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“Imagine” – John Lennon’s piano.

By Greg Blackham | November 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Almost 40 years ago, John Lennon sat down at his Steinway upright, situated in his bedroom at Tittenhurst Park, outside of London, and wrote the song “Imagine”. Lennon knew he had written something special. $2.08 million was paid for the piano upon which John Lennon composed the hit song “Imagine”. Offered is an upright, like the […]

Michael Jordan Game-Used Jersey Size Chart

By Kieta | October 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

For Jordan collectors trying to get authentication information in photomatching or doing preliminary research – we believe this is a pretty good Bulls Michael Jordan Game-Used Jersey Size Chart. 1984-85: 42, 44 1985-86: 44 1986-87: 44 1987-88: 44 1987-88: 42 (Promotional Use Only) 1988-89: 44 1988-89: 42 (Promotional Use Only) 1989-90: 44 1990-91: 44, 46 […]

What is an O.J. Simpson Game-Used USC Jersey Worth? $500,000? $1Million? Priceless?

By Kieta | July 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Whether the public believes that O.J. Simpson is guilty or not, collectors will continue to value his achievements on the field.  We try to remain neutral when selling O.J. collectibles, just offering the item for its rarity, historic significance and quality. When collecting game-used jersey’s, collectors will specifically collect running backs, and this collector cannot ignore […]

How To Organize Your Collection

By Kieta | July 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Documenting your antiques and collectibles Documenting your antiques and collectibles properly is very important.  I highly recommend taking the time to do this no matter how small or large your collection is. This will save you a lot of time and hassle. When you make an insurance claim for antiques and collectibles most insurance companies […]

Fishy MeiGray Group Tagging Surfaces

By Kieta | July 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Fishy MeiGray Group Tagging Surfaces on Game Used Hockey Jerseys – What to Look For Before Getting Duped! As Memorabilia Experts, we always have to watch out for “non authentic” tagging that always somehow seems to emerge from the depths. Someone made up their own version of a MeiGray Group tag. This one was found on […]

How to Start a Collection & 50+ Manly Collection Ideas

By Kieta | June 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Re-Posted from Jeremy Anderberg | July 9, 2014 Hobbies, Travel & Leisure Hobbies should be an important part of every man’s life, especially in our increasingly passive, and abstract world. In a previous post, we outlined a few benefits of having a favorite pastime, and offered a list of 45 manly hobbies for men to […]

Has The Digital Age Changed Sports Memorabilia Collecting?

By Kieta | June 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Yes. Absolutely.  Go directly to our current auction and see our auction line-up for this month to see what’s new! Where are all the kids lining up for autographs at sporting events? These days, it seems as though more adults are begging for signatures than their children. There is still nothing like the passion of a […]

Most Collectible Game-Used NFL Football Jersey’s

By Kieta | June 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

We choose this 1971-72 Jim Kiick Game-Worn Dolphins Jersey as one of the most historic and collectible NFL football jersey’s to collect.  It’s available now in auction. View it here. The Miami Dolphins played their first game on September 2, 1966 and were the first professional sports team in the state of Florida. Those waiting […]

The Great Super Bowl Jersey Caper

By Kieta | May 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

By Robert Klemko and Jenny Vrentas The initial subject of the investigation had been Tom Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey. Now authorities are also seeking to recover Brady’s Super Bowl XLIX jersey. One suspect, two items—at least. In August 2016, memorabilia dealer Brian Drent made plans to meet a client at Denver International Airport. Drent […]

1936 World Series Lou Gehrig Signed Home Run Ball Family Notarized Provenance Letter-JSA Full Letter

By Kieta | April 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

This is the Lou Gehrig Single-Signed World Series Home Run Ball Dated by Owner Oct. 3, 1936 – This is the actual Ball Hit By Lou Gehrig For a Home Run in the World Series.  This ball has never come out on the market, and was in a private collection for 72 years.  The family […]

“Imagine” – John Lennon’s piano.

