Hank Aaron Collectibles And Memorabilia
Hank Aaron Collectibles And Memorabilia are items connected with the American baseball player.
Hank Aaron is a retired American baseball player who was born on February 5th, 1934 in Mobile, Alabama.
Aaron previously played for the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves from 1954 to 1974, and the Milwaukee Brewers from 1975 to 1976.
During his successful career as a baseball player, Aaron broke the career home run record which was previously set by Babe Ruth, and hit 24 or more home runs each year between 1955 and 1973; (which also makes him the only player to hit 30 or more home runs in a single season at least 15 times).
Types of Hank Aaron Collectibles And Memorabilia
Sotheby's in New York sold Hank Aaron's 1976 Milwaukee Braves home jersey which he wore during his last season as a professional baseball player for $11,400 in June of 2006.
Sotheby's in New York sold Hank Aaron's game-used baseball bat (circa 1973 to 1975) for $7,200 in June of 2006.
Geppi's Memorabilia Road Show in Timonium, Maryland sold Hank Aaron's game-used and signed 1959 baseball bat for $12,000 in October of 2005.
Robert Edward Auctions in Watchung, New Jersey sold:
Hank Aaron's signed baseball bat which he used to hit his 534rd home run for $9,500 in May of 2004.
Hank Aaron's game-used baseball bat (circa 1955 to 1957) for $12,000 in May of 2004.
Hank Aaron's game-used baseball bat (circa 1973 to 1975) for $3,000 in May of 2004.
Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas sold Hank Aaron's game-used 1957 baseball bat for $15,000 in November of 2011.
Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. in Westhampton, New York sold Hank Aaron's game-used 1976 Bicentennial bat for $2,500 in September of 2006.
Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas sold a 1979 Roger Maris/Hank Aaron Topps baseball card which was also signed by both Maris and Aaron for $900 in April of 2010.
Empire Estates & Auctions LLC in Scottsdale, Arizona sold Hank Aaron's signed 1976 Milwaukee Brewers baseball cap for $2,600 in March of 2011.
Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas sold an album page that was signed by both Babe Ruth (circa 1920) and Hank Aaron (circa 1980s) for $2,300 in April of 2010.
Sotheby's in New York sold a 1963 Hartland Plastics Agreement which was signed by Hank Aaron for an agreement between Aaron and the President of Hartland Plastics, Inc. for $1,560 in June of 2006.
Robert Edward Auctions sold a M15 yellow base path which was once used by Hank Aaron in 1956 for $1,500 in May of 2004.
Guide for collectors of Hank Aaron Collectibles And Memorabilia
Memorabilia that was one signed, owned or used by Hank Aaron when he played for the Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves (from 1954 to 1975) or the Milwaukee Brewers (from 1975 to 1976) is considered to be the most valuable among collectors.
Memorabilia that was once signed by Aaron drives up the value of the item as well.
Restoration of a helmet, uniform, jersey, base path, baseball cap, document, baseball card, baseball bat, or baseball is not recommended.
For more information regarding where to find Hank Aaron memorabilia, visit Sports Memorabilia, or Fans Edge.