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See a Picture of this Item 6a Spalding "Umpire Indicator" (Five Balls and Four Strikes) in original box c.1880s. Rare early celluloid scorer which registers (5) balls and (4) strikes has some light toning/handling wear and well defined "Spalding" mark on the back. Housed in a rare original box which has chipping and moderate surface wear: Indicator EX/MT, Box GD/VG $766.00 ($400-$600) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $766.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 16a Joe Jackson Louisville Slugger decal bat c.1910s. Hand turned 35” wooden bat has well defined dash-dot-dash centerbrand with “40 J.J.” model number. On the barrel is an original Joe Jackson decal which remains well over 50% intact and retains bright color. Bat itself has some mild general surface and useage wear with tape wrapped handle: VG-EX $1,650.00 ($500-$1,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $1,650.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 401a 1987 Minnesota Twins World Series trophy presented to Jim Wiesner. Original figural World Series trophy as presented to longtime Minnesota Twins clubhouse attendant Jim Wiesner standing 12” tall with brass band encircling the base which is inscribed, “World Series Champions Minnesota Twins 1987”. Set atop the plinth are a pair of enamelwork World Series press pins with titled team flags on brass poles surrounding. Light surface tarnish denoted as only mentionable wear: EX-MT $2,600.00 ($2,000-$4,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $2,600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 401b Rare 1987 Minnesota Twins World Series ring. Striking original World Series ring as presented to longtime Minnesota Twins clubhouse attendant Jim Wiesner for the 1987 World Championship. Top of the ring features inset diamonds in the form of Twins “M” insignia with one side panel having “Wiesner” above team logo and other panel “1987” above trophy graphic. Stamped “10K Jostens” on the interior ring band with minimal overall surface wear. One of the more elusive and desirable of the 1980s era World Series rings with this example being offered for the first time publicly: NM $4,400.00 ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 408a 2018 Boston Red Sox World Series Champions team signed baseball. Rawlings R.Manfred Official Major League baseball has been signed by (26) incl. Betts, Benintendi, Martinez, Price, Sale, Pomeranz, Devers, Vazquez, Porcello, Nunez, Workman, Moreland, Johnson, Leon, Rodriguez, Barnes, and others. Ink signatures rate 7 to 8/9 out of 10. It has been relayed by our consignor that the ball was obtained by Hall of Famer Jim Rice in Spring Training and was a donation intended to benefit a charitable cause. Includes full LOA from JSA: EX/MT-NM $1,000.00 ($750-$1,500) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $1,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 413a Rare 1979 Pittsburgh Pirates World Series Champions 10k gold ring. Rare original ring as presented to a member of the Management team at KDKA, the Pirates longtime broadcast partner. The "P" team logo, accented by (10) small diamonds, appears on top set against faux black stone background. "Pirates World Champions" is lettered around the edge. The year "1979" is on one shank above a relief of Three Rivers Stadium. On the other is the "We Are Family" logo, "Wallis" recipient name, and "KDKA." Marked "Jostens 10K" on the interior band and weighs (30) grams. Size (12). Light wear throughout and it includes the very rare original presentation style box with "We Are Family" slogan printed on the interior lid: EX/MT $5,500.00 ($7,500-$12,500) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $5,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 423a Kentucky Derby Churchill Downs Tole Ware painted tin souvenir tray c.1950s. Cream colored tray with illustrative scene of Churchill Downs on the front. 22" long: EX $175.00 ($100-$300) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $175.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 423b Rare War Admiral Kentucky Derby Raleigh/Kool cigarettes advertising display piece. Handsome color lithographic cardboard poster picturing 1937 Kentucky Derby winner War Admiral along with advertisement for Raleigh/Kool cigarettes. Overall size is 14"x21" framed with some typical edge wear and pinholes at the corners. There is also a horizontal fold line at center of the poster and 3" vertical tear at center of top border. Very attractive piece which is the first of its type we have encountered: VG-EX $1,418.00 ($1,500-$2,500) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $1,418.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 423c Kentucky Derby commemorative linen display piece c.1960. Large 33" square framed linen display depicting a colorful race scene at center surrounded by individually titled champions from every Kentucky Derby race since its inception. Bloodlines of the Derby Winners are included. Strong overall condition with vibrant original color. Glass has small crack to top left corner: EX-EX/MT $650.00 ($300-$500) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $650.