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Back Items For The Auction of November 13, 2010  
 
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See a Picture of this Item 501 Significant 1937 Joe "Ducky" Medwick National League Most Valuable Player award. The very terminology "Gashouse Gang" within the 1930s era immediately drew fear into opponents of the St. Louis Cardinals. So named due to their rough and tumble appearance along with their often horrid smell of dirtied uniforms. An opponent once stated that the Cardinals players usually went into the field in unwashed, dirty, and smelly uniforms, which alone spread horror among their rivals. According to one account, scrappy shortstop Leo Durocher coined the term. He and his teammates were speaking derisively of the American League and the consensus was that the Redbirds - should they prevail in the National League race - would handle whoever won the AL pennant. "Why, they wouldn't even let us in that league over there," Durocher, who had played for the New York Yankees, observed. "They think we're just a bunch of gashousers." The phrase "gas house" referred to plants that manufactured town gas for lighting and cooking from coal, which were common fixtures in US cities prior to the widespread use of natural gas. The plants were noted for their foul smell and were typically located near railroad yards in the poorest neighborhood in the city. That very Cardinals team enjoyed several star player during the 1937 season, none bigger then Joe "Ducky" Medwick. Medwick's 1937 season was frighteningly strong leading the National League in nearly every offensive category. 237 Hits, 111 Runs, .374 Batting Average, 31 HRs, 154 RBIs, and 56 Doubles. In as much, Medwick was named the Most Valuable Player of the National League for 1937. Offered is the pocket watch presented to Medwick for that honor. Hamilton pocket watch is of the finest craftsmanship of the era retaining its original works and dial facing. Exterior of the watch back plate is inscribed, "Joseph M. Medwick Most Valuable Player of National League for 1937 Selected by Baseball Writers Association of America Presented By The Sporting News" . Interior of the backplate is marked, "14K Gold Filled Wadsworth Quality 0543015" along with "Hamilton Watch Co, Lancaster, PA". General condition is very fine with some apparent light age spotting to the dial face remaining in running order although tuning may be needed. Includes its original leather Hamilton box. Most Valuable Player award pocket watches, and later plaques, are without equal in desirability to baseball collectors of import. The offered exemplar rates as one of the finest 1930s era Hall of Fame member MVP awards to have been offered to the collecting public: EX-MT ($15,000-$25,000) $44,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 502 **UPDATED** Scarce and important 1927 St Louis Cardinals jersey. Cream color pinstriped jersey retains its original embroidered Cardinals redbird logo on front along with "World Champions" lettering surrounding. Spalding manufacturer's label remains affixed in the collar (tattered) with "Martin" chain stitched in green on exterior of tail back along with "3 27 44" stitched in black. Original "StL" lettering in red is affixed to the left sleeve. The jersey exhibits evident use throughout including some surface soiling and few areas of light fraying to the piping. A charmingly primitive interior uniform patch has been applied to the interior of the back in support of a small holes and some thinning in the period. The bottom of the uniform strip that holds the buttons has been slightly shortened in the period. The 1926 Cardinals captured the World Championship from the powerful Yankees team. In 1927, the team produced the offered pinstriped jersey with the boldly displayed "World Champions" across the front. Although not confirmed, according to baseball lore the backlash against the Cardinals for such bravado was notable across the league causing the uniforms to be quickly discontinued. In any case, this particular style of jersey is without question one of the toughest of any Major League style ever produced with the offered specimen being the only example we have documented to exist. While the player is unknown for the 1927 season, the vintage "Martin" stitching almost certainly attributes the jersey to have subsequently been worn by Pepper Martin between 1928-30 as he was playing in the Cardinals Minor League system for several years between Major League appearances. At the time of this catalogue printing, we have located three player images of this style shirt (Jesse Haines, Bill Warwick, G.C. Alexander and Bob O'Farrell) none of which photo match with the offered shirt. Based on the sheer scarcity of the uniforms themselves it is entirely possible that the exact player origin of this jersey may not be attainable. The possibilities are however intriguing to say the least; Jim Bottomley and Frank Frisch. Player not withstanding this jersey represents a unique collecting opportunity the likes of which may not again be seen. Jersey is not a part of the Medwick Collection. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: VG-EX ($15,000-$25,000) $20,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 503 Joe "Ducky" Medwick single signed baseball. Lightly toned Feeney NL ball signed across the sweet spot by Medwick in blue ink. Signature rates 8/9 out of 10. Very fine and desirable Medwick signed baseball originating within his personal collection. Includes LOAs from JSA and PSA/DNA (Graded 7 overall): Ball: EX-EX/MT, Signature: NM ($2,000-$3,000) $3,750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 504 1936 Joe "Ducky" Medwick autographed St. Louis Cardinals player's contract. Original player's contract as issued to Medwick for the 1936 season by the Cardinals. Interior is signed by Medwick and Cardinals Vice President Branch Rickey in fountain pen. Notable HOF player contract from a key member of the Gashouse Gang. Includes LOA from JSA: EX-MT ($1,500-$2,500) $3,200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 505 Ted Williams autographed Burke photograph c.1930s. 3.5"x5.5" Sepia toned satin finish photograph has been signed on the front, "To Bob, Good Luck, Ted Williams." Vintage blue fountain pen signature rates 8 out of 10 with light smudge to personalization. Back has been stamped "Geo. Burke." Light wear throughout. Uncommon Rookie era Williams signed image. Includes LOA from JSA: Photo VG/EX-EX, Sig. EX-EX/MT ($200-$400) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 506 Boston Red Sox warm up jacket attributed to Charlie Wagner c.1940s. Heavy gauge blue wool jacket with its original embroidered Red Sox logo on the front. Tim McAuliffe tagging remains inside the collar with "50" size tag. "50" size tag also repeats inside one pocket interior. "Smithson #17" is written in black marker on a vintage patch applied inside collar. There are no players by that name or number from that era, indicating the jacket may have been passed to Wagner from a non-roster player in the period. Some of the buttons show corrosion from age with areas of paint flaking. Classic Red Sox uniform item with impeccable player provenance. