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More than 1,250 lots of eclectic sports, entertainment, history and pop culture memorabilia up for bids just in time for the holidays at

RUNNEMEDE, NJ – DECEMBER 6, 2017 – Collectors of sports, entertainment, historical artifacts or pop-culture memorabilia, will finish their holiday shopping this weekend as the Goldin Auctions 2017 Holiday Auction ends on Saturday night, December 9 at

The annual Holiday Auction includes 1,250 lots of sports, entertainment, history and pop-culture memorabilia. The company is also currently accepting consignments for its 2018 auctions. Here is a look at some of the marquee items and the current bids as of December 6 at Noon ET.


Lot #2 – 1950 Ted Williams Rare Model Bat Game Used, Signed and Inscribed “my personal best bat” (Current Bid: $28,000)

Lot #52 – 1951/52 Parkhurst #66 Gordie Howe Rookie Card PSA NM-MT 8 (Current Bid: $28,000)

Lot #1 – Ric “The Nature Boy” Flair’s scarlet and silver sequined robe worn at WCW and WWE, matches from 2000-2003. The inside of the robe is signed and inscribed “To be the man you’ve got to beat the man!” (Current Bid: $20,000)

Lot #78 – 1954 Topps #128 Hank Aaron rookie card PSA NM-MT 8 (Current Bid: $18,000)

Lot #156 – 1986-87 Fleer #57 Michael Jordan Rookie Card PSA GEM MT 10 (Current Bid $16,000)

Lot #90 – 1955 Topps #164 Roberto Clemente rookie card PSA NM-MT 8 (Current Bid: $15,000)

Lot #5 – Stephen Curry 2016 NBA Finals Game 4 & 6, Used, Signed & Inscribed & Photo Matched Warriors Road Jersey. Certified by Fanatics, Curry COA and Sports Investors (Current Bid $13,000)

Lots #10-16 – The Dick Williams Collection including Williams’ 1972 Oakland A’s World Series Trophy (Current Bid $14,000); 1999 Yankees World Series Ring (Current Bid: $13,000)

Lot #3 – 1921-31 Babe Ruth game-used bat (Current Bid: $10,000)

Lot #8 – 1975 Terry Bradshaw game used Steelers home jersey (Current Bid: $10,000)

Lot #4 – 1998 Shaquille O’Neal game used, signed and photo matched Lakers home jersey dated Feb. 4, 1998. (Current Bid: $7,000)


Lot #202 – Complete 103-card 1999 Pokeman 1st edition PSA Gem MT 10 (Current Bid: $37,000)

Lot #1081 – Jimi Hendrix worn multi-color suede vest (Current Bid: $8,000)

Lots #1086-1093 – Tupac Shakur State of Nevada Death Certificate (Opening Bid $5,000)

Lot #1072 – 1964 Beatles signed photo card, letter and ticket (Current Bid: $5,000)

Lot #1078 – A copy of Tom Cruise’s twice signed Top Gun contract (Current Bid: $5,000)


Lot #1083 – Abraham Lincoln signed 2.25”x3.5” photo graded PSA/DNA Mint 9 (Current Bid: $29,000)

Lot #1082 – Barack Obama 2008 Democratic Convention in Denver. The 54-page binder includes several hand-written notations and comes with impeccable documentation. (Current Bid: $25,000)

Lot #1071 – 1959 Malcolm X signed typed letter to Elijah Muhammad with content about his strained relationship with his wife (Current Bid: $10,000)

Lot #1067 – 1793 Thomas Jefferson signed Indian Trade Proclamation (Current Bid: $10,000)

Lot #1065 – 19th Century 52nd Congress and Politicians multi-signed autograph book with 288 signatures including Wilson, Coolidge, F. Roosevelt and Cleveland. (Opening Bid $10,000)

Lot #1084 – 1963 Christmas card signed by President Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy (Current Bid: $6,500)

About Goldin Auctions

Sports memorabilia impresario Ken Goldin has sold more than $700 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. Over the past few years, Goldin Auctions sold Babe Ruth’s 1918 contract for a record $1.02 million, a Honus Wagner T206 card for a public sale record $3.12 million, the Mike Piazza Post-9/11 home run jersey for $365,000, and the 1979-80 Wayne Gretzky PSA 10 rookie card for a record $465,000. 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