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Early Baseball Memorabilia



Very Rare Circa 1934 die-cut cardboard store display advertising for Grape Nuts cereal featuring Hall of Fame St Louis Cardinals pitcher Dizzy Dean. This colorful in-store display features a likeness of Dean in a pitching pose. Lettered above Dean's image is the company's slogan "For Energy...Eat Grape-Nuts," while the bottom text reads "Boys! Girls! Get My Valuable Prizes Free! - Dizzy Dean." This is the rarer larger size die cut sign measures 20 inches wide by 40 inches tall. The bottom left portion of the sign exhibits some water damage/staining, but this sign would be excellent candidate for restoration, or displays very nicely as it is. The sign has been shrink wrapped with acid free materials to protect it, and it can be easily removed from the shrink wrap. Although it exhibits some condition issues at its lower left side, these rarer larger sized store displays do not come to market often, and this one has strong vibrant colors.
$800.00








Stunning 1910 Original Baseball Catcher Art housed in an impeccably crafted baseball themed frame.  This fantastic original ink drawing features a catcher wearing a spiderman style, pre-weld type mask, and is beautifully rendered.  The piece is signed by A.F. Fehr at its lower right side.  The frame measures 21 by 16.5 inches, and retains its original wavy glass.  The frame has etched in baseball themed decorations, including pennants at the bottom with Allentown and Butler in them, and pennants at the top with 1909 and 1910 in them.  Decorating the entirety of the frame are various etched baseball player decorations, depicting various baseball scenes, include a catcher, a player sliding into a base with a fielder about to field the throw, and much more.  This original piece of baseball art is a recent discovery from the Allentown, Pennsylvania area.  This antique piece of baseball art, with its equally attractive art and frame, would look fantastic in any collection.
$1000.00








Incredible grouping of 1923 Pennsylvania / Reading Railroad related Baseball items. The lot includes 12 pocket schedules, 2 baseball game broadsides, 2 other baseball related broadsides/advertisements, and an assortment of baseball game/team photos. The pocket baseball schedules are for each of the different divisions of the railroad, and all have one of 2 types of Spalding advertisements on back. Their is also a neat grouping of 14 photos mounted to canvas type pages and attached by rings. The front cover of the photos details the contents of the photos as May 19th Opening game between the General Office and General Stores teams of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad baseball league. There are photos of the 2 teams, pregame festivities, several photos of an unidentified dignitary signing a baseball, throwing out the first pitch, shaking hands, and giving a pregame speech. The pages the photos are mounted to measure 9 by 11 inches. The 2 baseball broadsides measure 13.5 by 11 (the one with red text) and 14 by 11 (black text). Just a fantastic collection, and would be a wonderful addition to either a baseball or railroad related collection.
$800.00






Circa 1910 Pan American Toy Company Baseball Board Game.  This very attractive game features a beautiful lithographic box lid, with a home plate scene.  The batter on the lid is wearing a jersey with Tigers across his chest.  The game includes a game board, numerous pieces, a scorer, and small lithographic dugout scene piece holder.  The game is in very nice condition, except for a portion of the apron on the bottom right side.  This is a seldom scene and very attractive early baseball board game.
$500.00





Stunning 1916 Dieges & Clust Made Figural Baseball Plaque.  This very well made plaque is a large piece measuring 21 inches tall by 15 inches wide.  The plaque has the ornate title at the top: "Barnstable County Agricultural Society High School Trophy 1916."  Below this is a fabulously detailed baseball batter measuring 5 inches tall, flanked by ornate leaf decorations.  At the bottom, is a decoration with the Dieges & Clust maker mark, that reads "Won by Yarmouth High School", followed by all of the players with positions noted.  The plaque has a thick period twine that runs through the top of the plaque, that is used to hang the plaque on its backside.  Truly a stunning early baseball figural plaque.
INV#0515
$700.00




