EARLY 1900'S MARK A LINE BASEBALL FIELD CHALK MARKER. HIGH QUALITY MADE FIELD MARKER WITH WOOD BOX AND METAL HANDLE AND WHEELS. MARK A LINE COMPANY WAS FROM CORONA, NEW YORK. IT HAS A METAL NAMEPLATE ATTACHED UNDERNEATH. MAKES A GREAT DISPLAY PIECE FOR A MAN CAVE OR SPORTS BAR. TOUGH TO FIND ANY OF THESE STILL AROUND. I WOULD IMAGINE MOST WOULD HAVE ENDED UP IN THE GARBAGE AFTER THE WOOD ROTTED. WOULD LOOK GREAT RESTORED. 174.99

(is1) 1931 CLEVELAND INDIANS POCKET SCHEDULE. 2” X 3 ½” AND OPENS TO 3 ½” X 4”. HAS SOME TAPE REMNANTS EVEN THOUGH IT IS TOTALLY INTACT AND NOT SPLIT. SUPER OLD SCHEDULE.

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(am207) OCT 5, 1928 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS FRANK FRISCH 1928 WORLD SERIES VERSUS THE NEW YORK YANKEES TYPE 1 PHOTO. PHOTO SHOWS FRISCH SLIDING INTO SECOND AFTER STEALING THE BASE IN THE THIRD INNING OF GAME TWO. LOOKS LIKE MARK KOENIG WAS A LITTLE LATE WITH THE TAG AND ALSO SHOWS TONY LAZZERI AT SECOND AS WELL AS GENE ROBERTSON AT THIRD LOOKING ON. 8" x 10". 49.99
(am209) SEPT 20, 1928 NEW YORK GIANTS FRED LINDSTROM TYPE 1 PHOTO. PHOTO SHOWS LINDSTROM GETTING CAUGHT BETWEEN THIRD AND HOME PLATE. 8" x 10". 44.99
(am219) OCT 14, 1938 FRANK "HOME RUN" BAKER SILVER GELATIN DOUBLE WEIGHT PHOTO. IT LOOKS LIKE THE HEAD PORTION OF THIS PHOTO WAS USED FOR AN ARTICLE IN 1981 BUT THE PHOTO ITSELF IS STAMPED OCT 14, 1938 ALONG WITH INTERNATIONAL NEWS PHOTO. 8" X 10". 59.99
1930'S OPTIMIST LEAGUE RECREATION MEDAL. ENGRAVED EXECUTIVE ON THE BACK. 1 1/2" LONG. 14.99
1940'S U.S. MILITARY BASEBALL TEAM PHOTO. 8" X 10". NICE WALL DISPLAY. 34.99
(bp4) 1920'S BASEBALL PHOTO WITH SOMEONE NAMED STAN. NICE LOOKING WHITE LEATHER GLOVE. 2 1/2" X 4".
EARLY 1900'S SPALDING BASEBALL PIN FOR UNCLE DON'S ATHLETIC CLUB WITH A CROSSED BASEBALL BAT AND TENNIS RACQUET. 3/4" DIAMETER. PIN HAS BROKEN OFF. BASTIAN BROS CO, ROCH (ESTER?), NY IS IN SMALL PRINT ON REVERSE. VERY COOL EARLY SPALDING PIN. 39.99

(as56) 1940’S COOKIE LAVAGETTO 8”X 10” PHOTO PREMIUM. NOT REALLY SURE WHAT THIS IS FROM. IT IS ON THIN STOCK. HAS PLENTY OF SURFACE WEAR TO IT. 9.99

(as52) COPYRIGHT 1905 “PLAY BALL” POSTCARD. NICE COLORS. HAS BEND AT BOTTOM AND SOME PAPER LOSS ON RIGHT SIDE. 9.99

1940'S MIDGET MODELL 21" MINI-BAT. MADE IN MEMPHIS, TN. SMALL OLD CHIP IN HANDLE. 14.99
1930'S BALTIMORE STADIUM LINEN POSTCARD. 9.99
LARGE 1940'S CAMAL AD AUTOGRAPHED BY JOE DIMAGGIO. 10"x13". VERY NICE SIGNATURE. WOULD LOOK GREAT IN A CUSTOM FRAME. DIMAGGIO AUTOGRAPH CAME FROM THE ANDY MICHAEL COLLECTION AND IS GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC AND TO PASS AUTHENTICATION. 149.99
LARGE 1940'S CAMAL AD AUTOGRAPHED BY JOE DIMAGGIO. 11"x14". VERY NICE SIGNATURE. WOULD LOOK GREAT IN A CUSTOM FRAME. DIMAGGIO AUTOGRAPH CAME FROM THE ANDY MICHAEL COLLECTION AND IS GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC AND TO PASS AUTHENTICATION. 149.99
LARGE 1940'S CHESTERFIELD AD AUTOGRAPHED BY JOE DIMAGGIO. 11"x14". VERY NICE SIGNATURE. WOULD LOOK GREAT IN A CUSTOM FRAME. DIMAGGIO AUTOGRAPH CAME FROM THE ANDY MICHAEL COLLECTION AND IS GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC AND TO PASS AUTHENTICATION. 174.99
1930'S LOU GEHRIG 8X10 AD. 14.99
1910'S 4 1/2" X7" AD FOR CAT'S PAW RUBBER HEELS ENDORSED BY W.L. JAMES (BILL LAWRENCE JAMES) OF THE BOSTON BRAVES. MOUNTED ON THICK CARDBOARD STOCK. 14.99
1900'S-1910'S 3 1/2" X 5" AD FOR KAHN BUILDING PRODUCTS FEATURING THE POLO GROUNDS. HAS BEEN MOUNTED ON THICK CARDBOARD STOCK. 14.99
BOSTON RED SOX SMOKEY JOE WOOD AUTOGRAPH . COMES WITH A NICE 11X14 FRAMED PRINT. CHECK IS DATED 1957. HIS RECORD IN 1912 WAS 35-5. HE WAS CONSIDERED TO BE ONE OF THE HARDEST THROWERS EVER. 79.99
JOHNNY VANDER MEER AUTOGRAPHED CINCINNATI REDS 8X10 PHOTO. Vander Meer is the only pitcher in major league history to have thrown back-to-back no-hitters. The Cincinnati hurler no-hit the Boston Bees 3-0 on June 11, 1938 and followed by no-hitting the Dodgers 6-0 on June 15. The latter contest was the first night game ever played at Brooklyn's Ebbets Field. 69.99

(bl2) 1914 B18 BLANKET OF ST. LOUIS CARDINALS BILL DOAK. THESE MEASURE 5 1/4"X5 1/4" AND WERE ISSUE IN EGYPTIENNE STRAIGHTS CIGARETTES. THEY ARE REFERRED TO AS BLANKETS SINCE SOME PEOPLE WOULD ACQUIRE A LARGE GROUP AND SEW THEM TOGETHER INTO A BLANKET. THEY ARE MADE OF THIN FELT MATERIAL. GREAT FOR DISPLAY.

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MAY 31, 1922 LETTER TO HILTON COLLINS CO (MAKERS OF LOUISVILLE MASCOT BASEBALL BATS) FROM BOSTON BRAVES MAJOR LEAGUER FRED M BAILEY AND SIGNED BY HIM.. 8 1/2" X 11".

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(nl1) SUPER RARE 1915 PM1 ORNATE PIN OF CLEVELAND NAPS NAP LAJOIE. MEASURES ABOUT 1 1/4 X 1 1/2". THE IMAGE IS NOT AS BRIGHT AS IT USED TO BE AND IT SHOWS SOME WEAR BUT STILL IS A VERY TOUGH PIN TO COME BY.

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(bl1) 1914 B18 BLANKET OF CLEVELAND NAPS STEVE O'NEILL. THESE MEASURE 5 1/4"X5 1/4" AND WERE ISSUE IN EGYPTIENNE STRAIGHTS CIGARETTES. THEY ARE REFERRED TO AS BLANKETS SINCE SOME PEOPLE WOULD ACQUIRE A LARGE GROUP AND SEW THEM TOGETHER INTO A BLANKET. THEY ARE MADE OF THIN FELT MATERIAL. GREAT FOR DISPLAY.