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions, Inc. and letter of provenance from the Wagner family: EX ($500-$1,000) $297.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 507 1943 World Champion New York Yankees team signed baseball. Reach W.Harridge OAL baseball has been signed by (29) including McCarthy, Combs, Dickey, Bonham, Gordon, Crosetti, and others. Ink signatures rate 6 to 8 out of 10 (avg 7). Ball exhibits a light even toning with period coat of shellac applied and minor scattered wear. Period ink notation/identifier on side panel. Includes LOA from JSA: Ball EX, Sigs. VG/EX-EX/MT ($500-$750) $1,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 508 1940 Detroit Tigers presentational tray. Sterling silver serving dish featuring inscribed facsimile autographs of the 1940 Detroit Tigers. Players include Gehringer, York, Newhouser, Rowe, Trout, and Higgins. Presented, and inscribed to, "George & Virginia, Our Remembrance" whom were a part of the Ruby Foo's Chinese restaurant in New York. General light wear, 11.6oz. total weight: EX ($500-$750) $220.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 509 Jimmie Foxx autographed 1940 Play Ball card. Vintage 1940 Play Ball card of Foxx which has been very boldly signed in blue ink across the front. Signature rates 9/10 out of 10. Card itself displays well with even corner wear and fine image: PSA/DNA MINT 9 ($1,000-$1,500) $1,038.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 510 Cy Young autographed cut signature. Large pencil signature on a section of unlined album page affixed to a 3"x5" card. Bold autograph rates 8/9 out of 10. Includes LOA from JSA: NM ($750-$1,000) $700.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 511 Walter Johnson autographed album page. Attractive "Personal Autograph" pre-printed souvenir album page measures 3"x5 1/2" having been signed by Johnson in blue fountain pen. Signature rates 9 out of 10. Neatly affixed portrait of Johnson is found at left side. Beautifully presented period autograph display of one of the finest pitchers in Major League history. Includes LOA from JSA: NM ($1,000-$1,500) $1,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 512 Connie Mack single signed baseball. Off white Reach -Official League+ baseball signed across the sweet spot by Connie Mack in green fountain pen. Signature presents very nicely rating 8 out of 10. This particualr example originated from the collection of former Philadelphia Athletics player Forrest "Spook" Jacobs. Includes LOA from JSA and letter of provenance from Spook Jacobs: NM ($1,500-$2,500) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 513 G.C. Alexander autographed album page. Notably large pencil signature of HOF pitcher G.C. Alexander signed across unlined album page rating 8/9 out of 10. Includes LOA from JSA: NM ($750-$1,250) $700.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 514 Pittsburgh Pirates autographed album page c.1930s. Signed on the front by (8) including Wagner, Vaughan, and both of the Waner brothers. Ink and pencil signatures rate 8 to 9 out of 10. Very minor age toning with minor horizontal crease. Includes full LOA from JSA: Sheet EX, Sigs. EX/MT-NM ($400-$600) $355.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 515 Scarce Goose Goslin single signed baseball c.1956-59. Lightly toned Wilson "Pacific Coast League" baseball (L.O'Connor Pres., 1956-59) having been signed across the sweet spot by HOF'er Goose Goslin. Blue ink signature rates 8 out of 10. The ball itself has some light to moderate age toning to a few areas along with some period clear coat having been applied to the signature panel. Goslin is one of the most sought after single signed baseballs from the era given that his Hall of Fame induction in 1968 came only three years before his passing in 1971. First specimen that we have offered which should be considered by any advanced collector with significant aspirations to complete a well documented space in the collecting category. Includes LOA from JSA: Ball: EX, Signature: EX-MT ($7,500-$10,000) $5,250.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 516 Scarce 1939 New York Yankees team autographed Red Rolfe professional model baseball bat. World Championship team signed bats of any era are notably rare with the offered example being one of the finest that we have encountered. Red Rolfe Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 34" long and weighs 35.8oz. The bat itself exhibits evident game usage incuding barrel wear and a repaired handle crack. The bat is inscribed at the handle end in period ink, "1939 World Series Champions Yankees" along with "Monte Pearson Two Hit Game". Based on this inscription, it is very likely that the offered bat was used during the second game of the 1939 series played at New York in which Yankees pitcher Monte Pearson took a no hitter into the seventh inning and ended the game giving up just two hits to the Reds. The bat has been signed by (28) members of the World Champion Yankees including Dickey, Rolfe, Ruffing, Combs, Chandler, and Henrich. The signatures range from 7-9 out of 10. The surface of the bat has some age crazing, which at a few places has flaked, but in general remains stable so as to protect the signatures. Two areas on the surface of the barrel have some restoration where two signatures (Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio) were removed from the surface. Very rare and desirable signed item with relation to the 1939 World Champion Yankees. Includes LOAs from JSA (autographs) and Hunt Auctions (bat): Bat: EX (with note to repair), Signatures: Range EX-NM ($2,000-$4,000) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 517 Al Simmons professional model baseball bat with Charles Gehringer side writing c.1936. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 35.75" long and weighs 33.7oz. The bat displays beautifully with evident use including ball marks, stitching impressions, cleat marks, grain swelling, and light handle crack. Light brown color bat display Hillerich & Bradsby factory side writing on side panel, "33oz. Chas. Gehringer 4-28-37". This identical bat matches Louisville Slugger factory records as having been returned by Gehringer in 1937. Simmons and Gehringer played together for only one season, 1936, offering the aforementioned dating period. "C.Gehringer 4-26-37" also neatly printed in period ink on side of barrel. Very fine HOFer game bat with desirable side written characteristic. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions, MEARS Authentication (Graded A9.5), and PSA/DNA (Graded PSA GU 9): EX-EX/MT ($5,000-$7,500) $5,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 518 Lot of (9) original Louisville Slugger baseball bat dies. Group of nine cast brass baseball bat dies were used to brand Louisville Slugger bats. Each is of block letter variety including Wilver Stargell, Rogers Hornsby, Rocky Colavito, Paul Waner, Louisville Slugger, Vernon Stephens, Genuine, Dixie Walker, and Zeke Bonura. