Stylish wrist fixtures made to match everything
Pristine, never-worn 1970s Breitling watches discovered in a long-forgotten Swiss vault, for watch collectors or guys big on bragging rights
For the true fan, truly unique sports memorabilia requires little introduction. With that in mind, we'll let the pieces in this sale speak for themselves. Highlights include: a New York Yankees jersey signed by the great Mickey Mantle, a boxing glove signed by Mike Tyson, and a signed football by the 1962 Green Bay Packers championship team. There’s even a signed baseball by Babe Ruth himself.
Just in time for Opening Day, we’ve got a ton of incredible memorabilia commemorating America’s favorite pastime. (For the record, that’s baseball, not watching reality TV.) While we could wax poetic on the historical importance of the items on sale, we’ll let the pieces speak for themselves. Highlights include signed balls by Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski, a Derek Jeter rookie card, a Duke Snider signed jersey, and our favorite – a signed ball by Pete Rose that states, “Hits 4256, Steroids 0.”