Sunday, July 20, 2008


July 20, 2008

July 26, 2008

(321) 984-8484

A collection of sports and entertainment memorabilia and autographs that has been thirty five years in the making will cross the block at All Out Auctions & Antiques on July 26.

The collection includes over 350 items and contains classics such as a 1953 Seeburg Model G juke box and a number of vintage electric guitars. And that’s just to get started. Then the serious stuff will appear.

There is a letter from John Lennon that appears to be to Waylon Jennings from 1971, an unused Elvis ticket to a concert he never made in Huntington, WV on September 20, 1977, face value $15.00 and more than 100 photos signed by sports figures and celebrities including Elvis, Charlie Daniels, Hank Williams, Jr., George Strait, Johnny Cash, Fats Domoino, Eric Clapton, Reba McEntyre, Jim Kiick, Mercury Morris, Buddy Baker, Raymond Berry, Johnny Unitas, Merle Haggard, Yogi Berra, Johnny Unitas and many more.

Autographed sports memorabilia will include pennants, hats, T shirts, helmets, a speed bag and a batting helmet signed by such sports legends as Joe Namath, Mike Tyson, Michael Jordan, Duke Snyder, Cal Ripken, Jr., Tiger Woods Pete Rose plus many more.

The sale will also feature more than 65 baseballs with the guaranteed signatures of Hank Aaron, Nolan Ryan, Pee Wee Reese, Bob Feller, Sandy Koufax, George Brett and Lenny Dyskstra along with several team signed balls.

The sale will be conducted at the All Out Auctions Gallery located at 5015 Babcock St. Palm Bay, FL 32905. Absentee bids will be accepted as will phone bids at (321) 984-8484. Online bids are available on using auctioneer ID # 5309, For more information visit the website at, email to or call All Out Auctions owner Nathan Burch at (321) 984-8484.

written by:
Fred Taylor

Photo captions for All Out Auctions & Antiques

One lot will consist of 111 Elvis albums.

A class ice 1953 Model G Seeburg juke box.

John Lennon’s signed letter, 1971.

A ticket for a concert Elvis never made, September 20, 1977.

A single plaque with autographed photos of Willie Mays, Pete Rose and Nolan Ryan

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