1909 Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs Schedule Advertising Pocket Mirror with image of Charles Comiskey at its center.  This celluloid mirror has a diameter of 2.25 inches, and features the White Sox Home schedule on one half, and the Cubs home schedule on the other.  The mirror does have a small section of celluloid missing and has some areas of toning present, but despite its condition flaws it still has a great look.  Above the image of Comiskey, is advertising for the White Sox Buffet restaurant in Chicago.  A Frank Chance version of this pocket mirror also exists.  This over 100 year old piece of Chicago baseball memorabilia would look great in any collection.
$900.00




Beautiful Circa 1900 to 1910 Framed Everwear Hosiery Baseball and Golf Themed Advertising Sign.  This sign was discovered in the back of a frame (used as backing), and had its edges trimmed.  I have had the sign custom framed, in archival fashion, in a very attractive dark walnut frame.  The display shows a leaping baseball player on the left side, and a woman golfer about to tee off on the right side.  The sign features the name of a New York area clothing shop by the name of Weber & Heilbroner.  I have found the same Everwear Hosiery logo in assorted newspapers from the 1900 to 1910 period.  The frame measures 23 inches long by 15.75 inches wide.  A very attractive sports advertising piece.
$300.00


1916 BF2 Ferguson Bakery Honus Wagner Felt Mini Pennant.  These rare pennants were issued as premiums with the purchase of Ferguson Bakery Bread in 1916.  This one is in beautiful condition, with a strong photo and graphics.  The pennant measures 2 7/8 inches across the top and has a length of 5 5/8 inches.  A rare early piece of Pittsburgh Pirates memorabilia.
Sold.


Neat 1910 Dinner Invitation and Menu for event held for the President of the National League, Thomas P. Lynch, held by Ban Johnson and Aug Herrmann at the Hotel Linton in Cincinnati.  The invitation includes 2 baseball drawings on its cover, and one in the interior.  The invitation is a hard stock paper, and  measures 4.5 by 9 inches, folding open to 9 by 9 inches.  The interior features descriptions of the 12 course meal, with the main course being Duck Rouennaise.  A neat early piece of baseball ephemera.
$175.00


Circa 1900 New York Bloomer Girls Team Photograph Scorecard.  The scorecard measures 4 by 5.5 inches and features a team photo on the front, and an unscored scorecard page on its reverse.  The team refers to itself as the Champion Female Baseball Players of the World. 
$300.00



Circa 1910 Kern Trading & Oil Company Baseball team pennant.  This pennant measures 32 inches long without its tassels, and features bright yellow and blue colors.  The pennant features a very detailed baseball player at its left side.  The detail in the player is remarkable, down to the BB on his chest, and his fielders mitt.  Kern Trading & Oil Company was an oil company in California, and many of the oil companies fielded baseball teams.  The pennant does have many small mothholes present, and does have a mildly blunted pennant tip.  Despite these flaws, it is still is an attractive pennant.
$250.00


Circa 1910 Huge Oklahoma Baseball Graphic Pennant.  This pennant measures 42 inches long without its tassels, and has sewn lettering as well as a baseball player graphic at its left side.   The pennant does have many mothholes present and has area of felt loss at its middle bottom portion.  Despite its flaws, it is still a great early baseball pennant with vibrant blue and orange colors.
$300.00
 


Circa 1910 Baseball Player Motif Bretton Woods Pennant.  This attractive pennant features a blue felt swinging batter complete with his short billed cap.  The pennant has Bretton Woods in felt lettering, and "The Mount Pleasant" in cursive style embroidery.  The pennant features vibrant colors and measures 35 inches long without its tassels.
INV#0822
$150.00


1889 Yale University Baseball Association Season Ticket.  This ticket was signed by J.G  Rogers, president of the Baseball Association.  The ticket exhibits some staining on its reverse, but it is in very nice condition given its age.  A neat piece of 19th century baseball ephemera.
$150.00

1895 Yale versus Harvard Baseball Ticket.   Measures approx. 2 by 2 inches -  does have some paper adherence and scrapbook residue on its back.   $75
 

Circa 1890's 16 inch ring bat pencil case decorated with Milwaukee on barrel - believed to be associated with Milwaukee Brewers/Creams minor league baseball team of the 1890s era.  -  $140
 
The below items have all been sold.


