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Back Items For The Auction of July 12, 2011  
 
  Lot Number Item Description Est. Price Range Sold For Price
 
See a Picture of this Item 501 Philadelphia Phillies team photograph c.1915. Sepia toned image of the team in uniform including notables G.C.Alexander, Moran, Rixey, and Bancroft. Remnants of original mount protrude slightly from the edges of the image which measures 8"x10". Lower right corner is missing and there is scattered wear affecting the edges/corners along with a 1" tear along upper edge. Small area of surface loss at upper right. If photo were matted and framed with the team and small portion of background visible approximately 5"x8" would display at EX/MT level: GD-VG ($500-$1,000) $450.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 502 Seattle Rainers team photograph c.1920. Period 8"x10" sepia toned photograph of the immensely popular Pacific Coast League in a unique and highly visual pose. Age toning and a hint of silvering throughout with a touch of wear at edges/corners. Crease at lower right corner: EX-EX/MT ($400-$600) $700.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 503 Grover Cleveland Alexander photograph c.1910s. 8"x10" Sepia toned portrait photograph displays age toning and silvering throughout with edge and corner chipping. Light wear throughout central portion and mounting residue on back: VG ($250-$500) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 504 Cleveland team real photo postcard c.1912. Original postcard depicting players in varying styles of Cleveland Naps uniforms has been postally used on April 30, 1912. Age toning and light edge wear with mounting residue on reverse. Although it can not be stated with certainty, this appears to be the Naps or a very closely affiliated team: VG/EX ($200-$400) $500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 505 Mary Miles Minter photographs (2) as Seattle Rainiers mascot c.1920. Pair of approximately 8"x10" period photographs of the silent film star with Adams and the team at large. Both bear handwritten identifier notations/inscriptions in unknown hand including (1) in which she is referred to as "Official Mascot Seattle Baseball Club Season 1920." Scattered age toning, wear, and silvering with (1) trimmed along lower edge: VG/EX ($150-$300) $350.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 506 Incredible panel of (3) connected full tickets to the 1915 World Series. Exceptional rarity may indeed be the only survivor of its type; complete unused tickets to all (3) World Series game played in Philadelphia between the Phillies and Boston Red Sox in their original connected form as issued. Note that the ticket labeled "Game 3" represents the 5th and deciding game in which Boston won the Series and was the third game played in Philadelphia (Games 3 and 4 took place in Boston). The Series was a historic event with a young Babe Ruth making his post-season debut and Woodrow Wilson attended Game 2 marking the first time a President watched a World Series game live. Chipping and edge/corner wear are largely confined to the left and upper edges. There are minute tears along the upper and lower edges and a 1" separation along the perforation to the right of Game (3) rain check portion which ends at the start of tear which runs vertically through 3/4 of that particular ticket. Backs show residue from mounting with small area of paper loss: Technical GD/VG with VG/EX or better appearance. ($4,000-$6,000) $5,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 507 Mrs. John Adams 1915 Philadelphia National League Park season pass with Adam autographed photo (2). Includes heavy paper stock "Philadelphia National League Club" Annual Pass with "Mrs. John Adams" handwritten on. 8"x10" Sepia toned photograph of Adams with the Cleveland Naps has been signed, "Your Very Truly, Johnnie Adams" and makes an ideal display companion. Age toning and mostly light wear throughout with mounting residue to backs of both: VG/EX-EX ($200-$400) $350.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 508 1915 Philadelphia Phillies testimonial dinner program and related material (5 pieces). 8.25"x10" Multi-page program for October 16, 1915 "Testimonial Dinner to the Philadelphia Base Ball Club." Also includes handout for dinner with song lyrics, additional program (in far lesser condition), and pair of approximately 8"x10" sepia toned period photographs of several Phillies players. Varying degrees of age toning, soiling, edge/corner wear, mounting residue, and other wear throughout: Range PR/GD-EX ($300-$500) $1,320.