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(bl3) 1914 B18 BLANKET OF BROOKLYN SUPERBAS OR BROOKLYN ROBINS JOHN HUMMEL DODGERS . THESE MEASURE 5 1/4"X5 1/4" AND WERE ISSUE IN EGYPTIENNE STRAIGHTS CIGARETTES. THEY ARE REFERRED TO AS BLANKETS SINCE SOME PEOPLE WOULD ACQUIRE A LARGE GROUP AND SEW THEM TOGETHER INTO A BLANKET. THEY ARE MADE OF THIN FELT MATERIAL. GREAT FOR DISPLAY.

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(bl4) 1914 B18 BLANKET OF BROOKLYN SUPERBAS OR BROOKLYN ROBINS RED SMITH. THESE MEASURE 5 1/4"X5 1/4" AND WERE ISSUE IN EGYPTIENNE STRAIGHTS CIGARETTES. THEY ARE REFERRED TO AS BLANKETS SINCE SOME PEOPLE WOULD ACQUIRE A LARGE GROUP AND SEW THEM TOGETHER INTO A BLANKET. THEY ARE MADE OF THIN FELT MATERIAL. GREAT FOR DISPLAY.

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SEPTEMBER 7, 1916 FROM HILTON COLLINS CO (MAKERS OF LOUISVILLE MASCOT BASEBALL BATS) 7" X 8 1/2".

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OCTOBER 17, 1923 LETTER FROM LOWE & CAMPBELL ATHLETIC GOODS TO HILTON COLLINS COMPANY (MAKERS OF LOUISVILLE MASCOT BASEBALL BATS).

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(ld7) 1941 ST. LOUIS BROWNS TEAM TYPE 1 SILVER GELATIN PHOTO. 8"X10". HAS VERY SMALL CREASE AT BOTTOM LEFT THAT YOU CAN SEE WHEN TILTED. HAS PLAYER NAMES ON THE BACK THAT WERE PROBABLY ADDED AT A LATER DATE. WILL LOOK GREAT FRAMED.

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(am225) 1928 ROSS YOUNGS POLO GROUNDS MEMORIAL TYPE 1 SILVER GELATIN PHOTO. 8"X10". A.P. PHOTO DATED 9/22/28. HAS SOME CORNER BENDS AND WEAR.

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(cm1) SUPER RARE 1900’S SPIDERMAN CATCHERS MASK WITH RARE THROAT GUARD. 8” WIDE BY 12”. ADULT SIZE. PADS SHOW WEAR BUT ARE STILL SOFT AND THE STRAPS ARE GONE. TERRIFIC TURN OF THE CENTURY CATCHERS MASK.

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(am222) OCT 4, 1930 ST. LOUIS CARDINALS FRANKIE FRISCH AND PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS MICKEY COCHRANE WIREPHOTO. SHOWS FRISCH TAGGING OUT COCHRANE ON ATTEMPTED STEAL. THIS IS CUT DOWN FROM A LARGER SIZE PHOTO. GREAT IMAGE THOUGH. MARKED NEA ON BACK. 5" x 8".

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1937 NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY SPORTS SECRETS BOOKLET. 36 PAGES. 5" X 8". VERY IMFORMATIVE BOOKLET WITH A WIDE VARIETY OF SPORTS. BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF LEADING COACHES IN THE COUNTRY.

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(jf1) 1936-38 JIMMY FOXX BF3 TYPE 1 MINI PENNANT. MEASURE ABOUT 2” X 4 ½”.

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1940'S CLEVELAND INDIANS MUNICIPAL STADIUM LINEN POSTCARD.

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(am126) 1930'S DIAMOND SPITTER CATCHER MASK. PADDING AT BASE IS VERY DAMAGED. STRAPS BROKEN. OK FOR A WALL HANGER.

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(cf2) 1930’S/40’S KEN-WEL CATCHERS MASK. VERY NICE QUALITY MADE MASK WITH A CLOTH PATCH ON THE STRAP AND FULL SILVER STAMPINGS STILL VISIBLE ON BOTTOM PAD. LOOKS LIKE MODEL 44M. STRAPS ARE INTACT AND THE ONE STRAP ON THE SIDE HAS TAPE AROUND IT. NOT SURE WHY BUT IT FEELS VERY SOLID REGARDLESS. PADS ARE ALL IN VERY NICE SHAPE. VERY NICE DISPLAY PIECE.

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1940'S WHEATIES BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS MILKGLASS CEREAL BOWL SEND AWAY PREMIUM. HAS ALL THE CURRENT STARS OF THE DAY AROUND PERIMETER. JOE DIMAGGIO, ELLSWORTH VINES, KIT KLEIN, JACK ARMSTRONG, BABE DIDRIKSON, JANE FAUNTS, RED GRANGE, ROBERT "BOB" FELLER, LAWSON LITTLE. 5" DIAMETER. GREAT SHAPE WITH NO CHIPS OR CRACKS.

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(as37) 1930 SPALDING BASEBALL ATHLETIC LIBRARY 92 PAGES. MISSING COVER. HAS NICE RUTH GLOVE AD ALONG WITH PLENTY OF ARTICLES AND HOW TO PLAY ARTICLES.

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LARGE VERY COLORFUL DATED 1937 WHEATIES AD AUTOGRAPHED BY JOE DIMAGGIO. PAGE DOES SEEM TO HAVE A 2 LIGHT WRINKLES THAT MIGHT BE ABLE TO BE PRESSED OUT. 10"x14". VERY NICE SIGNATURE. WOULD LOOK GREAT IN A CUSTOM FRAME. DIMAGGIO AUTOGRAPH CAME FROM THE ANDY MICHAEL COLLECTION AND IS GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC AND TO PASS AUTHENTICATION.

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CA 1910 ST. ANTHONY BASEBALL TEAM PHOTO. GREAT EARLY PHOTO THAT MEASURES 7 1/2" X 8 1/2", FRAMED IT MEASURES 12" X 14 1/2". NICE EARLY EQUIPMENT IN THE PHOTO.

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(as66) 1910’S PLAINS ??  BASEBALL TEAM PHOTO . MOUNT IS 5” X 6”, PHOTO IS 4” X 5”.

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1909 LET'S GET THE UMPIRES GOAT SHEET MUSIC. DEDICATED TO DETROIT TIGERS. HAS A VERY LIGHT STAMPING OF SOME SORT ON RIGHT SIDE ABOUT 3/4 OF THE WAY UP. BINDING IS TOTALLY LOOSE AND BARELY INTACT WITH SOME OLD TAPE ON INSIDE. WILL LOOK GREAT WHEN IT IS FRAMED. 11" X 14".

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(bw1)1940 SPORTING NEWS RECORD BOOK WITH BUCKY WALTERS ON THE COVER. 3" X 5 1/2". 125 PGS. COVER IS INTACT BUT SPLIT ON SPINE BY STAPLES. PAGES ARE FINE. PLENTY OF INFORMATION INSIDE.

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(as75) NOV 22, 1923 DRAPER MAYNARD SPORTING GOODS FULL PAGE AD.  11” X 14”. WOULD LOOK VERY NICE IN A FRAME.

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PETE GRAY AUTOGRAPHED ST. LOUIS BROWNS 8X10 PHOTO. Despite losing his right arm in a childhood truck accident, Gray became a major league ballplayer. The naturally righthanded youngster learned to throw and bat from the opposite side.

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INDIANAPOLIS HOOSIERS CAPT JACK GLASSCOCK PLATE. 7" DIAMETER. IT APPEARS THIS IS A MODERN DECAL TAKEN FROM AN 1880'S CARD.

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(ra1) 1939 CINCINNATI REDS N.L. CHAMPS CHALK ASHTRAY. 4 1/2" X 5". STAMPED ON REVERSE BY COMPANY AND MADE IN CINCINNATI, OH . BASED ON LOGOS THAT THE REDS USED THIS ONE IS ENTIRELY INSIDE THE "C" INDICATING THE LOGO THEY USED PRIOR 1939. I WAS ALSO ABLE TO FIND A PICTURE OF THE SAME ASHTRAY EXCEPT THAT ONE HAD 1939 WORLD SERIES ON IT.

