Appraising Baseball Memorabilia
Registration Information
April 23, 2019 | -
On Demand Recording

Do you panic at the sight of signed baseballs and sports cards? 
When you hear Arnold Palmer, do you get thirsty?

Do you only know Alex Rodriguez as J-Lo’s boyfriend?

If so, have no fear, this presentation on Appraising Baseball
Memorabilia will give you the tools and resources to give you
a handle on how to determine the winners from the losers.
Leila Dunbar,
AAA, ISA AM will provide an overview of
the sports memorabilia and card market, major value factors,
auction houses and dealers with sales databases and authenticity
tip offs so you can advance from a rookie to a veteran.


This is a recording of a webinar previously
held live on April 23, 2019.

1 CE Credits 

Fees (Live and On-Demand):
$40  Members
$50  General Admission

$25 - Sale! General Admission and Members
Sale price will automatically apply at checkout.

If you are unable to attend the live webinar, 
a recording will be sent to you afterwards.

Register online (at the top of this page)
or by calling 212.889.5404 x 11. 

Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment;
registration accepted only with payment. 

No refunds. 


LEILA DUNBAR, AAA, ISA AM has more than three decades
experience in appraising, buying, selling and auctioning pop culture
memorabilia, with a specialty in sports related items and cards.
She is currently Vice Chair of the Appraisal Foundation’s Board
of Trustees and the former owner of Dunbar’s Gallery, specializing
in toys, advertising, posters, folk art, holiday, automotive
and motorcycle memorabilia.

From 1999-2008 Lee was the Director of Sotheby’s Collectibles
Department, New York, setting records for the sale of Babe Ruth’s bat
used on the Grand Opening Day of Yankee Stadium ($1.25 million)
and for a golf club auction ($2.2 million, Jeff Ellis Collection).
In 2010 Lee worked with Sotheby’s as a consultant on the record sale
of the Original Rules Of Basketball, sold for $4.3 million.

In 2008 Lee founded her own appraisal firm and has since valued
more than $750,000,000 in memorabilia, with more than half in
sports memorabilia. Past projects include work with the Baseball,
Football, Hockey and Basketball Halls Of Fame; New York Yankees
and St. Louis Cardinals collections, the USGA and PGA, estates/collections
of Arnold Palmer, Lou Gehrig, Jack Nicklaus Bobby Orr, Kareem Abdul Jabbar
and Muhammad Ali. She is an appraiser on the PBS series Antiques Roadshow 
and has been quoted in magazines such as the New York Times, Forbes, 
Sports Illustrated, Bloomberg, TIME, and the Wall Street Journal.

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