Hunt Auctions, of Exton, Pennsylvania, will be kicking off 2017 with an auction closing on Wednesday, January 4 at 10 PM EST. The catalog for this auction features a wide array of desirable memorabilia. I always have found their auction catalog to be significant in terms of the broad range of collectibles. Many of the lots available for bidding have an opening bid of ten dollars. You will, at a minimum, find an item or two worth watching.
Fun Items to Consider from Hunt Auctions
Currently, there are four lots of 1950’s era Bowman Football Cards with bidding still under $100. Baseball Bat collectors can add to their collection with many lots of game used, store model, autographed, and vintage bats. Philadelphia Phillies fans might be interested in lot 778. Included in this lot is memorabilia from the 1970’s including a pair of cleats attributed to Larry Bowa as well as a program from the last game played at Connie Mack Stadium. The current bid as of this writing is $53. In general, Philadelphia Phillies fans will usually find many offerings from Hunt Auctions. These are just a few of the items up for bid. Check it out, you will not be disappointed.
I recommend Hunt Auctions for a number of reasons. The customer services has always been quick to respond. Shipping is always timely and reasonable. My purchases have always arrived as described and in quality packaging. I have no relationship with Hunt Auctions nor do I have consigned items in the auction. Just wanted to share my take on a fine auction house. Here is the link to Hunt Auctions. http://huntauctions.com/. Bidding ends Wednesday January 4th at 10:00pm.
One More Thing
I am adding one more item from a separate auction for you to consider. A Baltimore Colts game worn football helmet likely dating to the mid 1950’s. I do not believe this helmet was worn in 1953 as mentioned in the auction listing. I may have some questions but I remain intrigued.
This helmet is offered by Mears Online Auctions. Bidding wraps up tonight, January 3rd at 10:00pm. Current bidding sits at $163. I mention this item because the 1950’s era of the NFL is fascinating. Mrs. V. does not like it when I am auction surfing. She is well aware of my appreciation of vintage football headgear. I will be sitting this one out….maybe.
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