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1920'S/30'S H&B LOUISVILLE SLUGGER NIGHT STICK USED BY SECURITY AT THE POLO GROUNDS. 23" LONG. HAS SOME DINGS AND DENTS. NICE STAMPINGS. TOP PART OF IT IS HOLLOWED OUT FOR 1 1/2". SUPER ORIGINAL PIECE.

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(br1) 1940’S BABE RUTH QUAKER OAKS WATCH FOB SCORER PREMIUM. MAKER IS ON THE PERIMETER (PARISIAN NOVELTY CO. CHICAGO). HAS LIGHT SURFACE WEAR BUT STILL A GREAT ORIGINAL RUTH COLLECTIBLE.

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(am171) 1910’S/20’S FLANNEL BASEBALL UNIFORM. QUALITY MADE UNIFORM. JERSEY ABOUT 21 1/2” FROM ARMPIT TO ARMPIT WHICH EQUALS BETWEEN LARGE/XLARGE. HAS RED FOX ATHLETIC CLOTHING TAG AND ALSO AN ORLEANS SPORTING GOODS COMPANY, NEW ORLEANS, LA CLOTH TAG.
JERSEY SHOWS SOME WEAR IN SOME SPOTS AND HAS A LIGHT “JE” INSIDE AT THE BOTTOM. PANTS ARE CLOSE TO 32” (ABOUT 16” FROM SIDE TO SIDE). GREAT EARLY DISPLAY UNIFORM.

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(mm30) 1940'S SPALDING WWII DIAMOND SPITTER CATCHERS MASK. MODEL 602. TOP QUALITY SPALDING MASK THAT HAS ALL THE THE STRAPS IN PERFECT WORKING ORDER. MARKED SPALDING U.S. 9-45 ON THE STRAP. STAMPINGS ARE AS DARK AS THE DAY IT WAS MADE. NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND IN THIS CONDITION. PERFECT PIECE FOR A HIGH END COLLECTION.

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CA 1920'S SPALDING BASEBALL SPIKES. GREAT LOOKING EARLY PAIR THAT HAS A SPALDING CLOTH PATCH ON EACH SHOE. I WOULD ESTIMATE BETWEEN SIZE 10-11. ADULT SIZE. GREAT EARLY DISPLAY.

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(am170) 1910’S A.G. SPALDING BASEBALL PANTS. SIZE 36 ON THE TAG. THESE PANTS HAVE NUMEROUS PERIOD REPAIRS ALL OVER THEM THAT GIVES THEM A VERY UNIQUE LOOK  AT A TIME WHEN THINGS WERE REPAIRED RATHER THEN THROWN AWAY. PANTS HAVE A FRAYED SPALDING CLOTH PATCH AND ALSO A MISSING PATCH THAT WAS TO THE RIGHT. SUPER EARLY PAIR OF EARLY PANTS.

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(ph1) 1906 TRANSPORTATION CLUB BASEBALL TEAM CABINET PHOTO. 5 1/2" X 8". HAS WRITING ON THE BACK WITH DIMENSIONS. NOT SURE WHAT IT MEANS. GREAT EARLY PHOTO ON THICK STOCK.

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(ph2) 1906 TRANSPORTATION CLUB BASEBALL TEAM CABINET CARD. 7 1/2 X 9 1/2". SUPER EARLY TEAM PHOTO WITH PLENTY OF BASEBALL EQUIPMENT.

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1939 BALFOUR 10K GOLD AMERICAN LEGION MEDAL 1 1/4" LONG. ENGRAVED ON BACK LANCASTER POST #34 DISTRICT #10 CHAMPIONS 1939. FULTON JRS. (SOLD)

(as48) CA. 1900’S RPPC BASEBALL TEAM POSTCARD. VERY EARLY UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT. HAS SMALL CREASE IN BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER.

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(am126) 1940'S HORIZONTAL BAR CATCHERS MASK. EXTREMELY WELL BUILT MASK. MISSING BOTTOM PAD AND STRAPS AS WELL AS THE EAR FLAP ON THE RIGHT. . DISPLAYS NICE.

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(am172) 1940’S VINTAGE BASEBALL UNIFORM. HAS A LARGE GAMEMASTER SPORTSWEAR MARSHALL CLOTHING MFG CO, BUTLER INDIANA, USA CLOTH PATCH ON BOTH THE JERSEY AND THE PANTS. ALMOST 22” FROM ARMPIT TO ARMPIT WHICH IS APPROX AN EXTRA LARGE. ALL ORIGINAL BUTTONS. PANTS ARE ABOUT A 33” (16 ½” FROM SIDE TO SIDE). GREAT LOOKING VINTAGE UNIFORM THAT WILL LOOK GREAT IN A MAN CAVE OR SPORTS BAR.

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(am168) 1930’S FURNACE MT (KENTUCKY?) BASEBALL UNIFORM. WORN NUMBER 4 ON THE BACK OF THE JERSEY.  MEASURES 21” FROM ARMPIT TO ARMPIT WHICH WOULD EQUAL A LARGE. PANTS ARE APPROX 30” (15” FROM SIDE TO SIDE). NICE UNIFORM FOR DISPLAY.

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(mm33) 194O'S WWII WILSON CHEST PROTECTOR. SUPER ADULT SIZE CHEST PROTECTOR THAT IS MARKED U.S. AND MODEL 705G. THE STRAPS ARE LIKE NEW AND STILL FULLY FUNCTIONABLE AND IT ALSO HAS A NCE WILSON CLOTH PATCH. THIS IS A TOP QUALITY PIECE OF EQUIPMENT AND HARD TO FIND IN THIS CONDITION. SUPER DISPLAY PIECE.

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(am128) 1940'S MACGREGOR GOLDMSITH CATCHERS MASK. PRETTY LARGE MASK THAT IS MARKED ON BOTTOM PAD. STRAPS ARE INTACT BUT BOTTOM PAD NEEDS TIED OFF.

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(am101) 1900’S BASEBALL SPIDERMAN  CATCHERS MASK. COMPLETE WITH STRAP INTACT. SUPER DISPLAY MASK

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(am169) VINTAGE 1930'S/40'S? CHICAGO CUBS STYLE UNIFORM FROM COLUMBIA TOOL TEAM. VERY SOFT COTTON MATERIAL. ALL THE LETTERS ARE SEWN ON. JERSEY HAS NO TAGS BUT MEASURES 21” FROM ARMPIT TO ARMPIT WHICH WOULD BE A SIZE LARGE. PANTS ARE MARKED 32 ON TAG AND ALSO HAVE A RUSSELL SOUTHERN TAG SAYING BOYS LARGE. GREAT LOOKING UNIFORM FOR A CUBS COLLECTOR.

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(am167) 1930’S/40’S BASEBALL UNIFORM. WELL MADE WITH NUMBER 2 IN RED THAT IS SEWN ON BACK OF JERSEY. ON THE BACK SIDE THERE IS A PIECE THAT HAS BEEN CUT OUT FOR MAYBE SOME SORT OF REPAIR. THIS DOES NOT AFFECT IT DISPLAYING ON THE FRONT. THE MATERIAL IS HEAVY DUTY. THE PANTS HAVE A BUTTON MISSING AT THE BOTTOM. THEY ALSO HAVE A SEWN DODGE DAVIS CLOTH PATCH. PANTS ARE NOT MARKED BUT ARE APPROX 32” (16” FROM SIDE TO SIDE). JERSEY IS  22 ½” FROM ARMPIT TO ARMPIT WHICH WOULD BE BETWEEN LARGE AND EXTRA LARGE. NICE PERIOD DISPLAY.

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(am130) 1930'S/40'S RAWLINGS HORIZONTAL BAR CATCHERS MASK. NICE SIZE MASK WITH THE STRAPS INTACT AND DECENT RAWLINGS PATCH.

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(am125) 1910'S SPIDERMAN CATCHERS MASK. STRAPS ARE GONE AND NEED TO BE REPLACED. HAS A SMALL OLD TAPE REPAIR. OK FOR A WALL HANGER.