By Greg Blackham | Nov 15, 2017

Almost 40 years ago, John Lennon sat down at his Steinway upright, situated in his bedroom at Tittenhurst Park, outside of London, and wrote the song “Imagine”. Lennon knew he had written something special. $2.08 million was paid for the piano upon which John Lennon composed the hit song “Imagine”. Offered is an upright, like the […]

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Chicago Bulls Michael Jordan Signed 16x20 Photo

Michael Jordan Game-Used Jersey Size Chart

By Kieta | Oct 30, 2017

For Jordan collectors trying to get authentication information in photomatching or doing preliminary research – we believe this is a pretty good Bulls Michael Jordan Game-Used Jersey Size Chart. 1984-85: 42, 44 1985-86: 44 1986-87: 44 1987-88: 44 1987-88: 42 (Promotional Use Only) 1988-89: 44 1988-89: 42 (Promotional Use Only) 1989-90: 44 1990-91: 44, 46 […]

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What is an O.J. Simpson Game-Used USC Jersey Worth? $500,000? $1Million? Priceless?

By Kieta | Jul 19, 2017

Whether the public believes that O.J. Simpson is guilty or not, collectors will continue to value his achievements on the field.  We try to remain neutral when selling O.J. collectibles, just offering the item for its rarity, historic significance and quality. When collecting game-used jersey’s, collectors will specifically collect running backs, and this collector cannot ignore […]

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How To Organize Your Collection

By Kieta | Jul 14, 2017

Documenting your antiques and collectibles Documenting your antiques and collectibles properly is very important.  I highly recommend taking the time to do this no matter how small or large your collection is. This will save you a lot of time and hassle. When you make an insurance claim for antiques and collectibles most insurance companies […]

Read More

Fishy MeiGray Group Tagging Surfaces

By Kieta | Jul 14, 2017

Fishy MeiGray Group Tagging Surfaces on Game Used Hockey Jerseys – What to Look For Before Getting Duped! As Memorabilia Experts, we always have to watch out for “non authentic” tagging that always somehow seems to emerge from the depths. Someone made up their own version of a MeiGray Group tag. This one was found on […]

Read More

How to Start a Collection & 50+ Manly Collection Ideas

By Kieta | Jun 29, 2017

Re-Posted from Jeremy Anderberg | July 9, 2014 Hobbies, Travel & Leisure Hobbies should be an important part of every man’s life, especially in our increasingly passive, and abstract world. In a previous post, we outlined a few benefits of having a favorite pastime, and offered a list of 45 manly hobbies for men to […]

Read More

Has The Digital Age Changed Sports Memorabilia Collecting?

By Kieta | Jun 15, 2017

Yes. Absolutely.  Go directly to our current auction and see our auction line-up for this month to see what’s new! Where are all the kids lining up for autographs at sporting events? These days, it seems as though more adults are begging for signatures than their children. There is still nothing like the passion of a […]

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1971-72 Jim Kiick Game-Worn Miami Dolphins Jersey From Undefeated Super Bowl Season - Photo-Matched, COA 100% Team Graded 19/20

Most Collectible Game-Used NFL Football Jersey’s

By Kieta | Jun 3, 2017

We choose this 1971-72 Jim Kiick Game-Worn Dolphins Jersey as one of the most historic and collectible NFL football jersey’s to collect.  It’s available now in auction. View it here. The Miami Dolphins played their first game on September 2, 1966 and were the first professional sports team in the state of Florida. Those waiting […]

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The Great Super Bowl Jersey Caper

By Kieta | May 22, 2017

By Robert Klemko and Jenny Vrentas The initial subject of the investigation had been Tom Brady’s Super Bowl LI jersey. Now authorities are also seeking to recover Brady’s Super Bowl XLIX jersey. One suspect, two items—at least. In August 2016, memorabilia dealer Brian Drent made plans to meet a client at Denver International Airport. Drent […]

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