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 10th and 11th, 2019. Nearly all of the auction items have a retail value of $500 or less and low minimum bids. This particular auction has been a particular pleasure to put together as there are all sorts of unique, interesting and fresh items throughout the auction.
The auction takes place over two days. Day one is all about baseball autographs. The auction starts with autographed cards, including a nice run of slabbed 1964 Topps Giants, desirable 1978 Grand Slam HOFers/ scarcities and a very strong run of signed Yellow HOF Plaques.
The auction continues with a very large selection of signed 8x10 photos, with emphasis on both HOFers and scarcities. There are some quality 3x5s and cuts, including a vintage Campanella. You’ll find that this auction has some fine looking full team signed sheets from the 1960s, signed equipment including a Koufax Cooperstown Collection jersey, many better signed cachets, including group lots and much more.
Collectors of vintage signed magazines and programs should love this auction, finding a fresh run of high quality programs signed by Aaron, DiMaggio, Mays, Stengel and Williams among many others.
Single signed baseball collectors will have hundreds of lots to peruse, including many very tough deceased players, a large run of HOF singles and many balls with desirable inscriptions. There are many better group lots of single signed balls at the end of this section.
Team and multi-signed balls close out day one. These go back to the 1930s, and offer a very eclectic mix of key teams, All Star Game balls and some top condition team balls.
Day two starts with baseball cards. These span over 100 years. Highlights include a fine run of 1947-1966 Exhibits with many scarcities, four 1950 Drakes slabbed cards, many interesting better oddball items from the 1960s and the 1970s, clean 1960s star cards and common lots and also some complete sets. There is a selection of 1964 Stand Ups with a Mantle and Yaz, 1964 Topps Venezuela cards with HOFers and quality unopened packs and boxes from the mid-1970s through the mid-1980s in this section.
Basketball comes next, including many fine signed items from classic HOF players, a small offering of cards and many quality pubs going back to the 1940s. Boxing collectors will see some nicer Ali signed items and a mix of autographs and memorabilia.
Football is always a big part of these auctions. The current auction has a fine run of uncommon football pubs going back to the 1940s, many signed items and a nice selection of clean single cards, lots and sets from the 1950s through the 1980s. Hockey collectors will some many nice contemporary signed items from key HOFers, pub lots back to the 1930s and clean cards going back to the 1950s with some better 1980s wax.
Baseball memorabilia closes out the auction. One of Clean Sweep Auctions’ best offerings, it begins with a wide range of baseball pubs, including many scarce programs and Baseball Magazines from 1909-1910. There is a big run of antique bats, our largest offering ever of vintage bobbin head dolls, there are pennant lots, pin lots and many more interesting and unusual memorabilia items.
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Clean Sweep Auctions would like to thank their many loyal bidders and consignors for making the recent January 31, 2019 auction a tremendous success. Currently accepting consignments and buying items outright for their next major auction, set to go live in early May 2019.