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See a Picture of this Item 79 Minnie Minoso 1960 Gold Glove award. Significant award as presented to Minoso in recognition of his outstanding defensive accomplishments for the 1960 season. Handsome mahogany plinth style base and backsplash has applied engraved brass appointments denoting Minoso's inclusion among the American League Gold Glove recipients. The brass placards on base and backsplash each display some mild areas of "pitting" under the polished surface from age corrosion. Overall appearance is very fine. Minoso's prowess as an exceptional defensive outfielder was well known during the 1950-60s era, consistently ranking among the elite players in the league. The 1960 season was his finest defensive campaign, leading all Major League left fielders in putouts, assists, and double plays, and capturing this offered Gold Glove Award which was the final of three earned during his career. Includes letter of provenance from the Minoso family from the initial offering of his collection: EX-EX/MT $6,500.00   ($7,500-$12,500) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 91 Exceptional Johnny Sain Boston Braves uniform attributed to the 1948 World Series with family provenance (NL Champions) Road flannel Horace Partridge size 44 zipper-front jersey with the classic "Braves" and tomahawk logo across the front, team logo on the left sleeve, Sain's chain-stitched name tag inside the collar, and his number "33" on the back. Includes matching size 36 pants with the same embroidered name tag inside the waist, along with "SAIN" written in vintage black marker (original stirrups also included). 1948 was an All-Star season for Sain who went on to lead the league in wins (24), complete games (28), and innings pitched (314.2), while pitching two more CGs in the World Series with a 1.06 ERA. Includes a letter of provenance signed by Sain's wife which states that Johnny "relayed to me that this is the very uniform he wore in the 1948 World Series". The uniform was previously displayed in the Atlanta Braves Hall of Fame and has otherwise remained within the Sain family personal collection until its current offering. Mentionable wear is mainly confined to the numbers on the back, which both have small spots of stitching loss along the right edges. Superlative example from a key figure in teh Braves 1948 NL championship season. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $11,154.00   ($15,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 109 Fine c.1962-1969 Joe DiMaggio New York Yankees home uniform as worn for Old-Timers Day throughout the decade (EX) Cream colored home pinstriped flannel jersey with the classic "NY" logo on front has player number "5" on back. In the collar is a "DiMaggio" embroidered strip tag and the year "62" is chain stitched on the front tail. Also on the tail are "Spalding" manufacturers and size "44" tags. Wash tag inside has adjacent "Set 1 1962" flag tag. An original 1969 "100th Anniversary" patch on the left sleeve was added by the team, in the period, as the jersey was worn throughout the 1960s. Matching pants are similarly tagged by Spalding ("Set 1 1962") with "DiMaggio 5 36 62" embroidered strip tag (denoting player, number, size, and year). Strong usage and wash wear evident throughout with a team repair to the pants. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and letter of provenance from the Logan Family: EX $9,583.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 158 c.1971 Edson Pele Brazil National Team professional model jersey - his final season of International play (EX) Rare and desirable jersey with the famed "10" player number on back has a "CBD" team logo patch on left front chest. A trio of stars above represent the (3) World Cup Championships won by the team and serve to date the jersey to 1971 specifically. An "Athleta" manufacturers tag remains in the collar. A vintage ink, "Edson Pele" signature appearing on front is secreterial. Strong usage and wash wear evident throughout. An outstanding example from the player whom many consider the greatest of all-time while with the team he lead to unprecidented success. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $3,993.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 232 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle high number graded SGC 70 (EX+). Presented is one of the most iconic cards in the hobby, displaying a fairly well-centered appearance (slightly off center from left to right), and retaining brilliant colors. Only a hint of very minor corner/edge wear, and an extremely clean back. Outstanding example of what many consider to be the most sought-after card in the collecting world. Encapsulated within SGC 70 holder: EX+ $31,044.00   ($50,000-$75,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 392 Rare 1945 Detroit Tigers World Championship trophy (EX/MT) Handled Sterling Silver bowl has been engraved on the lid, "To Neal Conway Ground Keeper Detroit Tigers 1945 World Champions from Detroit Baseball Fans". A figural batter stands at the center with bat which is a period replacement. Marked "Sterling" on both lid and base which weigh a combined 3lbs 7oz. A significant team issued presentational piece as relates to a fabled Championship season. Stands 12" tall with a touch of light tarnish and wear. One of only a scant few that have entered the marketplace: EX/MT $3,960.