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Old 07-03-2019, 03:57 PM
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Let's see 'em! I'll start...another piece for my oddball A's collection. This is a Rob Nelson game used bat from 1986. Nelson was the guy who was supposed to be the big 1B prospect...until he got off to a slow start in '87 and they slid McGwire back over from third.
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Let's see 'em! I'll start...another piece for my oddball A's collection. This is a Rob Nelson game used bat from 1986. Nelson was the guy who was supposed to be the big 1B prospect...until he got off to a slow start in '87 and they slid McGwire back over from third.
So big a prospect he was using another dudeís bat?

BTW - JR Phillips was gonna ďreplaceĒ Will Clark, across the Bay.
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A K.C. Monarchs vs. House of David barnstorming ticket stub. It came in a lot of 1930s St. Paul Saints ticket stubs, so it could very well be from a game played at Lexington Park. So far, I've seen some references to them touring up here in 1934, but am still researching potential dates.
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Picked up this cool Jim Rice bat. I think it is a pro model? But with someone else's number on the knob; so maybe a teammate? Minor Leagues?

And, a picked up this EPIC ticket from a good friend of mine. I am very excited to put that in the baseball case.
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Old 07-05-2019, 08:51 PM
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Picked up this cool Jim Rice bat. I think it is a pro model? But with someone else's number on the knob; so maybe a teammate? Minor Leagues?

And, a picked up this EPIC ticket from a good friend of mine. I am very excited to put that in the baseball case.
Hey Sean,

Cooper bats were first used in the Majors in 1986. I check the Red Sox roster for Rice's remaining years. Spike Owen wore #5 in 1986, Brady Anderson and Randy Kutcher in 1988, and Kutcher again in 1989. You could look and see if any of those three had a history of using tape on bats. I actually thought Brady Anderson did some, but you would have to look into it. Here's a pic of him from 1988. Cool pick up and good luck!
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Old 07-06-2019, 09:53 AM
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My buddy said the same thing; he thought it might have been Anderson.
I basically picked it up because (relatively speaking) it was super cheap, and I think it is the pro model Jim Rice.
I briefly looked last night, and Brady did tape his bats, although I didn't see the same exact pattern.
Something to do some research on for sure, when I get some time!
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This is an invitation to a dinner which honored Chuck Dressen. It was during the 1924 season, in which the St. Paul Saints won the Junior World Series. They even added a little poem to taunt the Minneapolis Millers
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Picked up a number of fun smalls at the flea market this weekend. The mini-pennants are made by Keezer, the Astros bobblehead still has to be cleaned up, the Hoag card appears to be something from hobby icon Frank Nagy (maybe it doubles as a business card?).
The Salada coins include three HOFers and are in amazing condition, the golf painting is from 1946, the track spikes are very early, and that's the first Danny O'Connell store bat I can remember seeing. The basketball photo is a semi-pro team featuring college All-American Barry Kramer of NYU.

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So big a prospect he was using another dudeís bat?

BTW - JR Phillips was gonna ďreplaceĒ Will Clark, across the Bay.
I remember JR Phillips! But yeah...I assume Nelson had his own bats by '87 when he made the team out of ST...but this is from his Sept. '86 callup.
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Mail Day - Action photo of Red Kleinow - 1904-1910, NY Highlander catcher, wearing a 1906 black away uniform......
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I have been after this for a good five or six years.
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I had a rare afternoon off today; so I decided to drive down to the local indoor flea market/antique mall. Once, I scored an AWESOME UMaine baseball jersey, so I am always hopeful.

As I was browsing, I came across a box of old photos and RPPCs in the back of one of the booths. I happened to notice a baseball cap in the back, so I picked it up and started looking. And came up with GOLD!!!

1) I think it is a Brooklyn Dodgers player (don't know who?).
2) Same player, but now I believe that is Jackie in the background!
3) West Point RPPC.
4) Some kind of WWII plane.
5) This one looked like nothing, but was in with the WWII plane. Check out the inscription on the back!!! Is that the same Jimmie Doolittle who raided Tokyo?!?!?!
6) Some kind of gunslinger outlaw dude RPPC! I know, not sports, but the planes/outlaw guy just looked cool, so I thought I would share.
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Old 07-12-2019, 08:00 PM
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Dodger is Gil Hodges. Doolittle is likely the same one.
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Congratulations, Bob! That is an outstanding example of “A Fan for a Fan” Cobb. One of the best pieces of ballpark memorabilia in existence, IMO. Add that to your Mathewson Tuxedo box and you’ve had an incredible last few weeks!

