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Back Items For The Auction of November 10, 2018  
 
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See a Picture of this Item 501 1929 Philadelphia Athletics panoramic photograph. Classic image of the World Champion A's pictured standing on the field incl. Foxx, Grove, Mack, Simmons, and Cochrane. Photo retains excellent clarity and contrast with some light general wear and an approx. 4" tear on the left end. Framed to 7.25"x30.25" with the edges having been trimmed to current size: VG ($500-$1,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 502 Lot of (3) Baseball themed motivational broadsides incl. G.C. Alexander and Zach Wheat. Trio of early display pieces featuring players likenesses, facsimile signatures, and motivational text. Each is marked "Elliott Service Co." with some light scattered wear including a bit of paper loss to lower edge of the Alexander piece. All in matching 10.75"x20.5" frames: GD-VG ($500-$750) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 503 Lefty Grove single signed baseball. Spalding C.Feeney ONL ball has been signed "Lefty Grove" across the sweetspot with personalization on the panel above. Ink signature rates 8-8/9 out of 10. Mild soiling/toning and some light wear to ball. Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA: Sig. NM, Ball VG ($750-$1,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 504 George L. Kelly single signed baseball. Rawlings C.Feeney ONL ball has been signed "George L. Kelly" in marker rating 8/9 out of 10. Scattered toning. Includes COA from PSA/DNA: Sig. NM, Ball VG-EX ($500-$750) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 505 1931 Philadelphia Athletics large format team photograph. Sepia toned image showing team members incl. Foxx, Grove, Mack, Cochrane, Simmons, and others. Captioned within the print which is likewise marked, "Wagner Studio." Framed to 16"x24" for display with some light scattered wear visible: VG-EX ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 506 1930 Philadelphia Athletics team signed baseball (World Series Champions). Red and blue stitched Reach E.S. Barnard Official American League baseball has been signed by (24) incl. Foxx, Grove, Mack, Simmons, Collins, Cochrane, Miller, Walberg, Earnshaw, McNair, Rommel, and others. All are done in period fountain pen generally rating 6 to 7/8 out of 10 with two or three lesser. Ball displays mild toning with bold stampings and has a small handwritten year identifier. A choice example of one of the era's most acclaimed and accomplished teams. Includes auction LOA from JSA: Sigs. VG-EX/MT, Ball EX ($2,000-$3,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 507 Edd Roush single signed baseball. Rawlings B.Giamatti ONL ball has been signed "Edd Roush" in marker rating 8/9 out of 10. Hint of light scattered discoloration. Includes COA from PSA/DNA: Sig. NM, Ball EX/MT ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 508 Heinie Groh professional model "bottle bat" c.1928-30 (PSA "GU 9"). Louisville Slugger 125 model bat has Groh facsimile signature impressed in the distinctive enlarged barrel. The bat measures 33" long and weighs 42.2oz. Uncracked with evidence of outstanding use throughout including ball marks and mild grain swelling. There are a few scattered depressions/scrapes which have no impact on overall display value. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions and PSA/DNA (graded "GU 9"): EX ($2,000-$4,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 509 Grover Hartley attributed professional model baseball bat c.1920s. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with "Hartley" block lettered in the barrel measures 33" long. Nice use is evident throughout with some minor grain swelling and a nail repaired handle crack. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 510 George Whiteman professional model baseball bat c.1920s. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 34.75" long and weighs 38.4oz. Extensive usage wear and surface soiling is evident throughout and areas of damage were repaired in the period with nails. An original mailing label remains affixed from when the bat was sent back to Louisville Slugger with the name "Geo. Whiteman" noted in the return address. Then playing in the Minor Leagues, he had previously been a member of the 1913 Yankees and 1907 and 18 Red Sox. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: VG-EX ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 511 Joe Dugan Major League Baseball Lifetime Pass. Metal pass (2.75"x4.25) with "Joe Dugan" name etched in the bearer line allowing for access to stadiums throughout the Major Leagues. Touch of light tarnish and some general handling wear with a small amount of loss to the silver plate. Minor residue on back: EX ($500-$750) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 512 Tris Speaker and Jesse Burkett autographed baseball c.1923. Red and blue stitched Reach Official American League baseball has been signed "Tris Speaker" on the side panel in fountain pen rating 7-7/8 out of 10. An additional signature on the opposite reads "Burkett"; a last name only autograph from notoriously rare Hall of Famer Jesse Burkett. Burkett broke into professional baseball in 1888 and remained involved with the game as either a player, Manager, or coach until 1933. His signature is seldom offered in any form and this represents what is one of likely only a handful of signed baseballs extant. Written across the sweetspot, in the period, is "World Series 1923" and there is an additional "Ball Thrown Into Stand By Waite Hoyt" notation. Ball has soiling/toning throughout along with some scattered surface wear. Includes full LOA from JSA: VG-EX ($4,000-$6,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 513 Rare Yankee Stadium box seat chair c.1920s-30s. Early Windsor style chair as used in Yankee Stadium has been refinished but otherwise matches the style of those known to have been used in 1920s-1930s era. A small amount of the original and distinctive green paint can be seen in a few areas which the upper surface has chipped away. Approximately 34" tall and 19" wide with evident wear consistent with long term outdoor use and storage. Desirable early piece is one of only a handful to have been offered in recent years. Includes letter of provenance: VG-EX ($750-$1,250) Sold For Price