1898 Cameo Pepsin Tommy Corcoran of Cincinnati Pinback.  The pin has very nice clarity, and is in nice condition with some mild foxing on the front, and some minor rusting on the pin edges on the reverse.  The pin retains its Whitehead & Hoag paper label and its pinback apparatus.  Very nice early Cameo Pepsin pin.
No Longer Available

1910 World Series Philadelphia Athletics Souvenir Program.  This program does not have any scoring pages, so I am unsure of what World Series game it was for.  The program features full photographs and short biographies of every Athletics player, as well as many advertisements including an AJ Reach advertisement on the back cover claiming: "The Reach Ball is the official ball in the World's Series".  The first page denotes the Athletics the Champions of the American League, and lists the roster.  This is a very rare program, and I have only see one recently auctioned by Heritage, which was in immaculate condition.  This copy has some condition issues, with vintage tape reinforcement in 2 areas of the brittle binding, and a small label affixed to the cover reading:  From the Books of AC Chadwick Jr.   Great early pieces of Philadelphia Athletics history.  SOLD


Circa 1890's 13 inch ring bat pencil/chalk case decorated with red ribbon.  The case retains its period ruler and chalk holder.  There is some splitting of the wood of the barrel end cap.  -  Sold.

1910 Philadelphia Athletics World Champions Metal Elephant Figural piece.  This little 2 inch long by just over 1 inch tall elephant has "Athletics 1910-11 Champions" on its side.  I am not sure if this little guy was intended to dangle from a pin, or be a stand alone figurine, but he has some weight to him.  SOLD

1934 Major League Baseball Players Barnstorming Philippines Tour Baseball Game Program.  This game featured Major League legends Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmy Fox, Charles Gehringer, and Connie Mack versus Manila players and the Philippines Olympic Baseball Team.  The cover has some chipping, but it is otherwise complete and in nice condition. 
SOLD

1930 Oversized Philadelphia Athletics versus Saint Louis Cardinals World Series Program.  This beautiful program features Connie Mack in the start motif on the cover.  This program is larger than most of the programs of the time period.  The front cover is mostly detached, but still present, and there is some mild tearing and paperloss in areas.  The program still displays very nicely, as the front cover has very vibrant color. 
SOLD


Circa 1900 Baseball Shaped Scorer Fob with its original leather strap.  The back of the fob features an enamel image of a Victorian woman.  Another example of this style fob has an enamel image of Napoleon Lajoie on it, so it is possible the woman is a famous actress of her day, etc.  The fob is in very nice condition, and is a very attractive piece.
Sold.


Ornately Decorated WWI US Army Infantry Stevedore Champion Baseball Team Trophy.  This beautiful trophy is 13 inches tall, and features engraving on each of its 4 panels, including the Stevedore baseball roster on one.  The trophy was awarded by the YMCA to US ARMY Co H Captain Robert Treton in 1918.   A great piece of baseball memorabilia and militaria.
INV#0250  Sold.

Exceedingly Rare 1902 Philadelphia Athletics Yearbook.  This yearbook was the first ever produced by the Philadelphia Athletics, and features the text: "Our Champions" inside a pennant, with "The Athletics Phila. 1902" below.  The cover also features a batter wearing the Athletics uniform, and a 10 cents price.  These graphics are embossed into the paper, and do not show well in my scans/photographs.  The yearbook measures 6 inches tall by 4 inches wide, and features photographs and biographies of the owners, Connie Mack, and all of the players.  I have only seen a couple of these surface over the years, and these are undoubtedly very scarce. 
Sold.