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, each brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co.: VG-EX ($400-$600) $450.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 519 Lot of (3) original Louisville Slugger baseball bat dies. Group of three cast brass baseball bat dies were used to brand Louisville Slugger bats. Includes Stan Musial, Nelson Fox, Carl Yastrzemski. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, each brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co.: VG-EX ($300-$400) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 520 Derek Jeter Louisville Slugger baseball bat die. Original cast brass die used to impress Derek Jeter professional model Louisville Slugger bats. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, the brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co: EX ($200-$400) $350.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 521 Lot of (10) original Louisville Slugger baseball bat dies. Group of ten cast brass baseball bat dies were used to brand Louisville Slugger bats. Each is of block letter variety including Colorado Rockies, San Diego Padres, Chicago White Sox, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Anaheim Angels, Cape Cod, Official League, Genuine, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and Oakland Athletics. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, each brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co.: VG-EX ($300-$500) $325.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 522 Lot of (3) original Louisville Slugger baseball bat dies. Group of three cast brass baseball bat dies were used to brand Louisville Slugger bats. Includes two Louisville Slugger centerbrand dies and one Louisville Slugger Genuine barrel brand. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, each brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co.: VG-EX ($300-$400) $750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 523 Lot of (7) original Louisville Slugger baseball bat dies. Group of seven cast brass baseball bat dies were used to brand Louisville Slugger bats. Includes George Eisenlohr, George Gulver, C.Shulz, Rick Ruiz, Howard Mossi, Bill Consolo, and Ronnie Hanson. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, each brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co.: VG-EX ($300-$500) $150.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 524 Lot of (7) original Louisville Slugger baseball bat dies. Group of seven cast brass baseball bat dies were used to brand Louisville Slugger bats. Includes Lester Hall, Leo Foster, Al Schacht, Bob Robertson, Joe Torre, Alonzo Bumbry, and unknown player. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, each brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co.: VG-EX ($300-$500) $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 525 Lot of (7) original Louisville Slugger baseball bat dies. Group of three cast brass baseball bat dies were used to brand Louisville Slugger bats. Includes Bill Hackett, 125, Powerized, Louisville Slugger, Flame Tempered, Special Services US Army, and Oil Tempered. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, each brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co.: VG-EX ($300-$500) $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 526 Louisville Slugger centerbrand baseball bat die. Original cast brass die used to impress Louisville Slugger model bats. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, the brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co: EX ($200-$400) $450.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 527 George "Babe" Ruth Louisville Slugger centerbrand baseball bat die. Original cast brass die used to impress Babe Ruth Louisville Slugger model bats. In the interest of securing the dies against inappropriate use, the brand has been discreetly marked and kept on record. Desirable vintage H&B related collectibles used in the famed bat manufacturing process. Includes letter of provenance from Hillerich & Bradsby Co: EX ($500-$1,000) $800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 528 "Union League" Folk Art painted baseball bat display piece c.1910-20s. Exceptional oversized baseball bat display piece measuring 73" in total length having graduated incised rings throughout. Hand painted "Union League" lettering is found at the centerbrand area of the bat having a desirable 'alligatored' surface from age patination. 'Union League' titling may in fact bear reference to the baseball grounds near Union Street in Wilmington, DE , nearby which, the offered bat was found. Dating to the 1880s the Union Association, and others, played their games at the Wilmington Ball grounds near Front and Union streets. Likely produced as a trade store display or presentational piece the offered bat would compliment the most advanced folk art or baseball antiquities collection: EX ($2,000-$3,000) $990.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 529 Ted Williams autographed Louisville Slugger advertising display sign c.1947. Cardboard display sign measuring 15"x20" advertises Louisville Slugger baseball bats with a caricature of Williams batting. Signed across the front "Best Wishes, Ted Williams" in blue marker rating 8 out of 10. Shows moderate surface wear with light staining. Crease at upper right corner. Framed to 19"x24". Includes LOA from JSA: VG/EX-EX ($500-$750) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 530 Ted Williams professional model baseball bat c.1940s. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 35" long and weighs 34.8oz. The bat shows very fine use including ball marks, stitching impressions, grain swelling, and rack marks. Model #O1 stamped on knob end which has a small professional repair to a missing chip. Back of barrel has small area of deadwood with some period 'scoring' to the handle area which cannot be confirmed as having been done by Williams. Manufacturer and facsimile signature stampings remain quite bold. Excellent quality Williams game bat dating to the prime of his Hall of Fame career. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($10,000-$15,000) $9,900.