The Lou Gehrig Collection, historic bats, iconic Ali robes lead Heritage Auctions Platinum Night catalog

Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night sales have a long history as the most dangerous threat to standing world record prices, and experts expect more to fall: No fewer than 17 lots are expected to record prices of six or seven figures. Bidding is now open for the sale will close in Extended Bidding format, Feb. 23-24, 2019 on “In both value and lot total, this is our largest Platinum Night event to date,” said Chris Ivy, Director of Sports auctions for Heritage. “Every consignor in the hobby knows that this is the auction no serious collector can miss.” The Lou Gehrig Collection will provide a thrilling assortment of the Hall of Fame first baseman’s personal treasure trove of memorabilia, including a game worn cap (est. $200,000-up), multiple signed documents, and the earliest known photograph of the “Iron Horse” as a child (est.

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