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 509 1914 New Orleans Pelicans (Southern League) Opening Day Invitation. Heavy stock printed invitation with gold impressed logo at top inviting the recipient to the April 18, 1914 season opener. Light soiling. Includes original envelope (mounting remnants on front) and period 4.75"x6" photograph of a Pelicans player in uniform: Invitation EX, Photo VG/EX ($300-$500) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 510 John "Bert" Adams scrapbook collection with photography c.1910s-30s. Large assortment of material comprising the balance of the Adams collection of scrapbooked material includes photographs and newspaper clippings. Includes 1920 Zee-Nut card, 1913 Cleveland Americans Fatima team card, numerous photographs of Adams and related players and family members both in field and in casual dress, and other paper matter. Varying degrees of age toning and general wear throughout with nearly all pieces having been mounted (many remain so). Contains many interesting photographs worthy of further research: Range PR/GD-EX/MT ($500-$1,000) $1,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 511 New York Yankees related ticket stubs and 1939 All-Star Game program c.1930s. Includes ticket stub from 1934 All-Star Game mounted to period letter on New York Baseball Club letterhead; 1939 All-Star Game ticket stub and program which is mounted to scrapbook page; 1936 World Series Game (5) ticket stub with cover from program; 1937 World Series Game (4) ticket stub with cover from program; and (4) 1930s Yankee Stadium ticket stubs. Varying degrees of wear throughout with all pieces having been mounted and showing back damage as a result along with other condition flaws: Range GD/VG-EX ($500-$1,000) $1,800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 512 1940 All-Star Game program. Original program issued for game played at Sportsman's Park in which the National League won the first shutout in All-Star Game history. Light corner and edge wear to covers with small separation at top and bottom of bound edge. Light vertical fold barely visible at center. Unscored with ink roster notation on scorecard and small rust stain from paperclip to several pages: VG/EX-EX ($200-$400) $150.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 513 1939 All-Star game program. Original program issued for game played at Yankee Stadium during baseballs' Centennial season. (23) Hall of Famers participated and the AL won with Joe DiMaggio hitting a homerun. Age toning and general wear throughout with scattered chipping to cover edges/corners. Horizontal center fold. Partially scored in pencil with several handwritten lineup changes: VG-VG/EX ($200-$400) $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 514 Scarce 1942 All-Star Game program. Original program issued for the War era game which was originally scheduled for Brooklyn's Ebbets Field and ended up being played at the larger Polo Grounds stadium in New York. The game featured several star players who would shortly put their baseball careers on hold to enter the second World War. The AL won by a score of 3-1 in a poorly attended game due to rain. The offered example remains unscored and has highly uncommon, "this is the Tenth All Star Game" paper insert stapled inside. Moderate age toning throughout with light scattered exterior wear at edges. Binding approximately 50% intact. Rust stains from staple to facing pages of insert: EX ($800-$1,200) $495.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 515 1938 All-Star Game program. Original program issued for game played at Crosley Field which involved a staggering (25) future Hall of Famers inclusive of players, coaches, and managers. Light corner and edge wear with fully intact binding. Light to moderate age toning throughout. Vertical center crease well pressed out which does not disturb front cover coloration. Small pencil notation on cover and resellers stamp on last inside page: VG/EX ($400-$600) $300.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 516 1935 All-Star game program. Original program issued for game played at Cleveland Stadium. American League won with Jimmie Foxx hitting a homerun. Very well preserved exhibiting minimal light wear and toning: EX/MT ($300-$500) $250.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 517 1937 All-Star game program. Original program issued for the game played at Griffith Stadium with color illustration of President Roosevelt on the front cover. Age toning along upper front cover which also has small pencil notation. Bound edge wear/chipping and partial separation. Unscored: VG/EX-EX ($300-$500) $550.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 518 1933 All-Star game program. Desirable original program issued for the inaugural summer classic played at Chicago's Comiskey Park. The game featured a homerun by Babe Ruth who also made a fine catch of Chick Hafey's line drive. Interior features printed lineups for the AL and NL teams with players including Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Simmons, Klein, and Hartnett. Scored neatly in pencil. Light age toning and moderate wear throughout with vertical center crease to both front and back: VG ($1,000-$1,500) $700.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 519 1914 Brooklyn Tip-Tops Federal League scorecard. Original scorecard with colorfully illustrated cover for game played between Brooklyn and Pittsburgh. Age toning and wear throughout with holes punched along re-enforced bound edge. Small portion of upper back cover missing and toned mounting area on back. Scored in pencil: PR-GD ($250-$500) $275.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 520 1923 World Series program. Original program issued for game played at Yankee Stadium has been scored neatly in pencil. Light age toning with minimal scattered wear including holes punched along bound edge and small tear at upper bound edge: VG/EX ($400-$600) $650.