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Sam Snead Collection Headlines December 6-7 Golf Auction
Stan Musial Continues To Rewrite The Record Books In $7.7M Heritage Sports Auction
Sunday Internet Auction
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November 20, 2013
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Sam Snead Collection Headlines December 6-7 Golf Auction
Fresh off Heritage Auctions' largest sports auction to date, Heritage Sports picks up right where it left off with the opening of our December 6-7, 2013 golf memorabilia catalog auction.

Featuring more than 300 lots from the collection of golf legend Sam Snead, we are also proud to present highly-significant golf pieces from other notables, including Jim Barnes' 1921 US Open Championship Gold Medal, Charles "Chick" Evans' 1920 US Open Amateur Championship Gold Medal and countless other gems from the links. Bidding is now live and the auction can be viewed by clicking here.
Featured Lots:
1946 British Open Championship Gold Medal Won by Sam Snead.
1946 British Open Championship Gold Medal Won by Sam Snead.


1949 Masters Championship Trophy Won by Sam Snead.
1949 Masters Championship Trophy Won by Sam Snead.


1949 PGA Championship Gold Medal Won by Sam Snead.
1949 PGA Championship Gold Medal Won by Sam Snead.


1969 Ryder Cup Captain's Trophy Presented to Sam Snead.
1969 Ryder Cup Captain's Trophy Presented to Sam Snead.


1969 Ryder Cup Team-Issued Bags (3) Owned & Used by Sam Snead.
1969 Ryder Cup Team-Issued Bags (3) Owned & Used by Sam Snead.


Circa 1935-36 First Set Of Matched Irons Used On PGA Tour With Sam Snead Letter.
Circa 1935-36 First Set Of Matched Irons Used On PGA Tour With Sam Snead Letter.


1921 Jim Barnes US Open Championship Gold Medal.
1921 Jim Barnes US Open Championship Gold Medal.


1951 Masters Tournament Humidor Presented to Bobby Jones.
1951 Masters Tournament Humidor Presented to Bobby Jones.


Circa 1880 Bulbous Gold Washed O'Hara Dial Jug.
Circa 1880 Bulbous Gold Washed O'Hara Dial Jug.


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Stan Musial Continues To Rewrite The Record Books In $7.7M Heritage Sports Auction
2011 St. Louis Cardinals World Championship Ring Presented to Stan Musial.
A half century after his retirement, Stan "The Man" Musial exhibited the strength of his enduring legacy with eye-popping prices realized for the contents of his personal collection in Heritage Auctions' Nov. 7-9 Sports Collectibles Signature® Auction.

"We were pleased, but not particularly surprised," said Chris Ivy, Director of Sports Auctions at Heritage. "The success is a tribute to Musial's lifelong service to the St. Louis Cardinals franchise and to all of baseball. The results are easily interpreted as a last expression of gratitude from his many fans."

The ring presented to Musial in recognition of the Cardinals' 2011 World Championship provided the greatest fireworks of the collection, commanding a stunning $191,200, the highest price ever paid at auction for a Musial artifact.

Stan Musial's Personally Owned 1948 Bowman Rookie #36 Card, PSA VG-EX 4.
His 2006 National League Championship ring was the evening's runner up at $101,575. A handwritten letter from Ty Cobb to Musial sold for dozens of times the Georgia Peach's average, at $71,700, and "The Man's" personal copy of his 1948 Bowman rookie card drew $11,950, more than 50 times the average price for examples in the same VG-EX condition.

The auction closed over a three-day period beginning with Trading Cards on Thursday, Nov. 7, the most successful cardboard offering in Heritage history. Top billing went to the only known 1914-15 J.H. Dugan Baseball Calendar Cabinet Card set, which saw a total price realized of $143,400. A rare 1956 Topps Baseball uncut sheet commanded $38,838 and a file copy of the Babe Ruth #144 card from the celebrated 1933 Goudey set realized the same figure in a PSA "Authentic" slab.

Though The Stan Musial Collection served as the most visible component of the Memorabilia offerings closing on Friday, Nov. 8, the Cardinals legend shared the spotlight with some fellow Hall of Fame residents at the top of the pricing list. A rare Napoleon Lajoie single signed baseball more than doubled the previous record with a result of $59,750 and an important signed letter from Jackie Robinson followed close behind at $41,825, the top price ever garnered for an autographed artifact of the heroic barrier-breaker.
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Sunday Internet Auction
HA.com/Sports is the place to be every Sunday night for collectors of fine sports memorabilia and trading cards.

