The Standard of the Industry

Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. (Home of the All Star Dealers) is the industry leader in sports memorabilia auctions and sports memorabilia appraisals. For over two decades, we have been helping sports collectors buy and sell their game-used/game-worn jerseys, as well as other collectibles. We pride ourselves in carrying the most desirable NBA, ABA, MLB and NFL memorabilia. We have auctioned off items such as Babe Ruth’s “Called Shot” New York Yankees Game-Used Jersey from the 1932 World Series, Pete Maravich’s LSU Game-Used Jersey, Julius Erving’s 1976 ABA All-Star Game-Used & Slam Dunk Contest Worn Uniform, and Charles White’s 1979 Heisman Trophy Award. There is no doubt that we have earned our title as “The Standard of the Industry” when it comes to game-used jerseys. Grey Flannel Auctions has been selected as the official appraisers, authenticators, and licensees of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, and the NFL Alumni. We are also marketing partners and supporters of the National Basketball Retired Players Association and The Babe Ruth Birthplace Foundation. If you are looking to sell sports memorabilia or get a free sports memorabilia appraisal look no further.

One Comment on “The Standard of the Industry”

  1. George Washabaugh February 24, 2013 at 10:31 pm #

    I have a baseball probably over 60 years old. Numerous autographs of the then Pittsburgh Pirates. Names like Jeff Chambers. I know nothing about baseball and no idea if this baseball is worth anything? Can you help with the value of this baseball?

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