1914 Philadelphia Phillies Baker Bowl Ticket Stub.  This stub features William Baker's facsimile signature, who was the Phillies owner and President.  Baker bought the Phillies in 1913, and renamed the previously known Phillies National League Ballpark as the Baker Bowl in his own honor.   The ticket is in very nice condition with some moderate blunting of its corners, and there is evidence of scrapbook removal on its reverse.  Early Phillies tickets are scarce, and this one is a very nice example.  Sold



Spectacular Very Large 1923 Figural Baseball Trophy.  This very attractive trophy is topped with a very detailed baseball batter perched atop a baseball.  The trophy features 2 plaques, 1 of which has crossed bats and an American flag shield, with a wreath encircling the following in raised relief: Championship Trophy The Press Liberty League Season 1923.  The plaque on the lower level has Won By, with no further engraving.  The base is a solid wood, with brass colored metal pillars applied around the circumference.  The trophy has great size, measuring approximately 18 inches tall, with the player being 5.5 inches of that height, and the diameter of the wood base measures 9 inches.  There is no makers mark evident on this trophy, but I have seen similar examples made by Dieges & Clust.  The player's bat has a slight bend to it, which would should be an easy repair if the buyer should desire that.  This trophy photographs well, but is far more impressive in person and would make a great addition to any collection.
INV#0572
Sold.



Very Attractive 1920's Baseball Figural Bronze Trophy.  This great figural piece shows a player running in the field, or perhaps just finishing a throw.  This trophy measures about 6.5 inches tall and 4 inches wide.  There are no makers marks or engraving on the trophy, but the trophy was purchased with an award medal that dated to 1922, and it originated from a Baltimore area estate.  The trophy does have a repaired break at one ankle, but it was repaired well, and is very stable.  Great looking early baseball figural piece.
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Circa 1950's Philadelphia Phillies Usherette Beanie Style Cap.  This cap features Phillies in white across its red band, and features a red pom pom on its top.  This cap was likely worn by usherettes at Connie Mack Stadium, and is in beautiful condition.
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1910 Philadelphia Athletics Composite team photo Post Card.  This post card has face shots of every player on the elephant mascot, with the legendary Connie Mack riding on its back.  It has the roster listed at the bottom, and the card is copyrighted by the Sporty Postal Card Co of Newark NY.  The postcard has moderate to heavy creasing and rounded corners.  The postcard is postally unused and has a divided back.  Sold.


Cy Young Supporter Advertising Trade Card.   Measures 4.5 by 2.5 inches, and is missing some of its top right corner.  The back of the card has a list of player names and positions, as well as other notations.  Neat Cy Young piece.  Sold.


Beautiful 1880 Peck & Snyder Sporting Goods Bill of Sale / Receipt with great sporting goods graphics.  This attractive piece of letterhead has been custom framed in a very attractive fashion, with the frame measuring 14.5 inches by 12 inches.  The date on the letter is July 31, 1880, and their various types of sporting goods decorating the top and left side of the letter including a baseball, an early Catcher's mask, and bib front jersey.  Great looking early Peck & Snyder piece.
Sold.


Circa 1964 Philadelphia Phillies "Go Phillies Go" Megaphone.  This rare megaphone is made of hard plastic with a metal lip, and it still retains its original chain.  It is in perfect condition, and these don't come up for sale very often.
Sold


1942 Baseball Uniform WWII era Health Patch.  This patriotic patch is the type that adorned all Major League baseball jerseys during WWII.  This patch was recently discovered in a small collection of patches dating to the 1940's.  This patch is in very nice condition, and is a rare find.
Sold.



Beautiful 1877 Baseball Broadside from the Warsaw, New York area.  This great early baseball piece has been professionally framed, with black matting to really accentuate the color of this yellow papered broadside.  The broadside advertises a May 23, 1877 game between the Hornells and the Warsaws.  There is a light pencil notation at the lower left margin which reads: Played 7 innings.  Hornells 17 scores, Warsaws 10.  The framed dimensions of this piece are 23 inches tall by 21.5 inches wide.  A fantastic 19th century piece of baseball memorabilia.
Sold.


