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Old 02-16-2019, 11:03 AM
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Default Heritage basically call Lelands & SCP non-major auction houses

https://sports.ha.com/itm/baseball/1...ription-071515

"Even with a massive 23,864-person crowd in the stands at Kansas City's Ruppert Stadium, this is the first time this historic piece has been offered in a major auction. "


oh really?.....

https://auction.lelands.com/bids/bidplace?itemid=67495 - $433

https://catalog.scpauctions.com/bids...e?itemid=17796 -$356


or they do piss poor research.


........and I've seen a few pop up on Ebay from time to time, I know, I bought one on Ebay a year ago.

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Old 02-16-2019, 11:52 AM
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from lelands website:

Lelands is the Most Respected, Trusted and Informed Sports Card and Memorabilia Auction House in the World

i doubt much research went into that either
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Who here believes most of what they read in an auction description?
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only when people tell me the descriptions are the most well written in the hobby.
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Actually, if someone asked me to name the major auction houses I would name Heritage and REA. There is a group of others, including those mentioned, which I would classify as midsize, and a group of smaller auctions. Just one man’s opinion.

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I would put Lelands, Hunts, Goldin and SCP in the "major" category. All have handled countless items that have sold in the "6 Figures" range.
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Actually, if someone asked me to name the major auction houses I would name Heritage and REA. There is a group of others, including those mentioned, which I would classify as midsize, and a group of smaller auctions. Just one man’s opinion.
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Actually, if someone asked me to name the major auction houses I would name Heritage and REA. There is a group of others, including those mentioned, which I would classify as midsize, and a group of smaller auctions. Just one man’s opinion.
Yep, no one else operates on their scale. Now that I'm strictly memorabilia, my 'major' group includes Lelands and Hunt. I hope LOTG keeps growing, as Al is setting a great example of how auction houses should operate.
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Yep, no one else operates on their scale. Now that I'm strictly memorabilia, my 'major' group includes Lelands and Hunt. I hope LOTG keeps growing, as Al is setting a great example of how auction houses should operate.
Hear, hear.
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Yep, no one else operates on their scale. Now that I'm strictly memorabilia, my 'major' group includes Lelands and Hunt. I hope LOTG keeps growing, as Al is setting a great example of how auction houses should operate.
Well said Scott.
Collecting mostly antique baseball and hockey memorabilia now, I love drooling over some of the past Lelands and Hunt offerings from over the years.
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