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Jack Lambert recently auctioned off 23 pieces of his memorabilia and he had one unusual item sell for a good amount of money.
According to Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Lambert put up for auction his light blue plastic holder that contained his false teeth during practices and games at Lelands.com, and it sold for $19,914.
The teeth holder had an opening bid of $300, and the total raised to $1,832 entering the final day of bidding, per Rutter. On the final day, 22 of the 42 bids were made, which sent the price up to nearly $20,000.
Lambert's auction ended on Saturday and it totaled $193,281. The highest item that was purchased was Lambert's game-worn helmet that was autographed from his first Pro Bowl appearance in 1976. The winning bid was $48,014.