The current auction is Clean Sweep’s unique to the industry two-day affordable card, autograph and memorabilia auction. Now open and closes over two days, April 5th and 6th.

This is BY FAR the strongest auction of this type that Clean Sweep Auctions has offered. The auction is absolutely loaded in so many categories, with a note to rare autographs, the deepest selection of baseball memorabilia and a terrific run of signed baseballs.

A two day auction, day one is baseball autographs, mainly flats, day two contains a smaller but quality selection of baseball cards, mainly from 1960 to the present, a selection from all of the major sports, a world of baseball memorabilia and ends with a large run of single and team-signed baseballs.

Day one starts with autographed cards. You’ll find many fine HOFer signed vintage cards, cards from Roger Maris, Mickey Mantle and many terrific Red Sox team lots from the 1950s and 1960s and other quality group lots. The auction continues with a solid selection of Perez Steele signed postcards from three different series. Collectors of Yellow HOF Plaques will see a very strong selection, with both scarcities and manageable group lots of several key players.

8x10 photos are always a key part of these auctions, and this is certainly the case here. Checking in at a full 100 different lots, there are classic HOFers, terrific multi-signed images and some scarcities/rarities as well. Autograph album pages are another high point of this auction, with note to a fresh collection of single signed pages signed in the 1940s. The content here is terrific, with note to Eddie Collins, Kiki Cuyler, Joe DiMaggio, Jimmie Foxx, Arky Vaughan and Ted Williams among others.

Here, you’ll find a strong offering of 3x5s, with a good mix of HOFers and rarities, including Harry Agganis and Paul Waner. There are many fine cuts, including a pre-accident Campy, a Rookie Mickey Mantle, Herb Pennock, Branch Rickey, Arky Vaughan, Ed Walsh and Tom Yawkey. GPC collectors will see desirable pieces from Mort Cooper, Bill Doak and Arlie Latham among others. Day one concludes with many interesting signed large prints, signed jerseys, desirable vintage signed programs, hats, photos and all sorts of other signed items.

Day two starts with baseball cards. Offered are many high grade Topps sets from the 1970s onward and quality group lots, some very clean partial sets and high number runs from the 1960s and 1970s. There is a run of better early 1980s unopened product and many higher powered group lots from the 1970s and 1980s with a world of stars and Rookie cards. Baseball singles go back to the 1950s, and include a 1952 Star Cal Decal of Willie Mays and a nice run of clean Topps star cards from 1960-1967.

Basketball comes next, with many better 1990s team balls, a Michael Jordan signed mini basketball and more.

Football is a big part of this auction, with note to an outstanding selection of signed Goal Line postcards. The fruits of the work of a very discriminating and hard-working collector, this has virtually every key card and an outstanding single lot of over 200 different pieces. You’ll find many signed football jerseys and signed footballs in this auction. There is very solid content here. 

Baseball memorabilia has as many lots, starting with nearly 75 lots of vintage pubs going back to the 1930s. It is Clean Sweep Auctions’ deepest offering ever of bats, with a note to nearly 40 different lots of signed bats, many good black bats and over 30 different lots of game-used and related bats. It continues with a nice offering of tickets, including many World Series tickets going back to the 1950s and some tough full tickets. There is a run of vintage pins, some interesting pennants going back to the 1940s and a truly eclectic and interesting offering of baseball memorabilia in many categories.

Signed baseballs conclude the auction. You’ll find over 200 different lots of single signed baseballs, with many HOFers, rarities, stars and many quality group lots. Team balls go back to the 1930s, checking in with nearly 80 lots. There are high grade team balls from the 1940s through the 1960s, All Star balls and Championship team balls among much more. There are also some terrific quality All Star balls from the 1990s through 2008 that are special.

Be sure to visit www.cleansweepauctions.com and bid before this two day auction ends April 5th and 6th, 2017.

Any questions, please contact Clean Sweep Auctions at 516 338 8557, or via email at [email protected]

Clean Sweep Auctions
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Port Washington New York 11050
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