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Old 09-04-2019, 02:33 PM
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Default September Pick Ups

September has started well for me. I'm certain I'm the only collector in the world who is thrilled by original photos of Murtaugh, Tavares, Clines and thier ilk. Nonetheless, I picked up this nice grouping and couldn't be happier. Thanks for indulging me.
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1971 Pirates Ticket Quest:
75 of 153 regular season stubs (49%), 14 of 14 1971 ALCS, NLCS , and World Series stubs (100%)

If you have any 1971 Pirate regular season game stubs (home or away games) please let me know what have!

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Old 09-04-2019, 05:33 PM
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Won this http://loveofthegameauctions.com/Spe...-LOT19242.aspx

Cool scorecard with Federal League scores, etc. Also happens to be the day George "Iron" Davis throws a no-hitter for the Miracle Braves during their September run. It was 1 of his only 7 career wins!

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Won this http://loveofthegameauctions.com/Spe...-LOT19242.aspx

Cool scorecard with Federal League scores, etc. Also happens to be the day George "Iron" Davis throws a no-hitter for the Miracle Braves during their September run. It was 1 of his only 7 career wins!
Wow, that's a great pickup at that price! Nice!
Here is a nice example of Iron Davis's autograph.
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Very cool, Scott! As a fellow Buffalonian, I had to have it. If only Warren Spahn's memorabilia wasn't so expensive (comparatively).
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Very cool, Scott! As a fellow Buffalonian, I had to have it. If only Warren Spahn's memorabilia wasn't so expensive (comparatively).
Iron Davis's autograph is pretty rare, but I will let you know if I see one come available in the hobby.
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I usually don’t post my pick-ups, but I love this one. I actually got it in Chicago early last month and I am just posting now.

It is the original mock-up of the 1919 World Champion Cincinnati Reds players used for the 1920 Spalding National League guide. They are all type 1 Charles Conlon photos. I seem to have an aversion to larger items and I had to make an exception for this one. It is 20” x 13.5”.
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With thanks to Huggins & Scott, I received a few more m114s to bring my total up to 1036. The Mantle is the third different pose that I am aware of in the set.

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Won this http://loveofthegameauctions.com/Spe...-LOT19242.aspx

Cool scorecard with Federal League scores, etc. Also happens to be the day George "Iron" Davis throws a no-hitter for the Miracle Braves during their September run. It was 1 of his only 7 career wins!
Super nice Federal League!
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Was getting a bit tired of cards, so venturing into tickets:-D
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I'm certain I'm the only collector in the world who is thrilled by original photos of Murtaugh, Tavares, Clines and thier ilk.
I raced through your very impressive collection related to the 1971 Pirates. However, I didn't see (might've skipped over it) any focus on the 1 September game, which will surely (IMO) be remembered longer than any other occurrence during that season, with the possible exception of the Bucs winning the WS.
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I raced through your very impressive collection related to the 1971 Pirates. However, I didn't see (might've skipped over it) any focus on the 1 September game, which will surely (IMO) be remembered longer than any other occurrence during that season, with the possible exception of the Bucs winning the WS.
Just looked up that game. I’m missing its significance.
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Old 09-10-2019, 06:08 PM
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The Pirates started an all Black lineup, the first in MLB history. I do not follow baseball, but I remember this being mentioned on this site before, probably by 71buc. That lineup, which took the field on September 1, was Rennie Stennett, Gene Clines, Roberto Clemente, Willie Stargell, Manny Sanguillén, Dave Cash, Al Oliver, Jackie Hernández, and Dock Ellis.
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Thanks for the kind words. On page 3 after Al Oliver you will find this scored program to the game. The ticket stub is one of the most desired yet elusive items on my want list. However, I have to believe that the program is much more rare. There were 11278 in attendance I doubt even a third of them purchased a program and scored the game.
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:27 AM
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My first "Kreindler". Thanks Mike (& Graig).

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Old 09-11-2019, 12:06 PM
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Nice painting even if it is a Yankee
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Thanks Mike. Not a Yanks fan either but Graig's work supersedes all loyalties in my book.

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Just looked up that game. I’m missing its significance.
That game was the first ever started by a lineup comprised of nine players of color.

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I usually don’t post my pick-ups, but I love this one. I actually got it in Chicago early last month and I am just posting now.

