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Sports and Americana Auction

April 27th & 28th 2006

 

www.Lelands.com

Josh Evans, President

3947 Merrick Road
Seaford, NY 11783 
phone (516) 409-9700 
fax (516) 409-9797 
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April 27th-28th 2006

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There are 1136 lots in this auction. SportsAntiques.com has identified the following 31 as exceptional. 

 

TOP THREE PICKS
No. 1 No. 2 No. 3

SOLD FOR

$69,264.70

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LOT 432

1932 Jimmi Foxx American League Most Valuable player trophy

SOLD FOR

$26,085.85

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LOT 456

1888 Kimble, Champions of 

Games and Sports poster

 

SOLD FOR

$3,687.64

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LOT 199

Joe DiMaggio's 1986 Florida drivers license 

4th runner up

SOLD FOR

$1,014.10

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LOT 731

1920's "Sandy Andy" 

Full Back Tin Toy 

IN ORIGINAL BOX

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At the bottom is a list of all 31 items, each with a link to its listing on Lelands.com.

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18 BASEBALL 2 FOOTBALL
2 BOXING 2 GOLF

1 BICYCLING

1 HOCKEY

5 NON SPORT

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There are 1136 lots in this auction. SportsAntiques.com has identified 31 lots below as exceptional display pieces

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BASEBALL

Lot 186

SOLD FOR

$6,693.08

Signed photo of Babe Ruth choosing his bat 

Lot 199

SOLD FOR

$3,138.42

Joe DiMaggio's 1986 

Florida drivers license 

Lot 432

SOLD FOR

$69,264.70

1932 Jimmi Foxx American League Most Valuable player trophy

Lot 456

SOLD FOR

$26,085.85

1888 Kimble, Champions of 

Games and Sports poster

Lot 465

SOLD FOR

$755.61

1920's Loyd Waner Lucky 

Strike trolly car sign

Lot 484

SOLD FOR

$355.44

Original Stall & Dean advertising sign

Lot 503

SOLD FOR

$831.17

 Circa 1910 paper fan 

with major league 

baseball players

Lot 505

SOLD FOR

$838.09

 National and American League ashtrays

  Lot 516

SOLD FOR

$3,593.16

 1957 Jackie Robinson NAACP Advertising Poster

Lot 532

SOLD FOR

$567.70

1890 Brooklyn vs. 

Chicago baseball program

Lot 598

SOLD FOR

$19,762.08

  Fantastic 1920's Boston Red Sox Sweater

Lot 609

SOLD FOR

$2,518.72

1955 Ted Williams Sugar Crisp Advertising Sign 

Lot 639

SOLD FOR

$1,781.69

 Hanging Bronze 

Sculpture of Ted Williams

 Lot 640

SOLD FOR

$352.50

Ted Williams 

Bronze Sculpture

Lot 701

SOLD FOR

$587.50

1890's Baseball 

Candy Container

Lot 703

SOLD FOR

$1,676.23

Turn of the Century 

Baseball Candy Container

 Lot 704

SOLD FOR

$1,338.61

19th Century 

Baseball Tintype

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FOOTBALL

 Lot 727 

SOLD FOR

$3,939.89

Pair Of Walter Camp 

Original Cabinet Photographs circa 1880

Lot 731

SOLD FOR

$1,014.10

 1920's "Sandy Andy" 

Full Back Tin Toy 

In Original Box

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BOXING

Lot 167

SOLD FOR

$589.48

Rocky Graziano 

Original Fight Poster

 

Lot 181

SOLD FOR

$439.23

 

Joe Louis WWII 

Recruitment Poster

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GOLF

Lot 806

SOLD FOR

$4,163.17

Bobby Jones 

Vintage Signed Photo

Lot 808

SOLD FOR

$1,472.46

Rare Bobby Jones Golf Series Viewer With 6 Films

BICYCLING

Lot 813

SOLD FOR

$1,771.56

1880's Advertising Lithograph for "Star" High-Wheel Bicycle H.B. Smith Machine Works 

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HOCKEY

Lot 824

SOLD FOR

$3,352.40

Bobby Orr Boston 

Bruins Equipment Bag

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NON SPORT

Lot 1083

SOLD FOR

$426.53

1888 New England 

Fair Lithograph in 

Original Frame

Lot 1088

SOLD FOR

$1,144.88

Circa 1927 Charles Lindbergh Red Man Tobacco Advertising Poster

Lot 1092

SOLD FOR

$1,331.00

 Turn of the Century "Klondike Paint" Gold 

Rush Tin Sign

Lot 1097

SOLD FOR

$1,259.38

 1906 Marlin Firearms Advertising Poster by Philip R. Goodwin (14"x24")

Lot 1098

SOLD FOR

$1,523.85

Norman Rockwell Large Limited Edition Signed 

Print from Saturday 

Evening Post Cover 

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