1896 Olympic bronze medal a worthy contender at RR Auction, Jan. 19

Athens 1896 second-place bronze medal in its original case, estimated at $70,000-$80,000
Athens 1896 second-place bronze medal in its original case, estimated at $70,000-$80,000
Athens 1896 second-place bronze medal, estimated at $70,000-$80,000

BOSTON – Boasting nearly 400 lots, RR Auction presents its biggest Olympic auction to date. Highlighted by winner’s medals, the grand prize in this sale, which ends on Thursday, January 19, is an Athens 1896 Olympic bronze medal with its original box, issued for the first modern Olympic games. View the fully illustrated catalog on LiveAuctioneers.

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RR Auction presents winning Olympic lineup, Jan. 20

St. Louis 1904 Olympic silver medal for the long jump, awarded to Daniel Frank, est. $75,000-$100,000
St. Louis 1904 Olympic silver winner's long jump medal, awarded to Daniel Frank, est. $75,000-$100,000
St. Louis 1904 Olympic silver medal for the long jump, awarded to Daniel Frank, est. $75,000-$100,000

BOSTON – Boasting an unprecedented selection of nearly 200 lots of winner’s medals, torches and outstanding ephemera, RR Auction‘s January 20 Olympic auction is set to be a record-breaker. View the fully illustrated catalog on LiveAuctioneers.

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1963 Beatles-signed show program tops $30K at RR Auction

 1963 program signed by all four Beatles, $30,250 1963 program signed by all four Beatles, $30,250

1963 program signed by all four Beatles, $30,250

BOSTON, Mass. – A Beatles-signed show program sold for $30,250 in a recently completed sale conducted by RR Auction. The vintage red program, printed with the words ‘The Beatles Show,’ was offered at performances held at the Odeon Cinema in Southport, England, from August 26-31, 1963. The program is also signed inside by four members of Gerry and the Pacemakers: Gerry Marsden, Freddie Marsden, Les Chadwick, and Les Maguire.

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Olympic prizes aplenty at RR Auction July 22

Athens 1896 Olympic silver ‘First Place’ winner’s medal, estimated at $75,000-$100,000
Athens 1896 Olympic silver ‘First Place’ winner’s medal, estimated at $75,000-$100,000
Athens 1896 Olympic silver ‘First Place’ winner’s medal, estimated at $75,000-$100,000

BOSTON – With the Olympic season finally upon us again, RR Auction is pleased to host another auction honoring the worldwide Games. The Olympic Memorabilia Sale features nearly 200 lots; online bidding is scheduled to begin July 15 and conclude July 22. The catalog chronicles Olympics past and present, with a wide selection of relay torches, winner’s medals, participation medals, and Olympic ephemera. View the fully illustrated catalog on LiveAuctioneers.

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