1914 or 1915 Chicago Cubs West Side Ball Park Ticket Stub.  This Cubs bears the facsimile signature of Charles H Thomas, who was the club owner/president in 1914 and 1915.  This ticket hails from a year or 2 before the Cubs moved from West Side Park to Wrigley Field (then called Weeghman Park).  The ticket is in very nice condition, with only minor amounts of paper loss on its back.  This rare Cubs ticket would be a fine addition to any Cubs or ticket collection.
Sold.

Very Attractive Circa 1920's Goldsmith Figural Baseball Trophy.  This attractive silver-plated trophy features a crossed bat and baseball finial, and features Crawford County League inscribed at its waist.  Engraved on a silverplate band encircling its base is Goldsmith Trophy.  This trophy is in nice condition, with minor loss to silver plating in areas, and measures just under 15 inches tall.
Sold.



1910 University of Pennsylvania versus Yale University Colorful Baseball Scorecard.  This is a fold open style scorecard and features Penn and Yale's lineups in the interior.  The cover features a brightly color graphic of  a Penn pitcher.  There is some mild paper loss on its back cover.  Neat early baseball scorecard.
Sold.


Circa 1930's Set of 11 Carved Dog Baseball Player Figurines.  The set features a pitcher, catcher, umpire, batter, and the full team worth of infielder and outfielder players.  The dog breeds vary, with representative breeds including a Scottish Terrier, a Dachshund, an English Bulldog, a Welsh Terrier, a Briard, and more.  They range in heights, but max out at 2.25 inches tall.  These little carved statues do not have any maker marks present, but are very well rendered carvings.  They all feature red striped socks representing one team, except the batter, wearing blue, and representing the opposing team.  The batter's bat is broken off, but this could be an easy repair if a new owner so wished.  Overall this is a beautiful set of folk art baseball carvings, perfect for the baseball collector or the dog enthusiast!
Sold.


Very Rare 1950 Philadelphia Phillies Team Composite Photo Pin Pinback.  This pin features the same player portraits as used in 1950 PM10 player pins.  This desirable pin hails from the magical season in which Whiz Kids won the pennant, eventually losing to the Yankees in the 1950 World Series.  The pin features 14 player portraits including Richie Ashburn, Robin Roberts, and Curt Simmons.  The front of the pin is in very nice condition, while the back exhibits some discoloration.  This very desirable and hard to find Phillies pinback would be a great addition to any collection.
Sold.


Spectacular 1943 Framed Letter and Photograph, both autographed by Athletics Legendary Manager Connie Mack.  Mack addressed this letter to a gentleman named Johnny, wishing him luck in the Army during WWII.  Johnny was evidently either a family member or family friend of Mack, as Mack talks about Johnny's mother in the letter.  He also discusses an upcoming 5 game series with the Yankees in the letter.  The letter is on blue decorated American Baseball Club of Philadelphia Letterhead, with the Elephant logo at the top.  The ink of the letter and both autographs exhibit a nice iron oxidized look.  The letter also mentions that Mack is sending Johnny an autographed photo, and Connie apologizes that it is so big!  The letter is signed in oxidized ink: To John, With Best Wishes, Connie Mack.  The photograph and letter are both neatly matted in a frame that probably dates to the period when Johnny received Mack's correspondence.  The photograph measures 8 by 10 inches and the matted portion of the letter measures 7 by 8 inches.  The overall dimensions of the frame are 22 inches tall by 12 inches wide.  Overall a fantastic Mack piece, with a spectacular look.  Comes with a full JSA Letter of Authenticity.
Sold.

1935 World Series Wrigley Field Program/Scorecard.  This Championship series pitted the Chicago Cubs versus the Detroit Tigers.  The interior features player photographs, etc, and the scorepage is unscored.  The program does feature foldmarks and some creasing.
Sold.