Over 100 lots will close to initial bidding at 10:00 PM CT. On a lot-by-lot basis, starting at 10:00 PM CT, any person who has bid on the lot previously may continue to bid on that lot until there are no more bids for 30 minutes. For example, if you bid on a lot during Normal Bidding, you could participate during Extended Bidding for that lot, but not on lots you did not bid on previously. If a bid was placed at 10:15, the new end time for that lot would become 10:45. If no other bids were placed before 10:45, the lot would close. If you are the high bidder on a lot, changing your bid will not extend the bidding during the 30 Minute Ending phase (only a bid from another bidder will extend bidding).

No other major sports memorabilia auction house provides its clientele this much bidding excitement. It's just another reason why Heritage is the World's Largest Collectibles Auctioneer.

Call or email today to discuss consigning your fine sport collectibles and trading cards to an upcoming Heritage auction.
168 Lots Ending Sunday November 24
1910-11 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets Jack Murray #48 SGC 40 VG 3.
1910-11 T3 Turkey Red Cabinets Jack Murray #48 SGC 40 VG 3.


Signed 1954 Topps Ernie Banks #94 PSA/DNA Mint 9.
Signed 1954 Topps Ernie Banks #94 PSA/DNA Mint 9.


Walter Johnson Signed Newspaper Clipping.
Walter Johnson Signed Newspaper Clipping.


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1934 Goudey Lou Gehrig #37 SGC 50 VG/EX 4.
1934 Goudey Lou Gehrig #37 SGC 50 VG/EX 4.


1967 Super Bowl I Program and Ticket Stub - Green Bay Packers Victory of Kansas City.
1967 Super Bowl I Program and Ticket Stub - Green Bay Packers Victory of Kansas City.


1919 Indian Packing Original Stock Certificate - Green Bay Packers.
1919 Indian Packing Original Stock Certificate - Green Bay Packers.


168 Lots Ending Sunday December 8
1933 Goudey Babe Ruth #181 PSA VG-EX 4.
1933 Goudey Babe Ruth #181 PSA VG-EX 4.


1968 St. Louis Cardinals Team Signed Baseball (21 Signatures) - With Maris!
1968 St. Louis Cardinals Team Signed Baseball (21 Signatures) - With Maris!


1971 Topps Baseball Complete Set (752).
1971 Topps Baseball Complete Set (752).


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Employment Opportunities
As the fastest growing American-based auction house, financially rock-solid Heritage Auctions continues to grow and seek the best talent in the industry. If you are a specialist or have strong general collectibles knowledge, we want to hear from you. These specialists will, in some cases, head new departments and in others will enhance existing department expertise. We have positions open at our headquarters in Dallas as well as at our new state-of-the-art galleries in prime locations in both Midtown Manhattan and Beverly Hills.

Heritage is seeking to hire the world's best specialists in the following categories:
  • Asian Art Specialist
  • Automobilia Specialist
  • Coin Buyer
  • Decorative Arts & Design Specialist
  • European Art Specialist
  • Modern & Contemporary Art Specialist: (New York, Beverly Hills)
  • World Coins Director: Hong Kong
If you are interested and feel you have the qualifications we seek, please email your resume and salary history to Experts@HA.com.

We are also seeking to fill the following corporate positions:
  • Client Data Specialist part-time
  • Client Services Representative
  • Consignment Coordinator
  • Currency Consignment Director
  • e-Publishing Expert
  • Interns
  • Maintenance Assistant
  • Nature & Science Auction Coordinator
  • Operations Assistant
  • Web Content Specialist
  • Web Content Specialist part-time
  • Web Marketing Specialist
  • U.S. Coin Cataloger Needed
If you are interested in applying for one of these Corporate positions, please apply here.

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Jesse James' Colt .45 Revolver May Bring $400,000+ At Heritage Auctions

The Most Thoroughly Documented Jesse James Gun Ever to Appear at Auction: Colt Single Action .45 Caliber Revolver, Identified
Jesse James' personally owned Colt Single Action .45 Caliber Revolver, as seen in photos and identified by three generations of the James family as the weapon used by the infamous outlaw, is expected to lead an important selection of extraordinary and fresh-to-market objects in Heritage Auctions' Legends of the West Signature Auction Nov. 24 in Dallas.

