Sports Illustrated Blog #100 – Site Changes, Toughest Cover Offers, Goldin Auction Gems
We’ve hit the century mark! Many thanks to all that have supported this blog and have accepted it for what it is – A Sports Illustrated opinion blog. It has been my honor to bring my opinion to you and I’m ecstatic our hobby evolution has hit every expectation and more. But we’re nowhere near done…..
As Chris Berman used to say about Jerry Rice “touchdown number X, on our way to touchdown 200”.
Great news – This blog (www.sportillustrated98.com) is now able to communicate directly with me thru the “contact me” portion of the site. You can speak directly to me thru the site with your questions and opinions. Give it a try. I answer all communiques.
News on the Graded SI auction front – Goldin Auctions has some beautiful, high grade, SI consignments currently open for bid. Take a look – some really nice, hard to find first covers, as well as special event issues. You can bid or find out sale details by clicking the link below. Don’t miss this one – Jordan, Ohtani, Jeter, Maris, SI #1 – cgc 9.8, and more.
I am offering for sale nine (9) of the toughest, most in demand SI, first covers out there – mid-grade. These gems are priced to sell. These are the covers collectors hold but I sell. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your buying preferences.
I hope you are enjoying the reads on the history of SI, SPORT, and TIME magazines as well as an insight into relevant magazine collecting.
Great collecting to you in our second century and best fortunes with Sports Illustrated/SPORT magazines.
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