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1916 POLICE GAZETTE COVER WITH JOHNNY EVERS OF THE BOSTON NATIONALS. HAS A LIGHT HORIZONTAL FOLD IN MIDDLE AND UNDER POLICE GAZETTE BUT IT DOESN'T REALLY SHOW. SUPER IMAGE THAT WILL LOOK AWESOME IN A NICE FRAME. 11' X 16".

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1940'S BROOKLYN DODGERS SQUEAKY RUBBER REMPEL DOLL. 6 1/2" TALL. MARKED REMPEL ON BACK. THESE ARE QUITE A BIT HARDER TO FIND THAN THE CLEVELAND INDIANS ONES THAT WERE MADE TOO

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(am127) 1930'S HUTCH SPIDERMAN CATCHERS MASK. STRAPS ARE BROKEN. OK FOR A MAN CAVE.

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(am104)   1910’S REACH CATCHERS MASK. REACH LOGO MARKED LIGHTLY AT BASE WITH DECENT STAMPINGS. STRAPS ARE BROKEN. STILL MAKES FAR A DECENT EARLY DISPLAY. ADULT SIZE.

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(am124) 1930'S DIAMOND SPITTERS MASK. ADULT SIZE. STRAPS INTACT. BOTTOM PAD NEED TIED OFF. NICE MASK.

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(mm29) 1940'S CATCHERS MASK. DECENT DISPLAY MASK THAT HAS THE STRAPS INTACT.

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(go1) CA 1920'S GOLDSMITH BASEBALL SLIDING PADS. BUTTONS ANS STRAPS INTACT. NICE EARLY GOLDSMITH CLOTH PATCH. NICE FOR A WALL DISPLAY OR SPORTS BAR DECORATION.

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(am103)  1900’S SPIDERMAN CATCHERS MASK. VERY PRIMITIVE DESIGN. GREAT FOR A MAN CAVE.

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(am105) 1920’S CATCHERS MASK. PADS ARE INTACT BUT NO STRAPS. WILL MAKE A NICE EARLY WALL HANGER.

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(am48) 1940’S RAWLINGS HORIZONTAL BAR CATCHER’S MASK. LARGE ADULT SIZE MASK WITH NICE RAWLINGS PATCH. ONE OF THE SIDE STRAPS IS BROKEN. WELL WORN BUT INTACT. GREAT FOR DISPLAY.

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(ys2) 1940'S YANKEES STADIUM LINEN POSTCARD.UNUSED. NO CREASES.

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(as58) 1914 B18 BLANKET. JAMES WALSH OF THE YANKEES 5 1/2” X 5 1/2”.  WALSH IS VERY LIGHT.

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(bs10) 1910'S BASEBALL SCORER. ALL THE DIALS WORK PERFECTLY. DISPLAYS GREAT.

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(as111) 1932 OUR BASEBALL NINE SHEET MUSIC. 9" X 12". NICE GRAPHICS. SPINE IS SPLIT FOR 3/4 OF THE WAY UP.

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1936 NATIONAL CHICKLE FINE PEN PREMIUM R131 JOE DIMAGGIO #103. ( 3 ¼” X 5 ¼”). HAS SOME LIGHT CREASING ON LEFT SIDE.

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(am51) 1900’S SPALDING SPIDERMAN EYES CATCHERS MASK. STRAP NEEDS TO BE REPAIRED BUT STILL HAS SPALDING PATCH. QUALITY MADE MASK. PADS ARE INTACT BUT LITTLE PIECES OF LEATHER FLAKE OFF. NICE EARLY DISPLAY MASK.

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(am50) 1930’S CIRCLE SPITTER CATCHERS MASK. LARGE ADULT SIZE PROFESSIONAL QUALITY MASK. PADS AS WELL AS STRAPS NEED TO BE REPAIRED. IF NOTHING ELSE IT MAKES FOR A SUPER WALL DISPLAY FOR A DESIRABLE TYPE CATCHERS MASK.

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(am49) 1940’S CATCHERS MASK. NICE ADULT SIZE MASK THAT SHOWS PLENTY OF WEAR. STRAPS NEED TO BE REPAIRED. PADS ARE INTACT. TOP PAD HAS WORN THROUGH AREA. NICE WALL HANGER.

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(am82) 1940'S U.S. NAVY WWII RARE ZIPPER JERSEY. ZIPPER STILL WORKS. NUMBERS AND LETTERS ARE SEWN ON. VERY SOFT FLANNEL MATERIAL. COULD USE A DRY CLEANING. ADULT SIZE ALTHOUGH NOT MARKED ANYWHERE. VERY COOL PATCH ON LEFT SIDE WITH U.S/BRITAIN ? FLAG.

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1936 NATIONAL CHICKLE FINE PEN PREMIUM R131 WAITE HOYT ( 3 ¼” X 5 ¼”). HAS LIGHT CREASE MIDDLE RIGHT SIDE. 

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(ja4) 1930'S ANTIQUE SPALDING BASEBALL SPIKES. SUPER CLEAN LOOKING CLEATS THAT MAKE FOR A GREAT DISPLAY. INSIDE ONE OF THEM IS A SUPER SPALDING CLOTH PATCH ON THE TONGUE. SPIKES ARE 11" LONG.

(SOLD)

1936 NATIONAL CHICKLE FINE PEN PREMIUM R131 LEFTY GROVE ( 3 ¼” X 5 ¼”). HAS MULTIPLE CREASES.

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LOT OF (3) 1931 METROPOLITAN STUDIO ST. LOUIS CARDINALS PREMIUM PHOTOS. THEY ALL MEASURE 6 ¼” X 9”. PLAYERS INCLUDE PAUL DERRINGER, RAY BLADES, PEPPER MARTIN.

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1940'S/50'S PAPER MACHE TYPE BASEBALL FIGURINE WITH BATTER AND UMPIRE. 3 1/2" X 4". STILL DISPLAYS NICELY ALTHOUGH THE HEAD LOOKS LIKE IT WAS REPAIRED AND IT LOOKS LIKE THE UMPIRE MIGHT BE MISSING A HAND.

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(AS-5)1930’S ARCOS BASEBALL UNIFORM WITH ORIGINAL HAT. LARGE ADULT SIZE UNIFORM WITH A 38 SEWN ON JERSEY AS WELL AS A REGAL SPORTS SHOP, JAMAICA, NY SEWN TAG. BACK OF JERSEY IS #17. ALL BUTTONS STILL THERE, AIR HOLES FOR UNDER ARMS. PANTS ARE A SIZE 30 WITH JACK W. BOWERS #17 SEWN TAG. VERY NICE ORIGINAL MULTI COLOR ADULT HAT TOO.

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1910’S SPALDING ?? SPIDERMAN EYE CATCHER MASK WITH ORIGINAL SUN VISOR. VERY HEAVY DUTY SOLID CONSTRUCTION MASK. TOP STRAP IS BROKEN. PADS ARE INTACT BUT SHOW WEAR. BOTTOM PAD HAS A "NO" SOMETHING AND NEXT TO IT LOOKS LIKE A FAINT SPALDING LOGO. NICE EARLY 1900’S MASK.

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1946 SAN FRANCISCO SEALS P.C.L. PROGRAM. 26 PAGES VERSUS PORTLAND BEAVERS. COOL AD WITH TONY LAZZERI MELODI LANE COCTAIL BAR. UNSCORED WITH JAKE MOOTY AND CLIFF MELTON NAMES WRITTEN ON ROSTER. SIGNED F SHONE OF THE BEAVERS IN PENCIL. ALSO A GREAT AD FOR JOE DIMAGGIO'S RESTAURANT ABOVE BEAVERS TEAM. A COUPLE OF THE TOP INSIDE CORNERS HAVE A VERY SMALL BEND. VERY CLEAN OVERALL PROGRAM.

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(ys1) 1928 YANKEE STADIUM POSTCARD. POSTALLY USED. HAS A COUPLE OF REALLY LIGHT CREASES BUT STILL LOOKS FINE. LITTLE NOTE WRITTEN ABOUT SOMEBODY WHO HAD JUST MOVED TO N.Y. AND STARTED A NEW JOB.

