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Early Football Tickets and Schedules


1944 Steelers-Cardinals "Card-Pitt" vs. Cleveland Rams WWII era Football Ticket.  This ticket is from the one year merger between the Chicago Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers.  This merger was done due to manpower shortage caused by WWII.  The ticket has a small amount of paper adhered to its left side, as well as a small piece on its reverse.  A very attractive and very rare ticket.
$250.00


1894 Hampden Park Bloodbath Harvard versus Yale Football Ticket.  The Harvard Yale Football rivalry dates back to 1874, but it nearly ended after this 1894 matchup, which was played at a neutral site, Hampden Park in Springfield Massachusetts.  During the game, 7 players left with severe injuries, earning the game the moniker, the Hampden Park Bloodbath.  The following are some of violence the game exhibited:  Frank Hinkey has been alleged to have broken the collarbone of a Harvard player following a fair catch.  Yale tackle Fred Murphy broke the nose of Harvard's Bob Hallowell during an official's conference; in turn, Murphy absorbed a hard hit later in the contest that hospitalized him.  Also after the game, fans had violent interactions outside the park.  The violence and injuries, led to a two year hiatus of the Yale Harvard rivalry, and almost lead to Harvard abolishing the sport altogether.  The ticket exhibits a fair amount of creasing, but still has nice eye appeal.  A very rare ticket from the violent early days of the gridiron.
$250.00


1943 Phil-Pitt Steagles vs. Washington Redskins WWII era Football Ticket.  This ticket is from the only one year merger between the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers, forming the "Steagles".  This merger was done due to manpower shortage caused by WWII.  The ticket does feature tape stains on each end, but otherwise is in very presentable condition.  Steagles tickets are very scarce.
Sold.


1903 University of Pennsylvania Football Pocket Schedule.  The schedule measures approximately 4 by 2.5 inches, .  The schedule features a schedule on one side, and Penn graphics and ticket pricing information on the opposite.  The schedule has the scores very neatly noted in period ink.
$125.00



Beautiful 1899 University of Pennsylvania Pocket Football Schedule with legendary Penn player T. Truxton Hare pictured on its front.  This great schedule measures 3.5 by 2.5 inches, and has a small area of paper loss on the back page.  A great 19th century U of P football ephemera.
$225.00


1906 Carlisle Indians versus Harvard Football Ticket Stub.  The ticket features scrapbook removal induced paperloss on its reverse, but overall is a very attractive ticket.  $250.00


1896 Massachusetts area Whitman Athletic Club vs. Campellos Championship Football Ticket.  This ticket is likely for a Massachusetts state championship.  Both the Whitman AC and the Campellos competed against and beat Boston College during the 1896 season.  A superb early football ticket with clothing advertising on its reverse.
$100.00

1899 Carlisle Indians versus U of Penn Football Ticket stub played at Franklin Field.  This is another historic Carlisle Indians stub, dating to Pop Warner's first season at the Carlisle Indian School.  It was also a huge victory for the school, representing the first win in the school's history over one of the big four of college football.   Ticket has some creasing present. 
$275.00


1915 University of Minnesota versus University of Chicago Football Ticket Stub.  This ticket is for the North Stand of Northrop field.  The ticket exhibits some light creasing, but is in otherwise nice condition for its age.
$150.00


1906 Carlisle Indians versus University of Pennsylvania Football Ticket.  Carlisle would win this game versus Penn at Franklin Field 24 to 6.  The Indians had introduced the earliest incarnation of the single-wingback formation in this season, and scored the 2nd most points that season in college football.  The score and year of the game has been noted in period pencil on the ticket, and the ticket is in overall very nice condition.
INV#1047
$250.00


Circa 1940 Los Angeles Bulldogs of the Pacific Coast Football League Ticket Stub.  Tickets from the Pacific Coast Football league are not very easy to find.  This one has slight paper loss on its reverse, but still is in nice condition.
Sold.


