Collectable is proud to announce our partnership with Sports Immortals. Through this partnership, we’ll be offering fractional ownership of some of the world’s greatest pieces of sports memorabilia.
The Sports Immortals collection is considered by many to be the world’s largest and most diverse assortment of sports memorabilia, revered by collectors and sports historians around the globe.
SI founder Joel Platt has spent more than seven decades traveling more than one million miles to curate one million mementos from such iconic athletes as Muhammad Ali, Babe Ruth, Jim Thorpe, and Michael Jordan, just to name a few.
Sports Immortals covers the spectrum of memorabilia categories including game worn uniforms and equipment, autographed balls, photos, tickets, programs, awards, and medals.
“Sports Immortals has a jaw-dropping collection of sports memorabilia, arguably the greatest the world has ever seen,” said Ezra Levine, CEO of Collectable. “Seeing and experiencing the collection first-hand was a surreal and visceral experience. I knew, then and there, we had to find a way to bring their collection to Collectable. Through this partnership, and through Collectable’s fractional ownership model, collectors and sports fans will have the opportunity to own some of the most iconic pieces of sports memorabilia the market has ever seen. We couldn’t be more thrilled to share it with sports fans and collectors of all income brackets, all across the country.”
Jim Platt, Joel’s son, and Sports Immortals President, is equally excited about the partnership. “The fractional ownership platform offers us a new and exciting way to keep the memories and achievements of the greatest athletes in sports history alive and as relevant today as they were back then. We have some of the rarest artifacts in existence, and alongside Collectable, we’re thrilled to start sharing several of these items and their stories with sports fans all over the country.”
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”"Absolutely the most outstanding single collection on all sports."The Smithsonian Institution