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(as112) 1930'S HEALTHKNIT UNDERSHIRT WITH ORIGINAL BOX. 8" X 8". LID HAS ONE CORNER SPLIT BUT IS IN OVERALL PRETTY NICE SHAPE. MAKES A NICE DISPLAY PIECE.

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1913 SPALDING BASEBALL TROPHY. LARGE SILVER ? STAMPED QUADRUPLE PLATE 1752 UNDER BASE. QUITE LARGE MEASURING 9" WIDE AND 12" TALL. INSCRIBED SPALDING TROPHY CHAMPIONSHIP NORTH DIVISION PRESBYTERIAN BASEBALL LEAGUE WON BY BUENA MEMORIAL 1913. HAS SOME NICE ORNATE DETAILS UNDER RIM. BASE HAS SOME DINGS. SITS NICE AND STRAIGHT. HAS AREAS WERE IT LOOKS LIKE THE FINISH HAS WORN OFF. I AM NOT SURE IF THIS CAN BE CLEANED OR NOT. ENGRAVINGS ARE NICE AND DEEP. DISPLAYS VERY NICELY.

(SOLD)

1930 ABC CLUB AMERICAN LEGION CHAMPIONS REACH COMPANY BASEBALL CHARM. GREAT SHAPE.

(SOLD)

(jj1) CA 1915 "SHOELESS" JOE JACKSON STARS OF THE DIAMOND SCHOOL NOTEBOOK. 7" X 8". STILL HAS QUITE A FEW PAGES LEFT INSIDE. BINDING IS TIGHT. COVER IS QUITE WORN BUT STILL HAS A DECENT LOOKING PHOTO. TOUGH ORIGINAL "BLACK SOX" PLAYER ITEM. VERY RARE.

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AUG 23, 1916 VIRGINIAN-PILOT AND THE NORFOLK LANDMARK PAPER. 16 1/2" X 22". HAS A LARGE GROVER CLEVELAND ALEXANDER COCA-COLA-AD. PLENTY OF MLB BOX SCORES INCLUDING THE YANKEES AND WHITE SOX WITH JOE JACKSON ALONG WITH MANY HALL OF FAMERS FROM DIFFERENT TEAMS OF THE ERA. HAS LEAGUE LEADERS SPEAKER, COBB AND JACKSON. IT IS IN A CHEAP FRAME THAT IS 20" X 26" WITH GLASS. PAPER IS IN WELL PRESERVED CONDITION. CAN BE SHIPPED WITH OR WITHOUT FRAME.

(SOLD)

1940'S U.S. MILITARY BASEBALL TEAM PHOTO. 8" X 10". NICE WALL DISPLAY. NO GLASS IN FRAME.

(SOLD)

(AS-6) DATED 1928 “K” UNIFORM WITH ORIGINAL PANTS, STIRRUPS AND HAT. SHIRT IS UNMARKED WITH A SIZE BUT IS WITHOUT A DOUBT FOR AN ADULT. MARKED WITH A BURGHARDT ATHLETIC GOODS MILWAUKEE CLOTH PATCH. PANTS ARE MARKED W.L. YOUNG 1928. THERE IS A PERIOD STITCHING REPAIR ON LEG. ALSO INCLUDED IS THE STRRUPS AND UNIFORM SHORT BRIM HAT. GREAT DISPLAY PIECE.

(SOLD)

1920'S/30'S PARKER BROTHERS BASEBALL FOOTBALL AND CHECKERS GAME. 9"X17". SUPER GRAPHICS ON COVER. APPEARS TO ONLY BE MISSING THE DICE. CHECKERS AND MARKERS ARE MADE OF WOOD.

(SOLD)

(ss1) 1900'S SEN SEN GUM PERPETUAL BASEBALL COUNTER. SUPER GRAPHICS. GREAT DISPLAY PIECE.

(SOLD)

1940'S P.C.L. SALT LAKE CITY BEES BASEBALL BAT KEYCHAIN. 2" LONG.

(SOLD)

1915 T.C.L. CHAMPIONS SPALDING BASEBALL CHARM. ALSO HAS C.B. UNDERNEATH. SPALDING LOGO AT BOTTOM.

(SOLD)

(as51) DATED 1914 BASEBALL THEMED VALENTINES DAY CARD. (SOLD)

CA 1925 THE NEW "U-BAT-IT" BASEBALL BOARD GAME. 13'" X 20". SEEMS TO BE AN OBSCURE GAME MADE BY THE OKLAHOMA TOY COMPANY. I THINK IT HAS ALL THE PIECES AND STILL WORKS.

(SOLD)

(as64) 1943 OR 1944 OFFICIAL LINE UP CARD FOR CHIGAGO CUBS. IVAL GOODMAN ONLY PLAYED TWO SEASONS WITH THE CUBS 1943 AND 1944. 4” X 5”.

(SOLD)

(as86) 1930'S DAVEGA SPORTING GOODS (NEW YORK) SHIN GUARDS. VERY RUSTIC LOOKING WITH PLENTY OF USE. NONE OF THE STRAPS WORK AND THERE IS PLENTY OF WEAR TO THE PADDING. SOMEHOW THE DAVEGA CLOTH PATCH SURVIVED. IT IS ONLY ON ONE OF THEM AND I DON'T THINK IT WAS EVER ON THE OTHER ONE. VERY NICE FOR A DISPLAY.

(SOLD)

(lg1) 1930'S LOU GEHRIG KNOT HOLE GANG LEAGUE OF AMERICA FELT PATCH PREMIUM. 3 1/2" WIDE. FRONT SIDE IS IN SUPER SHAPE. BACK SIDE HAS A COUPLE OF WEAR SPOTS. THESE WERE OFFERED IN THE 1930'S BY THE GOUDEY COMPANY BY SENDING IN WRAPPERS. TOUGH ITEM THAT DISPLAYS GREAT.

(SOLD)

1890'S/1900'S "BIRD CAGE STYLE" CATCHERS MASK. THIS IS A TRUE RELIC FROM THE EARLY STAGES OF BASEBALL EQUIPMENT. A LARGE ADULT SIZE MEASURING 11" TALL AND 7" WIDE. MOST BIZARRE IS THAT IT IS 6" DEEP. FEELS LIKE HEAVY GAUGE STEEL. THE STRAPS HAVE BROKE AND ARE INCLUDED BUT I AM NOT SURE THEY CAN BE FIXED. IT DOES SIT NICELY ON A WALL FOR DISPLAY. THE METAL HAS SOME BENDS FROM I WOULD THINK BASEBALLS HITTING IT.

(SOLD)

(as53) 1906 MILTON COLLEGE BASEBALL TEAM PHOTO POSTCARD. 3 ½” X 6.

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(as87) 1930'S BASEBALL SPIKES. OUTSTANDING LARGE ADULT SIZE IN INCREDIBLE SHAPE. GREAT DISPLAY PIECE. IF I HAD TO GUESS I WOULD FIGUR E AT LEAST SIZE 10 TO 11.

(SOLD)

1907 CHICAGO CUBS FRANK CHANCE SHEET MUSIC. VERY LARGE 11" X 13 1/2". WOULD LOOK GREAT IN A NICE CUSTOM FRAME. ALONG THE SPINE IS A PERIOD STITCHING JOB AS THE SPINE MUST HAVE SEPARATED. IT BLENDS VERY WELL AS I DID NOT EVEN NOTICE IT AT FIRST. SOME CHIPPING ON EDGES AND A 2 1/2" TEAR ABOVE "PARADE" AND ONE 1/2" BELOW THE "E" THAT HIDES WELL. GREAT COLORS. VERY RARE CUBS PIECE THAT WOULD DISPLAY GREAT.

(SOLD)

(as43) 1920’S BASEBALL PHOTO OF LITTLE BOY IN UNIFORM WITH BAT AND GLOVE. 3 ½” X 5”.

(SOLD)

1920’S RPPC HOUSE OF DAVID BASEBALL TEAM POSTACARD. UNUSED. BASED ON THE EQUIPMENT LAYING IN FRONT OF THE TEAM THIS IS FROM THE 1920’S. GREAT IMAGE OF THE TEAM.

