“Rare” and “One of a Kind” are not words we throw around lightly here at Nate D. Sanders Auctions. We try very hard to reserve those hallowed words for pieces that truly fit that description. We can confidently call the “G.I. Joe” prototypes we are putting up for auction on October 30th “rare” and “one of a kind” because that really is what they are. Nate D. Sanders Auctions is excited to announce that we will be auctioning off several museum quality G.I. Joe prototypes owned and designed by…
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Exceptional Collection of King Tut Items Up For Auction — Illuminating the Politically Fraught Backdrop of the Excavation
Buried deep in the Valley of the Kings is a lesser-known story relating to the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, the only intact royal tomb in history – that of the behind-the-scenes clashing between various factions – the archaeologists, conservationists, Egyptian government officials, and on, and on.
What started as an archaeological adventure quickly turned political, legal, even nasty.
The treasures in King Tut’s tomb quickly became a matter of…
He’s charming, debonair, knows his cocktail of choice — and he’s impeccably dressed.
In our August auction, we have a killer piece of James Bond memorabilia; a custom-tailored suit screen-worn by Pierce Brosnan in his most famous role in “The World is Not Enough”.
Brosnan played the coveted role of Bond in the 1999 film, the third of the four films he starred in as the famed M16 agent.
James Bond Suit Screen-Worn by Pierce Brosnan in ”The World is Not Enough”
Nothing quite drums up impassioned cheering and nationalistic pride like the World Cup. Soccer enthusiasts are still reeling from the epic matches played at the Brazil 2014 World Cup, and we here at Nate D. Sanders have scored an incredible World Cup memorabilia auction.
In our current auction ending Thursday, July 31th at 5p.m., we have two exceptional World Cup medals from different epochs in the tournament’s history.
A World Cup Bronze Medal From…
Known as “the Red Baron”, German racing driver Michael Schumacher is aptly named after the famed German Manfred von Richthofen, the famous flying ace of World War I. — Only Schumacher drives a red Ferrari.
Schumacher, also German, is arguably one of the most famous race car driver’s in the history of the sport. He is a seven-time Formula One World Champion and is widely regarded as one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time.
“You win a race, the next race it’s a question…
Race enthusiasts worldwide know Fernando Alonso as the famed Spanish Formula One racing driver and two-time World Champion currently racing for Scuderia Ferrari.
But to his super-fans, he’s something of a phenomenon.
It’s called Alonsomanía — that fanaticism dedicated to the superstar player with an incredibly loyal fanbase. He became Spain’s first Formula One World Champion and the youngest in the sport’s history at the time in 2005 — that wild success fueled an increase in…
We are very proud to have an incredible various memorabilia & a one-item Wimbledon auction ending May 29th at 5pm.
The Wimbledon item is a Championship Gold Medal Won by Early Tennis Great Harold Mahony in 1896
Harold Mahony’s gold medal from Wimbledon 1896. Medal represents the apex of Mahony’s legendary tennis career, triumphing over Wilfred Baddeley for the gold. Mahony was also an Olympic silver medalist and part of the first winning team for the British Isles at the Davis Cu…
At 6’7″ and 205 pounds, Bernard King epitomized the NBA small forward of the 1980s. The NBA star and four-time all-star played for the New Jersey Nets, Utah Jazz, Golden State Warriors, New York Knicks and the Washington Bullets. A top scorer, King averaged 32.9 points per game during the 1984-85 season, more than any other player in the NBA that year.
The Brooklyn-born player played fourteen NBA seasons in total, leading the NBA in scoring in the 1984–85 season…
Elvin Hayes, aka “The Big E” remains one of the most vivacious power forwards to ever play the game — his trademark turnaround jumper and aggressive defense helped him to break countless records with a culmination of his election to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1990.
He played 1,303 games over 16 seasons, registering 27,313 points (eighth all-time) and 16,279 rebounds (fourth all-time).
Here’s a nice, lengthy interview with two superstar athletes — Micha…
Here is a small sample of six items from the http://www.NateDSanders.com auction ending in just 10 days. Please click the link to go directly to the auction.
Directly from Van Heflin’s Son:
Van Heflin’s Best Supporting Actor Oscar For His Performance in ”Johnny Eager”
Oscar statue presented at the 15th Academy Awards in 1943 to Van Heflin, the year’s Best Supporting Actor. Heflin stars in ”Johnny Eager” as Jeff Hartnett, the alcoholic best friend of Robert Taylor’s unscrupulous…