First displayed by Jesse James, Jr. in a 1923 exhibition of guns and related items owned by his father, the classic Colt has a well-documented, continuous chain of ownership from that point forward. In light of the gun's rarity and historical significance, Heritage has set the lot's minimum opening bid at $400,000, said Tom Slater, Director of Americana at Heritage Auctions.

"There is just no way to predict what a gun like this might fetch at auction," Slater said. "It is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity."

The Most Thoroughly Documented Jesse James Gun Ever to Appear at Auction: Colt Single Action .45 Caliber Revolver, Identified
The pistol left Jesse, Jrs.' possession in 1924, along with another of his father's pistols, when it was given as security for an unpaid medical bill. Jessie's wife later travelled from their home in California in an effort to reclaim the guns, and when that effort failed, she filed an unsuccessful suit against the doctor in question. In 1940 their daughter, Jo Frances James, made another attempt to reclaim the guns, by then in the possession of Missouri U.S. Senator Harry Hawes."

The pair had come to the attention of industrialist Henry Ford, probably as a result of their display at the Missouri Pavilion at the New York World's Fair. Jo Frances sought to have Ford bring pressure on Hawes to relinquish Jesse's guns, even offering to let him have one of them for his museum of American history if he could prevail on the Senator to relinquish them.

"Hawes stood firm, however, and the guns subsequently passed to another Missouri political figure, Congressman Frank W. Boykin," Slater said. "They remained in his family until 1975, but became separated when Boykins' son sold the Colt now offered by Heritage to another Michigan industrialist, William Mitchell, who was amassing an important collection of guns with historical connections. It was in Mitchell's collection until earlier this year," Slater said.

In 1994 Judge James Ross, Jesse James' great grandson, wrote to Boykin in an attempt to locate the guns to make sure they would be preserved for posterity. In that letter he gave up the family's quest to recover the guns, but confirmed their authenticity as having belonged to his outlaw ancestor. Ross wrote that "hopefully at some date (they may) reposit in a museum for all to see as they are definitely a part of Americana."

George Armstrong Custer: His Personal Monogrammed Lap Desk.
Additional highlights in the Nov. 24 Legends of the West Auction include more than 14 lots related to George Armstrong Custer including his personal travelling lap desk, expected to bring $7,500+, and one of his iconic buckskin jackets, which may hammer for $10,000+. A particularly interesting item is a rare 7th Cavalry document signed by Custer and two other prominent Little Big Horn casualties: Custer's brother-in-law James Calhoun and Lt. Algernon Smith, a member of Custer's inner circle, which could sell for $5,000+.

O. K. Corral: A Very Rare Receipt from the Famous Location, Signed Twice by Proprietor John Montgomery.
"Anything from the early days of Tombstone, Arizona is highly prized by collectors," Slater said, "and this auction has some great examples: a rare letterhead from the O.K. Corral Livery Stable, a historically-important check signed by Tom McLaury, who was killed in the famous gun fight, as well as Wyatt Earp's own wallet, presented with a minimum bid $7,500. The wallet carries his embossed name and has just about the best provenance one could ask for in a Wyatt Earp item, coming from the collection of John Gilchriese, himself a legend in Western collecting circles."

Few Western personalities are more famous than Annie Oakley, star of Buffalo Bill's Wild West. The auction features some 40 items which belonged to Annie and which descended through the families of two descendants who were both great-grandchildren of Annie's only brother, John Henry Moses. Some 30 of the items have been consigned by Bess Moses Edwards , who in 1984 established the Annie Oakley Foundation to help ensure accuracy in the recounting of Annie's life and exploits. Having reached the age of 91, Edwards felt that the time had come to share her treasured mementos. These range from signed and unsigned photographs — some never-before-seen images — to Annie's beloved Parker shotgun, used by her in shooting exhibitions for nearly two decades, offered with a $10,000 minimum opening bid.

Annie Oakley: Her 16-Gauge Parker Brothers Hammer Shotgun, Serial #30203.
Another Oakley gem — and unknown to scholars until it surfaced in the estate of her grand-nephew this year — is her gold charm bracelet. The simple bracelet is adorned with charms given to her by dignitaries for whom she performed, such as the Consul General of France, her husband Frank Butler, famous crack shot and Wild West show performer "Doc" Carver, and Buffalo Bill Cody himself. "This bracelet must have been among Annie's most precious possessions," observes Slater. "During World War I she made a public display of donating her many shooting medals and awards to be melted to help the war effort. But she held onto the bracelet, and is seen wearing it in a 1919 photograph."