(SOLD)

(as31) 1940 FAMOUS SLUGGER YEARBOOK WITH DIMAGGIO ON THE COVER. 4 ½” X 6 ½”. 64 PAGES. FABULOUS CONDITION WITH A TIGHT SPINE, WHITE PAGES INSIDE AND SHOWS ALL LOUISVILLE SLUGGER BATS FOR SALE WITH PICTURES.

(SOLD)

(as10) 1910’S BASEBALL ADVERTISING FAN. NICE GRAPHICS WITH UNSCORED SCORECARD ON IT. ADVERTISING FOR P DULBIS. MADE BY BAY STATE CALENDAR, BOSTON. MEASURES 8 ½” X 8 ½”

(SOLD)

(as85 ) 1940'S CHEST PROTECTOR. VERY LARGE ADULT SIZE THAT HAS PLENTY OF WEAR TO IT. PIPING IS TORN/MISSING AROUND THE TOP AREA AND SOME OF THE SIDES. THE MAIN BODY IS FINE WITH LOTS OF DIRT AND STAINING FROM PLENTY OF USE. THE STRAPS ARE COMPLETE AND STILL WORK. GREAT DISPLAY.

(SOLD)

(AS-2) 1920’S/30’S UNITED SHIPPING BASEBALL UNIFORM WITH ORGINAL HAT AND STIRRUPS. ADULT SIZE UNIFORM WITH “42” TAG ON JERSEY, #6 SEWN ON BACK. VENTILATED UNDER ARMS. QUALITY MADE. ALL BUTTONS STILL ATTACHED. PANTS ARE COMPLETE AS WELL WITH A COUPLE OF PERIOD STITCHING REPAIRS. HAT IS ADULT SIZE AS WELL.  STIRRUPS ARE BLUE BUT I THINK ORIGINAL WITH THE UNIFORM.

(SOLD)

LOT OF 1939 WILSON DEALER PRICE LISTS PLUS 1936 GOLF PRICE LIST.. ALL MODEL NUMBERS.

(SOLD)

1940'S BROOKLYN DODGERS SQUEAKY RUBBER REMPEL DOLL. 6 1/2" TALL. MARKED REMPEL ON BACK. THESE ARE QUITE A BIT HARDER TO FIND THAN THE CLEVELAND INDIANS ONES THAT WERE MADE TOO.

(SOLD)

1940'S BOSTON RED SOX EDDIE STANKY MINI BAT. LS40. 16" LONG. STAMPINGS ARE LIGHT BUT VISIBLE.

(SOLD)

(as35) 1937 WHO’S WHO IN BASEBALL WITH LOU GEHRIG ON THE COVER. 95 PAGES. GREAT SHAPE WITH NICE COLOR. SOME WEAR IN TOP LEFT CORNER AND A SMALL STAIN ON TOP OF BACK PAGE. INSIDE PAGES ARE IN FINE SHAPE.  

(SOLD)

1940'S HYDE BASEBALL SPIKES. NICE HYDE CLOTH PATCH INSIDE ONE OF THEM. SIZE 8. NICE DISPLAY.

(SOLD)

1940'S ST. LOUIS BROWNS DECAL BAT FROM SPORTSMANS PARK. 15" LONG. GREAT ORIGINAL SOUVENIR FROM THE STADIUM WITH A VERY LARGE PERCENTAGE OF DECAL REMAINING.

(SOLD)

(as68) ORIGINAL 1911 HONUS WAGNER COCA-COLA AD. VERY COOL 5 ½” X 7” AD FROM THE WILMINGTON, N.C PAPER OF JUNE 23, 1911.

(SOLD)

 (as7) LOT OF 6 1930’S RED BALL MINI PENNANTS INCLUDING 1936 YANKEES CHAMPIONS, REDS, PRINCETON, YALE, VERMONT, MANHATTAN. THEY MEASURE 2 1/4” X 4 1/4”.

(SOLD)

(AS-4) 1940’S/50’S LOWE & CAMPBELL ATLETIC GOODS WOMENS ? BASEBALL UNIFORM. SIZE 34. PANTS ARE VERY SHORT WITH BELT. NUMBER 3 SEWN ON BACK. MADE OF A SATIN MATERIAL.

(SOLD)

(as54) 1914 B18 BLANKET. LUKE BOONE OF THE YANKEES. 5 1/2” X 5 1/2”. 

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(as41) 1923 THE KNACK OF BATTING BOOKLET BY LOUISVILLE SLUGGER. 40 PAGES. NICE BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF PLAYERS OF THE DAY INCLUDING RUTH, SISLER, KELLY, SPEAKER. CENTER PAGE HAS COME LOOSE. HAS AD WITH L.S BATS THAT SOMEBODY NUMBERED IN PENCIL BELOW AND ALSO BY PLAYER NAME. DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH ANY OF THE INFORMATION.

(SOLD)

1920'S SPALDING OFFICIALS WHISTLE. NICE SPALDING LOGO. WHISTLE STILL WORKS FINE.

(SOLD)

(as63) CA 1910 CHRISTY MATHEWSON AND WALTER JOHNSON SCHOOL NOTEBOOK. AS CAN BE SEEN THE COVER IS IN POOR SHAPE WITH A SECTION MISSING AND THE PAGES HAVE A SECTION MISSING AS WELL.  DATED SEP 3, 1910 INSIDE. LOOKS LIKE THE YOUNG STUDENT USED THIS AS A SPELLING BOOK. THE COVER IS STILL ATTACHED TO THE SPINE AND AT LEAST THE MATHEWSON IMAGE LOOKS GOOD. THE BACK COVER LOOKS VERY NICE WITH WALTER JOHNSON ALTHOUGH THERE IS A TEAR AT THE RIGHT BOTTOM CORNER THAT GOES IN ABOUT 3”. IT COULD BE TAPED IF ONE WANTED. DESPITE THE CONDITION PROBLEMS THIS IS A VERY COOL EARLY ITEM.  

(SOLD)

CA 1910'S WILDER BASEBALL GAME WITH ST. LOUIS CARDINALS SLIDING PLAYER. HAS PAT APPLIED FOR ON GAME BOARD. ON REVERSE OF LID IS NATIONAL AND AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAMS. HAS PITTSBURGH SPELLED WITHOUT AN "H" WHICH WAS THE SPELLING FROM 1896-1911. HAS GREAT GRAPHICS. INSIDE HAS CARDBOARD STANDS SURROUND, AS WELL AS ENVELOPE WITH ALL 4 RUNNERS, BAT AND BALL. OUTSTANDING DISPLAY AND VERY RARE COMPLETE GAME. BOX MEASURES 12 1/2" X 20 1/2".

(SOLD)

(pw1) 1910’S GOLDSMITH SMOOTH FACE SHIN GUARDS. GREAT EARLY 1900’S SHIN GUARDS THAT ARE BOTH  MARKED ON EACH SIDE GOLDSMITH 6 REFERRING TO THE MODEL NUMBER. THEY ARE ADULT SIZE AT 19” LONG AND BOTH TOP AND BOTTOM STRAPS WORK FINE. THE MIDDLE STRAPS ARE MISSING WHERE IT CONNECTS. GREAT DISPLAY ITEMS. 224.99

(SOLD)

1910 "THE STEAL" POSTCARD. HAS MULTIPLE CREASES.

(SOLD)

LOT OF (2) CA. 1906 EMBOSSED BASEBALL POSTCARDS. ONE IS POSTMARKED AUG29, 1906.

(SOLD)

(as64) 1944 or 1945 OFFICIAL LINE UP CARD FOR NEW YORK GIANTS. 4” X 5”. MEL OTT AND ERNIE LOMBARDI IN THE LINE UP FOR THE GIANTS. TREADWAY ONLY PLAYED 2 SEASONS FOR THE GIANTS. 1944 AND 1945.

(SOLD)

1920'S DRAPER MAYNARD MEDAL WITH WALTER JOHNSON LIKENESS POSE AND D&M MARKED ON THE DOG. ROBBINS CO ATTLEBORO. SUPER MARKINGS AND A GREAT D&M DISPLAY PIECE. 1 1/4".