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 521 1916 World Series program. Original program issued for game played at Ebbets Field has been scored neatly in pencil. Light age toning with scattered wear including corner/edge wear, holes punched along bound edge, and several loose interior pages. The lower left corner has been clipped and there is mounting residue on back: VG ($400-$600) $1,300.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 522 1911 World Series program. Original program issued for game played at Brush Stadium has been partially scored in pencil. Age toning with severe scattered wear including corner/edge wear, creasing, hole punches in tape reinforced bound edge, additional tape on cover and interior, and several loose interior pages. Vertical center fold: PR ($250-$500) $182.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 523 July 4, 1941 Lou Gehrig Memorial Day ticket stub. Original stub from game which was played in his honor exhibits scattered edge and corner wear with surface wrinkling/creasing throughout. Hole punched at left edge: VG ($200-$400) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 524 1913 World Series program. Original program issued for game played at the Polo Grounds has been scored neatly in pencil for Game 1. Age toning with moderate to severe scattered wear including corner/edge wear, creasing, holes punches in tape reinforced bound edge (80% separated), and several lose interior pages. Vertical center fold: PR-GD ($400-$600) $0.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 525 Turn of the Century "Von Der Ahe Medal." Upper bar titled "Von Der Ahe Medal" likely referencing St. Louis Browns owner Chris Von Der Ahe in blue enameled lettering which supports an ornate lower portion that is engraved with an early baseball game scene. Manufacturer's marking on back does not specifically state however it is believed to be gold plated and has "John Harding" name engraved. Beautiful piece of early baseball related jewelry exhibits very minimal wear: EX/MT ($500-$1,000) $400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 526 Rare 1912 New York Giants World Series press pin. Desirable original pin marks only the second year in which the press was offered the courtesy of a designation which allowed them easier access in order to provide coverage of the World Series. Giants great Christy Mathewson, under Manager John McGraw, lead his team to the bitter end with the Red Sox winning in an oddly needed 8th game; the 7th was called a tie when it got to dark to play. Blue enameled upper bar lettered "Press" retains original pin backing. Center ribbon portion slightly discolored from age has scattered blemishes, none of which significantly affected the gold "World Series, Brush Stadium, Polo Grounds, New York Giants" lettering. Lower medallion portion with batter and catcher in relief reads "New York Giants vs. Boston Red Sox" at upper border. Marked "The Whitehead & Hoag Co." on back. Minor scattered tarnish to metal portions: EX ($5,000-$7,500) $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 527 1912 World Series program. Original program issued for game played at Brush Stadium has been scored neatly in pencil for Game 1. Light age toning with moderate to severe scattered wear including corner/edge wear, creasing, hole punches in tape reinforced bound edge, and several loose interior pages. Vertical center fold: PR-GD ($400-$600) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 528 Rare 1919 World Series Press ticket and corresponding stubs for Game #s 4 and 5. Original press ticket as issued for the 1919 World Series retaining two corresponding stubs for Game #'s four and five each of which were played at Chicago's Comiskey Park. All three ticket pieces are adhered to a period scrapbook album page which could be professionally removed if so desired. Appearance remains very fine with some light creasing to a few areas: VG-EX (with note to scrapbook adhesion)  ($1,000-$1,500) $2,800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 529 Exceedingly rare 1919 World Series press pin at Chicago. Striking gilt and enamelwork press pin as issued for the 1919 World Series games played at Chicago's Comiskey Park featuring a bust image of Charles Comiskey flanked by two "Sox" emblems. The pin remains in outstanding original condition retaining its original threaded post backing. Most notably, the original silk ribbon remains attached to the in with "Press World Series 1919" lettering across the front. The ribbon has a few areas of tattering and some minor tears but remains basically intact with excellent display qualities. The offered exemplar is the first that we have handled and is one of a minute few which have retained their original ribbon: EX-MT ($10,000-$15,000) $12,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 530 Rare 1919 World Series program. Issued for Game #5 as played at Chicago's Comiskey Park on October 6, 1919 in which the Reds blanked the White Sox by a score of 5 to 0. The game was pitched by Black Sox co conspirator Lefty Williams for Chicago. The program itself exhibits significant damage to its front cover which is separated from the body of the program and in multiple pieces which could be restored (with additions). The interior of the program remains relatively clean and has been neatly scored in pencil. Back cover is detached and is adhered to a period scrapbook page which could be removed if so desired. Although condition is certainly not choice the offered program represents one of the rarest and most desired of its type from the 1910-20s era: PR  ($400-$600) $1,626.