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First west coast game ever played.

Also the infamous 86 WS Game 6 stub.
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Tiger World Series Tickets. The 84 is a full ticket I believe.

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Just got these back from PSA. This is the first baseball game that I attended. My Mom and Dad took me for my 9th birthday. Both of them passed away 5 months apart recently and I dug these up and sent them to PSA. The cool thing is the seats are 16-17-18 in a row. They both were avid supporters of the hobby and I miss them dearly. My Dad was 94 and went to the National with me in Chicago a couple of years ago and attended the net54 banquet while we were there.327CB4CD-FB7F-4249-8057-EBFD663F5903.jpg
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Congratulations Bob! That one's been a long time coming and must feel good to check off the want list
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Old 07-14-2019, 08:13 PM
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I had a rare afternoon off today; so I decided to drive down to the local indoor flea market/antique mall. Once, I scored an AWESOME UMaine baseball jersey, so I am always hopeful.

As I was browsing, I came across a box of old photos and RPPCs in the back of one of the booths. I happened to notice a baseball cap in the back, so I picked it up and started looking. And came up with GOLD!!!

1) I think it is a Brooklyn Dodgers player (don't know who?).
2) Same player, but now I believe that is Jackie in the background!
3) West Point RPPC.
4) Some kind of WWII plane.
5) This one looked like nothing, but was in with the WWII plane. Check out the inscription on the back!!! Is that the same Jimmie Doolittle who raided Tokyo?!?!?!
6) Some kind of gunslinger outlaw dude RPPC! I know, not sports, but the planes/outlaw guy just looked cool, so I thought I would share.



The Brooklyn Dodgers player front and center in your snapshots is Gil Hodges. Can't say who the background player is.

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Its unusual for me to come across something from the 71 Pirates that I haven't seen before. Thanks to icollectDCsports for contacting me about this item. I appreciate the assist. Although it's not quite as beautiful as Bob's Cobb fan I am thrilled to add this ceramic bank to my collection.
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Thank yo all for your nice comments.

One thing I have never understood about pieces like the Cobb Fan for A Fan is why these go for so little compared to the T206ís? The Cobb fan is far far rarer than any of the T206 cards? There are probably less than 10 known copies of the Cobb Fan yet it sells for just a fraction comparatively? I know I am biased to the memorabilia but this makes no sense to me personally.
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Mike - that thing is so ugly, itís beautiful

Bob - totally agree. Thatís why Iím happy to be on the memorabilia side!
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Thanks Rob that comment is an apt description of my entire collection
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Thanks Rob that comment is an apt description of my entire collection
We are kindred spirits. I get excited over ugly stuff, too. Did you see my plywood ďtrainerís boxĒ?
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Thank yo all for your nice comments.

One thing I have never understood about pieces like the Cobb Fan for A Fan is why these go for so little compared to the T206ís? The Cobb fan is far far rarer than any of the T206 cards? There are probably less than 10 known copies of the Cobb Fan yet it sells for just a fraction comparatively? I know I am biased to the memorabilia but this makes no sense to me personally.
It makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. The fan (congrats, btw) is so much more aesthetically beautiful and substantial than any card. And about 100 times rarer.

I think it can simply be explained by the fact that many more people collect cards than Memorabilia. Canít imagine any other reason than the sheer number of collectors vying for these things. I keep thinking that Memorabilia will soon surpass cards, in terms of value/desirability... but have thought that way for over 20 years. So Iím pretty sure it ainít happening in our lifetimes. Good thing for us!
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I had a rare afternoon off today; so I decided to drive down to the local indoor flea market/antique mall. Once, I scored an AWESOME UMaine baseball jersey, so I am always hopeful.

As I was browsing, I came across a box of old photos and RPPCs in the back of one of the booths. I happened to notice a baseball cap in the back, so I picked it up and started looking. And came up with GOLD!!!

