Cleveland sports memorabilia – modern and old – are up for auction this month

CLEVELAND, Ohio – A brand new auction of old and modern Cleveland sports memorabilia – pieces from LeBron James, Baker Mayfield, and Cleveland pieces from many years in the past – is ongoing.

Check out what is for sale via Lelands Auctions right here. The auction ends on Saturday, December 11th at 10 p.m. (Click the identify of the thing to peer what the cost is.)

A 2004 LeBron James card.

2004 Topps Chrome Gold Refractor No. 23 LeBron James card

The card is graded Gem Mint, which provides considerably to its price. (It used to be restricted to an version of 99, handiest seven in that state.) It dates again to James’ 2nd NBA season when he averaged 27.2 issues in line with recreation. Opening bid: $ 15,000. Lot quantity: 26.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

A 2002-03 LeBron James card.

2002-03 Topps Finest No. 178 LeBron James rookie card

A Topps Finest No. 178 LeBron James rookie card displays the Cavaliers big name in a white go well with with a raised finger. Opening bid: $ 500. Lot quantity: 83.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

A 2018 Baker Mayfield card.

2018 Panini Select Jumbo Rookie Signature Gold Prizm Baker Mayfield Rookie Patch Autograph

The colourful Mayfield rookie patch autograph options the quarterback in a position to throw at his John Hancock.

Opening bid: $ 1,000. Lot quantity: 217.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

A 2018 Baker Mayfield card.

2018 Panini Contenders Optic Rookie Ticket Autograph Orange # 101 Mayfield

The auction space says this is regarded as to be probably the most very best rookie playing cards and is restricted to an version of simply 25 copies of the orange parallel model.

Opening bid: $ 500. Lot quantity: 218.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

The auction accommodates 192 signatures in a single guide.

1930’s American League autograph album

An wonderful choice of signatures from 192 former skilled sports stars, maximum of whom had been main league ball players. Among the signatories are former Bob Feller, Earl Averill, Lou Boudreau and supervisor Oscar Vitt. The date “25.12.37” is written at the within the entrance. All signatures had been reportedly got at League Park in Cleveland within the past due 1930s and early 1940s.

Opening bid: $ 1,000. Lot quantity: 646.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

Satchel Paige Photos.

Circa past due 1940s pair of signed Satchel Paige picture postcards

Photo postcards signed via the Hall of Famer measure 3.5 “via 5.5” – a head-and-shoulder portrait and a posed motion. Each is signed “Best Wishes from Satchel Paige”. Paige is proven in a Cleveland uniform.

Opening bid: $ 300. Lot quantity: 653.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

A ball signed via Satchel Paige.

1948 World Champion Cleveland Indians signed ball with Satchel Paige on the candy spot

The 1948 Indian Ball has 23 signatures. Sweet Spot bears the signatures of Lou Boudreau and Satchel Paige. Larry Doby – the primary black man within the American League – is at the ball as is Bob Feller. The Paige Sweet Spot signature is unusual, says the auction space.

Opening bid: $ 200. Lot quantity: 678.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

picture of the Indians from 1952.

Large layout picture of the Indians from 1952 with 5 Hall of Famers

The picture is signed via 32 of the 33 team contributors depicted, together with team officers and Batboy. (Joe Tipton is the one player who didn’t signal.) The membership posed in entrance of the stands. Photos of this dimension had been in most cases created for presentation in team of work or for presentation to players. Tipton performed for the Indians in 1948, 1952 and 1953.

Opening bid: $ 300. Lot quantity: 707.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

A picture of the Indians from 1949.

1949 Indian massive layout picture with satchel Paige

The massive layout picture measures just about 30 “via 19.5” and displays 31 contributors of the 1949 Indians. It comprises Satchel Paige, Bob Feller, Joe Gordon, Lou Boudreau, Bob Lemon, and others.

Opening bid: $ 200. Lot quantity: 890.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

Glass plate damaging from Nap Lajoie.

Circa 1908 Nap Lajoie Cleveland Naps glass plate damaging via Francis Burke

The unique glass damaging used to be taken via the smartly-recognized Chicago photographer Francis Burke in Chicago’s Comiskey Park. It used to be almost definitely recorded in 1908 or 1909. The Hall of Famer ended with a lifestyles averages of .338 and 3,243 hits.

Opening bid: $ 200. Lot quantity: 973.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

Glass damaging via Stan Coveleski.

Around 1918 Stan Coveleski Indian glass plate damaging via Francis Burke

The unique glass damaging of the Indian jug used to be made via the photographer Francis Burke. It displays Coveleski warming up sooner than a recreation at Comiskey Park. Coveleski, a spitballer, received 3 video games within the 1920 World Series – the franchise’s first championship.

Opening bid: $ 200. Lot quantity: 988.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

An early all-big name jersey worn via LeBron James.

2007 restricted version all-big name recreation jersey signed via LeBron James

The restricted version NBA East All-Star Jersey is hand numbered 26/123. An NBA big name patch is at the proper shoulder and James’ title is underneath his quantity 23 at the again with the Cleveland Cavaliers patch on most sensible.

Opening bid: $ 1,000. Lot quantity: 1046.

We found 13 classic Cleveland sports memorabilia, old and modern, up for auction.  From Baker Mayfield to LeBron James to old Indians, barons and more, here's a look at what they are and what they are selling for.

A unprecedented signal of the Cleveland Barons.

Giant, circa 1977 Cleveland Barons double-sided Season’s Greetings signal

Rare double-sided hand-painted picket signal is 48 inches lengthy. The auction space says Cleveland Baron memorabilia seldom seem at auctions.

Opening bid: $ 200. Lot quantity: 1089.

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