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Richie Russek from "All Star Dealers" stars in the Discovery Channel docu-series about the world of big league memorabilia.

Richie Russek ("All Star Dealers") founded Grey Flannel Auctions in 1989 with Andy Imperato in New York. Grey Flannel, with their experience and expertise, has developed into the world's foremost authenticators and dealers of game-used jerseys. In 1994 GFC became the Official Appraisers and Authenticators for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall Of Fame. In 1998 GFC was hired by Sotheby's to authenticate the uniform collection of Barry Halper. Mr. Halper's collection rivaled that of the Baseball Hall of Fame in scope and was offered in auction during the early part of the summer of 1999.

Grey Flannel entered the auction arena in the early fall of 1999. Grey Flannel Auctions to date has held 26 auctions in their 10-year history, satisfying collector needs and auctioning one-of-a-kind pieces of memorabilia with highlights like "The Called Shot" 1932 Babe Ruth Game-Used Jersey, Yankee Stadium Organ played by Eddie Layton, Jim Brown Cleveland Browns Game-Used Jersey, Pete Maravich LSU Game-Used Jersey, and the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame entire collection of enshrinee plaques.


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Current Residence: Westhampton, NY

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