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Back Items For The Auction of February 23rd and 24th, 2001  
  Lot Number Item Description Est. Price Range Sold For Price
  1101 Lot of (8) miniature Phila. Phillies related pennants c.1940-60's. Includes some rare variations, sizes range from 7" to 12": Range VG-NM ($150.00-$200.00) $120.00
See a Picture of this Item 1102 Fightin Phillies pennant c.1950's: EX ($75.00-$100.00) $20.00
  1103 Lot of (2) Phila. Phillies pennants c.1950's: "Fightin Phillies" and Phillies w/baserunner sliding at left: Range EX-EX/MT ($100.00-$140.00) $60.00
See a Picture of this Item 1104 Phila. Phillies pennant c.1940's. Rare color variation of this Quaker logo pennant: EX ($150.00-$200.00) $80.00
  1105 Identical to Lot #1104 only lettering and graphics are all white: EX ($125.00-$150.00) $80.00
  1106 Lot of (3) Phila. Phillies pennants c.1960's: Includes 1964 NL Champions phantom pennant (red w/white lettering and graphics) and (2) typical 1960's pennants with hat and star graphics (one white, one red background): Range VG-EX/MT ($140.00-$160.00) $110.00
See a Picture of this Item 1107 Rare Phila. Phillies pennant c.1940's. Powder blue with yellow trim pennant featuring blue jay logo: EX ($175.00-$275.00) $100.00
See a Picture of this Item 1108 Phila. Phillies pennant c.1940's. Purple pennant with white graphics and lettering, 23" long: EX ($150.00-$200.00) $125.00
  1109 Phila. Phillies pennant c.1940's. Identical to Lot #1108 only red with white trim, also has been trimmed down slightly: VG ($75.00-$100.00) $20.00
See a Picture of this Item 1110 1950 Phila. Phillies NL Champions pennant: EX-MT ($125.00-$175.00) $45.00
See a Picture of this Item 1111 Phila. Phillies "Fightin Phillies" pennant c.1950's. Unusual black background with multicolor decoration version: VG-EX ($150.00-$200.00) $35.00
See a Picture of this Item 1112 Phila. Phillies pennant c.1940's. Full size red pennant with batter graphics: EX-EX/MT ($150.00-$200.00) $40.00
  1113 Lot of (3) vintage baseball pennants: 1960's Phillies pennant, 1954 Little League World Series pennant, and 1979 Pitt. Pirates W.Champs pennant: Range VG-EX/MT ($25.00-$45.00) $30.00
  1114 Lot of misc. baseball items to include: (2) mini souvenir bats, Brooks Robinson sing. sgd. ball, Spalding baseman's mitt c.1940's, Official League ball shaped tin bank, and a repro. large format sepia tone baseball team photo after 1900 team photo: Range GD-EX/MT ($40.00-$60.00) $30.00
  1115 Lot of (4) vintage sports pieces: Joe Louis color tinted photo, Parker Bros. "Football, Baseball, and Checkers" board game, Ballantine Beer NY Yankees partial cardboard adv. sign, and Babe Ruth pencil illust. print: Range GD-EX ($50.00-$75.00) $20.00
See a Picture of this Item 1115A Lot of two Phila. Athletics items from the collection of Harry Krause. Great pair of vintage A's team items from the former Athletic Harry Krause to include: 1910 Phila A's team cabinet photograph, 7 1/4" x 91/4", image of the champion A's by Wm. Jennings (stamped on front and back): EX. Also includes 9 3/4" min. bat with hand stenciled lettering, "World Champions 1911" and "Baker's Home Run Bat." Also has two applied decals of Connie Mack and Harry Krause with paint decor: VG-EX ($2,000.00-$3,000.00) DNS
See a Picture of this Item 1116 Significant group of (3) July 24, 1911 Addie Joss Day panoramic photographs. Incredible Cleveland area estate discovery of a framed display consisting of three panoramic views taken during the Addie Joss Day All-Star benefit game played in Cleveland between the Cleveland Naps and an assembled group of All-Star players with proceeds going to the widow of the stricken Cleveland pitcher. The top image pictures Cleveland in the field taken from right field vantage point with Cy Young on the mound in full wind up and Joe Jackson clearly visible in right field. The batter is left handed and appears to be Tris Speaker as he was first in the All-Star batting line-up and the scoreboard indicates no outs, strikes, or balls. Second image depicts Cleveland once again in the field and is taken from behind home plate during the top of the fourth inning. Pictures Cy Young on the mound after retiring a player in Phila. A's uniform as they walk back from first base (Could only be either Frank Baker or Eddie Collins). Approaching the on deck circle is either Ty Cobb or Sam Crawford (Only two All-Star players wearing dark hats). Poignant view of the American flag flying at half mast in center field with scoreboard in left field clearly visible showing the score to be 3-1 in favor of the All-Star team (Starting pitchers Young and Wood also clearly visible on scoreboard). Bottom image shows fans exiting onto the field heading for the marked exit gates in the outfield fence which provides a wonderful glimpse into baseball practices during the first quarter of the 20th century. Final score of 5-3 in favor of the All-Star team is faintly visible in the ninth inning slot on the scoreboard. Each image measures 8"x33" and have been adhered at the edges to a large period mount and then have a triple view orig. matting on front giving an overall framed size of 27"x36" in its' original gothic style decorative frame. Images exhibit very little wear with only a few small areas of edge chipping not visible under matting. To our knowledge this is the first set of game action images to be offered relating to this legendary game and given the rarity of Addie Joss Day related materials are certainly among the finest pieces that have been offered to date: EX-MT ($10,000.00-$15,000.00) $32,000.00
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