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Lelands 2024 Winter Classic Auction Unveils a Diverse Collection of Sports Memorabilia

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The Lelands 2024 Winter Classic Auction is now open, featuring an impressive array of sports memorabilia including a rare Michael Jordan Metal Universe Championship Precious Metal Gems card, game-worn jerseys by Roberto Clemente and Ted Williams, and other historic sports artifacts.

The Lelands 2024 Winter Classic Auction has kicked off, bringing with it an impressive collection of sports memorabilia that captures significant moments from across the sports world. The auction is highlighted by a 1997-98 Michael Jordan Metal Universe Championship Precious Metal Gems, rated PSA NM-MT 8, part of "The Golden Age Collection." This special collection, mostly graded by PSA, includes over 100 essential inserts from the golden era of sports card collecting, featuring sports legends such as Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Tiger Woods.

Among the auction's gems is a game-worn jersey by Roberto Clemente from the Pirates' 1960 World Championship season, complete with an exhaustive analysis by SGC. Similarly, a Ted Williams 1942 game-worn, photo-matched jersey from his Triple Crown season offers a glimpse into one of baseball's greatest achievements. This jersey, unique to Williams' 1942 season, has been preserved by one family since that historic year, making it a rare find.

The auction also presents other memorable items such as the 1991 Kentucky Derby Winner’s Trophy, a 1949 Bowman Jackie Robinson signed card, a Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig dual-signed photograph, and Sidney Crosby's rookie year game-worn jersey. Additionally, a 1939 rental contract for the Chicago Cardinals' use of Wrigley Field, signed by Charles Bidwill and George Halas, and a baseball signed by Babe Ruth and Honus Wagner highlight the diverse offerings.

Significant pieces from sports history are also featured, including Paul Drayton's 1964 Olympics gold medal, Willie Mays' game-used bat, and a BGS Gem Mint 9.5 graded Michael Jordan rookie card. The auction extends to modern collectibles with a LeBron James autographed rookie card and Jack Morris’ 1993 World Series trophy.

Further enriching the auction are high school memorabilia from Patrick Mahomes, signed cards by Mickey Mantle and Bill Russell, and championship belts and jerseys from boxing and hockey legends.

Available for bidding until March 16 at Lelands.com, this auction provides a rare opportunity for collectors and sports enthusiasts to acquire pieces of sporting history, from the legends of baseball's early days to stars of the contemporary sports era.

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