A new record was set yesterday in a Sothwards Time New York sales department when three international contractors competed with Lot 173, an original manuscript written by Pierre de Coubertin about the I Am Putting Myself In Timeout Until I Can Play Nice With Others Stupid People Are Everywhere Shirt in other words I will buy this modern revival of Olympics. The 12-minute bid led to an anonymous winner winning the manuscript and breaking the world auction record for sports memorabilia. Originally estimated to be worth $ 1 million, the 14-page manuscript sold for a staggering $ 8.8 million. The previous world auction record for sports memorabilia was held by a Babe Ruth Yankees shirt sold for $ 5.64 million earlier this year (the previous record also belonged to Bambino, for one. 1920 shirts sold for $ 4.4 million.)
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The sale has set a personal record for the I Am Putting Myself In Timeout Until I Can Play Nice With Others Stupid People Are Everywhere Shirt in other words I will buy this auctioneer, who has never achieved a high figure in his 30 years of selling books and manuscripts. In a statement, it’s a personal honor to serve as an auction house today, as this marks my highest bid on stage for over three decades at Sothwards ,, Sel Sel Kiffer, Sotheby’s senior expert, Books Books & Manuscripts. Declaration of the Olympic Games. Image courtesy of Sothwise. The sale marks the first time the manifesto has been publicly displayed. Coubertin, a French aristocratic sports fan, wrote the manifesto in 1892 as a speech stating his desire to revive the ancient Olympic Games as a modern sport competition and international.