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 531 Johnny Mize autographed Louisville Slugger advertising display sign c.1947. Cardboard display sign measuring 15"x20" advertises Louisville Slugger baseball bats with a caricature of Mize batting. Signed across the front "Best Wishes, Johnny Mize" in blue marker rating 9 out of 10. Shows moderate surface wear with several creases and scattered light staining (note edges and back not visible). Framed to 19"x24". Includes LOA from JSA: VG/EX-EX ($300-$500) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 532 Louisville Slugger bat bank with rare original box c.1962-64. Circular plastic bat rack bank retains all (10) original National League team insignia bats including Mets and Colts which assist in dating. Includes seldom offered original cardboard box allowing for optimal display. Bank exhibits little to no wear with minor surface soiling, mostly to bats. Box shows age toning and portions exhibit moisture related discoloration. Light edge and corner wear with minimal scattered surface creasing. Lid is present and intact with small chip to one corner. (1) Interior flap has separated (not visible when on display. While bat banks themselves are commonly offered, this is one of only a handful of original boxes we have encountered: Bank EX/MT, Box EX ($300-$500) $225.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 533 Stan Musial autographed Louisville Slugger advertising display sign c.1947. Cardboard display sign measuring 15"x20" advertises Louisville Slugger baseball bats with a caricature of Musial batting. Signed across the front "Best Wishes, Stan Musial" in blue marker rating 9 out of 10. Shows moderate surface and edge wear with several creases and scattered light toning/staining at upper edge (note back not visible). Framed to 19"x24". Includes LOA from JSA: VG/EX-EX ($500-$750) $400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 534 Reach baseball bat advertising sign c.1930s. Cardboard display sign 6"x14" picturing player model bats of Hack Wilson, Frank Frisch, and Lefty O'Doul. Front retains fine original color with a vertical surface crease at the top area. Retains its original easel backstand: VG-EX ($300-$500) $225.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 535 Louisville Slugger Home Run Derby display piece with its original envelope c.1961. Thick stock 12"x52" unused display piece issued by Louisville Slugger charts the 1961 home run race between Mantle and Maris to topple Babe Ruth's record of 61. Chart style display lists Ruth's totals for the month of August, 1927 and contains blank spaces to be filled in for Mantle and Maris as home runs are hit. The chart remains in fine unused condition and includes its rare original Louisville Slugger mailing envelops along with foldout advertising display picturing Maris, Mantle, Gehrig, and Ruth: EX/MT-NM ($500-$1,000) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 536 Vintage horse racing jockey suit and hat c.1940-50s. Attractive colorful silk jockey jacket and hat each featuring orange and white stripe pattern retaining their original "Paul's Harness Shop Stevens, OH" manufacturer's label. General light wear: EX ($300-$400) $225.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 537 Louisville Slugger store display poster c.1970s. Colorfully illustrated 22.5"x37.5" advertising poster for Softball and aluminum bats. Minor surface soiling throughout with edge wear and a very few scattered small areas of surface loss. Mounting holes at all (4) corners with more pronounced loss surrounding (2): EX/MT ($150-$300) $10.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 538 Eddie Arcaro autographed lithograph. Numbered 59/500 color lithograph picturing legendary jockey Eddie Arcaro in racing scene having been signed in pencil by Arcaro at bottom margin. 18"x22". Includes LOA from JSA: NM ($200-$400) $150.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 539 Chicago American Derby horse race panoramic photograph by George Lawrence c.1905-10. Classic printed panoramic image as taken by noted Chicago photographer George Lawrence picturing the well decorated horse grounds for the annual race. Titled at bottom margin with photographer and publisher stampings. Very clean having only some light toning areas at the left side within its original wooden frame 13"x41": EX ($500-$1,000) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 540 Kentucky Derby advertising display sign c.1940s. Colorful cardboard display sign advertising Kool cigarettes and the related Kentucky Derby broadcast. Front pictures the 1934 Derby winner "Cavalcade". 14"x22" in outstanding original condition: NM ($300-$500) $900.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 541 Kentucky Derby advertising display sign c.1940s. Colorful cardboard display sign advertising Kool cigarettes and the related Kentucky Derby broadcast. Front pictures the 1935 Derby winner "Omaha". 14"x22" in outstanding original condition: NM ($300-$500) $850.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 541a Lot of (8) vintage Hillerich & Bradsby golf clubs. Desirable period set as manufactured by H&B to include (5) irons and (3) woods all of which are stamped by Hillerich & Bradsby Co. having copper top handle finials. General age and handling wear throughout including some flaking to leather handle: VG-EX ($200-$400) $250.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 542 Churchill Downs pennant c.1920s. Red felt pennant with applied textured "Louisville, KY." lettering has sewn on oval shaped color tinted image of Churchill Downs. Measures 27" long with intact tassels and tip. Light scattered wear and soiling: EX-EX/MT ($150-$300) $100.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 543 Jimmy Wilson Granger Tobacco advertising sign c.1940s. 11.25"x20.5" Full color cardboard stock advertising display for Granger Tobacco featuring the popular Cubs Manager. Light surface soiling throughout with corner and edge wear inclusive of several small chips and corner dings. Framed to 16"x26" overall with back not visible: EX-EX/MT ($200-$400) $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 544 Gillette World Series countertop advertising sign c.1950s. Partially die-cut full color countertop advertising display for Gillette shaving products with central theme being a baseball player catching over outfield wall with "Gillette broadcasts the World Series" sign prominently displayed. Body of display exhibits minimal wear with light corner and edge wear and small crease at upper right corner. Portions which extend beyond show creasing and somewhat more pronounced wear with foot and gloved hand having been reaffixed with tape. Measures approximately 8"x10" with intact easel back: EX-EX/MT ($300-$500) $350.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 545 "Home Run King" mechanical baseball toy with its original box c.1920-30's. Desirable tin lithographic mechanical toy modeled after Babe Ruth consists of a batter swinging to hit a ball (included, rare) placed on metal rising tee. Toy remains in working order with only typical light to moderate usage wear to the paint. Includes very rare original box picturing the toy and baseball graphics. The box has some professional restoration to a few areas including some losses to an end panel. Made by "Selrite Products Inc., New York": Toy: EX, Box: VG-EX (with note to restoration) ($750-$1,000) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 546 New York Yankees stadium usher's jacket c. 1940-50s. Rare original red wool jacket having "Yankees" across the back in white lettering. The jacket exhibits evident use with notable color 'bleeding' to the white lettering which now appear as red. First example that we have handled: VG-EX ($500-$1,000) $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 547 Large format Red Rolfe Granger Tobacco advertising sign c.1930s-40s. Sizable die-cut full color cardboard stock advertising display piece featuring the popular pitcher who was with the club through (5) Championship seasons. Surface soiling and wear throughout including several small pinholes, creases, and scrapes of paper loss. Evident edge wear around perimeter. Color has been touched up/in-painted in several areas. Framed to 32"x41.5" overall. Retains fine display value despite noted condition issues: Technical VG/EX-EX ($750-$1,000) $550.