1) I think it is a Brooklyn Dodgers player (don't know who?).
2) Same player, but now I believe that is Jackie in the background!
3) West Point RPPC.
4) Some kind of WWII plane.
5) This one looked like nothing, but was in with the WWII plane. Check out the inscription on the back!!! Is that the same Jimmie Doolittle who raided Tokyo?!?!?!
6) Some kind of gunslinger outlaw dude RPPC! I know, not sports, but the planes/outlaw guy just looked cool, so I thought I would share.
Player behind Gil Hodges may be Duke Snider...........
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1950's Hutch bat and MacGregor glove that a family friend was getting rid of.
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Slowly migrating into collecting hockey. Very excited to add this one to the collection circa 1975-76 Ken Dryden game used stick. Stick has a blade crack, and a date 5/1/76 notated on the shaft. Potentially the date that the lucky fan recieved this treasure?

Very excited about the addition
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Slowly migrating into collecting hockey. Very excited to add this one to the collection circa 1975-76 Ken Dryden game used stick. Stick has a blade crack, and a date 5/1/76 notated on the shaft. Potentially the date that the lucky fan recieved this treasure?

Very excited about the addition
Great pick up.
When you say there is a date notated on the shaft....
Do you mean its handwritten?
Or is it an ink stamp?
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Being a collector and living at the beach, I got this snapshot of Babe Ruth and Duke Kahanamoku at Waikiki Beach included in a trade. In addition to Babe and Duke, note the guy holding a paddle like a bat.
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Newest addition: 1938 Ray Berres Pittsburgh Pirates game used jersey
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Great pickups everyone! This has been a pretty good month so far.
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Beautiful jersey
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Never have a problem picking up a framed display piece for less than what it would cost for the custom frame.

1929 EARLY AMERICAN BASEBALL ENGRAVING
Pencil signed by R. Varin and based on Currier and Ives lithograph (The American National Game of Baseball). 150 copies were made
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WOW!!! That is one of the prettiest vintage flannels I have ever seen. Fantastic pick-up!
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Picked up this little 48 World Series plaque.
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Very nice! How big is it?
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Old 07-19-2019, 01:32 PM
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Beautiful jersey
I agree! Love the color scheme!
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Old 07-19-2019, 07:33 PM
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Very nice! How big is it?
Itís about 6Ē in diameter
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Old 07-20-2019, 10:37 AM
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Mike Trotnic- Great Pick up, you have a knack for finding these items
Mike Knapp - I love the glove and it is in the perfect collection
MRozi21 - that jersey is awesome, I wish I had the room to display jersey's


What a great month for collecting!
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Old 07-20-2019, 03:09 PM
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New addition to m my advertising collection.
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Old 07-20-2019, 04:44 PM
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Oh, that is just AWESOME!
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Old 07-21-2019, 10:20 AM
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Itís been a long time since my last flea market find. Picked up this 1950s Sam Mele game used bat this morning at the Flea Market!
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Old 07-21-2019, 11:28 AM
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Newest addition: 1938 Ray Berres Pittsburgh Pirates game used jersey
Update - you know you have too much stuff when you forget that you ha e a pair of 1938 Pirates pants to match up to the jersey!
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Old 07-21-2019, 01:14 PM
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Itís been a long time since my last flea market find. Picked up this 1950s Sam Mele game used bat this morning at the Flea Market!
Excellent find. You saved it from obscurity/ oblivion.
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Old 07-21-2019, 01:15 PM
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Update - you know you have too much stuff when you forget that you ha e a pair of 1938 Pirates pants to match up to the jersey!
Wow. How did you find the pants?
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Old 07-21-2019, 01:27 PM
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Default 1941 Briggs Stadium baseball...

I picked up this old OAL Reach baseball from a local antiques dealer. The inscription reads, "Briggs Stadium, May 4, 1941, Foul ball by Priddy of the Yankees, Tigers vs. NY Yankees, 7th foul ball hit by him that day."

I looked up the box score and the date matches up. The Tigers won 10-1 with Bobo Newsom getting the win. Joe DiMaggio hit a double and started his 56 game streak 11 days later.
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Old 07-21-2019, 01:29 PM
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Wow. How did you find the pants?
I thought the pants were from 1940, I had bought them 21 years ago
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