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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 ($2,500-$5,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 514 Babe Ruth single signed baseball. Reach W.Harridge Official American League baseball has been signed "Babe Ruth" in fountain pen rating 7 out of 10. Mild even toning to ball which has some scattered wear which is somewhat more pronounced in a few areas. Includes full LOA from JSA and LOA from PSA/DNA: Sig. EX/MT, Ball VG-EX ($7,500-$10,000) Sold For Price
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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 ($10,000-$15,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 515 1927 New York Yankees reunion autographed baseball. J.DeBeer & Son "Official Little League" baseball has been signed by (15) with being members of or related to the famed 1927 World Series Champion New York Yankees. Signers incl. Earle Combs, Waite Hoyt, Mrs. Lou Gehrig, Mrs. Babe Ruth, George Pipgras, Bob Shawkey, Bennie Bengough, Joe Dugan, Bob Meusel, Mark Koenig Ben Paschal, Ray Morehart, Julian Wera, Dutch Ruether, and Mike Gazella. Ink signatures rate 6 to 7 out of 10. Ball displays light general toning with a few more pronounced spots and there are some handwritten notations/identifiers. Includes full LOA from JSA: VG-EX ($2,000-$3,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 516 Rare Bob Meusel professional model baseball bat c.1921-31 (MEARS "A8"). Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with Meusel facsimile signature burned into the barrel measures 34" long and weighs 33.4oz. Strong usage wear is evident throughout with visible ball and cleats marks along with a hint of grain swelling. Both the handle and hitting surface were scored in the period. A minor crack to the upper handle is secured with several vintage nails. Factory sidewriting has largely faded from but is identified as relating to Evar Swanson, a teammate of Meusel in 1929 and 30. Further, the bat is vault marked "S43" on either end. Playing in the shadow of Ruth and Gehrig throughout the 1920s, Bob Meusel was a core member of the New York Yankees fabled "Murderers Row." During his time with the club they won (6) American League and (3) World Series Championship titles. A notably rare signature model and one of only a few to have surfaced. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions, John Taube, and MEARS (graded "A8"): EX ($3,000-$5,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 517 1930 Ty Cobb autographed personal check. December 4th dated check has been fill out in his hand and signed "Tyrus R. Cobb." Fountain pen signature rates 8/9 out of 10. Typical bank cancellations and a touch of other light wear. Framed to 19.5"x22" and includes auction LOA from JSA: Sig. NM, Check EX ($750-$1,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 518 Heinie Zimmerman professional model baseball bat c.1912-1919. Spalding "Autograph" model bat with Zimmerman facsimile signature burned in measures 35.5" long and weighs 39.9oz. Strong usage wear is evident throughout including grain swelling and a handle crack (visible below period tape applied to aid in grip). Graded by PSA "GU 8" (letter not included) and includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX ($3,000-$5,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 519 1922 New York Giants World Series presentational ring. Sterling silver secondary issue of the classic 14K gold ring as issued to members of the Giants Championship team which were commissioned as presentational gifts. The ring dÄcor is nearly identical to the original Giants World Series rings only fashioned in silver with inset emerald stone at top rather than the traditional diamond. General light surface wear is evident throughout. A similar silver presentation ring originated from a family acquaintance of Frank Frisch and was corroborated as a commissioned replica as well: EX ($2,000-$3,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 520 Exceedingly scarce Joe Jackson autographed baseball displaying as single signature example c.1938. Reach Official American League baseball has been signed on the side panel, "Joe Jackson" in fountain pen rating 5/6-6 out of 10. The ball has mild toning and areas of scattered surface wear throughout. . In addition, the ball has been signed by approx. (6) members of the1938 Detroit Tigers: Elden Auker, Rudy York, Tom Bridges, and Don Ross. The additional signatures are generally less prominent in nature and range between 1 to 4 out of 10. None of the Tigers player's signatures effect the Jackson autograph or display. Desirably, the Joe Jackson autograph displays as a lone signature on a side panel. With no documented single signature Joe Jackson baseballs known to exist the offered example may well be the lone surviving specimen to be considered for that vaunted collecting category. Jackson's autograph remains one of the most desirable and elusive across the entire spectrum of collectibles. As a product of a rural upbringing it is famously well documented that he struggled with literacy and writing skills throughout his entire life. On rare occasions however Joe Jackson was able to essentially "draw" his signature as evident with the offered example in its crude formation and deliberate appearance. In our 26 year company history we have handled less than (10) items of any type having been authentically signed by Joe Jackson. The value of a pure single signature Joe Jackson baseball is simply incalculable. With no known examples having surfaced in the last 100 years since his professional baseball debut the odds of such a baseball being discovered are almost non existent. Incredible opportunity to acquire one of the holy grails of autograph collecting with noted importance as a single signature display example. Includes full LOA from JSA: Ball :VG-EX, Signature: VG-EX ($75,000-$100,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 521 Lot of (11) modern Hall of Famer and star player 8"x10" photographs c.1970s-80s. Nice selection with subjects to incl. Reggie Jackson, Lou Brock, Pete Rose (2), Robin Yount, Jim Rice, Carl Yastrzemski, Jim Palmer, Mike Schmidt, Steve Carlton, and Joe Morgan. All with the exception of the last (3) are stamped "Ronald C. Modra" on back, Schmidt is stamped "Paul H. Roedig", and the remaining (2) are stamped "United Press." Touch of light scattered wear. Includes certificate of provenance from the Photo