SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Sports memorabilia collectors know the holiday season has arrived when Grey Flannel Auctions announces its December catalog. That time has come, with almost 1,000 generously illustrated, premium-quality lots now available to peruse and bid on at www.GreyFlannelAuctions.com. All major sports are represented, with an emphasis on provenance, authenticity and rarity throughout.
Headlining the auction is Dallas Cowboys Hall Of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman’s game-worn and unwashed jersey from his 4-touchdown MVP performance in Super Bowl XXVII against the Buffalo Bills. Quite possibly the most sought after modern football piece to ever enter the market, this jersey has been unquestionably photo-matched and graded a perfect 10. A true collector’s prize and piece of football history. Offered as Lot #555 - Current Bid at $18,997.
The only known complete run of tickets from every World Series game the New York Yankees have played, an incredible 225 in total, opens the catalog. The iconic Yankees franchise has compiled an astounding MLB leading 27 World Series Championships and an unbelievable 27-13 record in the World Series. All of the tickets have been encapsulated and graded authentic by PSA/DNA. A truly unique and magnificent piece of baseball history for baseball’s most storied and successful franchise. Offered as Lot #1 - Current Bid at $19,489.
“Pistol” Pete Maravich’s photo-matched jersey likely worn during his career-high 68 point performance against the New York Knicks is up for grabs. The front player number “7” shows a progressive wear pattern that has been conclusively matched to multiple contests, tracking its usage throughout the schedule. Likely worn for more than a full season by what many consider the greatest creative offensive talent in history. You would be hard pressed to find a better Jazz Maravich in existence. Offered as Lot #303 - Current Bid at $11,794.
A hobby-fresh turn of the century Princeton Tigers game-used football uniform is a stunning display piece. This rare artifact is the earliest known collegiate item with positive player identification to ever hit the market. Worn by All-American Norman Tooker in the 1905 season, this uniform features unique leather pads on both the shoulders and knees and the pants contain booties on the feet that went directly into the cleats. This relic is in incredible condition considering its age and displays magnificently. A one-of-a-kind piece that represents the history of college football. Offered as Lot #493 - Current Bid at $3,025.