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 398 Rare KiKi Cuyler professional model baseball bat c.1932 (EX) Louisville Slugger 125 model baseball bat with "H.S. Cuyler" facsimile signature burned into the barrel measures 35" long and weighs 36.4oz. Strong usage wear evident throughout with scattered ball/contact marks along with grain swelling and a severe handle crack. Sidewritten in grease pencil with what appears to be a "King" player name and December 1932 date. Discoloration to the knob end is mentioned for accuracy and the cause is unknown. A notably rare Hall of Famer bat with only a handful of examples known to have surfaced. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $2,200.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 417 1885 Baltimore Orioles team cabinet photograph (GD) Rare early depiction of the Orioles team posed in full uniform with team name and player identified on original mount. Players include Muldoon, Stearns, Sommers, Emslie, and Trott. Image quality remains quite good with strong original contrast. Mount itself has some edge/corner wear including a vertical tear at bottom margin intersecting with player names, chip to lower right corner, and some splitting at lower left. Reverse has various period pencil notations none of which appear to be relevant to the piece. Tastefully framed to 13.5"x15.25": GD $1,903.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 418 Rare 1894 Baltimore Orioles Betz Studios team cabinet card (SGC 40 VG) Rare and desirable period photographic composite featuring team members including Keeler, Hanlon, Jennings, Brouthers, Robinson, McGraw, Jelley, and Gleason. Marked "Betz" on the mount. Touch of light toning with scattered spots of discoloration. Light grade appropriate wear is most pronounced on the back in the form of a spec of paper loss: SGC 40 VG $3,253.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 419 Significant 1897 Boston vs. Baltimore baseball game cabinet photograph (VG-EX) Exceedingly rare 19th century game action photograph depicting the third game of a series played between the rival Boston and Baltimore clubs at Union Park in Baltimore. Taken from a right field vantage, an overflow crowd is shown seated at the fields' edge and atop the fence. Image quality is exceptional boasting crisp focus and fine contrast. Titled within the negative at bottom margin and marked "Copyright 1897 by E.D.McAfee" at lower right. Well preserved on the original mount with the photo measuring 7 1/2"x9 1/2". A horizontal crease extends across the image only breaking the surface slightly. There is a touch of light chipping to extreme edges. To the best of our knowledge, only one other example is known, without titling or photographer's credit, and presently resides within the Library of Congress. Important Baltimore baseball related artifact with desirable provenance from the Bready Collection: VG-EX $4,436.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 425 Scarce and possibly unique mammoth size Boston Red Sox souvenir pennant c.1910. Enormous original wool pennant measuring 45" in length displays an applique leather baseball player at the left end with "Red Sox" red lettering applied across the front. The body of the pennant is of two piece construction with applied red borders. Remarkably well preserved example given its size and dating period with expected age and handling wear evident throughout including some moth damage to the edges, corner wear, and two small chips to the leather player. First example we have encountered with note to the extreme rarity for this size format: VG-VG/EX $2,805.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 444 Scarce 1924 "First Colored World Series" Monarchs vs. Hilldale panoramic photograph (EX) Significant original sepia toned image shows the Opening Game of the 1924 Negro League World Series played at the Baker Bowl in Philadelphia. Titled within noting the game date "Oct. 3, 1924" and participating Hall of Fame pitchers Bullet Joe Rogan and Louis Santop. A total of ten games were played in the best of nine series (one ending in a tie) with Kansas City winning (5) to claim the Championship. Framed to 17"x25.5" for display with mild visible toning (somewhat more accentuated at upper left) and some light general wear and a pair of more pronounced vertical creases. One of only a few surviving specimens to have entered into the marketplace: EX $1,573.