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 548 April 8, 1974 Hank Aaron 715th home run ticket stub and signed scorecard. Ticketmaster stub from historic game accompanied by "I was there" certificate and neatly filled in scorecard which has been signed by Aaron in ink. Signature rates 8/9 out of 10. All pieces have mounted within 16"x20" display and show light expected handling wear. Includes LOA from JSA: EX/MT with note to mounting ($300-$500) $150.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 549 Dizzy Dean Grape Nuts die cut cardboard advertising display c.1935. Huge full color 26"x40" cardboard display depicting Dizzy Dean in full follow through. Moderate surface soiling throughout with a few scattered creases (none of which break the surface) and very small scrapes. Edge wear around the perimeter with touch to corner points: EX ($750-$1,000) $715.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 550 Babe Ruth "Courtley Men's Toiletries" cardboard die cut advertising display c.1940's. Oversized 26"x40" easel back display features an illustration of Babe Ruth "Calling his Shot" in the 1932 World Series. Evident wear throughout including creasing, surface scuffing, edge and corner wear, some surface loss, and water staining along bottom edge. Vintage Ruth related advertising signs of this size are rarely offered and strongly desired: VG-VG/EX ($400-$600) $325.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 551 Willie Mays photograph by Don Sparks c.1960s. Scintillating black and white image captures Mays in full follow through after hitting the ball. 7"x10" with hand printed photographer attribution on the reverse: NM ($200-$400) $125.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 552 Pete Rose professional model baseball bat c.1968-70. Rare early playing career example, Adirondack model 302 bat measures 36" long and weighs 35.6oz. Bat shows very fine use including ball marks, stitching impressions, pine tar residue, and grain swelling to the back of the barrel (slight surface flaking). Handle has a professionally repaired crack. Model number 113X stamped on knob end along with a vintage "14" written in black marker. Outstanding early career Rose game bat presenting with superb usage characteristics. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($1,500-$2,500) $2,800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 553 Large format William Bendix Chesterfield advertising sign c.1948. Sizable 29.5"51.5" (framed) full color advertising display featuring Bendix in his role for "The Babe Ruth Story." Moderate to heavy wear and soiling evident throughout with series of mounting holes visible. Scattered small areas of surface loss. Heavy wear to frame: VG ($400-$600) $250.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 554 **UPDATED** Hank Aaron professional model baseball bat c.1970. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 35" long and weighs 34oz. Bat shows no visible usage wear other then several vintage bat rack marks. Model A115 stamped on knob end along with small "34" written in vintage pencil. Aaron ordered twelve bats of this type in 1970 with six having "34" written on knob end. Signed on the barrel, "Best Wishes Al Barlick Hank Aaron" in black marker. JSA has deemed the Barlick signature authentic and notes that the Aaron is clubhouse signed. It is Hunt Auctions' very strong opinion that all handwriting on the bat was penned by Barlick himself. Signature rates 9 out of 10. Nicely displayable Aaron pro model bat. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions (bat) and JSA (autograph): EX-MT ($1,000-$1,500) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 555 Al Kaline professional model baseball bat c.1965-68. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 35" long and weighs 32.8oz. Bat displays very fine use including ball marks, stitching impressions, cleat marks, and pine tar residue. Model S2L stamped on knob end with "6" (faded) written in blue ink. The barrel area displays an attractive hand painted portrait of Kaline beneath which is signed, "Best Wishes Al Kaline" in red marker. Very fine and uniquely decorated Kaline game bat dating to the prime of his career. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions (bat) and JSA (autograph): EX ($1,500-$2,500) $2,300.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 556 1976 World Champion Cincinnati Reds team signed baseball. Spalding C.Feeney ONL baseball has been signed by (26) members of the Big Red Machine incl. Anderson, Kluszewski, Bench, Rose, Morgan, Perez, Griffey, and others. Mostly black ink signatures rate 7/8 to 8 out of 10. Ball exhibits very light even toning. Fine condition example of one of the most popular teams of All-Time. Includes LOA from JSA: Ball EX/MT, Sigs. EX/MT-NM ($800-$1,200) $750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 557 1979 Mike Schmidt Philadelphia Phillies professional model road jersey. Powder blue knit jersey retains its original "P" with #20 on both front and back. "Schmidt" nameplate on the reverse has been restored appropriate to its original stature. "Schmidt" chain stitched strip tag inside the collar remains intact with Wilson mfg. label and "79 2" chain stitched strip tag on tail front. The jersey shows fine evident use and wash wear particularly to the logo and numerals. Classic Schmidt game jersey dating to the prime of his HOF career. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($5,000-$7,500) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 558 Ozzie Smith professional model baseball glove c. late 1980s/early 1990s. Rawlings Ozzie Smith model REK01 fielder's glove retains its original Rawlings labeling and appropriate stampings inclusive of backstrap patch. Exceptional quality glove shows evident use including pocket wear and typical exterior surface handling wear. Produced in 1988 leading to surmisal that the glove was used in the late 1980s or early 1990s. Very fine specimen from one of the premier defensive players in Major League history. