Montreal Expos Collectibles And Memorabilia
Montreal Expos Collectibles And Memorabilia are items connected with the defunct Canadian baseball team.
The Montreal Expos (or Les Expos de Montréal) were a professional Canadian baseball team based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The team was established in 1969 but relocated to Washington, D.C. in 2004 and eventually changed their name to the Washington Nationals.
The Expos' final game was on October 3rd, 2004 at Shea Stadium, and the team lost by a score of 8 to 1 against the New York Mets, (which happened to be the same team that the Expos first played against 35 years previous).
Some of the most notable players who once played for the Montreal Expos include Gary Carter (who played for the Expos from 1974 to 1984 and 1992), Andre Dawson (who played for the team from 1976 to 1986), and Tony Perez (who played for the team from 1977 to 1979).
The team colors were blue, white and red, and their theme song was "Les Expos sont là" ("The Expos are here") by Marc Gélinas.
Types of Montreal Expos Collectibles And Memorabilia
Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas sold:
Pete Rose's game-used 1984 Montreal Expos jersey for $1,700 in November of 2011.
Vladimir Guerrero's game-used 2003 Montreal Expos jersey for $600 in April of 2010.
Grey Flannel Auctions, Inc. in Westhampton, New York sold Gary Carter's game-used and signed 1977 Montreal Expos jersey for $1,700 in September of 2006.
Universal Rarities, LLC in Corona, California sold Vladimir Guerrero's signed Montreal Expos jersey for $200 in September of 2007.
Heritage Auctions in Dallas, Texas sold Don Drysdale's game-used 1970 Montreal Expos uniform for $5,000 in October of 2008.
Geppi's Memorabilia Road Show in Timonium, Maryland sold a baseball which was Rusty Staub's first home run with the Montreal Expos in a game between the New York Mets on April 9th, 1969 for $700 in September of 2006.
Regency-Superior, Ltd. in St. Louis, Missouri sold:
Pete Rose's game-used and signed 1984 Montreal Expos baseball glove for $525 in December of 2006.
Pete Rose's game-used and signed 1984 Montreal Expos baseball glove for $800 in June of 2007.
Pete Rose's game-used and signed 1984 Montreal Expos baseball glove for $700 in June of 2006.
Regency-Superior, Ltd. in St. Louis, Missouri sold two Montreal Expos baseball caps which were once worn by Charlie "Hustle" Pete Rose and "The Big Unit" Randy Johnson for $325 in December of 2008.
Guide for Montreal Expos Collectibles And Memorabilia collectors
Memorabilia that was once signed, owned or used by Gary Carter (who played for the team from 1974 to 1984 and 1992), Rusty Staub (who played for the team from 1969 to 1971 and 1979), Vladimir Guerrero (who played for the team from 1996 to 2003) or Pete Rose (who played for the team in 1984) is considered to be the most valuable.
For more information regarding where to find Montreal Expos memorabilia, visit the Montreal Expos' official website, Sports Memorabilia, or Mounted Memories.
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