Mastro Auctions April Premier Sale Offers Variety and Depth to Collecting Public

Amazing assortment includes high-end game used baseball bats, game worn gear, baseball cards and blue-chip items from other sports and non-sports genre Mastro Auctions’ Sports and Americana Premier sales are known for many things in the industry. With each Premier Auction, the hobby not only anticipates but expects quality, diversity and that something extra that Mastro Auctions always brings to the bidding table. In the upcoming April Premier event that extra bonus manifests itself in the form of extraordinary depth in a number of collecting areas. According to Doug Allen, president and COO of Mastro Auctions, the phenomenal array of items in certain categories will give collectors an amazing opportunity to deepen the quality and breadth of their collections.

“While all our Premier sales have an inherent quality of variety, this one goes a step further by adding an impressive vertical dimension in many areas,” says Allen. “Our clients are use to our well-rounded auctions, but this one is especially unique because it is so volume rich in many of the most popular items individuals collect.”

One of the areas that Allen says will be hard for bidders to ignore is the Premier Auction’s assortment of game used baseball bats. Similarly, the auction will feature a wide array of stellar autographed baseballs, photographs, game worn gear, as well as a deep selection of baseball cards anchored by consignments from various sources including the Gotham and Skydash Collections.

But the highlights of the auction aren’t limited to great baseball memorabilia. Allen says that there is fantastic golf and football offering with several one-of-a-kind items. In addition, the scope of the non-sports portion of the Premier Sports and Americana Auction is also substantial. “Non-sports cards and autographs, especially of political significance abound in this event,” says Allen. “We experienced a considerable influx of this type of material based on the successful fine tuning of our Premier sales last year.” Allen is referring to the company’s decision to begin offering live Connoisseur Auctions and redistributing consignments between the Premier and Connoisseur sales in a manner that was based on market feedback and research. “Both consignors and bidders have given us their stamp of approval on how we have realigned these events,” said Allen. “When the number of consignments continues to increase, you know you’re doing it right.” Bidding in Mastro Auctions’ phone/internet Premier Sports and Americana

Auction will begin on April 14 and conclude on Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30.

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