1906 Northwestern University versus the University of Notre Dame Baseball Broadside.  This attractive broadside features bold colors and measures 14 by 11 inches.  The broadside is advertising the first game of NWU's baseball season.  This broadside was recently discovered in storage in an old hardware store that was in operation from around 1900 to the 1940's, and shuttered since.  The broadside shows some age and toning as well as a chipped lower left corner, but is in nice condition, and would look fabulous framed.  A great relic for any Notre Dame or Northwestern alum.
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1905 Philadelphia Athletics Team Composite Type Photographic Premium in original turn of the century frame.  The piece contains 4 circular images of 4 players each, with a single image of Connie Mack at its top.  The bottom left circle of 4 players includes the pitching staff of Chief Bender, Rube Waddell, Eddie Plank, and Andy Coakley.  This piece is printed on a light stock paper, and is blank backed.  I cannot find another example of this piece and am unsure if it was issued as a newspaper premium, sold at the stadium, or issued in some other fashion.  The frame measures 12 inches tall by 11.5 inches wide.  The piece exhibits some age toning, moisture staining at its lower margin, and a minor break in the paper in one area, but still presents very nicely.  The 1905 Athletics were the American League Champions, and would lose the World Series to the New York Giants.  Overall a very rare and attractive Philadelphia Athletics photographic premium.
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1950 Philadelphia Phillies World Series Sterling Silver Press Pin.  This beautiful pin features a Martin Sterling mark on its back, and its front is attractively adorned with red enamel.  This pin would have been worn by press attending the Shibe Park home games in which the Whiz Kids battled the Yankees in games 1 and 2 of the 1950 World Series.  The pin is in excellent condition, with no noticeable flaws.
Sold.

Stunning Circa 1900 Bucknell University Baseball Girl Watercolor Style Print.  This large Bucknell display is housed in a modern professional quality frame with double matting, with the framed dimensions measuring 22 inches tall by 15 inches wide.  The print features a young lady wearing a turtleneck sweater in Bucknell's colors, while wearing a crescent padded glove and holding an early baseball bat.  A great early display for either a Bucknell grad or a baseball collector.
INV#0891
Sold.





Spectacular Very Large 1909 Pennsylvania Rail Road Baseball Champions Trophy with outstanding engraved baseball action scene.  This large trophy measures 11.75 inches tall, 12 inches wide at the handles, with an 8 inch opening to the top of the cup.  One side of the trophy has a beautiful engraved baseball scene, with a catcher and batter at the left side, with a baseball diamond spreading across the front of the trophy, and a pitcher in mid-windup at the other side.  The opposite side of the trophy has the following engraving:  P.R.R. Clerks, Base Ball League, Car Shops Champions, 1909.  The bottom of the trophy has Meriden Company and Rogers Bros. marks.  Just a great early trophy with a beautiful baseball engraving.
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Victorian Era Circa 1890's Baseball Player Bisque Doll.  This attractive bisque doll measures 4.5 inches tall, and features a metal pin in his right foot for attachment to some type of victorian display.  The doll has had its arms restrung, which are poseable.  The player is sporting a great early baseball uniform complete with pillbox cap.  This doll was discovered in an attic within a small wooden box which contained a baseball player, a Princeton football player, a Yale football player, and a boxer.  It is a mystery as to what the pin in their feet were for.  Some theories are that they were part of a music box, or part of some type of victorian game, or perhaps the pin just allowed them to be displayed in some type of victorian era stand.  The doll does exhibit some condition issues including mild paint chipping, mild discoloration, and most notably, damage to the feet with more severe damage to the left foot.  A doll restorer has assured me that the feet could easily be restored, but I have opted to leave them in their current state.  I have been unable to find another example of this well crafted bisque doll, and it will undoubtedly make an excellent condition to any baseball or bisque doll collection.
Sold.


1911 Philadelphia Athletics World Champion Stuffy McInnis Unused Notebook.  This notebook is part of a very rare series of notebooks put out to celebrate the Athletics 1911 World Championship.  The notebook has minor creasing and chipping, but is in overall very nice condition.
Sold.



