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Old 11-06-2017, 08:28 PM
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Default 90 Years since the greatest team ever, murderer’s row-1927 yankees- show your items

I’ll start with non other than the biggest Murderer of them all...Ruth. His “Eyes” by Charles Conlon PSA Type 1 photo.

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A trio of murderers


Fans leaving Yankee Stadium following the Yankees sweep of Pittsburgh in the 1927 World Series.


Babe Magnet Ruth & WAMPAS Babies of 1927 (later print)
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Babe Ruth signing autographs before an exhibition game in St. Paul in 1927 and a stub from the game.
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LG - 1927 Barnstorming with Ruth

LG - 1927 Hail the New HR King

LG - 1927 infield 8x10

LG - 1927 International Newspaper

LG - 1927 July 16 Snapshot vs Browns at bat

LG - 1927 Portrait scowl

LG - 1927 Lou with Christy Walsh Jr

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LG - 1927 Yanks team Snapshot

LG - 1927 Ruth Gehrig barnstorming snapshot

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I'm partial to the 1929 A's. but I'll bite...

Babe taking batting practice before the first ever game at Yankee Stadium.



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Having trouble formatting this. But great pic of Ruth knocked out that I just picked up from RMY.
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Gehrig just looked like a nice guy. The kind of guy you'd want to be your neighbor. Ruth kind of looked like a loud uncle.
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Greatest all-white team, ever.
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Great photos guys.

Especially:

David, love the trio and fans photos.

Mark, Love “the new hr king” , portrait and view batting.

Brenden... big bad Ruth fall go boom .. yikes!

Here is a unique one to go with my Ruth and Gehrig type 1 card collection(kind of got lucky here as I always liked it seeing in " a portrait of baseball photography" but found out it was used for a rando card after I bought it. 1927 .. Oct 12.
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Awesome stuff!

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Some great stuff posted.
Ben,
I love the one of the Ruth and Gehrig used for the Sando card.

Al,
That portrait is special. WOW
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Some great stuff posted.
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I love the one of the Ruth and Gehrig used for the Sando card.

Al,
That portrait is special. WOW
Thanks Mark I have always liked that one and the shot with Ruth next to Miller Huggins!
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Here are two 1927 Type 1 used for 2 other card images in my collection. They are both from the movie "Babe Comes Home"

PS: Not sure if his Candy truly helped him

Also... not going to lie.. I like looking at the photos more than the cards and the are MUCH RARER...just sayin'...



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That Ruth photo also used on this La Presse.
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I disagree with you saying that the 27 yankees where the greatest team to ever play and I would put the same era phila athletics up against those yankees any day.
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Here's a 1927 Mark Koenig payroll check. Got this one several years ago, but unfortunately missed out on a couple of others.
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I wish I had something from the '27 season. Closest I come is this Sanella from 1932. I think it's the cheapest career era Ruth card you can find. But I'm happy to have it in my collection.

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Great stuff, guys. Here's a photo of the stadium, with a 1927 stamping.
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Wish I had something connected to the '27 team. as a massive Yankees fan, I think it's a crime that I don't.

Love that Babe Comes Home Movie Poster

Speaking of Babe Comes Home, on the second page of this thread, I saw some pics of the filming of the movie & couldn't help that I saw a version of the Dodger logo. Was there a version of the logo already in existence or was this just created for the movie?

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Mike,
That "LA" is the logo of the Los Angeles Angels of the Pacific Coast League. The Angels were in LA up until the end of 1957 when the Dodgers came to town. If you look at the 1955-1957 Angels caps, the logo is almost exactly like the ones used by the current Dodgers. Only major difference is the serif on the top of the "A" is different. The Dodgers had to buy the Angels franchise in order to own the LA territory, so I guess the rights to the logo came with the purchase of the team.

Since The Babe Comes Home was filmed in Hollywood, they used Wrigley Field (the team was owned by the same Wrigley who owned the Cubs) and whatever Angels uniforms they had laying around.
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That "LA" is the logo of the Los Angeles Angels of the Pacific Coast League. The Angels were in LA up until the end of 1957 when the Dodgers came to town. If you look at the 1955-1957 Angels caps, the logo is almost exactly like the ones used by the current Dodgers. Only major difference is the serif on the top of the "A" is different. The Dodgers had to buy the Angels franchise in order to own the LA territory, so I guess the rights to the logo came with the purchase of the team.

Since The Babe Comes Home was filmed in Hollywood, they used Wrigley Field (the team was owned by the same Wrigley who owned the Cubs) and whatever Angels uniforms they had laying around.
Great info Gary, thanks! I now remember reading that there was a LA Angels team in the Pacific Coast League. Just didn't register till now, lol.

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