BigNews.Biz - Apr 20,2017 - Steiner Sports is the leader in sports memorabilia, but rare collectibles from the worlds of music and television have added a new flair to the latest “Spring Fever Auction” on-line auction. A signed Elvis Presley framed check with a 24K gold Viva Las Vegas and Don't Be Cruel Records, an Elvis Presley and Mickey Mantle dual-signed/framed collage, and a Mick Jagger and Keith Richards autographed photo with tour passes are among the highlights. Other music giants featured include Billy Joel, Billie Joe Armstrong and The Who. The auction is underway and bidding continues through May 6.
The wide array of collectibles also includes: a Carrie Fisher signed Blaster Gun in a shadow box collage, a signed Honeymooners collage with Jackie Gleason, Joyce Meadows, Art Carney and Audrey Meadows, a Sylvester Stallone autographed Rocky Balboa original painting on the steps in Philadelphia, and an Arnold Schwarzenegger signed and framed photo.
The auction’s lynchpin collectibles has several presidential pieces, including a Barack Obama series executive trading gold president card, a Dwight Eisenhower signed and framed letter, a Bill Clinton framed autographed photo, an original Ulysses S. Grant 1868 election button, and a Jimmy Carter signed and framed photo.
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The original complete set of blueprints to architect the new Yankee Stadium construction; a tennis racket used by Pete Sampras in his first U.S. Open and Grand Slam victory in 1990; Mickey Mantle’s career 10K gold ring in its original Balfour box; and game-used bats by such baseball greats as Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, Elston Howard, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Mike Trout (first MVP season) are among the many sports-related highlights of a treasure-trove collection on the auction block.
Other rare memorabilia up for grabs also includes a Barry Bonds game-used Pittsburgh Pirates glove (circa 1990); the most prolific, multi-signed Hall of Fame bat featuring signatures of more than 60 greats; a baseball signed by 27 members of the old Brooklyn Dodgers; and rare autographed and game-used memorabilia from such baseball icons as Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio and Lou Gehrig, just to name a few.