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($1,500-$2,500) $2,200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 559 Cal Ripken Jr. professional model baseball bat c.1983-86. Desirable early playing career Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 35" long and weighs 32.2oz. Two toned bat shows evident use including ball marks, stitching impressions, cleat marks, and pine tar residue. Model P72 stamped on the barrel which has been autographed, "Cal Ripken Jr. 1986 AL All-Star Team" in silver sharpie. Knob end features a vintage "8" in black marker. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions (bat), PSA/DNA (bat), and JSA (autograph): EX ($3,000-$4,000) $4,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 560 Ryne Sandberg professional model baseball bat c. 1993. Rawlings Adirondack model bat measures 34" long and weighs 32oz. The bat exhibits very fine use including ball marks, stitching impressions, rack marks, pine tar residue, and repaired handle crack. Model 256 B with 148 93 stamped on knob end along with "23" written in vintage black marker on both knob and barrel ends. Sandberg has autographed the bat in black sharpie on the barrel. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions (bat) and JSA (autograph): EX ($500-$750) $500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 561 1970 Bob Skinner San Diego Padres professional model road jersey. Light brown flannel jersey accented with brown/yellow trim retains original "San Diego" team name lettered on front and player number "4" on back. Chain stitched strip tag in collar reads "B.Skinner." Wilson manufacturer's tag appears on front tail with size 44 and the year "1970" has been chain stitched below. Desirable style example exhibits light usage wear and remains in well preserved condition. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX/MT ($750-$1,000) $525.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 562 George Brett professional model baseball bat c. 1991-93. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 34 1/4" long and weighs 30.2oz. Cupped end bat display beautifully with excellent use including ball marks, stitching impressions, rack marks, and heavy pine tar residue. Model T141 stamped on barrel end with vintage "5" written on knob end. Brett has autographed the barrel in black sharpie marker. Fine example. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions (bat) and JSA (autograph): EX ($750-$1,000) $2,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 563 Wade Boggs professional model baseball bat c.1986-89. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 34 1/2" long and weighs 31.6oz. Cupped end bat shows evident use including ball marks, stitching impressions, rack marks, and heavy pine tar residue. Model C235 stamped on barrel end with vintage "26" written on knob end. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($500-$750) $400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 564 1983 National League Champion Philadelphia Phillies team signed baseball. Rawlings B.Kuhn Official 1983 World Series baseball has been signed by (22) including Schmidt, Perez, Morgan, McGraw, Rose, Carlton, and others. Blue ink signatures rate 7 to 9 out of 10 (Avg. 8). Ball exhibits a hint of light even toning. Includes LOA from JSA: Ball EX/MT, Sigs. EX/MT-NM ($300-$500) $500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 565 Alex Rodriguez professional model baseball bat with home run attribution c.1997. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 33 3/4" long and weighs 29.6oz. Cupped end black bat shows tremendous usage including ball marks, stitching impressions, rack marks, cleat marks, pine tar residue, and handle crack. Model C271 stamped on barrel end which Rodriguez has autographed, "Alex Rodriguez #3 Home #5". The offered bat includes a 1997 COA from Coast to Coast Sports denoting its use to hit A Rod's 5th home run of the 1997 season. The COA is autographed by Rodriguez himself. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions (bat), COA from Coast to Coast (bat/autograph), and LOA from JSA (autograph): VG-EX ($1,000-$1,500) $1,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 566 Darryl Strawberry professional model baseball bat with relation to 30/30 club c.1987. Rawlings Adirondack model bat measures 35" long and weighs 33oz. The bat shows heavy use including ball marks, stitching impressions, rack marks, pine tar residue, and vintage criss cross pattern handle tape. Model #113A stamped on knob end with vintage "18" written in black marker on both knob and barrel ends. Strawberry has signed the barrel, "Darryl Strawberry 30-30 HRS 1987" in blue sharpie. Additional period LOA copy attached the bat barrel denoting that Strawberry used this very bat to hit HR #'s 30-39 for the 1987 season. This is notably significant in that the 30th home run of the 1987 season made Strawberry only the second NY Mets in team history to accomplish that feat. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions (bat), PSA/DNA (bat), and JSA (autograph): EX ($4,000-$5,000) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 567 2009 New York Yankees World Series ring. Striking original ring as presented to members of the World Champion New York Yankees team in honor of their victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. 14K gold ring features the classic "NY" symbol on top inlaid with diamonds and inset on a blue field. Diamond shaped symbol is found underneath the "NY" with two rows of additional inset diamonds around the perimeter. One side panel lists "NOY" above the Yankees insignia with "Tradition" beneath. Other side panel displays "World Champions 2009" above an image of Yankee Stadium and "Unity" Interior ring band is marked Balfour 14K along with a Yankee Stadium Inaugural Season logo. Includes its original mahogany inlaid box with "World Champions 2009" in gold on the top. Uncommonly attractive modern era World Championship ring is the first example that we have seen offered at auction: NM ($25,000-$35,000) $27,552.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 568 Tom Seaver Chicago White Sox professional model batting practice/pre-game jersey c.1985. Red mesh pullover jersey with red/white/blue trim has stylized "Sox" team name across the front and player number "41" on back. "Majestic" manufacturer's tag in the collar with additional wash tag marked size "X-L." Moderate evident usage wear. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($500-$750) $275.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 570 Kirby Puckett professional model baseball bat c.1990. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 34.75" long and weighs a touch under 32oz. The bat shows evident light use with number "34" written in cupped end. Model #P116 is stamped on the barrel end which has also been signed by Puckett in marker. Includes LOA from JSA (autograph) and Hunt Auctions (bat): EX ($500-$750) $325.