Press Release - June 3, 2005

Results of Heritage's Amazing Sports Auction Internet #45051

DALLAS, TEXAS: Heritage's Amazing Sports Auctions (ASA) Auction #45051 ended Sunday, May 29, 2005. With 267 bidders competing, 122 were successful. Total sell-through was $83,579 for 442 lots sold (97.35% of the total).

A few highlights from the May 29 ASA auctions are:

1933 Goudey Babe Ruth #181 PSA VG 3. Nice card from this Big Three set. REALIZED: $1,314.

1933 Goudey Babe Ruth #149 SGC VG 40. Strong representation from this Big Three set. REALIZED: $1,314.

1910 Standard Caramel E93 Honus Wagner SGC VG 40. Strong VG specimen from this early candy issue. REALIZED: $1,075.

1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig #160 PSA EX 5 (MC). Strong card from this Big Three set. REALIZED: $926.

1949 Tris Speaker Signed Government Postcard. Perfect ink signature was sent in reply to a young autograph collector's request. One of a large selection of government postcards from the "Thomas Sullivan Collection." LOA from Steve Grad & Zach Rullo/ PSA DNA. REALIZED: $776.

Each Amazing Sports Auction closes, and a new one begins, on the last Sunday of each month at 10pm CT. Membership is free, and members can browse every lot online, view enlargeable images, and bid interactively on our website at HSC specializes in rare and collectible sports cards, as well as uniforms, equipment, and related vintage sports memorabilia. Prospective consignors or sellers of quality vintage sports cards and sports memorabilia can call or email today to get your material in our next available ASA or Signature Sports Auction. Please contact: Stephen Carlisle at 800-872-6467 Ext. 292 or email: or Chris Ivy at Ext. 319 or
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