(SOLD)

CA. 1930'S DIZZY AND DAFFY DEAN WRITING TABLET NOTEBOOK. FAMOUS GASHOUSE GANG BROTHERS ARE FEATURED ON THE COVER OF THIS COOL OLD PIECE. WOULD LOOK GREAT FRAMED. HAS A LIGHT NAME AT TOP ALONG BROWN BORDER AND WEAR TO EDGES AS SEEN IN PICTURE. HAS ABOUT 4 OR 5 WRITING PAGES LEFT. TOUGH ORIGINAL ST. LOUIS CARDINAL ITEM FROM THE WORLD CHAMPIONS.

(SOLD)

(as81) 1959 FOUR ROSES ANTIQUE KENTUCKY BOURBON BASEBALL PLAYER AD. 10” x 13 ½”

(SOLD)

(as38)  1940’S PLAY BALL BASEBALL PUNCH BOARD. UNUSED. 4 ½” X 7”. NICE COLORS. 

(SOLD)

(pw3) 1930’S/40’S GLOBE HORIZONTAL BAR CATCHERS MASK. STRAP IS COMPLETELY BROKEN BUT INCLUDED. PADDING HAS SOME WORN THROUGH AREAS. NICE GLOBE STAMPING ON EXTERIOR BASE. HANGS NICELY FOR DISPLAY.

(SOLD)

1910'S A.J. REACH INFLATABLE CHEST PROTECTOR. MODEL 6P. NICE CLOTH A.J. REACH PATCH. ALL STRAPS ARE INTACT AND WORK. THE TOP STRAP THAT GOES AROUND NECK AND HAS A TEAR THAT COULD BE FIXED IF YOU WANTED. THE HOLE IS RIGHT WHERE THE VALVE WOULD HAVE BEEN (BOTTOM LEFT PHOTO IN LINK). THE VALVE ITSELF IS GONE. THE CHEST PROTECTOR ITSELF IS VERY DENSE AND HEAVY AND NOT AS FLEXIBLE AS YOU WOULD THINK. THE APRON PART MEASURES 25"X16". A NICE EXAMPLE OF THIS DESIRABLE CHEST PROTECTOR.

(SOLD)

1941 LAFAYETTE RITTGERS BASEBALL STATUES DISTRIBUTED BY SUTTLE & AMUS CHICAGO, ILL. GREAT SET OF 3 CHALKWARE STATUES. PLAYERS ARE 8" TALL AND UMPIRE IS 7" TALL. REMARKABLE SHAPE WITH ONLY A COUPLE OF CHIPS HERE AND THERE. ALL 3 PIECES ARE MARKED IN THE FOOT AREA. NO REPAIRS HAVE BEEN DONE TO ANY OF THEM AS THESE WERE NOTORIOUS FOR BREAKING.

(SOLD)

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1940'S BABE RUTH L.S.40 MINI-BAT. 16" LONG. BEAUTIFUL STAMPINGS. GREAT LITTLE RUTH SOUVENIR.

(SOLD)

1940'S NEW YORK YANKEES BABE RUTH LS40 MINI BAT. 16". NICE STAMPINGS. HAS SOME DINGS HERE AND THERE BUT STILL DISPLAYS VERY NICELY.

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(as39) 1940’S PLAY BALL BASEBALL PUNCH BOARD. UNUSED. 4 ½” X 7”. NICE COLORS. 

(SOLD)

(pw2) 1920’S A.J. REACH CHEST PROTECTOR. MODEL 86. QUITE LARGE MEASURING 30” X 17”. DEFINITE REACH LOGO ALTHOUGH IT LOOKS BLURRY. THE LOGO IS STAMPED ON BOTH SIDES. THE SIDE TO SIDE STRAPS  ARE INTACT AND WORK. THE TOP STRAP IS TIED TO THE MIDDLE. GREAT EARLY DISPLAY PIECE.

(SOLD)

(as33) 1924 WORLD SERIES TICKET STUB. GAME 7. HAS SCORES OF PREVIOUS GAMES ON BACK. WASHINGTON SENATORS BEAT THE NEW YORK GIANTS. WALTER JOHNSON MADE HIS FIRST WORLD SERIES APPEARANCE. HE HAD LOST HIS FIRST TWO STARTS AND CAME IN RELIEF IN THE 9TH AND PITCHED TWO EXTRA INNINGS TO GET THE WIN.

(SOLD)

VINTAGE 1920'S A.G. SPALDING BASEBALL UNIFORM WITH JERSEY, PANTS, BELT AND ORIGINAL HAT. A TOUGH COMPLETE ADULT SIZE UNIFORM. APPEARS TO BE A TEAM FROM DE GRAY WITH A FADED VILLAS DRUGS ON BACK OF JERSEY. VERY THICK MATERIAL. SHIRT SIZE SIZE 42 WITH A LARGE SPALDING PATCH 1 1/2" X 1 1/2". ALL BUTTONS ARE STILL ON JERSEY. THERE IS A SMALL STAIN ON FRONT. PANTS ARE A SIZE 38 WITH A HUGE PATCH AS WELL AND THEY ALSO HAVE THE BELT. ALSO IS THE MATCHING HAT THAT YOU ALMOST NEVER SEE WHICH IS IN FAIR CONDITION ON THE INSIDE BUT STILL LOOKS NICE ON THE EXTERIER. THIS IS A FINE PERIOD SPALDING UNIFORM.

(SOLD)

(as40) 1906-7 UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA BASEBALL SCHEDULE. 3 ½” X 5 ½”. HAS AD FOR TRAYMORE TAILORING COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA ON BACK.

(SOLD)

1940'S CATCHERS MASK. PRETTY NICE SHAPE. NICE PADDING. STRAPS ARE TIED TO SIDES. DISPLAYS NICE.

(SOLD)

1940 CINCINNATI REDS CHAMPIONS CREST OIL COMPANY TAG. MADE OF SOME SORT OF BRASS MAYBE? STATES "IF FOUND DROP IN ANY MAILBOX" AS WELL AS #1288. 1 1/2" X 3/4". UNIQUE 1940 REDS ITEM.

(SOLD)

1940'S NIGHT BASEBALL AT YANKEE STADIUM LINEN POSTCARD.

(SOLD)

1930'S/40'S WILSON CIRCLE SPITTER CATCHERS MASK. VERY LARGE ADULT MODEL AT 12"X11". STAMPED W305 UNDER CHIN PAD. SUPER WILSON CLOTH PATCH. STRAP ON LEFT SIDE IS BROKEN AS WELL AS TOP STRAP WHICH WAS STAPLED TOGETHER. STILL DISPLAYS VERY NICELY.

(SOLD)

1940'S BASEBALL SPIKES. NICE SHAPE. SIZE 5. NICE FOR WALL HANGER.

(SOLD)

1940'S BROOKLYN DODGERS SQUEAKY RUBBER REMPEL DOLL. 6 1/2" TALL. MARKED REMPEL ON BACK. THESE ARE QUITE A BIT HARDER TO FIND THAN THE CLEVELAND INDIANS ONES THAT WERE MADE TOO

(SOLD)

1910'S GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY DISPLAY. MEASURES 10"X12". SUPER DISPLAY PIECE IN VINTAGE FRAME WITH TURN OF THE CENTURY SILKS. THAT IS JUST A GLARE OVER THE LACROSSE SILK.

(SOLD)

1940'S ST. LOUIS BROWNS SOUVENIR FAN. UNUSED CONDITION.

(SOLD)

1920 GRANGE BASE BALL LEAGUE RIEHLAND GRANGE TROPHY. VERY TALL 13" TO TOP OF HANDLES. PRETTY NICE SHAPE. BASE MUST BE A LITTLE WARPED AS IT SITS ON A BIT OF ANGLE. STILL DISPLAYS NICELY.

(SOLD)

1920'S DRAPER MAYNARD DAVE BANCROFT HOW TO PLAY THE INFIELD BOOKLET. LITTLE 4 PAGE PREMIUM THAT I BELIEVE CAME WITH THE GLOVE. NICE AD ON THE BACK. 3 1/2" X 5 1/2"

(SOLD)

1920'S SPALDING C L "GABBY" HARTNETT 16" MINI-BAT.

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1930'S/40'S BASEBALL SPIKES. ESTIMATING A SIZE 10. GREAT SHAPE. GREAT FOR A WALL DISPLAY.

