In celebration of the Green Bay Packers Super Bowl XXXI victory (35-21) over the New England Patriots, Wheaties created a cereal box. The box features signatures of the centralized players who starred on the team including Brett Farve, Edgar Bennett, Reggie White and Mark Chmura. Each of the Packers greats autographed it in black felt tip (“9”).
Presented is a lithograph (22×28) by Royle Publications featuring the Packers superstar Lambeau leaping into the stands. Brooks autographed the limited edition artwork (229/800) in black felt tip (“9”).
Presented is John Brown game-worn button snap-down style (1979-80) warm-up jacket from the Utah Jazz (his only season with the team). It originates directly from a team-source and epitomizes pro-basketball style in the 1980s.
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.
Presented is a horse shoe signed by jockey legends. Among these racers are Kentucky Derby & Triple Crown winners. The signers in blue felt tip (“9”) around the shoe include Victor Espinoza, Ron Turcotte, Mike Smith, Steve Cauthen and Jean Cruguet.
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 is a cut piece of parchment (from an autograph album) autographed by Brice. She signed it in blue ink (“8”). The paper itself shows some aging/wear near her small picture affixed to the paper. Also included, is one of her vintage unsigned 8×10 black and white promotional head shots. Authentication: JSA Basic Cert & Sticker
Presented is a large fold-out Oakland A’s schedule from the 1980’s. The top portion has been taped so it would be difficult to separate. “The Director” page (8-1/2″ x 11″) was autographed by fiery coach, Billy Martin. He signed it in black ballpoint pen with the inscription, “Best Wishes”.
Johnny Bench 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 Reds collection. Authentication: JSA Basic Cert & Sticker
Presented is a first day cover FDC signed by Dave Severance. The cachet depicts the famous Marines flag raising at Iwo Jima. He signed both the front and the back in black pen. On the back he detailed his ranking. It was encapsulated and authenticated by Beckett.
Hall of Famers Yogi Berra & Whitey Ford personally signed this OAL (Brown) baseball. Signatures signed blue ballpoint and grade 9-10. These are two of the greatest players to ever don the pinstripes. Authentication: JSA Basic Cert & Sticker
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
Before joining the Chicago Bulls, Dwyane Wade was part of the Miami Heat foundation that earned the team three NBA Championships. Wade wore this style of sneakers while on the floor with the Heat. They are the Chinese brand Li-Ning Way of Wade and [size] 15 as shown by the interior stamping. The shoes are possibly game worn because the insoles are missing and are his size. However, it is important to note that there are no Promotional markings present.
A pristine Mickey Mantle signature is featured on the side pannel, in addition to a signature from the man that was voted to the All-Star game all 15 years of his career, Yogi Berra. Whitey Ford has been voted in 10 AllStar games. The trio signed in blue ball-point autographs grades 9-10. On this mild toned OAL (Brown) ball. Awesome trio-signed ball of the three teammates and best good buddies.Authentication: JSA Full Letter
The 1992 Atlanta Braves season was the 27th in Atlanta and the 122nd overall. It involved the Braves finishing first in the National League West with a record of 98 wins and 64 losses, clinching their second straight division title. In the National League Championship Series, the Braves defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in seven games. In the World Series, Atlanta faced the Toronto Blue Jays, who were making their first appearance in the World Series. However, the Blue Jays won in six games, becom
Go West is an English pop duo, formed in 1982 by lead vocalist Peter Cox and rhythm guitarist and backup vocalist Richard Drummie. The duo enjoyed their peak of popularity between the mid-1980s and the early 1990s and are best known for the international top 10 hits “We Close Our Eyes”, “Call Me”, “Faithful” and “King of Wishful Thinking”, the latter featuring in the 1990 film Pretty Woman. At the 1986 Brit Awards, they received the Brit Award for British Breakthrough Act.
The centerpiece of Topps’ 1958 football production is, of course, #62 Jimmy Brown. Presented is a collection of two Jim Brown cards with the highlight being that very rookie card. It is #62 in the series and is crease free with faulty centering issues (which so typifies the issue) as shown by the photo. The other card is a 1960 Topps #23 card and features some top corner wear. See photos for full condition assessment.
Sometimes Brett Favre did things the unconventional way, but the veteran QB always came to play on game day. The Hall of Famer along with two of his star tight ends, Frank Wycheck and Mark Chumura. All three placed bold black felt tip signatures (“9-10”) on this lithograph in a display (27-3/8″ x 33-5/8″).
Richie Ashburn captured two batting titles and was one of game’s top leadoff hitters during his days with the Phillies. The Hall of Famer placed a nice “7-8” black ballpoint signature on the sweet spot of this ONL (Coleman) baseball. The baseball is toned throughout.
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
LA Dodger stars signed this ONL (White) baseball Johnny Podres on the sweet spot. HOFers are Pee Wee Reese and Duke Snider Star players Joe Black, George “Shotgun” Shuba, Don Newcombe, Carl Erskine, Russ Meyer, and Clem Labine. Signatures signed in blue ballpoint pen and grades 9-10. Authentication: PSA/DNA Full Letter