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 459 Outstanding c.1920s Honus Wagner professional model baseball bat (EX) Hand turned Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with "J Hans Wagner" facsimile signature burned into the barrel measures 36" long and weighs 36.4oz. In exceptional overall condition remaining uncracked with visible useage and some general age related wear. Though post-dating his career, we believe (based on subtle factors within the manufacturer stampings) that is dates to the early 1920s and the period just after his retirement when he began Coaching with the Pirates. Fresh to the hobby and offered for the first time. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $5,555.00   ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 460 Fine Honus Wagner single signed baseball (Overall EX/MT) MacGregor Goldsmith "Official League" baseball has been signed just off the sweetspot, "Honus Wagner." Blue ink signature rates 7-7/8 out of 10. Ball displays mild toning and some light scattered wear. An outstanding example and one the nicer we have offered in some time. Includes full LOA from JSA: Overall EX $6,608.00   ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 468 Babe Ruth single signed baseball c.1930s (PSA/DNA) (EX) Orange and green stitched "Fairplay Co+Western League" baseball has been signed across the sweetspot, "Babe Ruth." Period fountain pen signature has been graded "6" by PSA/DNA. Ball displays mild toning with a touch of light wear (graded "4"). Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA with assigned "Overall Grade: 5": EX $6,600.00   ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 489 Fine Babe Ruth single signed baseball c.1931-34(EX-EX/MT) Red and blue stitched Reach W.Harridge Official American League baseball has been signed across the sweetspot, "Babe Ruth." Vintage fountain pen signature rates 7-7/8 out of 10. Ball display light even toning and scattered spots of discoloration. Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA: EX-EX/MT $9,783.00   ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 490 Fine Late 1920s Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig autographed baseball (EX-EX/MT) Red and blue stitched Reach W.Harridge Official American League baseball has been signed across the sweespot by Babe Ruth. Lou Gehrig appears on the adjacent panel in ideal position for display. Both are done in fountain pen rating 7/8-8 out of 10. Ball displays even toning and retains unusually bold stampings. A pinhole and small blemish on one panel are likely the result of prior display. Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA: EX-EX/MT $13,200.00   ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 650 Jackie Robinson single signed baseball (EX) Cambridge brand "Dynamated Official League" baseball has been signed on the side panel, "Best Wishes Jackie Robinson." Ink signature rates 7/8 out of 10. Ball displays mild toning with some light wear and a pair of ink notations (written in unknown hand) on the sweetspot and below signature. Includes full LOA from JSA: EX $4,400.00   ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 654 Fine 1950 Roy Campanella professional model All-Star Game bat (EX) Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with "All Star Game, Campanella, Chicago 1950" block lettered into the barrel measures 35.5" long and weighs 32oz. Model number "G80" has been factory stamped in the knob. Usage wear is evident throughout including ball/contact, cleat, and rack marks. A small mounting hole to the left of centerbrand resulting from prior display within the Campanella home has been professionally restored and is not visible. A notably rare offering of one of the most sought after Hall of Famer game bats of the period. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $9,857.00   ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to online bidding
 
See a Picture of this Item 701 August 27, 2014 Mike Trout Home Run #30 game used and autographed bat (PSA/DNA graded "GU 10") (Bat EX, Sig. EX/MT-NM) Old Hickory model MT27 bat with "Mike Trout" name block lettered on the barrel measures 33.5" long and weighs 32.9oz. Uncracked with evidence of outstanding use including ball, stitch, and cleat marks throughout the barrel. The handle has been tape wrapped for grip and a generous coat of pine tar remains in place. Signed on the barrel in silver marker rating 7-7/8 out of 10 and inscribed, "HR #30 vs. MIA 8/27/14" along with "MVP" and "G/U." Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA with assigned "GU 10" grade and there is an Anderson Authentics hologram affixed: Bat EX, Sig. EX/MT-NM $5,445.00   ($5,000-$10,000) Closed to online bidding

 
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