File: EX-NM ($500-$750) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 522 Lot of (3) Hank Aaron photographs c.1973-74. Trio of black and white 8"x10" photographs with markings on back to indicate that (2) date to just before he broke the homerun record and the last to just after. Mild wear throughout. Includes certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($100-$300) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 523 Lot of (5) Willie Mays photographs c.1950s-70s. Includes 7"x9" image of Mays running the bases with original paper caption and 1956 date stamp on back); late 1960s or early 70s image of Mays crossing home while with the Giants; (3) images dating his time with the New York Mets. Touch of light scattered wear. Includes certificate of provenance from Photo File: Overall EX ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 524 Lot of (5) c.1950s New York Yankees press photographs. Subjects incl. Mickey Mantle holding a bat as Casey Stengel looks on (6"x7", photographers mask applied); image of several players incl. Mantle, Slaughter, Howard, Bauer, and Kubek c.1957 ; Elston Howard c.1955; Phil Rizzuto and Billy Martin c.1953; and Joe DiMaggio and Casey Stengel in 1951. All pieces are approx. 7"x9" unless noted with varying degrees of wear that is somewhat more accentuated in some cases. Includes certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD-EX ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 525 Mickey Cochrane photograph c.1940s (PSA/DNA Type II). Sepia toned 6.5"x8.75" image has "International News Photos" stamp on the back along with identifiers. Light general wear with some pinholes. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type II" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($50-$100) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 526 Frank Frisch and Bucky Harris and the World Series photograph c.1924 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x10" image has "International Newsreel" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Mild general wear with some upper corner chips. The lower edge has toned or has photographers mask applied. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($500-$1,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 527 Frank Frisch photograph c.1920s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 7"x9.75" image has "Underwood & Underwood" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifiers. Scattered wear includes some small chips to corners/edges along with several pinholes. There is a pencil line drawn near top in preparation for publication. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($50-$100) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 528 Kiki Cuyler photograph c.1920s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6"x8" image has faint "Wide World Photos" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Hint of light toning/wear. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: EX ($50-$100) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 529 Walter Johnson and Billy Evans photograph c.1926-27 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 7"x10.25" image displays a touch of light wear. Marked "Harris & Ewing" at lower front and there is a "Wide World Photos" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: EX-EX/MT ($500-$1,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 530 John J. McGraw photograph by Paul Thompson c.1922. Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo has some light general wear small chip to upper right corner. "Paul Thompson" stamp appears on back along with a handwritten notation. Includes certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 531 Tris Speaker photograph c.1921 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" image has "International" stamp on the back along with the original 1921 dated paper caption. Light general wear. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG/EX ($100-$200) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 532 Eddie Collins photograph c.1920s. Sepia toned 6"x8" image has "Wide World Photos" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Scattered mild wear includes chip to upper right corner and some light discoloration along the lower edge. Includes certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD/VG ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 533 Lot of (3) c.1910s-20s John McGraw photographs incl. (2) by Paul Thompson. Trio of sepia toned images incl. (2) 6.5"x8.5" examples which are stamped "Paul Thompson" on back. The third, slightly smaller, is marked "International." Light to mild scattered wear. Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: EX ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 534 Hugh Jennings photograph c.1930s. Sepia toned 8"x10" image has "International News Photos" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. General corner and edge wear includes chipping and small tears (some of which have been taped from behind and there is a strip of tape on upper front). Includes LOA from PSA/DNA (note - the Type designation on this letter is incorrect) and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($100-$200) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 535 Lot of (2) c.1920s Waite Hoyt photographs incl. Paul Thompson portrait (PSA/DNA Type I). Includes 8"x10" portrait with "Thompson" stamp on the back (chipping and tears to right edge) and 6"x8" action shot stamped "Wide World Photos." Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD and EX ($100-$200) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 536 Eddie Collins photograph by Paul Thompson c.1914 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6.25"x8.5" photo has some loss to the left border along with some corner/edge creases and a small tear on right side. "Paul Thompson" stamp appears on back along with some pencil notations. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 537 Chicago White Sox photograph by Paul Thompson c.1917 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned photo has been cut into (4) sections that measure approx. 7"x8" when aligned together (an additional portion is missing from the left edge). Players shown include Hap Felsch, James Collins, Eddie Murphy, and Nemo Leibold. Touch of light wear and last names have been written below each neatly in pencil. Partial "Paul Thompson" stamp appears on back along with a number of handwritten identifiers/notations. Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: see description ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 538 Chick Gandil photograph c.1910 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8.25"x11" image has small handwritten identifiers on both front and back. Mild wear to corners and edge and there is a tear to upper left. Photographers mask has been applied in areas in preparation for publication. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 539 Eddie Cicotte photograph c.1910s. Sepia toned 8"x10" photo has some chipping to corners and edges (most pronounced along the left edge) and some other light wear. "Underwood & Underwood" stamp appears on back along with some other handwritten identifiers. Includes certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 540 Buck Weaver photograph by Charles Conlon c.1912-16 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x10" photo has some mild chipping to corners and edges and a small spot of upper surface paper loss within the central portion. "Charles M. Conlon" stamp appears on back along with his handwritten identifier. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 541 Casey Stengel photograph c.1913 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6"x8" image has "Wide World Photos" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifiers. Light general wear and small chip to upper left corner. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($400-$600) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 542 Lot of (3) Chicago White Sox photographs c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Trio of images with subjects incl. Eddie Collins (4"x4.75" with "Conlon" signature and handwritten identifier on back, split down center and held together from behind with tape); Lefty Williams and Ed Cicotte (6.5"x8.5", split down center and held together with tape, "International" stamp on back); Kid Gleason (8"x9.75" with "International" stamp on back, likely a later period c.1920s print of a 1910s era image). Varying degrees/types of wear throughout. Each includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" (though we believe the Collins may actually be Type II) and certificate of provenance from Photo File: PR/FR-VG ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 543 Grover Cleveland Alexander photograph attributed to Charles Conlon c.1910s-20s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 7"x9.5" photo has scattered wear including corner and edge chipping and a small tear on right side. The distinctive handwritten identifier of Charles Conlon appears on the back however some additional markings have been covered over and we are unaware if these include his stamp. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 544 George Sisler photograph by Paul Thompson c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x10" photo has some mild general corner and edge wear and a pair of tears are tape reinforced from behind. Tape covers the majority of the back including a "Paul Thompson: stamp. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 545 Lot of (3) Hall of Fame Umpire photographs c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Includes 5"x7" photo of Tom Connolly which has "Paul Thompson" stamp on the back; 6.5"x8.5" and 8"x10" photos of Connolly and Bill Klem which are each stamped "Underwood & Underwood." Varying degrees of wear throughout and (2) pieces have photographers mask applied. Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD-VG ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 546 Frank Chance and Ira Thomas photograph by Paul Thompson c.1913-14s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 7"x9" photo has a touch of light wear with very small tear on right edge. "Paul Thompson" stamp appears on back along with a handwritten identifier. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($300-$500) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 547 Christy Mathewson photograph by Charles Conlon c.1910s. Sepia toned photo has been trimmed around the image to approx. 7"x9.5" and mounted to larger heavy stock board (8.25"x11" at extremes). Pencil notation on the back identifies it as the work of Charles M. Conlon and this is a known Conlon image. Includes certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG-EX ($100-$300) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 548 Grover Cleveland Alexander photograph by Paul Thompson c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo has some mild general wear throughout and a minute tear on the lower edge. "Paul Thompson" stamp appears on back along (covered by Ring Magazine label) along with some handwritten notations and other markings. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($750-$1,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 549 Connie Mack photograph by Charles Conlon c.1910s-20s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" photo has a touch of light wear. "Conlon" last name signatures appears on back along with his handwritten identifier and a "1927" date stamp. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG/EX ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 550 Smoky Joe Wood photograph by Paul Thompson c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x10" image has "Paul Thompson" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Light/mild scattered wear. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG/EX ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 551 John J. McGraw photograph by Paul Thompson c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 4.75"x6.25" image has "Paul Thompson" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier and some additional markings. Light scattered wear with extreme upper left corner crease (resulting in a near separated small chip). Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: VG ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 552 Fine Rube Waddell photograph by Charles Conlon c.1900s (T206 and Turkey Red card image) (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x10" image is the same image used for both Waddell's T206 and Turkey Red cards. Light general wear is most pronounced on corners/edges and there is some discoloration and a few markings which were applied in preparation for publication. Conlan stamp appears on the back (this has been scribbled over) along with Conlon's handwritten identifier and a number of other marks/notations. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($1,500-$3,000) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 553 Mordecai Brown photograph by Paul Thompson c.1911 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 5"x7" image has faded "Paul Thompson" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifiers. Mild general wear throughout with some surface discoloration and an area of emulsion loss where photographers mask has been removed. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 554 Hal Chase photograph c.1906-08 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 4"x5.75" image has "Press Photo Co" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifiers/notations. Wear throughout includes surface soiling/discoloration, some creases/wrinkles, small chip to lower left, and larger to upper corner. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: FR/GD ($100-$200) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 555 Roger Bresnahan photograph c.1913 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6.5"x8.75" image has "International Film Service" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifiers. Mild general wear and photographers mask has been applied to the front in preparation for publication. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD/VG ($100-$300) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 556 Roger Bresnahan photograph by Charles Conlon c.1914 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x10" photo has light general wear with some chipping/missing pieces on right edge. "Charles M. Conlon" stamp appears on back along with his handwritten identifier. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD with note to description ($100-$300) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 557 Rube Marquard photograph by Paul Thompson c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 5"x7" image has "Paul Thompson" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Scattered light wear and one upper corner is separated from the balance but held in place from behind with tape. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 558 Bill Carrigan at Pat Moran at the World Series photograph c.1915 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x9.5" image has "Amer Press Assoc" mark on the back along with handwritten identifier. General wear includes chipping/loss to the edges. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD ($100-$200) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 559 Burleigh Grimes photograph c.1929 (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 6.5"x8.5" image has "Acme Newspictures" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifiers and a "1929" date stamp. Scattered mild wear includes some small chips and pinholes to edges/borders. There are pencil lines drawn at top and bottom in preparation for publication. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD/VG ($50-$100) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 560 Sam Crawford photograph by Charles Conlon c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 8"x9.75" photo has wear throughout with corner and edge chipping and small tears. "Charles M. Conlon" stamp appears on back (scribbled over in black) along with several other stamps/markings. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: FR/GD ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 561 Roger Bresnahan photograph by Paul Thompson c.1900s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 4"x5.75" image has "Paul Thompson" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Scattered mild wear includes a horizontal crease. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD/VG ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 562 Eddie Collins photograph c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned 4.75"x6.75" image has "N.Y. Sun" stamp on the back along with handwritten identifier. Hint of light wear. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: EX ($100-$300) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 563 Lot of (2) Willie Keeler photographs c.1900s (PSA/DNA Type I). Includes approx. 3.75"x4.5" image stamped "Paul Thompson" and 5.25"x8.5" photo with some non-descript notations on back. Tear to right edge of smaller piece is not overt when viewing, there is heavy wear to the other. Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: FR and GD ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 564 Lot of (4) Art Devlin photographs by Paul Thompson c.1910s (PSA/DNA Type I). Sepia toned photos ranging in size from 3"x4.5" to 4.5"x6.5" are each stamped "Paul Thompson" on the back. Light to mild scattered wear. Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: EX ($100-$300) Sold For Price
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See a Picture of this Item 565 Lot of (4) c.1910s Philadelphia Athletics photographs by Charles Conlon (PSA/DNA Type I). Nice selection of sepia toned approx. 8"x10" (one trimmed slightly smaller) photos with subjects incl. Ira Thomas, Danny Murphy, Jack Lapp, and Rube Oldring. Each has Conlon stamp and his handwritten identifier on back. Varying degrees of wear throughout. Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA graded "Type I" and certificate of provenance from Photo File: GD-VG ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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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 ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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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 ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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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-$400) Sold For Price
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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 ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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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 ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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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 ($200-$400) Sold For Price
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