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Old 06-01-2013, 01:40 PM
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Finally got this back from the slabbers, 30 days doesn't mean 30 days FYI, not even 30 business days, took more like 40 business days b4 they shipped, ugh.........but.....

per their registry this is the latest ticket from Ruth's playing days on record, none have been graded from the remaining 3 days Ruth played, so kinda cool.

Great article from Sports Illustrated about this game too:

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...ne/MAG1138666/
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Very nice specimen. They are often foxed or have cracking.

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I just added these two PM10 pinbacks of double no-hit pitchers:

Allie Reynolds pitched 2 no-hitters in 1951. On July 12, 1951 he no-hit the Cleveland Indians in Cleveland. On September 28, 1951 he no-hit the rival Bosox at NY

Jim Bunning threw a no-hitter and perfect game. On July 20, 1958 Bunning no-hit the Bosox at Boston. After changing leagues, Bunning pitched a perfect game against the NY Mets at Shea on Fathers Day- June 21, 1964.
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I just added these two PM10 pinbacks of double no-hit pitchers:

Allie Reynolds pitched 2 no-hitters in 1951. On July 12, 1951 he no-hit the Cleveland Indians in Cleveland. On September 28, 1951 he no-hit the rival Bosox at NY

Jim Bunning threw a no-hitter and perfect game. On July 20, 1958 Bunning no-hit the Bosox at Boston. After changing leagues, Bunning pitched a perfect game against the NY Mets at Shea on Fathers Day- June 21, 1964.
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Finally got this back from the slabbers, 30 days doesn't mean 30 days FYI, not even 30 business days, took more like 40 business days b4 they shipped, ugh.........but.....

per their registry this is the latest ticket from Ruth's playing days on record, none have been graded from the remaining 3 days Ruth played, so kinda cool.

Great article from Sports Illustrated about this game too:

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vau...ne/MAG1138666/
Not a big fan of PSA, but I like that they added the significance of the ticket stub to the slab. Congrats on the pickup.
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Not a big fan of PSA, but I like that they added the significance of the ticket stub to the slab. Congrats on the pickup.
Thanks all.......and.......I actually put it on the submission form to include, so glad they did. Otherwise my guess is they wouldn't have put that part on.

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Thanks all.......and.......I actually put it on the submission form to include, so glad they did. Otherwise my guess is they wouldn't have put that part on.
I'm glad PSA is amenable to that kind of thing.
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Brooks Lawrence was a pitching coach in the 80s for a relative of mine. Great photo!
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Picked up set of Awesome Red Sox/Jimmy Fund license plates, circa 2006. This one sold, but I get to keep one too.
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Got another Rickey Henderson bat from 2001, his road to 3,000 hits. Top one is the newest addition.
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Numbers 789 and 790 in my Baseball magazine supplements (m113 & m114) collection...
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Man Doug, I thought you had them all by now...?
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Adam that's a very cool photo of Sugar Ray. I have been tempted to venture into boxing photos as there are some a maxing shots from that era. I love the action shots when the flash captures the sweat flying and cigar smoke in the air. Unfortunately I can barely afford my baseball photo habbit
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Man Doug, I thought you had them all by now...?
Laughing. Nope Lance, it's the never ending quest.

I still need :
5 of the 1957 large sized posters (17.5 X 20)
13 of the player M113s
13 of the team M113s
44 of the player M114s with a non-DC address
10 of the player M114s with a DC address
14 of the team M114s

Those counts of course assume that everything in the catalog actually exists, and don't allow for unlisted ones (of which there are many).

I posted in the BST about my ongoing search, but have had minimal responses :
http://www.net54baseball.com/showthread.php?t=156561


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This fits nowhere in my collection, but he was always my favorite wrestler. I may give it to a friend of mine who is a huge wrestling fan.
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Tuohey and his pals arrived today, courtesy of REA

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Numbers 789 and 790 in my Baseball magazine supplements (m113 & m114) collection...
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Just curious, how many supplements are in the m113 & m114 collection total?

Wow, what a project!
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Adam that's a very cool photo of Sugar Ray. I have been tempted to venture into boxing photos as there are some a maxing shots from that era. I love the action shots when the flash captures the sweat flying and cigar smoke in the air. Unfortunately I can barely afford my baseball photo habbit
Boxing photos can still be had at a very reasonable price considering the caliber of fighters you can find. I happen to prefer studio portraits and fighter-issued promotional photos. None of these cost me much:

HOFer Ezzard Charles:



Pre-1926 Gene Tunney promo:



George Foreman and Ken Norton doing their best "Superfly" in the 1970s:



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Odd item, couldn't resist.

The train menu for the Cards for what I assume was the train back from New York, down 2-0 to the Yankees of Ruth & Gehrig.

Perhaps Grover Cleveland Alexander or Frankie Frisch ordered the $1.50 Sirloin Steak & Eggs in hopes of getting back into the Series, which was not to be. There would be no train ride back to New York as they were swept 4 straight.
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I picked up a nice item today for my advanced Johnny Vander Meer collection.

Here is a game used 1938 NL (Ford Frick) ball that was pitched by Vander Meer and fouled into the stands at Cincinnati Reds' Crosley Field. The patron inscribed the ball, but did not note the actual game day. The ball had been stored in a closet away from light for virtually the entire time since 1938.

BTW, the central focus of my Vander Meer collection is the year 1938, so this is a pickup that's obviously right in my wheelhouse.

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Doug,
Just curious, how many supplements are in the m113 & m114 collection total?

Wow, what a project!
Good question Scott, I don't know. I think the catalog lists 695 of them. I'm at 791, but I still show myself needing 117.