It is the original mock-up of the 1919 World Champion Cincinnati Reds players used for the 1920 Spalding National League guide. They are all type 1 Charles Conlon photos. I seem to have an aversion to larger items and I had to make an exception for this one. It is 20” x 13.5”.
This is really cool. Love it.
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I have been expanding into game used hockey a little bit. Very excited to add this 1999 game of my boyhood idol Patrick Roy to the collection. Special thAnks to Mike Kaminsky for the fair price and exceptional service.
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This is really cool. Love it.
Thanks Ben! I almost missed it. I probably walked past it three times without seeing it throughout the day. I caught a glimpse of it as I was heading toward the door. I am happy that I zigged instead of zagged down another aisle.
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I have been expanding into game used hockey a little bit. Very excited to add this 1999 game of my boyhood idol Patrick Roy to the collection. Special thAnks to Mike Kaminsky for the fair price and exceptional service.
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Old 09-14-2019, 11:41 PM
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1972 Steve Blass J Roy Stockton Award for Outstanding Achievement in Baseball award presented to Steve Blass of the Pirates for his work 1971 World Series.
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Added two more small bronzes to my 'collection' (each is about the size of a Goudey card but quite heavy); also French:

This one is by Rene Baudichon




This one by Andre Mery:


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Those are very cool Adam
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Been looking for a Yaz bat for a while; STOKED to finally add one to my bat collection.
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I recently picked up this great twine wound handle 1860s bat from a board member. The bat is either white pine or willow and is 39.5 inches long. Super condition.
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WOW Gary...Love that bat!!!!!!!
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Sean/Fred/Gary = GREAT stuff!!
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Great pickups all!

I love this. Interesting 1929 letter w great content about this guy trying to make Mr. McGraw's squad.

Wish I knew who "Eddie" was. any idea?
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Glad I was able to pluck this beauty off of the internet for cheap. Also picked up a Al Dark 1950s professional model Adirondack bat.
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Been looking for one of these for a while, finally picked up a 1960s Mr Met Soaky from Matt’s (MGHPro) Antique Store in Pt Pleasant Beach, NJ. Thanks again Matt

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This 1971 Orioles ALCS and World Series parking pass was a gift from Mark70z. Thanks again for the kind gesture!
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I have a buddy who collects Soakys. He has hundreds.

He also collects SF Giants...Dennis the Menace...Hamm's beer...Tom & Jerry...civil war...Smokey the Bear. Dude's got a problem.
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I have a buddy who collects Soakys. He has hundreds.

He also collects SF Giants...Dennis the Menace...Hamm's beer...Tom & Jerry...civil war...Smokey the Bear. Dude's got a problem.
Like we are all sooo normal in our collecting pursuits
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Those bronze boxing pieces are incredible!
Here are my estate sale/flea market pickups from this weekend -- the poster boards were made to hang at a summer camp in the 70s.

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Very cool Greg I love stuff like that.
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Old 09-25-2019, 08:18 AM
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Picked up one of John Sterling's scorecards from a Yankees broadcast. Never seen one of these before:



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Old 09-25-2019, 01:35 PM
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Picked up this really cool piece (circa 1924) for my Maine collection. I have only ever seen one other certificate, and that was in the Maine History archives. But I know nothing about old stock certificates, so I have no idea if it is really rare or not.

Worumbo was a wool mill in Maine, most famous for producing the "keystone cops" uniforms of the New York City police department, and other high end fashions. And apparently, their baseball team was good enough to make the National Semi-Pro baseball tournament twice. Eddie Waitkus played for them before he was shot by the stalker lady.

Does anyone know anything more about these?
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"Those bronze boxing pieces are incredible!"

Thanks. One more to close the month; this one is 100 mm tall and is an amateur boxing award by A. Deudonne, ca. 1945-1950.

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Love the Royal Match ball, the scorecard and the stock certificate!
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Here's a recent pick up I received this past week...a c1950 Motorcycle helmet...made in France by Geno...but the Moving Martian caricature decal likely indicates it was used for racing over here...








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Old 09-29-2019, 09:46 AM
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Love the motorcycle helmet. This is my $2 flea market find from this morning.
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Old 09-29-2019, 08:43 PM
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Picked up this cigarette case today at a flea market....still has the cloth bag it came in. Would appreciate any help in finding more information about it and possible value. Thanks anyone!
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Old 09-30-2019, 12:53 PM
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Picked up this cigarette case today at a flea market....still has the cloth bag it came in. Would appreciate any help in finding more information about it and possible value. Thanks anyone!
Here's a link to a 2016 auction. One like this sold along with a different style case and an ashtray all for arount 160.00 (including buyers premium).
https://www.hakes.com/Auction/ItemDe...E-PAIR-ASHTRAY
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Also found one that sold at auction in 2015 by itself for 30 bucks.
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