Step inside real estate developer John Sutherland’s Ashland home, and you’ll find one of the most impressive sports and music memorabilia collections around. From a Lombardi trophy and walls filled with signed music and sports memorabilia, to a garage that holds a Carl Edwards car alongside Edward’s hoods and race suits, Sutherland’s estimated 400-piece collection is more than impressive; it’s downright awe-inspiring.
Has John Sutherland’s sports memorabilia collection inspired you to start a collection of your own? There are items available for every budget, including baseball cards that start at a penny apiece on eBay, but some avid collectors have shown that there’s practically no limit to their passion.
1920 Babe Ruth New York Yankees jersey ($4.4 million)
James Naismith’s original rules for basketball from 1891 ($4.3 million)
Mark McGwire’s 70th homerun ball from 1998 ($3 million)
1909 Honus Wagner baseball card ($2.8 million)
1859 soccer rules book ($1.4 million)