Known around the world as America’s pastime, baseball was established in several other countries as well, as early as 1877. A Baseball Glove is a crucial piece of equipment for any player, and they vary in quality and of course, price. They can be cheap, or they can be the Most Expensive Baseball Glove.
Most Expensive Baseball Glove
We’ve broken it into 3 sections, the most expensive baseball glove available, the most expensive baseball glove sold to regular players, and the most expensive baseball glove ever sold.
HERMES BASEBALL GLOVE – US$14,100
High end leather goods and accessories company Hermes, announced in 2014 that it was selling a boutique Baseball glove. According to the Hermes, it is made of gold swift calfskin and it took 25 hours to hand stitch. At US$14,100 it is the most expensive Baseball Glove ever sold.
RAWLINGS PRIMO BASEBALL GLOVE – US$450
Founded in 1887 in Missouri, USA, Rawlings has been making Baseball Gloves for over a century.
The Rawlings Primo is constructed of 2 layers of Italian leather with break points strategically placed for maximum movement capabilities. The glove absorbs ball impact and allows you to close your hand as naturally as possible at the moment of impact. The leather outer and calf lining allow for a comfortable feel while ensuring durability.
MOST EXPENSIVE EVER SOLD – US $387,000
Actress and director Penny Marshall bought the last glove worn by the legendary Iron Horse Lou Gehrig.
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