1942 WWII Brooklyn Dodgers of the NFL versus All-Army Team Football game Ticket.  This game was an exhibition game played in Baltimore for the purpose of fundraising for the Army.  The Army team would beat the Dodgers 13 to 7.  There is a stamp on the ticket's back reading Distributed by USO to Service Men.  Great WWII era football ticket.
$80.00

1907 Harvard versus Brown football ticket stub.  $25

1919 Philadelphia area Professional Football Ticket for a game between the Camden Parkside AC and the Philadelphia Paschall AC.  Both of the teams were powerhouse professional football teams in the Philadelphia region who competed with the best teams in the area such as Holmesburg and the Conshohocken AC.  Rare early ticket.
$40.00
 

1899 Penn versus Lafayette Football ticket stub.  $40
The below tickets have all been sold.

1907 Carlisle Indians versus Harvard Football Ticket Stub.  This ticket is from Jim Thorpe's first year on the Carlisle Indians football team.  This ticket also represents a monumental win for the Carlisle Indians as it was its first win against any of the Big 3 of College Football (Harvard, Yale, Princeton).  Ticket displays beautifully with crisp colors and print.  It does have the score written on it, and some moderate paper loss on the back.   SOLD

1902 Princeton versus Yale Football ticket.  Yale won 12-5.  SOLD

1901 Penn versus Cornell Football Ticket Stub.  Cornell won 23-6.  Sold.

1900 Univ of Penn versus Cornell Football ticket.  Penn shut out Cornell 27-0.   Sold.

1904 Brown versus Dartmouth football ticket.  Sold.

1906 Harvard versus Dartmouth football ticket.  Beautiful colors/graphics.  Sold.

1899 U of Penn versus Harvard Football ticket.  Harvard shutout Penn 16-0.  Sold. 


Scarce 1926 AFL Philadelphia Quakers versus Chicago Bulls full football ticket.  The AFL was a competing league with the NFL, and only existed for the 1926 season.  The AFL was brought about by Red Grange and his agent C.C. Pyle desiring their own team, and after negotiations failed with the NFL, they started their own new league.  Grange played for the New York Yankees, who would join the NFL the following year.  This ticket is for the opening game of the season between the Quakers and Bulls.  The Quakers were packed with former NFL talent, including many Frankford Yellowjackets and Canton Bulldogs.  The back of the ticket advertises their next game against Wilson's All-California team, which was also known as the Los Angeles Wildcats.  These 1926 AFL tickets are beyond rare, and this one is a beauty.
SOLD

1899 Yale versus Harvard  Football Ticket.  Yale and Harvard battled to a 0-0 tie in this game.  This is a very early ticket from this great football rivalry.  The ticket has the score marked, as well as a name and some very minor back paper loss.  This ticket was acquired with a ticket order form and soldier field diagram for sale separately lower on this page.  SOLD


1932 Portsmouth Spartans versus Chicago Bears Early NFL Football ticket.  This game was a home game for the Spartans, and was played at Universal Stadium.  The ticket is in nice condition, with a tiny are of paper loss at the lower right corner, and a small piece of tape adhered to the right margin.  The back of the ticket has the score of a 7-7 tied noted in pencil.  The Bears and Spartans would finish the 1932 season tied for first place, and three weeks after this tie game, the two teams squared off in the NFL's first ever playoff game, with the Bears winning and becoming the 1932 champions.  Great early NFL ticket.
Sold

1894 Yale versus Princeton Football Ticket.  This was an important game that won Yale the Intercollegiate football championship of 1894 with this 26-0 victory over Princeton and finished off their perfect 16-0 record.  Sold.

1934 Chicago Bears versus Pacific Coast All Americans Exhibition Football Game Ticket.  This ticket comes with a photocopy of the program for the same game.  The game was sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, and the Pacific Coast All Americans were a team organized by Ernie Nevers.  The Bears roster included legends Red Grange, Bronko Nagurski, and coach George Halas, and the Pacific Coast squad was headlined by QB Johnny Blood McNally.   SOLD

1900 Univ of Penn versus Cornell Football ticket.  Penn shut out Cornell 27-0.  Sold.


1934 Philadelphia Eagles versus Boston Redskins Football Ticket.  This game was played at Phillies Ball Park, which was also called the Baker Bowl.  The ticket is in beautiful condition, with a portion of the word Complimentary stamped on both sides.
No Longer Available.