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 571 1933 World Series program. Original program issued for game played at the Polo Grounds. Nice example exhibiting very light corner and edge wear with vertical center fold. Small condition flaw at center of both front and back covers. Clean, unscored interior: Technical EX-EX/MT with EX/MT or better display qualities ($300-$500) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 572 Cal Ripken Jr. professional model baseball bat c.1986. Louisville Slugger 125 model P72 baseball bat with Cal Ripken Jr signature burned into the barrel measures 35" long and weighs 35.5 oz. Factory ordering records indicate that Ripken was shipped the P72 with these specifications during the 1986 season. Fine usage wear evident throughout with ball transfer and rack marks visible and moderate application of pine tar from knob end through centerbrand. Number "8" written on knob end in period blue marker. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($1,500-$2,500) $2,600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 573 1927 World Series program and ticket stub. Original program, partially scored in pencil for what appears to be Game 3. General handling wear and age toning with largely separated bound edge. Back cover surface loss to all edges resulting from mounting. Game (3) stub has mounting residue on back with some surface loss and shows light scattered wear on front: Overall VG/EX-EX ($750-$1,250) $1,400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 574 1930 World Series program autographed by several Philadelphia Athletics. Original program as issued for game played at Philadelphia having been signed on the interior by the majority of the World Champion Athletics team including Mack, Grove, and Cochrane. Foxx and Simmons are clubhouse signed. Twenty signatures in all ranging from 7-10 out of 10. The program itself shows heavy use including creasing, several loose interior pages, and tape repair to spine. Includes LOA from JSA: Program: GD, Signatures: Range EX-NM ($750-$1,250) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 575 **UPDATED** Lot of (2) vintage World Series programs. Both programs are from games played at Cincinnati: EX-EX/MT ($400-$600) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 576 1926 World Series program. Original program as issued for game four played at St. Louis between the Yankees and Cardinals. The game was notable in that Ruth clouted three home runs en route to a 10 to 5 Yankees victory. Program is neatly scored in pencil on the interior. Typical age and handling wear is evident including some wrinkling to the covers: VG ($400-$600) $850.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 577 Lot of (3) 1927 World Series ticket stubs. Includes three stubs all issued for Game #3 played at New York between the Yankees and Pirates. Ticket fronts present nicely with light wear. The reverse of each ticket has some tape adhesive residue from scrapbook removal with a few areas of abrasion: VG (EX fronts) ($500-$1,000) $1,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 578 1924 World Series program. Original program issued for game played in Washington has been neatly scored in pencil. Exhibits exterior age toning/spotting with exterior edge and spine wear. Light soiling to interior. Vertical centerfold: VG/EX-EX ($500-$750) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 579 1922 World Series program and ticket stub. Original program exhibits age toning and general wear with small pencil notation and vertical centerfold. Cover largely separated at binding and interior pages loose. Back cover missing 1"x2" piece at upper middle edge with strip off loss on either side. Scattered pencil notations. Game (3) stub has mounting residue on back with some surface loss and shows light scattered wear with small pinhole on front. A fine pair for display despite noted condition issues: Program GD/VG, Stub displays VG/EX ($500-$1,000) $1,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 580 Rare 1912 Boston Red Sox souvenir pin. Original celluloid pin measures 1 1/4" in diameter with "Red Sox 1912" across the front retaining its original red and white ribbons. "A.R. Lopez, Boston" paper labeling remains intact on the reverse. First example of its type that we have handled: EX-MT ($1,000-$1,500) $1,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 581 **UPDATED** 1919 World Series program at Cincinnati. Significant program as issued for the first game played at Cincinnati in which White Sox pitcher Eddie Cicotte hit Reds leadoff hitter Morrie Rath to signal that the "fix was on". The White Sox, or Black Sox as they became known, went on to throw the 1919 World Series is what is historically recognized as one of the most significant events in baseball history. Program remains complete with some very minor spine separation, few small edge tears, and light pencil notation on front cover. Interior scoring pages are neatly scored in pencil and have become detached from spine. The back cover is missing from this program: VG-EX ($1,000-$2,000) $1,100.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 582 April 18, 1923 Yankee Stadium Opening Day program. Scarce program was issued for the first game played at Yankee Stadium between the Yankees and Red Sox. The front and back covers remain in generally fine condition with some horizontal fold lines and a small edge chip to back cover. The spine remains intact with some minor professional reinforcement noted for accuracy only. Interior pages are complete with horizontal fold lines and some small edge tears that run throughout. Interior scoring grid is unmarked. Original programs from this historic game have become exceedingly rare and desirable. When Yankee Stadium first opened on April 18, 1923, more than 25,000 fans had to be turned away at the gates, though most, sensing the historical significance of the occasion, lingered outside in the cold just to hear the sounds of music and the roar of the crowd. Before the game Babe Ruth famously said, "I'd give a year of my life if I can hit a home run in the first game in this new park". His wish, and that of the tens of thousands in attendance, came true. In the third inning, the Sultan of Swat christened "The House That Ruth Built" by hammering the first home run in Yankee Stadium history. Visual appearance presents notably better then technical condition grade: GD/VG-VG ($4,000-$6,000) $5,250.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 583 1925 Pittsburgh Pirates World Series press pin. Enameled press pin as issued for the series between the Pirates and Senators. Retains its original threaded post backing with some light general wear to the enamelwork including chipping to the bottom portion of the baseball ornament: EX ($750-$1,250) $550.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 584 1905 Cleveland Naps Real Photo Postcard. Composite team photo/postcard by The Souvenir Postcard Shop with team namesake Nap Lajoie at center. Postally cancelled and exhibiting typical and appropriate surface, corner, and edge wear. Age toning and minor soiling throughout. Graded Good 2 by SGC: VG-VG/EX display qualities ($500-$750) $850.