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Auction to watch: Quad-Cut Camelot

By Andrew Tolentino | BSCM Editor

If you’re looking to kill some time between now and Aug. 21, Beckett Select just launched a particularly epic auction worth keeping an eye on.

Featuring four cut signatures from the Kennedy dynasty, the SP Legendary Camelot quad is currently open to a starting bid of $9,999.99. While this piece is a budget breaker for most, the historical significance of the four-card foldable has the potential to draw somebody with that kind of spending power.

Whether you’re just window shopping or looking to land John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Ted Kennedy in autograph form,¬† this one is a sight to behold before and after¬† it reaches five figures.

3 Comments

The Fighter

nobody is going to drop 10k on that. maybe 6 or 7

Posted August 12, 2011 at 1:53 pm | Permalink
steve archer

did anyone read the Beckett tribute magazine that came out sometime in 2008 & how numerous presidents in the past used wives & people in their staff to sign documents ? How do we know, that these particular people (except maybe Jackie-O) didnt have “ghost signers” ?????

From mod: The autographs should have all been examined by an authenticator. Likely PSA/DNA for Upper Deck.

Posted August 12, 2011 at 3:30 pm | Permalink
Fatty McGee

In all honesty, with the amount of autosigings, incorrect signatures (person with the same name, but so obviously the wrong signature) that have been proven after the fact with several of UD’s cut auto’s I would stunned and surprised if anyone would pay $10,000 for that item. The Ted Kennedy alone is most likely not authentic.

Posted August 15, 2011 at 3:46 pm | Permalink

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