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Looking for a bargain on sports memorabilia? Check out IRS auction

The Internal Revenue Service will auction sports and entertainment memorabilia at 9 a.m. April 23 in Fargo, North Dakota. Items can be previewed on April 22 between 2 and 7 p.m. or before the auction at Country Inn & Suites, 3316 13th Avenue ...

The Internal Revenue Service will auction sports and entertainment memorabilia at 9 a.m. April 23 in Fargo, North Dakota.

Items can be previewed on April 22 between 2 and 7 p.m. or before the auction at Country Inn & Suites, 3316 13th Avenue S., Fargo, ND 58103

Collection of Sports Memorabilia over 300 lots including but not limited to: Autographed baseballs, footballs, basketballs, tennis balls.

Superbowl Programs & Sports Illustrated Magazines;

Signed and unsigned sports photos;

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Autographed football & baseball helmets;

Autographed Boxing gloves, equipment & photos;

Signed and unsigned baseball bats;

Signed and unsigned baseball cards;

Vintage baseball & football gear;

Limited number of NASCAR photos & autographed movie & TV cast photos;

Most autographed items have Certificates of Authenticity

A complete inventory list and photographs of some items can be seen at http://www.treasury.gov/auctions/irs/fand_spor_6724.htm

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Property will be offered in the aggregate and separately. The minimum aggregate bid for all 300 lots is $7,362. Mail-In bids will be accepted for aggregate bids only. Payment must be by cash, certified, cashier's or treasurer's check as well as any US Postal, bank, express or telegraph money order. Personal checks and credit cards are not accepted.

Interested bidders can register prior to the viewing by contacting an IRS Property Appraisal and Liquidation Specialist or at the auction site the day of the sale.

For more information about this or other IRS auctions, visit http://www.treasury.gov/auctions/irs

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