BigNews.Biz - Oct 21,2016 - There's no debate that the authentic memorabilia signed by seven U.S. Presidents, dating as far back as the early 1900's, is sure to spark furious bidding in the Steiner Sports Memorabilia "Fall Classic Auction" in its last three days. Harry Truman, Woodrow Wilson, Calvin Coolidge, and Richard Nixon are among the American leaders featured collectibles on the auction block.
The auction concludes this Sunday, October 23, at 10:00 pm.
Visit www.auction.steinersports.com to bid.
Here's the full list:
28th President Woodrow Wilson Signed Cut Framed and Matted with Photo
30th President Calvin Coolidge Signed Autographed Check
33rd President Harry Truman Signed Cut
37th President Richard Nixon Signed Cut
38th President Heisman Hardcover Book Signed by President Gerald Ford and 38 Heisman Winners; signed Autographed 8x10 Photo; and signed Michigan Wolverines Full Size Helmet
41st President President George H. W. Bush Signed Autographed Perez Steele Postcard
43rd President George W. Bush Signed ‘41’ Book “A Portrait of my Father”; signed Commemorative Presidential Bar; and signed OMLB Baseball
Here are more details on the sports specifics of the Fall Classic Auction:
Select items from Yogi Berra, Don Larsen, Ottis Anderson, Mike Keenan and Marty Brodeur Memorabilia Collections in On-Line “Fall Classic” Auction at Steiner Sports
***Bidding Begins September 12 and Continues Through October 23***
New York—Sports icons including the late, legendary New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra, Yankees World Series “Perfect Game” pitcher Don Larsen, football Giants Super Bowl XXV MVP Ottis Anderson, Rangers Stanley Cup champion coach Mike Keenan, and Devils three-time Stanley Cup goaltender Marty Brodeur will be among the personal collections of memorabilia in an online auction through Steiner Sports Memorabilia. The “Fall Classic Auction” began on September 12, and continues through October 23.
Visit http://auction.steinersports.com/ to bid.
The treasure trove of memorabilia, called by Steiner “our biggest auction in history,” that includes a total of 2,500 gems for collectors is highlighted by select items from:
Berra’s 1953 World Series Championship ring, which was the only one of 10 title rings that the legend actually wore; his Hall of Fame ring and plaque presented upon his induction in 1972; and a vintage,1961 game-used, home pinstripe #8 jersey.
Larsen’s “Babe Ruth Award,” which was presented to the hurler as the 1956 World Series Most Valuable Player in recognition of his historic Fall Classic performance heads the Larsen lot.
Anderson’s Super Bowl MVP Trophy and a game-used jersey from the 1991 Super Bowl.
Keenan’s 1994 replica Stanley Cup presented to each team member by the NHL, and game-used jerseys of every captain that Keenan ever coached including Mark Messier.
A collection of game-used goalie sticks from many of Brodeur’s record-setting performances.
The Berra collection also includes a bevy of photographs, his driver's license, credit cards, signed checks, signed contracts, signed baseball cards and other personal documents.
Berra’s sons Larry, Tim and Dale Berra decided to give their father’s legion of fans the chance to own a piece of history. “It is a pleasure and honor for the Berra family to share dad’s