Jackie Robinson's Used Glove From His Last MLB Seasons Could Auction For $750,000 USD
7 days ago - By Hypebeast
The baseball glove used by the great Jackie Robinson during his final two seasons with the MLB is looking to auction for up to $750,000 USD. The Bob Grim model fielder's glove, which is billed to be in its original and "far superior condition," is being auctioned over at Goldin's and is one of only two gloves authenticated by PSA/DNA. It was used by the late athlete during the 1955 and 1956 season with the same "42" marking as seen on his other gloves, and is part of the collection of Jack Semel, a longtime ticket holder of the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbetts Field from the mid-1930s. Semel...
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