Stunning 1910 Original Baseball Art entitled "Safe" housed in an impeccably crafted baseball themed frame.  This fantastic original ink drawing features a baseball player sliding headfirst to a base as the fielder just reels in the throw.  The piece is beautifully rendered and is signed by A.F. Fehr at its lower right side.  The frame measures 21 by 16.5 inches, and retains its original wavy glass.  The frame has etched in baseball themed decorations, including pennants at the bottom with an L and a M on them, and pennants at the top with 1908 and 1909 in them.  In the middle of the 08 and 09 pennants, are two etched baseball players holding a shield with an A on it.  Decorating the entirety of the frame are various etched baseball equipment decorations, including an early chest protector, catcher's mask, a crescent padded baseball glove, and more.  This original piece of baseball art is a recent discovery from the Allentown, Pennsylvania area.  This antique piece of baseball art, with its equally attractive art and frame, would look fantastic in any collection.
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1919 Aero Squadron Champion Baseball Team of Camp Morrison Virginia Photographic Tin or Celluloid display piece.  This beautiful piece measures 9.5 inches by 7 inches, and features a very detailed photograph printed on a hanging display made of either a metal like tin or celluloid.  the team features a young African American child mascot, and is posed with 2 ornately decorated Championship banners and a large loving cup trophy.  Beautiful WWI era baseball display piece.
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1931 World Series Philadelphia Athletics versus St Louis Cardinals Ticket.  This ticket was for game 5 at Shibe Park.  The ticket's coupon portion on the left side is still present, but has seperated from the main portion of the ticket.  The ticket has strong colors, and is in nice overall condition.
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1914 Shoeless Joe Jackson B18 Felt Blanket.  This early tobacco premium was issued 5 years before the infamous Black Sox scandal that would have Shoeless Joe banned from baseball.  This is the yellow pennant version of the B18, and shows Jackson as a member of the Cleveland Indians.  The blanket exhibits some mild overall fading, and fraying at its edges.  A great antique piece of memorabilia from the playing days of Shoeless Joe.
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Attractive Sterling on Bronze 1923 Fremont County Baseball Trophy.  This trophy has substantial weight, and measures just over 11 inches tall, and 8.5 inches wide at its handles.  The trophy features engraving on each side, with the front side reading:  First Place, Fremont County League, 1923, and the back side reading:  Presented to Concrete Baseball Team by R.J. Morse.  The trophy is marked on its base:  Silver Crest, Sterling Decorated Bronze.  This trophy has not been cleaned or polished in any fashion, as I will leave that up to its new owner.  This is a very attractive trophy, with ornate handles.
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Very Attractive 1914 Copper and Silver Plate Baseball Trophy.  The trophy is engraved: Postmaster's Cup Base Ball Contest Presented by Frank C Sites September, 7 1914.  Frank Sites was the Postmaster of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and the Postmaster's Cup was awarded to the winner of a baseball game between the mail carriers and mail sorters.  The bottom of the trophy has an Adelphi Silver Company mark.  The trophy is 10 inches tall, and 9 inches wide at the widest point of the handles.  The trophy is in beautiful condition, and has a phenomenal look.
Sold.
 


Circa 1920's Weidlich Brothers Bronze Toned Baseball Batter Figural Trophy.  This well made trophy features a right handed batter awaiting a pitch, and as is the case with all of the Weidlich trophies, is rendered in exceptional detail  The back of the trophy features the Weidlich Brothers WB makers mark.  This trophy measures 8.25 inches tall.  The base does not have an engraved award plaque present.  A great early Baseball Figural trophy.
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1914 Philadelphia Phillies versus Chicago Cubs Ticket Graded by PSA.  The ticket is for the June 20th 1914 game between the Phils and Cubs, with Chicago winning 5-4.  Grover Cleveland Alexander would pitch for the Phillies, being beaten out by Hippo Vaughn, behind homeruns by 3 Cubs; Vic Saier, Heinie Zimmerman, and Frank Schulte.  The ticket is in nice condition and is graded authentic by PSA.
Sold.