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With Wimbledon occurring across this next fortnight, a look at memorabilia from tennis championships across time.
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Billie Jean King
I Am Game
A framed game-used racquet and cover from tennis legend Billie Jean King.
A Jack Kramer worn tennis sweater with an unstrung Kramer racquet.
An Andre Agassi signed tennis racquet and cover.
Black And White
Black N White
A 1931 U.S. Tennis Championships signed display, featuring 14 cut signatures, including Ellsworth Vines.
A 1997 U.S. Open shirt and visor, signed by women's tennis stars including Serena and Venus Williams.
A signed lot of three vintage magazines, featuring tennis legends Chris Evert, Jimmy Connors, and Pete Sampras.
A lot of signed and unsigned photographs from tennis legends including Arthur Ashe and Billie Jean King.
Two By Two
Helen Wills' Wimbledon Ladies' Singles Championships gold medal, from an all American final in 1929. Wills defeated Helen Hull Jacobs in straight-sets, 6-1, 6-2.
A signed signature model tennis racquet from a star player with one of the best backhands in history, Don Budge.
Helen Wills' Ladies' Singles Winner's medal and club tag, from her second of four consecutive Wimbledon Championships.
A signed photo of Anna Kournikova, from the "Doodle fot Hunger" auction benefitting St. Francis Food Pantries and Shelters.
Helen Wills' 1924 Wimbledon Singles runner-up silver medal, Wills' only defeat at Wimbledon.
How To Play Tennis
A copy of Ellsworth Vines' "How To Play Better Tennis."
An Arthur Ashe signed tennis racquet cover, and an unsigned LIFE Magazine cover featuring Ashe.
A 1980s Martina Navratilova match-used tennis racquet, signed by the tennis star.
A 1996 commemorative dollar coin, featuring a tennis player from the Atlanta Olympics.
A 2002 Wimbledon program, signed by Serena Williams.
Helen Wills' mixed doubles Championship gold medal from 1929.
A 1980 tennis outfit worn by one of the greatest women's players, Martina Navratilova. Navratilova won more Wimbledon titles than any other women, collecting 9 in her years of competition.
An impressive collection of tennis and golf legends' autographs from the 1920s, including Helen Wills and others.
A 2000 Wimbledon Tennis Championships official program, signed by Pete Sampras.
Helen Wills' 1927 Ladies' Doubles Wimbledon Championship gold medal, from the second of her three victories in the event.