An incredibly important complete archive of photos, documents, and artifacts covering the period from 1873 to 1883 on the Otoe Indian Reservation in Nebraska is estimated to bring $40,000+ and represents just a handful of archives offered at public auction.

"Such a complete assemblage is nearly unheard of, and represents a rare overview of the halting process through which a Native American people sought to assimilate into the ever-encroaching world of the white man," Slater said.

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Disney, Hanna-Barbera, The Beatles and Charlie Brown in 1,400+ lot Heritage Auctions animation sale

Pinocchio Geppetto and Pinocchio Production Cel and Background (Walt Disney, 1940)
Two rare Disney treasures — a 1940 Walt Disney Pinocchio hand-painted Key Master production cel and background featuring Geppetto, Pinocchio and Figaro and a 1959 masterpiece Sleeping Beauty Pan Production background attributed to legendary animator Eyvind Earle — and the first cartoon drawn for a studio by animation legend Joe Barbera are the anchors in Heritage Auctions' upcoming Nov. 20 Animation Art Signature® Auction and could all bring more than $25,000 apiece.

"We knew that we had to follow-up our $2+ million inaugural auction in February with something spectacular," said Jim Lentz, Director of Animation Art at Heritage. "I'm confident we have. This auction features something from every corner of animation, from Disney to Bugs Bunny to The Beatles, Peanuts, Winsor McCay, Hanna-Barbera and well beyond, spanning every era in animation history."

Joe Barbera's First Cartoon Storyboard Group (c. 1935).
The 1940 Pinocchio, Geppetto and Figaro Hand-Painted Key Master Set Up cel is one of a small group of surviving three-character production cells from the landmark Disney cartoon, with this set-up being among the finest Heritage catalogers have seen while the epic, museum-quality Eyvind Earle Sleeping Beauty Background is a breathtaking example of the master's finest work. The majority of every background in the film was hand-painted by Earle himself, many of which took 10 days to complete.

Joe Barbera's first cartoon drawn for a studio in 1935 for Terry Toons, at 43 pages long, represents the first cartoon script written by the legend and the beginning of a career that would influence millions of kids across a 50 year career. This humble Kiko The Kangaroo story opened the door for the man that would bring the world Yogi Bear, Top Cat, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Superfriends, Grape Ape and hundreds more cartoon characters.

Beatles Yellow Submarine Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, and John Lennon Color Model Cel Animation A.
Another key component of the Nov. 20 auction is a grouping of more than 50 never-before-seen pieces of rare production artwork from the momentous 1968 animated Beatles film Yellow Submarine. The chief lot of the grouping is a superb and very rare Color Model Cel featuring all four of The Beatles in the full 1960s psychedelic glory of their animated avatars' "everyday outfits" as worn in the film. It is estimated at $12,000+.

There is no arguing that Charles Schulz's Peanuts is the most influential comic strip in history, or that Charlie Brown's impact on cartoons was any less spectacular. In that vein, the Nov. 20 auction presents what can only be viewed as the birth of that TV juggernaut with the offering of a superb range of material from the Peanuts Gang's first animated appearances in the 1959-1962 Ford Falcon ad campaign, with a Sequence Production Cel Set-up featuring Charlie Brown and Schroeder being a prime example from the period. The cel is expected to bring $5,000+.

Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas Grinch Production Cel Signed by Chuck Jones (Warner Brothers, 1966).
More key modern lots include a 1966 "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" Key Master Set Up cel, from the Chuck Jones Archives, estimated at $10,000+, featuring a classic moment from the beloved cartoon with the Grinch looking down at poor Max the dog over the lip of his sled, and a very early and rare 1987 Simpsons/Tracy Ullman Show key master Set Up cel from the first season episode "House of Cards." It is estimated at $2,500+.

A separate Signature® Internet Session offering more than 650 unique lots, including production drawings from classic feature films and animated specials, will be held Nov. 24 on HA.com.

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Rolex Collection and Vacheron Constantin "Skeletonized" wristwatch highlight fine timepieces at Heritage Auctions

Vacheron Constantin Extremely Fine & Rare Skeletonized Pink Gold Twin Barrel One Minute Tourbillon With Power Reserve.
One of the finest private collections of Rolex watches and an Extremely Fine Vacheron Constantin 'Skeletonized' Pink Gold Wristwatch, estimated to sell for $50,000+, will headline a wide-ranging selection of rare and exclusive watches and timepieces Nov. 21 at Heritage Auctions' New York location, 445 Park Avenue (at 57th Street).

