The closed Las Vegas Club is selling its sports memorabilia


Posted on the 29th of October 2015

The closed Las Vegas Club is selling its sports memorabilia

Beginning on Tuesday at 7:00 PM, the Plaza hotel-casino will be selling off hundreds of sports memorabilia items that were once proudly displayed at the Las Vegas Club which closed its doors on the 20th of August 2015. The prices will range from $25 per item and up. Among the hundreds of sports-themed items, interested parties will have a chance to purchase a signed Michael Jordan University of North Carolina Tar Heels basketball jersey, a framed Pete Rose No. 14 Montreal Expos jersey, two official seats from Comiskey Stadium in Chicago and an autographed bat collection from the 1946-1958 World Series games.

“For many years, the Las Vegas Club was a sports fan favorite in downtown Las Vegas,” said Plaza CEO Jonathan Jossel “This pop-up gallery is a great opportunity for those looking for sports memorabilia that also was a unique piece of Las Vegas history.”

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