Coach's Corner February 2015 auction LIVE for bidding! Presented by Lee Trythall & Scott Malack in Souderton, PA

Good to see the boys in Souderton are back after being closed Tuesday for that epic snowfall.

One of 21 Beatles items

This gorgeous 12x15" framed and matted display houses and original 1965 black and white publicity photo for The Beatles' second film, "Help!" The photo comes hand-signed in black felt tip marker by all four members of the greatest band in history, including Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, and is fully STAT Authentic certified to boot! Fully display-ready, and with Lennon and Harrison now long gone, valued well, WELL into the thousands!

Barry Halper certified? 

This vintage red-laced baseball is cubed in G+ condition, and shows some wear and age. It is sweet spot-signed in black by one of the game's true all time greats, 1939 HOF Inductee and 2 time AL MVP Lou Gehrig. The signature grades a legible 6, with a 7/4/38 dated inscription, the ball comes with a photo COA from Barry Halper at Halper Bros., Inc., and with his death now over 70 years ago, the retail value here is well into the five figure range!

This red-laced, unmarked and unlabeled baseball is cubed in G overall condition, and features the bold black ink signature of Honus Wagner right on the sweet spot. The autograph, reading J. Honus Wagner, grades a legible 6, with a 6-12-39 date included (the date of the Hall Of Fame Inaugural Ceremony), and the ball comes with a full LOA from the one and only Barry Halper, stating that it is associated with the Ken Smith Collection. Awesome baseball, valued into the low five figure range!

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Nice to see that President's have followed the trend of dated inscriptions

This vintage, red-laced baseball is cubed in G+ condition, and comes sweet spot-signed in blue ball point pen ink by 35th United States President, John F. Kennedy. The signature grades a legible 7.5, complete with an 8-4-61 dated inscription, which means that it was signed DURING his Presidency, and the ball comes with a COA from Barry Halper at Halper Bros., Inc. for authenticity purposes. Valued well into the thousands from this tragically-slain United States Commander In Chief!

Nice Banks, Rice and Carew you Clowns!

This awesome MLB photo is a full color 12x18 shot of the entrance to the National Baseball Hall Of Fame and Museum. It is hand-signed in blue, black and red sharpie by more than 40 who are enshrined, including names like Carlton, Seaver, Torre, Carter (dec), Berra, Henderson, Banks, Schmidt, Snider (dec), Ripken, Feller (dec), Maddux, Gwynn (dec), Ryan, Gibson, Robinson, Kaline and many more. No baseball collection would be nearly complete without this beauty, valued into the very high hundreds!

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I wonder why they insist on having dates on all the baseballs. seems like a lot of the same dashes and number writing.

please tell me what these guys are doing is a joke... and they have their own card grading service too? wtf? i'm much more familiar with sports than entertainment autos, but the sports ones they have are laughable! tell me how i can join the fight to bring these criminals down!

Jason, welcome to the fight. 

This large, custom, well done wall hanging is near 22x28 in size, comes to you wood framed and double matted, and holds a few original pieces of 1960's Hendrix rock n' roll memorabilia. I see a guitar magazine which shows Hendrix at Woodstock, an original Woodstock 3-day ticket(very rare!), but most important is a hand signed album page from the rock n;' roll HOF'er. It is a solid 9, can be read from almost 20 feet away, and value on it all is almost 2 grand. Great chance, easy musical investment, and in one of the true greats and STAT AUTHENTIC COA!

This 12x15" wood framed display features a B&W photo print of The Fab Four, and a Series 1963A $2.00 bill that is blue and black ink-signed by all four band members. Included are John Lennon (dec), Paul McCartney, George Harrison (dec) and Ringo Starr, and the piece comes fully STAT certified for authenticity purposes. Awesome collector's item, valued into the five figure range!

This vintage, color covered issue is the cover only, and shows both Hollywood stars from their roles in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes". Great piece, in great shape, and comes ink signed by both Jane and Marilyn on nice viewing spots. It is near an 8, shwos off well from 12 feet away, and value is thousnads with both now deceased.

This piece is the color cover only, and from a dated 1968 Ebony magazine. It shows the late Reverend and Doctor and comes blue ink signed on a great viewing spot. It grades a nice 7 or better all over comes matted in greay, ready to frame, and value is many times our opening bid price.

This vintage Newsweek magazine is the cover only and shows the late 4-star general in battle and on the B&W issue. It is in great shape, comes black ink signed on a nice spot, and grades a decent 6 all over. It is matted for you in grey, and ready for your framing touch, while value has to be uppr hundreds on the war hero.

This 12x16" professionally-matted display features a full color concert photo of three Rock And Roll Hall Of Famers playing together in the 1990's. It comes hand-signed by all three, including George Harrison (dec), Bruce Springsteen and Mick Jagger, and will frame and display exquisitely in true Hard Rock Cafe style!



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