The ticket was sold Thursday in Cleveland by Heritage Auctions.READ MORE: NYC Health Commissioner Dr. Dave Chokshi Says He Will Not Follow Updated CDC Mask Guidance: 'I'll Be Keeping My Mask On Indoors In Almost All Settings'
It says over 60,000 tickets were sold to the game at Yankee Stadium. Only two are known to have survived.
Of them, only the mezzanine box ticket had Gehrig’s autograph.
The seller is a collector who didn’t want to be identified.READ MORE: Connecticut Offering $1,000 To First 10,000 Unemployed People To Find A Job
Gehrig retired after being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, now known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
“The Iron Horse” died in 1941 at the age of 37.
In his farewell speech that day, he said: “I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the Earth.”
A 1927 Yankees signed ball sold for $143,400. Babe Ruth’s 702nd home run ball sold for $191,200.MORE NEWS: NYC Mayoral Race: Recent Poll Shows New Yorker's Biggest Concern Is Crime, More Than Half Of Those Surveyed In Favor Of Increasing NYPD Budget
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