Tag Archives: NY Yankees

Summer Games Early Auction Previews

Contact us today about a free non-binding auction estimate + advanced catalog placement. Now accepting consignments for our Summer Games catalog. Don’t risk getting shut out of this power-packed sale. Generous cash advances are readily available towards your Premier Consignments and collections. If you have ever considered consigning to a Grey Flannel auction NOW is the […]

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Holiday Catalog Previews – Consign Today!

Contact us today to add your collectibles to this already stellar lineup! We are now accepting consignments for our final catalog of 2016. Don’t risk getting shut out of this power-packed sale. Generous cash advances are readily available towards your Premier consignments and collections. If you have ever considered consigning to a Grey Flannel auction, NOW is the time […]

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Holiday Catalog Auction Previews – Consign Today!

Contact us today to add your collectibles to this already stellar lineup! We are nearing the consignment deadline for our final catalog of 2015 and seeking just a few more Premier consignments before we close the books. Don’t risk getting shut out of this power-packed sale. Generous cash advances are readily available towards your Premier consignments and collections. […]

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June 24th, Summer Games Auction Highlights

Full previews will be online May 25th. Physical catalogs will begin to mail later this month. As our loyal customers have come to expect, this sale will include a wide array of game-used memorabilia, historical artifacts, screen-worn hollywood collectibles and rare one-of-a-kind autographs. Bidding starts June 5th at 10:00 am EST. Featured Highlights Include: 1961-62 […]

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Grey Flannel Auctions’ 2014 Top 10 List

The Top 10 Most Valuable Pieces Of Sports Memorabilia Sold By Grey Flannel Auctions In 2014 No big surprise, Ruth leads the way. Yankee material holds 6 of the top 10 spots…!   1934 Babe Ruth Tour of Japan Game-Used Cap  Price Realized: $303,277 DECEMBER 17TH, 2014 HOLIDAY CATALOG AUCTION Iconic “I’ll Knock A Homer For You” Baseball […]

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RESULTS: Babe Ruth’s 1934 Tour of Japan Cap Sells For A Staggering $303,277!

WESTHAMPTON, N.Y. – A new chapter was added to the legend of Babe Ruth during the early morning hours of December 18th. Grey Flannel Auctions sold the baseball cap the immortal slugger wore during the historic 1934 US All-Star Tour of Japan for $303,277. The game-used navy blue cap emblazoned “US” was acquired from the […]

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Full Previews Are Now Online

Bidding for this sale will open on November 21st at 10:00 am EST. Physical catalogs are currently at the printer and will begin to mail later this month. Launch Auction Premier Lots New Bidder Registration Forgot Bidder ID Recovery Featured Highlights Include:

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Auction Ending Procedure Reminders

Bidding for Grey Flannel Auctions’ highly anticipated February 6th “I’ll Knock A Homer For You” Catalog Auction closes tomorrow! ENDING PROCEDURE REMINDER | Please understand that this is a very select offering of only 29 lots. This is a much smaller auction than our normal catalog. Due to this, we expect this sale to end […]

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Full Listing of the New Lots Just Added (Online Only)

We have just added eight new lots to the Extra Innings section of our February 6, 2014 “I’ll Knock a Homer For You” Catalog Auction. These lots are only online and do not appear in the printed catalog. LOT #22: 1937 Lou Gehrig New York Yankees Game-Used Home Pinstripe Flannel Pants (Championship Season) LOT #23: 10/4/1951 […]

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Now Online | Incredible High-Grade Single Signed Ruth

Just added to the Extra Innings section of our February 6, 2014 “I’ll Knock a Homer For You” Auction.  LOT #29: Incredible 4/22/1935 High-Grade Babe Ruth Single Signed Baseball (Near 10/10 • Player Family LOA) Signature is penned in period black fountain ink and in our opinion rates a near perfect 10. Our consignor’s grandfather, […]

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