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SCP Auctions presenting million-dollar Yankees collection at auction

The Pinstripe Dynasty Collection features nearly 350 lots all with one common denominator – the most decorated team in sports history.

One of the most comprehensive single-owner New York Yankees collections has come to auction courtesy of SCP Auctions as the Southern California auctioneer celebrates its 40th anniversary in the hobby.

The Pinstripe Dynasty Collection features nearly 350 lots all with one common denominator – the most decorated team in sports history. Built over several decades, the collection celebrates every facet of Yankees history from its majestic ballparks, magical moments and milestones, to the players and personnel who have shaped the franchise going back to its Highlanders roots in the early part of the 20th century.

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At the heart is a run of Yankees team-signed baseballs from 1923 to present, highlighted by exceptional examples from key seasons such as 1923, 1927, 1932 and 1951. In addition, there are hundreds of single-signed baseballs – offered singularly and in groups – demonstrating one passionate man’s relentless pursuit of an autograph from every player ever to don pinstripes.

The true character of the collection is its scope and diversity. This assemblage includes dozens of original photographs (many Type I and autographed), game used jerseys, bats and caps, notable awards, player and manager contracts, tickets, programs and other ephemera with the common thread of quality and historical relevance befitting its subject. Pinstriped legends from every era – from Murderer’s Row to the Bronx Bombers to the Bronx Zoo – are represented including Ruth, Gehrig, Dickey, DiMaggio, Berra, Ford, Mantle, Maris, Munson, Mattingly, Jeter, Rivera, et al.

Highlights include:

• 1920 Miller Huggins signed managerial contract: $15,000+

• 1927 World Champions team signed ball (21 Autographs): $40,000+

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• Bill Dickey’s 1928 World Champions Hamilton wristwatch: $75,000+

• Late 1920s Bill Dickey rookie-era game used cap: $30,000+

• 1928-30 Lou Gehrig game used H&B Pro Model bat (PSA/DNA GU7.5): $100,000+

• 1933 Lou Gehrig signed Charles Conlon Type I photo (Goudey Card Shoot): $25,000+

• 1942 George Selkirk game worn home jersey (Last to don Ruth’s Retired #3): $20,000+

• 1944-47 Babe Ruth autographed H&B Signature Model bat (PSA/DNA Mint 9): $90,000+

• 1952 World Champions team signed panoramic (31 Autographs): $30,000+

• 1957 Mickey Mantle signed player contract (Mantle Estate): $40,000+

• Moose Skowron’s 1958 World Championship ring: $30,000+

• Bobby Richardson’s 1963 Gold Glove Award: $12,000+

Online bidding is open, with the auction closing on Saturday, June 22. To view all the lots in the auction, visit www.scpauctions.com.