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Auction Location: 1521 93rd Ln NE, Blaine, MN 55449
Phone: 651-336-1185Lot Categories: Collectibles (86), Trading Cards (61), Memorabilia (53), Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (11), Home Decor (6), Books/Magazines (6), Sporting Goods (5), Small Housewares (4), Antiques/Vintage (3), Hobbies/Music (1)
01/02/2021 07:05 pm
Peyton Manning, Edgerrin James, and Marvin Harrison autographs all in one place. Three certain hall of famers together where they belong.
Full size Indianapolis Colts NFL Helmet. No COA
Wilson NFL All Pro football signed by a force of nature. One need not be a Baltimore Ravens fan to appreciate the legend. No COA.
Did he really have to break Gehrig's record? We sigh, for now there are no more worlds to conquer. No COA.
John Alt led the Columbia Heights Hylanders to the 1979 AA (big school) Minnesota state high school football championship. We've heard that he had a heck of a pro career with the Kansas City Chiefs - even making All-Pro, but here in the Heights we're holding on to our past glory. It's kind of all we've got left.
Cleats believed to be Game Worn. Size 14.5. No COA.
This metal wall hanging is autographed by the most accurate placekicker in American history, Justin Tucker himself. No COA.
Carl Eller signed Rawlings football - Hall of Fame class of 2004. No COA.
We didn't get to see Newcombe pitch, but we hear great things.
For the big Romo fan out there that knows how great of a golfer Tony is. Has came to close to making the tour multiple times. No COA.
On April 17, 1981 the former Minnesota Twins' Hammerin' Harmon Killebrew wrote out a check to AFTRA (American Federation of Television & Radio Artists?) in the amount of $147.50.
The check's signature has been certified authentic by Professional Sports Authenticators. For added security, the autograph is marked with an invisible DNA ink daub that will only illuminate under special infrared light.
Part cutaway artwork, part mirror. Features a unique wood frame painted silver and designed to have the look of tire tread.
Measurements: 41.5" wide x 30" tall
Official NCAA football autographed by Percy Harvin. The football is also inscribed 06 08 champs, a reference to Harvin's college team, The Gators, winning the BCS National Championship in both 2006 and 2008. Harvin went on to have a good NFL career including a stop with the Minnesota Vikings. No COA.
New NY Mets autographed Tim Tebow Baseball. No COA
Lewis was heavy hitter on the college level as well for the Hurricanes. Item is in excellent condition. No COA.
Comes with many game pieces, including Minnesota and St. Louis players.
Some wear to box, but overall this game appears to be in great shape. Please review photos carefully for a complete visual description.
Measurements: 36" x 21"
Yep. Griffey is here representing the set that launched the glossy high-quality card stock era.
Measurements: 31.25" wide x 23.5" tall
Vintage Louisville Slugger 33 inch Carl Yastrzemski wood baseball bat. Minor wear throughout; see photos for details.
Nike Dri-Fit shirt signed by KAT. Great for any collector or fan of the Wolves. Men's Medium. No COA.
Nicely framed, matted and ready for display.
Measurements: 43.25" wide x 17.5" tall
This life size cutout is a must have for any Simpsons diehard. There's a crease across his mouth but otherwise he's in good shape .
Measurements: 69" tall x 23" wide
Signed by Jim Marshall. Ron Yary, Carl Eller, Chuck Foreman, Paul Krause, Bob Lurtsema, Stu Voigt, and many more. No COA.
1934 Play Football board game with great graphics. Water damage to front cover; see photos. Comes with playing board (actually just the interior of the bottom portion of the box), two wood playing pieces and spinning wheel.
Measurements: 9.5" wide x 14" tall
Statis Pro / Sports Illustrated basketball board game
Manufactured in 1981 by the Avalon Hill Game Company.
Unsure if all pieces are intact.
Comes with everything pictured. Please review photos carefully.
Looks complicated, but anything with a pop-o-matic bubble is guaranteed to be fun.
Lot includes the following Super Bowl patches and info cards:
•Super Bowl I Green Bay Packers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
•Super Bowl XXIII San Francisco 49ers vs. Cincinatti Bengals
•Super Bowl XII Dallas Cowboys vs. Denver Broncos
•Super Bowl XV Oakland Raiders vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Includes the following pins: Frank Gatzki, Joe Namath, Pete Rozelle, Roger Staubach, O.J. Simpson and 1985 Canton, Ohio Pro Football Hall of Fame. Pins are secured on a velvet backing, and the whole piece is framed.
Framed set of 1992 Pro Football Hall of Fame pins. Players represented include John Mackey, John Riggins and Al Davis, among others.
Framed display piece featuring multiple pins commemorating the 1987 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees: Larry Csonka, Len Dawson, Joe Greene, John Henry Johnson, Jim Langer, John Maynard and Gene Upshaw.
Framed set of pins commemorating the 1990 Football Hall of Fame inductees: Junious (Buck) Buchanan, Bob Griese, Franco Harris, Ted Hendricks, Jack Lambert and Tom Landry.
Framed display piece commemorating the four men who were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989: Mel Blount, Terry Bradshaw, Art Shell and Willie Wood.
Framed pins commemorating the 1991 inductees to the Pro Football Hall of Fame: Earl Campbell, John Hannah, Stan Jones, Tex Schramm and Jan Stenerud.
We never called him Jim Grant. Always Mudcat to us. Always the picture of class. No COA.
Pair of framed and matted prints showcasing the homes of the Boston Red Sox and the Baltimore Orioles.
An ode to two baseball stadiums no longer standing: Ebbets Field in Brooklyn, New York was the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1913 to 1957. It was demolished in 1960. The Mile High Stadium was home to the Denver Bears and, later, the Denver Broncos. It was demolished in 2002.
Measurements: 29.5" long x 11.5" tall
Made for children from the time when men were men and kids were, too.
World Champions even if Herbie did indeed pull Gant off the bag.
Product of Winona, Minnesota. Not a tough city, but sure is pretty.
American League Champions full size pennant.
No holdovers from 1969 on the 1987 squad -young Blyleven missed the cut by a year.
Bonin won the Baker, but Puckett would never play again. Such is life.
The man just never struck out.
Brand new box of 12 golf balls. Designed for better distance. Matte orange.
Limited Edition 187/500 Tom Donaghue signed print.
It started as Jimmy "The Greek's" Football Handbook, but his name disappears after 1981. El Greco must have said something taboo.
This sale was made for sports memorabilia fans! You'll find heaps of AUTOGRAPHED items, collectible cards and all sorts of other sports related memorabilia. Sports collecting not really your thing? There are also some new Nike shoes, Golf Balls as well as some fun oddball items peppered throughout.
|Bid Range||Minimum Increment|
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|$0.00 - $4,999.99||13.00%|
|$5,000.00 - infinity||10.00%||$1,000.00|
This auction is contracted and managed by: Nordeast Resale
Manager: Alexander Fernandez
1521 93rd Ln NE