1907 Harvard versus Yale Football Ticket.  Early ticket from this great football rivalry.  The ticket has the score marked, as well as some other writing, and some very minor back paper loss.  SOLD


1902 University of Pennsylvania Football Pocket Schedule.  The schedule measures approximately 4.5 by 3 inches, and features a blank back (with some scrapbook residue).  The schedule features very colofrul Penn graphics, and has advertising for J.F. Gray Athletic Goods, which as the schedule states, was the headquarters for A.G. Spalding & Bros.  The schedule has the scores very neatly noted in period ink.
Sold.

Interesting 1899 Yale-Harvard Football Game Yale Undergraduate Ticket Application Envelope / Order Form with accompanying diagram of Harvard's Soldiers Field.  I can't imagine many of these survived. Sold.

1913 Carlisle Indians versus Dartmouth College Football Game Side Line Pass.  The Pop Warner coached Carlisle squad was a powerhouse in 1913, racking up a 10-1-1 record.  They would win this game, played at the Polo Grounds, over Dartmouth 35 to 10.  This unusually shaped pass measures 3.75 inches tall (excluding its twine hanger) by a little over 3 inches wide.  I wonder who was granted this side line pass?  A great early ticket from one of Carlisle's better seasons.
$250.00 (On Hold)


1905 University of Pennsylvania Football Pocket Schedule.  The schedule measures approximately 4 by 2.5 inches, .  The schedule features a schedule on one side, and Penn graphics and ticket pricing information on the opposite.  There is some minor paperloss on the side with the Penn flag graphic.  The schedule has the scores very neatly noted in period pencil.
Sold.


1919 University of Texas Football Schedule Ink Blotter.  This attractive early schedule features an image of football Captain Doc Graves.  The schedule measures 5 by 8 inches, and is blank backed.  The schedule has a few areas of red ink on its front side, while the back is clean.  Rare early piece of University of Texas Longhorns memorabilia.
Sold.


1927 University of Michigan versus University of Minnesota Football Ticket.  The ticket comes from the estate of player Ray Baer, and his last name has been written in pencil on its reverse.  Possibly this was a ticket that Baer gave to family members to attend the game.  The ticket is nice condition, but does have a couple of very light creases in the upper right corner.  A nice early college football ticket. 
Sold.


1931 University of Michigan versus Ohio State University  Football Ticket.  The ticket is nice condition with strong colors, but does have a light crease.  A nice early college football ticket. 
Sold


1901 University of Pennsylvania Football Pocket Schedule.  The schedule measures approximately 4.5 by 2.5 inches, and features a blank back with a period ink notation, mentioning an additional game against Navy at Annapolis which was not on the schedule..  The schedule features advertising for J.F. Gray Athletic Goods, which as the schedule states, was the headquarters for A.G. Spalding & Bros.  The schedule has the scores very neatly noted in period ink.
Sold.


1904 University of Pennsylvania Football Pocket Schedule.  The schedule measures approximately 4 by 2.5 inches, .  The schedule features a schedule on one side, and Penn graphics and ticket pricing information on the opposite.  There is some minor paperloss on the side with the Penn flag graphic.  The schedule has the scores very neatly noted in period ink.
Sold.
 

1929 University of Michigan versus Ohio State University Football Ticket.  The ticket is nice condition with a fantastic wolverine graphic on its front, but does have a some mild paper loss on its reverse.  A nice early college football ticket. 
Sold.


1914 University of Michigan versus Harvard University Football Ticket.  The ticket is for an October 31, 1914 game.  The ticket is in very strong condition with strong color, and no paperloss or creases.  A great early Michigan football ticket.
Sold.