Loaded Sports Auction Brings in $2.4 Million

Loaded Sports Auction Brings in $2.4 Million

Julius Erving and John Wooden highlighted an amazing group of sports items recently sold at Grey Flannel's "Summer Games" Auction. Erving's ABA game-used and autographed Virginia Squires 1972-73 jersey sold for an astounding $190,414. The high value is attributed to the fact that the jersey is a rare version that was only used by the team for one year. Equally impressive was $183,500 a navy and gold UCLA jacket brought in. It was worn for years by John Wooden during his coaching career.

Other items of note included a playoff game-used jersey from Wilt Chamberlain ($73,409), "Downtown Freddie" Brown's 1979 NBA Championship ring ($115,242), a leather-laced basketball from 1897 ($59,135), Steve Wright's 1965 Green Bay Packers Super Bowl I Championship ring ($73,409), and 1981 NBA Finals MVP Cedric “Cornbread" Maxwell's Boston Celtics World Championship ring ($55,152).

Sales totaled more than $2.4 million.

Further information regarding the auction as well as upcoming auctions can be found at the Grey Flannel Auctions website.

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1986-87 FLEER STICKER JULIUS ERVING #5
$7.99
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2009-10 Limited #105 Julius Erving 99
$5.68
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2011-12 Panini Past and Present #78 Julius Erving
$0.99
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2003-04 Ultimate Collection #81 Julius Erving 750
$7.28
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2007-08 Artifacts #180 Julius Erving 999
$3.55
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2003-04 (BKB) Upper Deck Victory #207 Julius Erving AKA
$1.64
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2008 Upper Deck Goudey #288 Julius Erving SR SP
$3.06
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2011-12 Fleer Retro #25 Julius Erving
$0.99



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Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. As an adult, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim, and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute.

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