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1900'S BUFFALO ATHLETIC CLUB CIGAR BOX. ALL WOOD BOX WITH SUPER GRAPHICS UNDER LID. BOX IS 5" X 9". DISPLAYS GREAT.

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1940'S STAR BASEBALL GAME BY WM ULRICH SPOKANE BASEBALL CLUB. STILL IN ORIGINAL WRAP. CARDS HAVE A PLAYER PICTURE ON THE BACK. SAME SIZE AS A REGULAR DECK OF CARDS.

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AUG 4TH, 1935 NEW YORK GIANTS VS BOSTON BRAVES WITH BABE RUTH IN LINEUP CARD PROGRAM. GREAT ORIGINAL 4 PAGE PROGRAM (CENTER PAGE IS LOOSE) THAT AFTER RESEARCHING THE STARTING PITCHERS WERE CARL HUBBELL VS HUCK BETTS. GIANTS WON 3-1. ALTHOUGH RUTH IS IN THE PREPRINTED LINEUP HE DID NOT PLAY THAT DAY AS HIS LAST AT BAT WAS MAY 31. HE MUST HAVE STILL TRAVELED WITH THE TEAM SINCE HIS FINAL APPREARANCE WAS 8 DAYS AFTER THIS GAME ON AUG 12 AT FENWAY PARK WITH 41,766 ATTENDING THE GAME.

(SOLD)

1930'S/40'S YALE HORIZONTAL BAR CATCHERS MASK. YOUTH SIZE. HAS BUILT IN SUN VISOR WITH THE BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER PIECE MISSING. NICE PADDING, ORIGINAL STRAPS.

SOLD

1940'S L.S. 40 TAFT "TAFFY" WRIGHT 16" MINI BAT. NICE BROWN COLOR WITH GOLD STAMPINGS. PLAYED FROM 1938-1949 MOSTLY WITH THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX.

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1942 JOE ABREU AMYX WEST PLAINS, MO 16" MINI BAT. ABREU PLAYED 1 YEAR (1942) FOR THE CINCINNATI REDS.

SOLD

OLD TY COBB CAST IRON BANK. 6" TALL. VERY MINIMAL PAINT LOSS. I AM NOT REALLY SURE HOW OLD IT IS AND BELIEVE IT IS A REPRODUCTION.

SOLD

1930'S BASEBALL CLEATS. LARGE ADULT SIZE 11 1/2". ALL THE CLEATS ARE INTACT ALONG WITH SOME VERY OLD DIRT. THEY DISPLAY GREAT.

SOLD

1931 GIRLS BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY. 7" TALL. VERY EARLY GIRLS BASEBALL ITEM. DISPLAYS NICELY.

SOLD

1940'S BROOKLYN DODGERS SQUEAKY RUBBER REMPEL DOLL. 6 1/2" TALL. MARKED REMPEL ON BACK. THESE ARE QUITE A BIT HARDER TO FIND THAN THE CLEVELAND INDIANS ONES THAT WERE MADE TOO.

SOLD

1920'S DRAPER MAYNARD ENVELOPES. GREAT LOGO AND PICTURES ON THE BACK OF ONE OF THEM.

SOLD

1937 FIGURAL CATCHER TROPHY. ALL STAR SOFTBALL. OVERALL 9 1/4" TALL. CATCHER IS 5 1/2" TALL. DISPLAYS GREAT.

SOLD

RPPC YORK PROHIBS 1913 POSTCARD. YORK NEBRASKA ON BACK.

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1940'S BAMBINO BASEBALL GAME. BOX MEASURES 10"X15". SOME OF THE FLAPS AND CORNERS OF LID HAVE BEEN TAPED AND LID HAS WEAR. HAS MAKESHIFT STANDS THAT SIT AT END OF BOX. ALSO BUILT IN BALL AND LOOSE BAT. I AM NOT SURE IF IT IS COMPLETE OR NOT. HAS COPYRIGHT DATE OF 1946. STILL DISPLAYS PRETTY NICELY AND MAKES FOR A PRETTY NICE BABE RUTH ASSOCIATED ITEM.

SOLD

1940'S NEW YORK YANKEES PEN AND PENCIL SET FROM ATLANTIC "OIL" I BELIEVE. DISPLAY ONLY AS I DOUBT EITHER STILL WORKS. 6" LONG

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RIGGS STEPHENSON AUTOGRAPHED 8X10 PHOTO. In 1927, his first full season with Chicago, he led the NL with 46 doubles. In the Cubs' 1929 pennant-winning year, he combined with Hall of Famers Hack Wilson and Kiki Cuyler in the only outfield in NL history in which each member had more than 100 RBI.

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1940'S L.S40 STANLEY HACK16" MINI-BAT.

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1920'S DRAPER MAYNARD WALTER JOHNSON HOW TO FOOL THE BATTER BOOKLET. LITTLE 4 PAGE PREMIUM. COVER IS DETACHED. NICE AD ON THE BACK. 3 1/2" X 5 1/2"

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1920'S DRAPER MAYNARD MAX CAREY HOW TO PLAY THE OUTFIELD BOOKLET. LITTLE 4 PAGE PREMIUM. NICE AD ON THE BACK. 3 1/2" X 5 1/2"

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1940'S CATCHERS SHIN GUARDS. ADULT SIZE. ALL STRAPS INTACT. GREAT DISPLAY.

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1940'S CATCHERS CHEST PROTECTOR. HAS WRITING ON BOTH SIDES AND STRAPS ARE BROKEN. OK FOR A WALL HANGER.

SOLD

1890'S/1900'S SPIDERMAN STYLE CATCHERS MASK. YOUTH SIZE. HAS ALL ORIGINAL STRAPS. NO DAMAGE TO PADS. NICE DISPLAY PIECE.

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1930'S CATCHERS MASK. ADULT SIZE. ALL STRAPS INTACT. NICE PADS. MODEL NUMBER 632 ON BOTTOM PAD, ALSO THE NAME O'BRIEN WRITTEN IN PEN.

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1940'S WILSON CHEST PROTECTOR. LARGE ADULT SIZE. ALL THE STRAPS ARE STILL CONNECTED. THE FRONT SIDE HAS THE "LF" ON IT. PERFECT WILSON CLOTH PATCH. STRAPS FOLD OVER TO BACK SIDE SO IT CAN BE DISPLAYED FROM THE BACK.

SOLD

1920'/30'S VICTOR SPORTING GOODS CATCHERS MASK. LARGE ADULT SIZE. HAS VICTOR CLOTH PATCH ON STRAP AS WELL AS THE NAME LLOYD WRITTEN ON IT. ALL PADS INTACT. ONE STRAP IS TIED TO SIDE. DISPLAYS GREAT.

SOLD

AAGPL BATTLE CREEK BELLES, FORMERLY RACINE BELLES AUTOGRAPHED PAULINE "HEDY" CRAWLEY APPROX 8X11 PHOTO.

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AAGPL BATTLE CREEK BELLES, FORMERLY RACINE BELLES AUTOGRAPHED ANNABELLE "LEFTY" LEE APPROX 8X11 PHOTO.

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1930'S WILSON CATCHERS MASK. HAS NICE CLOTH WILSON PATCH ON STRAP. RUSTY METAL WITH PAD DAMAGE. STRAP BROKEN ON ONE SIDE. OK FOR A WALL HANGER.

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1940'S BILL DICKEY MINI-BAT. MODEL 40. RETAINS GOLD STAMPINGS. 16" LONG. YANKEES HALL OF FAMER.

SOLD

1940'S NEW YORK GIANTS 4" ROUND FELT.

 

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1940'S NEW YORK GIANTS 5" ROUND FELT.

 

SOLD

1913 I.H.S.A.L. BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY. 6 1./2" TALL. NICE ENGRAVINGS.

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1920'S/30'S SPALDING CATCHERS MASK. ADULT SIZE, PADS COMPLETE, BUCKLES INTACT. THERE IS A SMALL STITCHING REPAIR ON ONE SIDE. PERFECT SPALDING CLOTH PATCH. GREAT DISPLAY.

SOLD

 

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