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 585 1906 Chicago White Sox real photographic postcard. Uncommon sepia tone photographic postcard in a matte finish picturing the AL Champion Cubs including Walsh, Altrock, Dougherty, and owner Chas. Comiskey. Titled at the bottom with copyright by photographer Fred Wagner, Chicago at the bottom margin. Very clean overall with only a single pinhole at bottom right corner accounting for its technical condition grade, otherwise solid EX. Postmarked on the verso: SGC 10 PR ($400-$600) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 586 1906 Chicago Cubs real photographic postcard. Uncommon sepia tone photographic postcard in a matte finish picturing the NL Champion Cubs including Tinker, Evers, Chance, and M.Brown. Titled at the bottom with copyright by photographer Fred Wagner, Chicago at the bottom margin. Very clean overall with only a single pinhole at top left corner accounting for its technical condition grade, otherwise solid EX. Postmarked on the verso: SGC 10 PR ($400-$600) $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 587 Cleveland Naps postcard c.1908. Uncommon color tinted postcard depicting the Naps by Colonial Post Card Co. Postally cancelled and exhibiting typical and appropriate surface, corner, and edge wear. Light Age toning and minor soiling throughout. Graded Good 2 by SGC: VG/EX display qualities ($400-$600) $425.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 588 1935 World Champion Detroit Tigers Real Photo Postcard. Composite team photo/postcard by the Metropolitan Art Studios. Very light front surface wear with hairline crease at upper left corner. Light touch to each corner. Postcard back has (4) spots of mounting residue. Graded VG 3 by SGC: VG/EX-EX display qualities ($200-$400) $300.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 589 Lot of (4) 1928-1936 St. Louis Cardinals postcards. Includes 1928 World Champions real photo team composite by W.C. Runder Inc. (SGC EX 5), 1930 real photo team by Block Bros. (SGC EX/NM 6), 1931 real photo team composite by Sid Whiting (SGC VG/EX 4), and 1936 composite on linen by H.A. Meade (SGC EX+ 5.5). Varying degree of age toning and typical light corner, edge, and surface wear: Range VG/EX-EX/MT ($800-$1,000) $400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 590 1912 Cincinnati Reds Opening Day panoramic postcard. Large 5"x21" panoramic postcard features a black and white view of Redland Field with game play in action between the Reds and Cubs on opening day 1912. Image quality remains very fine with a vertical crease near center area and some minor chipping at bottom edge. Back is postally unused: VG-EX ($500-$1,000) $400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 591 1907 Detroit Tigers postcard. Sepia toned image of the American League Champions including a young Ty Cobb. Postally cancelled and exhibiting typical and appropriate surface, corner, and edge wear. Light Age toning and minor soiling throughout. Unmarked. Graded Fair 1.5 by SGC: VG/EX display qualities ($300-$500) $375.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 592 Significant newly discovered 1889 E.R. Williams "Sepia" Baseball playing card game with original box and instructions. A previously unknown issue which varies from the commonly known E.R. Williams set in which all of the cards are issued in a sepia tone, and eight of the player cards feature different player combinations than the known checklist inclusive of several individual players, such as Billy Sunday, who do not appear in the traditional set in any combination. All of the player cards have been graded by SGC and include - (2) SGC 80 EX/NM: Brouthers/Latham and Keefe/Clarkson; (1) SGC 60 EX: Carroll/Fogarty; (11) SGC 50 VG/EX: Ewing/Anson, Weyhing/Kilroy, Brown/Carpenter, Welch/Long, Irwin/Corkhill, Stricker/Myers, Tener/King, Glasscock/Ward, Connor/Comiskey, Buffington/Caruthers, and Reilly/Hoy; and (5) SGC 40 VG: Orr/Sunday, Tiernan/Denny, Kelly/Foutz, Wolf/Pfeffer, and McKean/Tucker. The remaining (33) playing cards display as EX or better overall and exhibit mainly light surface toning/soiling. Original game instructions and game pieces exhibit light handling wear with a small tear/missing piece on the cover of the instructions. The original box exhibits wear mainly to the lid, which is missing two side flaps, and exhibits scattered moisture spotting. A few pencil notations are on the lid as well. The offered set was recently discovered within the New York family in which it has descended since its original ownership. Incredibly exciting discovery of a 19th century card set of importance. Playing cards: VG-EX; Instructions/Game pieces: VG/EX-EX; Box: GD-VG with note to missing side flaps. (Estimate Upon Request) $10,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 593 Allen & Ginter "Birds of the Tropics" tobacco card advertising poster c.1880s. Oversized 22"x30" matted and framed color lithographic poster advertising the Allen & Ginter "Birds of the Tropics" tobacco card series. Complete card set is pictured at the right with brilliant original color intact. General condition is outstanding for its medium with some typical light creasing to some areas and slight chipping at bottom left corner/few edge areas: EX ($1,500-$2,500) $1,600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 594 1887 N172 Old Judge Cigarettes Dick Johnston. Exhibits minimal wear and has a clean front and back. Graded SGC 80: EX/NM ($750-$1,000) $385.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 595 1887 N172 Old Judge Cigarettes Hardie Henderson. Displays as EX overall with rough cut edges scattered tobacco staining. Encapsulated as Authentic by SGC. ($150-$250) $1,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 596 1887 N172 Old Judge Cigarettes Medoc Wise. "Boston - Lean on bat" variation. Exhibits very minimal corner wear and has a clean front and back. Graded SGC 80: EX/NM ($750-$1,000) $450.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 597 1909-11 E90-1 American Caramel Ty Cobb. Exhibits rounded corners, light edge wear, and is centered toward the upper right. Graded SGC 40: VG ($1,500-$2,000) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 598 1910 E98 Anonymous "Set of 30" "Hans" Wagner. Displays nicely with bold red background. Exhibits lightly rounded corners, a crease on the upper left, and a very small spot of surface loss on the back. Encapsulated by SGC as Authentic. ($500-$1,000) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 599 Lot of (10) 1908 E91 American Caramel Set A baseball cards. Includes Charles Bender, Mordecai Brown, Michael Donlin, Frederick Hartsel, Joseph McGinnity, Simon Nicholls, Ruben Oldring, James Sheckard, Ralph Seybold, and Fred Tenney. Range GD-VG ($500-$1,000) $500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 600 1895 N300 Mayo's Cut Plug Bill Joyce. Presentable example exhibiting strong registration and clean surfaces. Corners and edges exhibit minimal to light wear. Graded SGC 84: NM ($1,500-$2,000) $1,600.00
 
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