CNN – A Florida doctor who collected sports memorabilia for over four decades dating back to the 1880s left his family his $20 million collection when he passed away from COVID-19.
Dr. Thomas Newman, a neurologist, died following complications from Covid-19 in January, according to his wife, Nancy. He was 73. Now, his large collection is going up for auction.
He was such a wonderful, deep man with so many talents,” Nancy Newman told CNN. Besides being a family man, doctor and collector, Newman was a gifted musician and golfer, Nancy said.
Over the years, the Tampa doctor collected...