Antique Tennis Rackets
collection

First in the world we have digitized the rare tennis racket collection of Mister V.B. using a special scanner and created a complete NFT copy of the actually existing exhibits.

Besides, a buyer of the collection will also receive original tennis rackets by the delivery service! Where each racket has its own unique history.

An online auction will be held to commemorate the iconic tennis tournament, Roland-Garros, which will take place from May 28 to June 11, 2023

NFT rackets collection

“In order to showcase the unique history behind each racket and to allow collectors a new opportunity to interact with their purchase in new ways, we’ve designed high-quality NFT tokens to accompany each original object sold. I believe the enthusiasm for collecting antiquities needs to evolve with technology. Thanks to state-of-the-art technological advancements, we can now appreciate coveted objects in our own private spaces while also creating a high-quality digital footprint, providing a brand new experience,” says Slava Babienko, an IT entrepreneur and tennis enthusiast who spent over a decade putting together the collection.

The collection of 91 items includes exceedingly rare racket models, some of which have been produced in limited numbers. For some models, only a few exist as collectibles today. The collection’s oldest racket is an iconic 1876 model by the American manufacturer A.G. Spalding & Bros. One of the lots also includes a racket model made between 1906 and 1910 by Brothers Tsygankov manufacturing. It was one of the very first tennis rackets produced in tsarist Russia and was Nicolas II’s preferred racket. Only four of these original models are known to exist today, three of which are on display in museums.

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The rarest collection of more than 90 tennis rackets

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World’s first NFT rackets collection

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Customer gets NFT + real tennis racket

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1 NFT tennis racket, 1 customer

Our rackets collection

We are proud to present our complete collection of rare tennis rackets, where each racket has its own unique history