Models include a Piaget Protocole Exceptional 18k White Gold Diamond & Sapphire Wristwatch, which may hammer for $50,000+, and a rare and very fine Audemars Pigue Rose Gold Rubens Barrichello Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph, estimated to bring $30,000+. An important Swiss Gold Minute Repeater With Perpetual Calendar, Moon Phase & Chronograph could sell for $20,000+.

"These are among the finest names collectors seek when buying the very best," said James Wolf, Consignment Director for Watches and Timepieces at Heritage Auctions. "In particular, the market for Rolex continues to see strong demand but quality examples are difficult to come by. Collectors should be pleased to see what we've uncovered for them."

Tiffany & Co. Movement Attributed to Louis Audemars Rare & Important Minute Repeating Tandem Wind Pocket Watch With Rattrapant.
Notable discoveries include a rare Minute Repeating Tandem Wind Pocket Watch fashioned by Tiffany & Co. with a highly unusual combination of complications. The superior time train and repeating element is accented by the sophisticated rattrapante chronograph that was perfected by master craftsman Louis Audemars. The rare pocket watch is expected to sell for $30,000+.

The event features Heritage Auctions' special presentation of "Timepieces from a Distinguished Gentleman," a singularly-important collection of 360 first quality wristwatches. The collection includes 200 Rolex watches, such as a rare Oyster Perpetual Submariner made for The British Royal Navy, circa 1974, which could sell for $30,000+, and a rare, 18 karat Gold Oyster Cosmograph, circa 1982, which may sell for $20,000+.

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High-grade 1893-S Morgan Dollar Realizes $235,000 To Lead Heritage Auctions' $11.3+ Million U.S. Coin Event In New York

1893-S $1 MS64 NGC.
An 1893-S Morgan Dollar MS64 NGC, from the famously low mintage of any regular issue Morgan, brought $235,000 to take top lot honors at Heritage Auctions' U.S. Coin Signature® Auction Nov. 1-3 in New York. High-grade silver coinage, gold rarities, and a 1943-S Bronze cent achieved the top prices at the event, which realized $11,353,383 with post-auction buys ongoing.

"This was a deep auction with many coins performing well," said Greg Rohan, President of Heritage Auctions. "When key rarities in high grades came up for bid, prices were strong regardless of series."

Leading the way was the 1893-S Morgan dollar, as eight bidders drove the price of the near-Gem example to $235,000. The 1893-S dollar's translates to a small supply that has to meet huge collector demand, particularly in Mint State grades.

1839 50C No Drapery PR64+ PCGS Secure. CAC.
Two more silver coins were close behind. An 1839 No Drapery half dollar, PR64+ PCGS Secure, CAC, is one of only five known proof examples and realized $223,250. A 1799 silver dollar with 7x6 Stars Obverse, B-12b/BB-160 variety, MS65 NGC, CAC, realized $211,500.

A pair of 19th-century gold highlights round out the top five prices realized. An 1861-S double eagle with Paquet Reverse, AU58 NGC, brought $176,250. An 1854 three dollar gold piece graded PR64+ Cameo PCGS, CAC, went for $164,500.

"As with silver, the top gold lots show the importance of quality and rarity together," said Rohan. "The 1861-S Paquet double eagle is one of the finest available and that showed in the price. Likewise, the proof 1854 three dollar was a very rare coin from the year it was struck, but it was condition that sent the price so high."

A 1943-S Bronze cent, struck in a copper alloy instead of steel and the top seller in The Geyer Family Collection, realized $141,000. An 1849 Mormon twenty dollar gold piece, Genuine PCGS, enjoyed pre-auction publicity from Salt Lake City's NPR affiliate and brought $85,187.50.

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Sports Trivia
Which NFL team has the most playoff losses?

       A) Minnesota Vikings
       B) Dallas Cowboys
       C) Pittsburgh Steelers
       D) Buffalo Bills
       E) Cleveland Browns



Look for the answer, results and more details in the next issue of Heritage Sports News.

Last issue's question:

What is the oldest NBA arena still in use?

D) Oracle Arena (Home of the Golden State Warriors, Oakland Athletics and Oakland Raiders, The Oracle Arena hosted its first Raiders game on September 18, 1966.)

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