I'm betting there are close to 1,000 of them.


On a separate subject, but still a June pickup, I received possibly my best ebay score ever in the mail a few minutes ago.

$13.49 for a (well) scored program from Koufax's first no-hitter.

It's great when sellers don't know what they have.

Woohoo!
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Good question Scott, I don't know. I think the catalog lists 695 of them. I'm at 791, but I still show myself needing 117.

I'm betting there are close to 1,000 of them.


On a separate subject, but still a June pickup, I received possibly my best ebay score ever in the mail a few minutes ago.

$13.49 for a (well) scored program from Koufax's first no-hitter.

It's great when sellers don't know what they have.

Woohoo!
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Thanks Doug! Wow, what a project!
That Koufax 1st no-hitter program is a dandy for the price. Congrats!
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Doug and Scott,
Both fantastic pick ups.

My newest pics of Lou.

1938 AS game with Dimaggio scoring





1938 Lou on Rawhide movie set.

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Nice pick up Paul. Beautiful shape too!
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I picked up this ring at Steiner today. I was blown away by the tour and I was able to personally meet Brandon Steiner too! What a nice guy!

The whole staff was great! This World Series ring is in unusually good condition. It has a real diamond and the proper vintage markings and engravings inside the ring.

This is the last world series that Lou Gehrig played in. The following year he played in a handful of games before ending his career.

The ring belonged to an executive of the team, George Weiss, who is in the Baseball Hall of Fame.
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Huge 1930 Kansas City Blues Goetz Beer Advertising calendar. 20"x 30" Never seen one similar.
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Default 1920 Boston Americans Shareholder document

Thought this was a neat one, and I simply couldnt resist!

Document is an alphabetical list of stockholders for the Boston American League Baseball club dated 11/27/1920. It was put together by the Corporation Trust Company who is now known as Wolters Kluwer. There is some handwriting on the document but mostly typing... what is cool about it is that it has the names and addresses of 5 owners (Namely Hary Frazee) along with the amount of common and preferred stock they held in the team...I thought it was particularly cool as it was a year end document that was put together in the very year Ruth was sold by Frazee to the yanks...

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Harry H. Frazee
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Mary E. Lampert
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I have had a pretty good month picking up original photos for my collection. I am VERY happy to finally have an original copy of the 1949 Stengel. It has long been one of my favorite images. The others are Joe Cronin 1935, Kiki Cuyler 1929, 1925 Pirates with Traynor, Cuyler, Moor, and Carey, Goslin, and Cuyler once again. The final two are Bain photos of NY Giants Owner John Brush (1911) who is responsible for the cancellation of the 1904 World Series, and John Baxter Barbour, Jr. (1914) who was the President of the Pittsburgh Rebels of the Federal League.
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1920-30 Earl Sheely game used bat
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Recently picked up these cool cufflinks to add to my Eagles collection. They are 14 K gold with diamonds on the wings and inside the football within its talons. They belonged to a former Philadelphia Eagles owner.
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Huge 1930 Kansas City Blues Goetz Beer Advertising calendar. 20"x 30" Never seen one similar.
Very cool...never seen it before...nice p/u congrats...what are the dimensions?
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Thanks, Carlton. It is 29" tall and 20" wide. I plan to get it framed and matted as there is some damage on the bottom of the calendar that I would like to mat out. When I saw it, it was one of those "have to have it" moments.
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Recently picked up these cool cufflinks to add to my Eagles collection. They are 14 K gold with diamonds on the wings and inside the football within its talons. They belonged to a former Philadelphia Eagles owner.
The cufflinks are incredible!!!Do you know which owners they were?
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This is literally a 'pick up'. I've been in Colorado for the last five weeks, running in the desert/mountains, and I've picked up a few arrowheads and Indian tools along the way. The other day I picked up a beautiful spear point right on the running trail, so started looking around and found a few other items. Took my brother with me the next day I found this tiny one inch long arrowhead, sitting in the dirt exactly as shown. Through a weird feature of my phone that I accidentally turned on, it took an 'inverse' pic an the same time, showing my brother and myself looking down at the find:
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The cufflinks are incredible!!!Do you know which owners they were?
Thanks Steve; yes, they belonged to Leonard Tose, who owned the team from 1969 or so until the early 80's.
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This is literally a 'pick up'. I've been in Colorado for the last five weeks, running in the desert/mountains, and I've picked up a few arrowheads and Indian tools along the way. The other day I picked up a beautiful spear point right on the running trail, so started looking around and found a few other items. Took my brother with me the next day I found this tiny one inch long arrowhead, sitting in the dirt exactly as shown. Through a weird feature of my phone that I accidentally turned on, it took an 'inverse' pic an the same time, showing my brother and myself looking down at the find:
Scott,

Beautiful find! This is another passion of mine, although I do not get to "hunt" as much as I used too... I used to be a Land Surveyor, but for me it was like getting paid to arrowhead hunt! So you can imagine I have quite a few. I really like the small bird points - the smaller the better - They are just so much harder to find. Its really sweet when the points are laying on top of the ground just screaming "pick me up!"

I've recently started taking my son (he is starting to figure out what exactly were looking for) and its been kinda dry... Well this past Monday I came home from work and my wife said "you better go see what your son has found" - so he comes running up and said "I found an arrowhead, a big one!" - Well lets see it? I followed him to the car and he searched & searched & I searched & searched to no avail... He was so disappointed, wife said it was a really nice one over two inches long and must have dropped it at one of the parking lots they were at during the day. Needless to say, he is now hooked - so perhaps it was not a bad thing he lost it

Would love to see a picture of the Spear Point you found...
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