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Old 08-24-2012, 07:52 PM
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Only one of these I've ever seen or heard of.
Clint,
You know I could give that pin a good home!
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This is most likely his first adventure into the world of finance. The account was opened 11/12/47 with a deposit of 25 cents and a dozen more within 6 months ranging from 5 cents to $3.90.
The Dizzy/Cardinals pin looks great!
I love this Dennis ..love me some pre-rookie sigs!
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Old 08-24-2012, 08:40 PM
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Clint,
You know I could give that pin a good home!
Al, I'm sure you would. This is one of those sell as a last resort pieces.

Dennis, thanks for the compliment.

Love the pennant Mike and that Munson jersey is incredible.
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How can a guy compete with Munson game jerseys and the rest of the stuff posted here? That Cubs pennant is killer as is everything else that has been posted.

I have shown this before but the only one of a kind item I have (except for the two others I sold 20+ years ago which I am sure are cut up now) is a 1954 Cubs spring training sign up sheet that is signed by the whole team. The players had to sign this to receive their weekly meal money. Included on this sheet is a rookie Ernie Banks and some guy named Kiner.

I obtained this from the files of the former team traveling secretary Bob Lewis when his files were tossed back in the early 80's.

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I've posted this a number of times here at the Net 54, but I think it deserves a place in this thread... a check Casey Stengel wrote October 12, 1961, two days after the expansion draft in which the players who would comprise the inaugural 1962 Mets were selected, and six months before the Mets would play their very first game. It's also got a reference to "N.Y. Mets" in Casey's very own hand! Unfortunately the "N.Y. Mets" part is affected by bank cancellation holes, but it's still a pretty neat item, and it's got to be one of the earliest Stengel/Mets pieces out there.

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Just for you . I posted this before Only one that I know of Munsons 1977 World Series Jersey used in game 2,5,6 of the 77 series game 6 was the Jackson 3 HR game. Photo matched by one of our board members Brock L Thanks Brock !
I remember that day Al. Brock found those photos and between the two of you, you guys photo matched your jersey! Now Al... how about coughing up a Gehrig photo? I'm sick, Al. I need a fix. Please Al, sell me a Gehrig photo...PLEASE AL... I GOTTA HAVE ONE!!

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This is most likely his first adventure into the world of finance. The account was opened 11/12/47 with a deposit of 25 cents and a dozen more within 6 months ranging from 5 cents to $3.90.
The Dizzy/Cardinals pin looks great!
I just love this kind of piece, Dennis! Kenny could have been a great one.

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How can a guy compete with Munson game jerseys and the rest of the stuff posted here? That Cubs pennant is killer as is everything else that has been posted.

I have shown this before but the only one of a kind item I have (except for the two others I sold 20+ years ago which I am sure are cut up now) is a 1954 Cubs spring training sign up sheet that is signed by the whole team. The players had to sign this to receive their weekly meal money. Included on this sheet is a rookie Ernie Banks and some guy named Kiner.

I obtained this from the files of the former team traveling secretary Bob Lewis when his files were tossed back in the early 80's.

What a sweet "Ernest" Banks Rookie Year Signature! And Andrew, this isn't the Registry. No competition here, especially on one of a kind items!

These two photos come from the Christy Walsh Family. Walsh pioneered the Sports Agent and Business Manager Services for Professional Athletes.

He was also a cartoonist and hand lettered both the 1927 & 1928 World Series Promotional Photos that he used in his self-published Autobiography entitled "Adios to Ghost" which documented his 20 year run heading up the Christy Walsh Syndicate, which paired great Ballplayers, and Managers up with popular scribes of the day to write their column commenting on each year's World Series games.

And the bonus here is the cool Ruth cartoon that Walsh penned as a gift to a Col. Stanley Grogan.


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[quote=thekingofclout;1029956]I remember that day Al. Brock found those photos and between the two of you, you guys photo matched your jersey! Now Al... how about coughing up a Gehrig photo? I'm sick, Al. I need a fix. Please Al, sell me a Gehrig photo...PLEASE AL... I GOTTA HAVE ONE!!

Jimmy,
A little medicine for you so you can sleep tonight!
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I posted this up on the main board about a week ago but some might have missed this. A good friend of my older son who he played some college ball with caught Jeters 250th H.R. Ball. Pat a very nice kid was asked if he would give up the ball to Derek as he wanted it . Pat said no problem and was rewarded with some very nice items . As you can see one was a game used signed Bat and a bunch of other nice things. Pat said Derek was just a pleasure to talk to! What a fun night for him! I guess that would fall into a one of a kind!
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Default Great thread Jimmy

One of my all time favorites.

Picture is 1929 Penn State Blue band at Yankee Stadium 1929.
It is signed by a bunch of guys we all know and love. Signatures are a little difficult to see in pictures, but I think you can get a decent view.
I have no idea when exactly it was signed, but obviously some were added later, like Berra, Durocher and Dimaggio.











The story for why the Penn state band is at Yankee Stadium is explained in the 2 pictures below. They are excerpts from the book about the Big Blue Band.





The glass broke when we moved and I was waiting for the basement to be finished for me to replace it.

Great stuff everyone.
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I posted this up on the main board about a week ago but some might have missed this. A good friend of my older son who he played some college ball with caught Jeters 250th H.R. Ball. Pat a very nice kid was asked if he would give up the ball to Derek as he wanted it . Pat said no problem and was rewarded with some very nice items . As you can see one was a game used signed Bat and a bunch of other nice things. Pat said Derek was just a pleasure to talk to! What a fun night for him! I guess that would fall into a one of a kind!
Geez!!
Look at that HUGE killer Derek Jeter autograph on that game used bat!

That is an awesome moment and a great trophy for Pat!
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