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 531 1919 World Series ticket stub. Desirable original stub as issued for Game #2 as played at Cincinnati between the Reds and White Sox. The stub remains intact inclusive of the rain check with some chipping to the left end and creasing throughout. Faint vestiges of some pencil notations are visible on the front. The game featured a 3 for 4 performance by Joe Jackson against a Cincinnati victory: SGC Authentic  ($1,000-$2,000) $900.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 532 1899 M101-1 John "Honus" Wagner Sporting News Supplement. Scarce and significant premium issued on August 19, 1899 is widely regarded as Wagner's rookie "card" issue made even more desirable by its inclusion in one of the most visually striking of all 19th Century baseball sets. Displays EX/MT with very minimal evident wear to front. When held to the light, the right hand edge of the back exhibits scattered areas of surface loss from scrapbook removal which do not detract from the overall display qualities and are not visible from the front. Small pinhole along left edge with a pair of very minute tears mentioned for the sake of accuracy with minor reinforcement to one tear. Extremely subtle toning is visible at edges. Includes original leather bound presentation album in which the collection was housed since their original issue in 1899: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse) with EX/MT appearance. ($4,000-$6,000) $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 533 December 9, 1899 M101-1 Denton "Cy" Young Sporting News Supplement. One of the key players to this outstanding 19th century issue of rarity presenting with a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal. Front displays nicely with a small surface blemish at the lower margin along with a small tear which has been restored in the same area. Another very small edge tear is found along the right border: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse edge tears), EX/MT appearance ($1,500-$3,000) $1,600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 534 August 26, 1899 M101-1 Victor Willis Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has four small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal. Front has a few very minor surface blemishes at the left edge: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($500-$750) $248.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 535 November 18, 1899 M101-1 Frank Le Roy Chance Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has three small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal one of which has an ever so minute 'pinhole' from thinning mentioned for accuracy only. Front presents notably clean with excellent contrast: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT-NM appearance ($750-$1,250) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 536 August 5, 1899 M101-1 John J. McGraw Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has three very small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal. Front remains notably clean with tiny corner chip at lower left: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($750-$1,000) $1,200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 537 October 14, 1899 M101-1 Napoleon Lajoie Sporting News Supplement. One of the key players to this outstanding 19th century issue of rarity presenting with a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has some surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal along with some surface inpainting to a few portions. Front displays nicely with two small restored tears at the left edge and bottom corner: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse edge tears), EX/MT appearance ($1,000-$1,500) $750.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 538 December 2, 1899 M101-1 Hughie Jennings Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal with some inpainting to the two corner abrasions. Front has some surface blemishes along the left border area: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($500-$750) $700.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 539 Lot of (4) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements. Each depicts a Cincinnati player to include: September 8, 1900 Theodore Brettenstein; June 23, 1900 Frank Hahn; August 25, 1900 Edward Scott; and April 22, 1899 William Lange. Each supplement features a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. All pieces have varying degrees of small to moderate surface abrasions on the right border of the reverse some with portions of inpainting. Additionally, several of the supplements have a few minor restored edge tears or minor edge flaking at certain areas. Technically range from GD/VG-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), Range VG/EX-NM appearance ($500-$1,000) $400.