Packers Memorabilia Collection Up For Grabs in IRS Auction
It isn’t very often you see a collection of Green Bay Packers memorabilia like this outside of the Packers Hall of Fame and it’s all going up for auction. That’s bad news for Christopher York, but potentially good news for you.
York, a former resident of Delavan, owes an estimated $187,949 in back taxes.
His Packers collection is being put up for sale by the IRS. The auction will occur in Pewaukee on Oct. 31, between 1 and 5 p.m.
Some of the items that will hit the auction block include official footballs from Super Bowl XXXI and Super Bowl XXXII, an autographed Reggie White jersey, team photos and plaques from 1966 and 1967, an autographed photo of Bart Starr from Super Bowl I, and a 1931 player contract signed by Curly Lambeau.