Victor Moreno & Kieta, founders of Memorabilia.Expert have a Mad, Mad, Mad March auction for collectors that ends on March 11th. Find all the goodies at www.Memorabilia.Expert.
Victor and Kieta have seen it all in their 30+ years in the collectible business. This dynamic duo are true memorabilia experts as their name concludes. They have sold and auctioned thousands of unique artifacts from Johnson & Johnson Estate, Yoko One, Johnny Unitas Family, Raiders Jack Tatum Estate, Mickey Mantle Greer Johnson Estate, Dominique Wilkins Estate, Penny Marshal to mention a few.
Based in the Sports and Entertainment capital in the world, Memorabilia.Expert has had its residency at the largest sports book in the world, Westgate Resort & Casino. This Casino was formerly the International Hotel, where Elvis performed for years. There is no better publicity a collection can get then to be promoted in the heart of Vegas.
March 11th will bring some mementos that have never hit the auction market. Five pieces really take the cake. First, is the holy grail of Marilyn Monroe memorabilia.
Marilyn Monroe Norma Jean Daugherty- First Movie Contract.
Princess Diana letter to her lover/driver Travis.
Liberace’s Rhinestone Piano. Directly from Liberace Estate. Provenacne
Liberace’s Bengal Stage Worn Coat
Janis Joplin Handwritten Letters-Very sexy content
1815 Venetian Wedding Gondola
Alexi Leonov’s Cosmonaut Military Uniform w/ Medals
Kieta laughs, and says “This is the most fun she I have had in getting an auction together. We have so many historical, vintage items that carry impeccable provenance. Memorabilia of this caliber is found rarely so even for myself, it’s and honor and it’s super exciting.”
This contract was signed when she was underage as Norma Jean Daugherty. A rare sentiment of the glorious icon. Contracts like this have easily fetched $30,000. Victor Moreno, excited to see such a contract exists, compares this to a Babe Ruth Rookie Contract. That 1918 Rookie contract sold for over $1 million back in 2014. Moreno, states $100k for Norma Jean’s contract- from one of her very first movies, is not a stretch. Bidding starts at $25,000.