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 540 Lot of (2) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements. Each depicts a Baltimore player to include: September 9, 1899 Eugene DeMontreville and July 8, 1899 Jerry Nops. Each supplement features a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. All pieces have varying degrees of small to moderate surface abrasions on the right border of the reverse some with portions of inpainting. Additionally, several of the supplements have a few minor restored edge tears or minor edge flaking at certain areas. Technically range from GD/VG-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), Range VG/EX-NM appearance ($300-$600) $800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 541 July 7, 1900 M101-1 Joseph McGinnity Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has fairly heavy surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal and a small surface wrinkle at bottom margin. Front has some minor edge flaking to top left corner area and a small restored tear at bottom left corner: Technical GD-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX appearance ($300-$500) $350.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 542 June 17, 1899 M101-1 R.J. Wallace Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal a few of which have some inpainting. Front presents very cleanly with some minor restoration to the bottom corner areas: Technical GD/VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($300-$500) $550.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 543 April 29, 1899 M101-1 Hugh Duffy Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has some minor soiling to a few areas. Front has a small edge tear at right side and the image is slightly off center original to its printing: VG-EX ($400-$600) $200.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 544 July 29, 1899 M101-1 William Keeler Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has two very small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal. Front remains in very fine overall condition with no mentionable defects save for a hint of a surface wrinkle: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), NM appearance ($500-$750) $1,925.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 545 July 14, 1900 M101-1 John Chesbro Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal and small restored tear at the bottom edge. Front remains clean overall with a few minute edge flakes and blemishes: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($300-$500) $121.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 546 November 11, 1899 M101-1 Elmer Flick Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has a few minor surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal. Front presents very nicely - period pencil notation of "Philadelphia" in correction of the printed "Boston" team designation: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($400-$600) $700.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 547 Lot of (2) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements. Each depicts a Philadelphia player to include: September 23, 1899 Frank Donahue and September 30, 1899 Edward Delahanty. Each supplement features a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. All pieces have varying degrees of small to moderate surface abrasions on the right border of the reverse some with portions of inpainting. Additionally, several of the supplements have a few minor restored edge tears or minor edge flaking at certain areas. Technically range from GD/VG-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), Range VG/EX-NM appearance ($300-$600) $800.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 548 Lot of (2) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements to include: May 27, 1899 M101-1 Wilber (Wilbert) Robinson Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal a few of which have some inpainting. Front has two small restored edge tears: Technical GD/VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX appearance; October 21, 1899 M101-1 Edward Hanlon Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has a vertical area of surface abrasion at the right border from scrapbook removal with some inpainting. Front has two small restored edge tears: Technical GD/VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX appearance ($500-$750) $1,100.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 549 Lot of (3) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements to include: October 7, 1899 M101-1 Fred Clark(e) Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has some surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal with some inpainting to a few portions. Front shows some surface blemishes at the left border along with chipping to top and bottom left corners: Technical GD-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), VG/EX appearance; November 25, 1899 M101-1 George Davis Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal including one at top corner with minor inpainting. Front has a relatively light surface blemish at top left area: Technical GD/VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX-MT appearance; and September 2, 1899 James Collins. Clean appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has some surface abrasions at the right side from scrapbook removal and a small restored tear. Front remains clean with faint vertical line wrinkle at left edge and a tiny chip at lower left corner: Technical GD/VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX appearance ($750-$1,250) $450.