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Director of Operations at Grey Flannel Auctions. A family-run business founded in 1989. GFA quickly transitioned into one of the industry's best authenticators and dealers of high profile sports memorabilia. Specializing in vintage game-used jerseys and high-end HOF autographs, GFA has held 49 catalog auctions satisfying collector needs. GFA continues to auction one-of-a-kind pieces; realizing record prices and private sales in excess of $75 Million.

Jordan’s “Flu Game” Sneakers Realize Over $104K In Grey Flannel’s Holiday Auction

More than 7,455 bids were placed on over 900 lots of premium-quality professional and collegiate sports memorabilia in our December 11 Holiday Auction, including the auction-topping and record-setting $104,765 bid to secure Michael Jordan’s “Flu Game” Sneakers from Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals.

The complete uniform and cleats worn by Brett Favre when he broke the NFL’s all-time touchdown record realized a total of $29,544.

Sam Byrd’s 1932 New York Yankees World Championship ring realized $65,048.

The fully illustrated online catalog for the December 11 sale, complete with prices realized, can be viewed on our website at http://www.GreyFlannelAuctions.com. For information on consigning to a future Grey Flannel sports memorabilia auction, call 631-288-7800, ext. 230; or email info@greyflannelauctions.com.


Sold For: $104,765


Sold For $29,544


Sold For: $65,048

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