and white sne
Amassed from a large collection of single-signed baseballs comes this treasure. The Baseball Hall of Fame is reserved for only the best of the best in the game and Willie McCovey was no exception. Known as “Stretch”, McCovey played nineteen seasons for the San Francisco Giants, and three more for the San Diego Padres and Oakland A’s between 1959-80.
Presented is a typed signed letter of Garroway. The letter is dated to August 7, 1962 and is a response to a fan letter. He signed it in blue ballpoint (“9”). Also included in the matted display is a color photo (8×10) of Garroway.
Very desirable vintage NASCAR race-worn fire jacket from Jeff Gordon’s race team. Very colorful with Nextel Cup Series logo patch embroidered near the top as this was most likely the race series it was worn in by the crew member. Interior of jacket displays all proper professional Sparco labels with instructions down the zipper path. Also features main sponsor “DUPONT” logos embroidered throughout along with many additional embroidered logos and patches from secondary sponsors – Pepsi, GMAC, Goo
Presented is his game worn All-American basketball jersey from 1978 his time on the West team at the Pizza Hut Classic. The West jersey is red and was made by Medalist Sand-Knit [size] 42. Phegley autographed the jersey in black felt tip with the game inscription, “1978 All-American Game – Pizza Hut Classic” for added value. Overall, a tough classic gamer from a solid professional basketball player.
Since WWII the “pin-up” has emerged into a popular art form. Today it is Olivia DeBerardinis who has become the foremost glamour artist, inheriting the mantle of Vargas and Petty with her stunning renditions of the female form. Presented is Olivia’s extraordinary rendering of one of the most famous pin-up girls, Betty Page. This remarkable print has been signed by the artist, Olivia De Berardinis, and by Betty Page. A very captivating piece. The overall display measures in at 27.5″ x 33.5″.
WWII – E-Company – 101st Airborne Division – 506th PIR – Band of Brothers – “Wild Bill” William J. Guarnere Signed Military Battle Helmet with Three Rare Inscriptions (PSA/DNA COA). Signed by “Wild Bill” William J. Guarnere of the Easy Company in silver felt tip with three inscriptions including GE 506 – 101 ST AIRBORNE – Band of Brothers – 6-6-44 – 9-17-44 – Includes Authentication PSA/DNA sticker w/COA
The 300 Win Club won’t have many new members in the coming years. Pitching deep into games is becoming a lost art. The advent of the middle reliever and closer have cut down opportunities for pitchers…
This Reggie Williams game worn jersey shows mild-to-moderate use with front tail tagging including Rawlings, size 48 flap tag, fabric and [year] 1999 flaps. It features a great Anaheim patch on the sleeve and terrific front Angels logo. His is jersey number “12” is on one of the sleeves. The reverse also features his two-color-tackle twill name WILLIAMS.
Presented are a collection of two HOF baseball pitcher signed photo displays. In each display, there’s an 8×10 black and white photo autographed by the players. The first display (10.75″ x 12.75″) is autographed in blue felt tip (“8″) by HOF pitcher, Bob Feller. The other photo in the display (12.75″ x 14.5”) is autographed in blue felt tip (“9”) by both Bob Feller and Carl Hubbell (HOF pitchers).
Mel Bennett played forward for the Virginia Squires (1975–76) of the American Basketball Association and the Indiana Pacers (1976–78), Utah Jazz (1980–81) and Cleveland Cavaliers (1981–82) of the National Basketball Association. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he played at Peabody High School and the University of Pittsburgh.