Summer auction will include 100 Premium Lots Live at The National on July 31st and 1000+ Lots in the Catalog Auction Closing on August 8th at www.GoldinAuctions.com

WEST BERLIN, NJ – MAY 7, 2015 – Last summer, Goldin Auctions’ Babe Ruth 100th Anniversary Live Auction made national headlines and saw many record prices realized.  This year, the company’s summer event will feature both a Live Auction at The National Sports Collector’s Convention in Chicago on July 31st and a conventional catalog/online auction at www.GoldinAuctions.com through August 8th

Goldin Auctions is currently accepting consignments for both the Premium Live Auction at The National as well as the summer catalog auction through May 26th.   The 100 live auction items must have an appraised value of at least $10,000.  To consign an item, visit www.GoldinAuctions.com or call 856-767-8550 or email [email protected].

Thus far the live auction, which will be held at the Muvico 18 Theater in Rosemont, IL, located just a mile from the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center includes dozens of featured items including: a Babe Ruth game-used and signed bat; a Ruth game worn Yankees cap; Christy Mathewson’s 1905 World Series bat; a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA NM-MT 8; a 1933 Goudey Nap Lajoie PSA NM 7; a Hank Greenberg game used and signed Tigers cap and more.  A preview of the Live auction items will be posted at www.GoldinAuctions.com in June.

“If you have been on the fence about consigning your items for auction, now is the time as nearly all of the hobby’s top sports collectors attend the National and will be among our bidders,” explained Ken Goldin, Founder of Goldin Auctions.  “Just like last year’s historic Babe Ruth 100th Anniversary Auction we will have a spectacular array of memorabilia and extensive promotional efforts that will make this a special event for the industry.”

About Goldin Auctions

Sports memorabilia impresario Ken Goldin has sold more than $600 million in memorabilia from many of the biggest names in sports, history and pop culture and was the pioneer of using the medium of television to sell sports memorabilia. Earlier this year, Goldin Auctions sold Babe Ruth's 1918 contract for a record $1.02 million. The previous year they sold a Honus Wagner T206 card for a public sale record $2.1 million. Goldin Auctions strives to break new ground and offer collectors the best in collectible treasures up for auction in the marketplace. All game worn or autographed items come with team, player, league or additional LOA from industry leading authenticators; and collectors can bid with confidence that their proxy/ceiling bids remain confidential. For more information, visit www.goldinauctions.com.