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 550 September 16, 1899 M101-1 Joseph Kelley Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal a few of which have some inpainting. Front has three restored edge tears and a few minor surface blemishes: Technical GD/VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX appearance ($400-$600) $250.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 551 Lot of (6) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements. Each depicts a Boston player to include: October 28, 1899 Charles Stahl; June 2, 1900 John Freeman; September 1, 1900 Edward Lewis; August 18, 1900 Frederick Tenney; September 15, 1900 Herman Long; and May 13, 1899 Martin Bergen. Each supplement features a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. All pieces have varying degrees of small to moderate surface abrasions on the right border of the reverse some with portions of inpainting. Additionally, several of the supplements have a few minor restored edge tears or minor edge flaking at certain areas. Technically range from GD/VG-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), Range VG/EX-NM appearance ($750-$1,500) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 552 July 21, 1900 M101-1 William Hamilton Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal a few of which have some inpainting. Front has two small restored edge tears: Technical GD/VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($400-$600) $150.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 553 June 3, 1899 M101-1 Clark Griffith Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has two small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal. Front has two small restored edge tears: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($400-$600) $100.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 554 Lot of (5) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements. Each depicts a Pittsburgh player to include: September 22, 1900 Jesse Tannehill; July 28, 1900 Samuel Leever; April 28, 1900 Clarence Beaumont; June 16, 1900 Charles Phillipe; and July 22, 1899 P.J. Donovan. Each supplement features a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. All pieces have varying degrees of small to moderate surface abrasions on the right border of the reverse some with portions of inpainting. Additionally, several of the supplements have a few minor restored edge tears or minor edge flaking at certain areas. Technically range from GD/VG-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), Range VG/EX-NM appearance ($750-$1,500) $1,300.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 555 Lot of (6) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements. Each depicts a St. Louis player to include: July 1, 1899 Louis Criger; June 30, 1900 J.Emmet Heidrick; June 24, 1899 John O'Connor; September 29, 1900 Burt Jones; November 4, 1899 Lave Cross; and August 4, 1900 Mike Donlin. Each supplement features a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. All pieces have varying degrees of small to moderate surface abrasions on the right border of the reverse some with portions of inpainting. Additionally, several of the supplements have a few minor restored edge tears or minor edge flaking at certain areas. Technically range from GD/VG-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), Range VG/EX-NM appearance ($750-$1,500) $600.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 556 May 6, 1899 M101-1 Charles "Kid" Nichols Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has some small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal with a few having areas of inpainting. Front has a minute edge tear at bottom left corner with some surface 'thinning': Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($400-$600) $350.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 557 Lot of (6) M101-1 Sporting News Supplements. Each depicts a Brooklyn player to include: July 15, 1899 William Kennedy; May 20, 1899 Michael Griffin; August 12, 1899 James Hughes; April 21, 1900 John Dunn; August 11, 1900 William Dahlen; and May 5, 1900 James McGuire. Each supplement features a clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. All pieces have varying degrees of small to moderate surface abrasions on the right border of the reverse some with portions of inpainting. Additionally, several of the supplements have a few minor restored edge tears or minor edge flaking at certain areas. Technically range from GD/VG-VG (due to surface loss on reverse), Range VG/EX-NM appearance ($750-$1,500) $500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 558 April 14, 1900 M101-1 George Edward "Rube" Waddell Sporting News Supplement. Clean general appearance with outstanding image quality. Reverse has several small surface abrasions at the right border from scrapbook removal with some inpainting to the two corner abrasions. Front has a minor surface blemish along the left border area with two small restored tears at bottom corner areas: Technical VG (due to surface loss on reverse), EX/MT appearance ($500-$750) $1,100.00
 
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