Schulte Auctions Features Sports and Entertainment Legends Game-Used Equipment. Auction Closes May 31st at 9:15 pm ET

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Schulte Auctions is one of the premier on-line sports and entertainment auction houses in the country. This "Reliving the Memories" auction features some of the great sports and entertainment legends signed and un-signed vintage memorabilia.

Schulte Auctions announced today the on-line launch of it’s “Reliving the Memories”, a special themed auction designed to celebrate some of the greatest legends in professional sports. The “Reliving the Memories” debut includes such high profile vintage memorabilia including a Mike Curtis game-used Super Bowl jersey, a pristine 1958 Baltimore Colts World Championship team signed football and current Orioles All-Star Brian Roberts game used signed equipment.

In addition, game-used fielders gloves from the Vince Greco Collection, a Don Mattingly, the former New York Yankees Captian’s game-signed used jersey, vintage movie posters, Steve Carlton’s game-used 1972 fielder’s glove (27 wins), Babe Ruth signed NBC contract and various Mickey Mantle and Joe Di Maggio signed items just to mention a few high profile items included in this auction.

Collectors and prospective bidders can visit http://www.SchulteAuctionscom to preview the items that will be auctioned in Schulte’s “Relive the Memories” May auction. The on-line auction closes Monday, May 31st at 9:15 pm EST.

About Schulte Auctions

Schulte auctions is a full-service national sports marketing company specializing in programs and services guaranteeing the authenticity of hand-signed collectibles and licensed collectible products. Schulte Auctions launched in May 2009 and currently conducts monthly on-line auctions featuring unique signed and unsigned sports and entertainment memorabilia and collectibles.

Ray Schulte
(410) 350-6226

Schulte Auctions / 10545 Chester Way / Woodstock, Maryland 21163

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