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 423d "Kentucky Gentleman" oil on canvas painting c.1953. Large 27 1/2"x49" framed original painting depicting standing gentleman at center with vignette images surrounding. Sites include Natural Bridge, Belle of Louisville, and Falls of the Ohio. Signed and dated by artist at lower right: EX $400.00 ($100-$300) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 423e Rare 1924 Kentucky Derby program. Official program from the 50th running of the Derby, which was won by Black Gold. Typical age/handling wear, mainly caused by fold creases. Fairly clean interior, with some pencil notations made for the 4th race: GD/VG $500.00 ($1,500-2,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 423f Lot of (5) Kentucky Derby programs from 1930-1948 - all Triple Crown winners. Includes 1930 program (won by Gallant Fox, VG-VG/EX light fold crease, interior pencil notations, mounting residue on back cover); 1935 program (won by Omaha, EX age toning and minor fold crease); 1943 program (won by Count Fleet, VG/EX-EX fold crease and interior pencil notations); 1946 program (won by Assault, GD cover tear and interior pencil notations); 1948 program (won by Citation, VG-VG/EX scattered creases, age toning, and interior pencil notations). Range: GD-EX $800.00 ($1,500-$2,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 425a “World Champion Miniature Baseball” coin operated machine c.1920-30s. Cast iron and wooden cased mechanical game featuring a spiral design scoring field on the interior. Outstanding original condition with strong interior paint and very clean baseball graphics at top of façade. 17” tall in working order: EX-MT $900.00 ($1,000-$1,500) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 442a Roberto Clemente 1971 Pittsburgh Pirates World Series salesman’s sample ring. 10K gold ring fashioned after the classic Pirates World Championship ring having inset CZ stone with image of Three Rivers Stadium on one panel and Pirates insignia on the other. Marked Balfour 10K on interior ring band, size 10: EX-MT $1,800.00 ($2,000-$4,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 513a Rare 1939 New York Yankees team signed baseball. Reach W.Harridge Official American League baseball has been signed by (28) incl. Gehrig, DiMaggio, Ruffing, Combs, Gomez, Dickey, and others, Tom Heinrich is clubhouse signed. Fountain pen signatures rate 5 to 6/7 out of 10. Ball displays toning/discoloration throughout along with a touch of light scattered wear. Notably scarce example with authentic Gehrig signature from his final major league season. Includes full LOA from JSA: Sigs. GD-EX, Ball GD-VG $2,750.00 ($2,500-$5,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $2,750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 514a Fine Babe Ruth single signed baseball. Lightly toned Tober “High School League: red and blue stitched baseball signed on top panel and sweet spot, “To My Friend Joe, Babe Ruth” in blue fountain pen. Salutation and signature present very nicely ranging from 7 to 8 out of 10. Bal itself shows only light age toning with even surface. Very desirable first name only personalization of a common namesake in outstanding original condition. Includes full LOA from JSA: Ball: EX-EX/MT, Signature: Range EX/MT-NM $6,710.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 566 Al Simmons photograph by Charles Conlon c.1920s. Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo displays a hint of light wear to corners/edges and there are a few pinholes within the white borders. "Conlon Photo" last name signature appears on the back along with his handwritten identifier (year written on in what appears to be another hand). Also on the back is a "Baseball Magazine" hologram confirming that piece originates from their archive. Guaranteed to be a Type 1 photo: VG-EX $350.00 ($200-$400) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $350.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 567 George Sisler photograph by Charles Conlon c.1910s. Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo displays a touch of light wear corners/edges. The handwritten identifier of Charles Conlon appears on back with date written in what appears to be another hand. Also on the back is a "Baseball Magazine" hologram confirming that piece originates from their archive. Guaranteed to be a Type 1 photo: VG-EX $300.00 ($200-$400) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $300.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 568 Hal Chase photograph by Paul Thompson c.1910s. Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo displays light scattered wear to corners/edges including a chip to lower right corner. "Paul Thompson" stamp appears on back along with several other marks. Guaranteed to be a Type 1 photo: VG $200.00 ($200-$400) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 569 "Burns Safe at 3rd" photograph by Paul Thompson from the 1913 World Series featuring, third baseman, Hall Of Famer, Frank "Home Run" Baker. Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo displays a touch of light scattered wear to corners/edges. "Paul Thompson" stamp appears on back along with several other marks. Guaranteed to be a Type 1 photo: EX $150.00 ($200-$400) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $150.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 570 Pie Traynor photograph by Charles Conlon c.1920s. This image was used on Traynor's 1976 Topps "All-Time All Star" card. Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo displays light scattered wear with a chip to on corner and several scattered pinholes. Photographers mask has been applied to the front in preparation for publication. "Charles M. Conlon" stamp appears on back along with his handwritten identifier and several other marks. Also on the back is a "Baseball Magazine" hologram confirming that piece originates from their archive. Guaranteed to be a Type 1 photo: VG $225.00 ($200-$400) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $225.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 571 Tony Lazzeri photograph by Charles Conlon c.1920s. Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo displays a touch of light scattered wear to corners/edges. "Charles M. Conlon" stamp appears on back along with his handwritten identifier and several other marks. Guaranteed to be a Type 1 photo: EX $400.00 ($200-$400) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $400.00

 
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