Important Sports Memorabilia Collection
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Sale Location
Washtenaw Farm Council Fairgrounds 5055 Ann Arbor Saline Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Sale Dates and Times
Saturday Aug 10, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Sale Type
 Live Auction 
Company Information
American Eagle Auction & Appraisal Company

Contact: Kenny Lindsay
Phone: 734-223-3277
Email: productionline@msn.com
Website: www.MichiganAuctionCompany.com

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The Super Auction Partial Terms
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Kenny Lindsay's
AMERICAN EAGLE AUCTION & APPRAISAL COMPANY

Presents

 

SPORTS MEMORABILIA COLLECTION
at
THE SUPER AUCTION

There will be two sports sessions total with the 1st starting @ 1:00pm


Saturday, August 10, 2019 @ 2:00 PM

This is a vast collection of various sports memorabilia that includes but not limited to; Vintage Sports Cards, Programs, Periodicals, Autographs, Figurines, Jersey's and much more at The Super Auction.

If you have a collection of sports memorabilia that you would like to include in The Super Auction, be sure to reach out to us today.

HONORABLE MENTION

Circa 1856 hand-written letter by The Father of Baseball, Alexander J. Cartright.  
Alexander Joy Cartwright (April 17, 1820 - July 12, 1892) was a New York bookseller and founder of the Knickerbocker Base Ball Club who is considered the "official" inventor of the modern game of baseball. In 1845, Cartwright and a committee from his club created a set of rules in use by the Knickerbockers and based on an English game called "rounders." The original 14 rules were somewhat similar to -- but not identical to -- the English sport. Among Cartwright’s ideas was a diamond-shaped playing field, foul territory, three strikes per batter, and a uniform distance between bases. The US Congress formally declared the "father of baseball" in 1953. Cartwright was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1938.

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Important Sports Memorabilia Collection

American Eagle Auction & Appraisal Company

American Eagle Auction & Appraisal Company


Contact: Kenny Lindsay
Phone: 734-223-3277
Sale Location
Washtenaw Farm Council Fairgrounds 5055 Ann Arbor Saline Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Sale Dates and Times
Saturday Aug 10, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Sale Terms and Conditions
The Super Auction Partial Terms
Listing Details

Kenny Lindsay's
AMERICAN EAGLE AUCTION & APPRAISAL COMPANY

Presents

 

SPORTS MEMORABILIA COLLECTION
at
THE SUPER AUCTION

There will be two sports sessions total with the 1st starting @ 1:00pm


Saturday, August 10, 2019 @ 2:00 PM

This is a vast collection of various sports memorabilia that includes but not limited to; Vintage Sports Cards, Programs, Periodicals, Autographs, Figurines, Jersey's and much more at The Super Auction.

If you have a collection of sports memorabilia that you would like to include in The Super Auction, be sure to reach out to us today.

HONORABLE MENTION

Circa 1856 hand-written letter by The Father of Baseball, Alexander J. Cartright.  
Alexander Joy Cartwright (April 17, 1820 - July 12, 1892) was a New York bookseller and founder of the Knickerbocker Base Ball Club who is considered the "official" inventor of the modern game of baseball. In 1845, Cartwright and a committee from his club created a set of rules in use by the Knickerbockers and based on an English game called "rounders." The original 14 rules were somewhat similar to -- but not identical to -- the English sport. Among Cartwright’s ideas was a diamond-shaped playing field, foul territory, three strikes per batter, and a uniform distance between bases. The US Congress formally declared the "father of baseball" in 1953. Cartwright was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1938.

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Important Sports Memorabilia Collection
 Live Auction
 
Sale Date(s)
Saturday Aug 10, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Sale Location
Washtenaw Farm Council Fairgrounds 5055 Ann Arbor Saline Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Company
American Eagle Auction & Appraisal Company

Contact: Kenny Lindsay
Phone: 734-223-3277
Email: productionline@msn.com
Website: www.MichiganAuctionCompany.com

Kenny Lindsay's
AMERICAN EAGLE AUCTION & APPRAISAL COMPANY

Presents

 

SPORTS MEMORABILIA COLLECTION
at
THE SUPER AUCTION

There will be two sports sessions total with the 1st starting @ 1:00pm


Saturday, August 10, 2019 @ 2:00 PM

This is a vast collection of various sports memorabilia that includes but not limited to; Vintage Sports Cards, Programs, Periodicals, Autographs, Figurines, Jersey's and much more at The Super Auction.

If you have a collection of sports memorabilia that you would like to include in The Super Auction, be sure to reach out to us today.

HONORABLE MENTION

Circa 1856 hand-written letter by The Father of Baseball, Alexander J. Cartright.  
Alexander Joy Cartwright (April 17, 1820 - July 12, 1892) was a New York bookseller and founder of the Knickerbocker Base Ball Club who is considered the "official" inventor of the modern game of baseball. In 1845, Cartwright and a committee from his club created a set of rules in use by the Knickerbockers and based on an English game called "rounders." The original 14 rules were somewhat similar to -- but not identical to -- the English sport. Among Cartwright’s ideas was a diamond-shaped playing field, foul territory, three strikes per batter, and a uniform distance between bases. The US Congress formally declared the "father of baseball" in 1953. Cartwright was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1938.