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Old 03-18-2017, 03:10 PM
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Harvard's Jarvis field 1860s baseball scene from George K. Warren's studio. Must have been a pop up as it looks like the catcher has his hands open and staring straight up in the air. For photo pick ups I wish I had a scanner because my cell phone pic of another pic doesnt do it justice.
Very interesting and unusual...they seem to have on street clothes...pretty dressy street clothes at that...
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Alameda Point got rained out so they had a roll over show last Sunday...I hit it and like most roll over shows it was weak...but I did find this Tom Hyer vs Yankee Sullivan boxing print. Though the mat looked newer the frame seemed c1930 and I sensed it was real. The fight took place in 1849 but the print was a supplement of the New York Illustrated Times for February 9, 1884...Today I finally got time to take it out of the frame to find out if it was original...Yes it is original...but trimmed...so hurts value...It's actually an important work in that the fight was considered the first American Championship Fight...and took place in Maryland...Plus it's got other cool aspects in that some of the faces in the crowd are numbered and there is are legends flanking the title giving the names...The layout of the title and other text underneath are classic and it's a great example of an early American sporting print...which were pretty much all inspired by the English sporting prints. My favorite things about this print that had me was that it's American...and the advertising text inside the art work that states "Presented by the New York Illustrated Times the leading and best Sporting Journal in America 15 Murray Street New York"...So it falls within the advertising genera...

The whole print thing is so full of nuances that unless you're a print specialist and know what you're doing you can easily get burned...which I'm not but I took a chance and came out ok...I'll keep it till I get one that's not trimmed...

Feeling like I was missing out on the Sacramento fair I finished up Alameda and peeled out for the hour and forty five miles to Sacramento...stopping on the way for a quick run thru the Concord flea...and some street food a torta Cubana and corn bowl...

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...Got to the Sac flea around 1:00PM which is ridiculous...nevertheless I made another little find...a c1950's Lucky Lager advertising sign with golfers...missing the easel on the back so I know it wasn't a trolley car sign...So not a bad day...


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This has been a banner year already, First, Cy Young's perfecto next day newspaper article and now the last pre-WWII perfecto article I needed and perhaps one of the best perfecto's thrown in MLB.
Congrats Jim!
That's a nice collection of perfect game newspaper clippings that you have assembled.
Do you also have the perfect game articles from the 1880's?
Those are tough...
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Old 03-19-2017, 05:43 AM
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Easily the ugliest piece in my collection, but one of my faves: Lou Brissie's protective leg cover when he pitched in the majors. For those of you who don't know his amazing story, he nearly got his leg blown off in WWII, yet came back to pitch in the majors with his leg MacGyvered back together.
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Carlton, I always love your pick up posts and photos. It makes me feel like I'm at the flea market with you.

Mike, I too have never seen that score fob before, great pick up!
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Nothing I love better than looking through the pick-ups thread and seeing all these pictures of kittens before the month's even through

(in my best Bob Barker voice) Remember folks, have your pets spayed or neutered.
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Very happy to add this large Photo of the AL Champ Cleveland Indians, from the Oct 14 1920 NY Times Pictorial Magazine. The magazine is approximately 11x16, and the Tribe photo takes up a whole page. Unassuming issue with actress Ina Claire on the cover, but the insides have some great Chicago Blacksox and Cleveland Indians WS content.

This makes 2 pickups related to the 1920 WS in the last two weeks, my best streak by far! The other pickup can be found here:

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The magazine is intact, but the pages are loose, so I was able to open to this photo and fold the remaining pages back behind it without further damage.

That's just a shadow in the bottom of the photo.
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Just got a few tickets left on my back deck by Mr. Postman

1956 World Series Game 5 Don Larsen perfect game Signed. by Paul Herbener, on Flickr

1977 World Series game 6 Reggie Jackson 3 HR's signed. by Paul Herbener, on Flickr

1975 World Series game 6 Fisk Home Run. by Paul Herbener, on Flickr
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I really like that Reggie Jackson ticket
The whole concept of a player autographing a ticket to a special game is just so cool to me. The idea of collecting the ticket itself is neat enough, but then to add the player's autograph...something about it I just love.

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Carlton love the boxing picture! super neat.

Was able to get this Ruth Type I
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Love that Ruth A.J. ! Thanks for the love on those tickets guys!
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Although technically not from the ball park itself, this is just too cool a sign to have passed on.

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Although technically not from the ball park itself, this is just too cool a sign to have passed on.

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Another great pickup, Dave!

Q: what software do you use to create the graphics you post here?
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Thanks...The graphics are done in PowerPoint and then simply saved as a jpeg files so they can be posted here.

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great stuff so far everyone! Here's my sweet pick-up for the month:

c1911 Press Photo of Ray Schalk in his Milwaukee uniform!
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I think this 1894 Colgate season ticket is kinda cool. It is has a schedule/scorecard on the reverse.

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The one, the only, the odd... Babe Ruth "the bird is the word" 1921 type 1 photo used for his 1922, American Caramel e121 card.

Ruth was releasing carrier pigeons to relay the score of the Cleveland/New York series from September 26, alongside Charles Fabrizo, the owner of the pigeons.

Sooo... Babe's..."the bird bird bird.. the bird is the word" rings true on this one.
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Dave,
Have you been to The National Baseball Park Museum in Denver?
I had a chance to visit it last week when I was in Denver on business.
Unbelievably cool museum. I thought of you when I walked through it.
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Dave-any truth to dating these based on the number on the jacket? Thanks for any info you might have.
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Default Koufax and Harvey Haddix pickups

Well, March has really been a fertile month for pickups.
I just completed the purchase of another hobby friends' 30 year collection.
Lots of cool stuff that I am still sorting through right now.
Here are two cool Koufax and Bob Gibson items that also came by way of my friend Phil Paul:

The first piece is a circa 1962 signature of Sandy Koufax on stationary from the Hotel Roosevelt in NYC.
It's quite possible that this was signed by Sandy upon his 1st return to NYC after the westward migration of the Dodgers from Brooklyn in 1958 to play the new expansion NY Mets franchise in '62. The Dodgers did stay at the Hotel Roosevelt when playing the Mets. 'Tis a dandy signature, for sure...

The second piece is a beautifully scored scorebook to Bob Gibson's 20th win in his spectacular 1968 season (1.12 ERA!!) This game also allowed Gibson to pass Sandy Koufax on the single season shutout list.
In this game Gibson got his 13th SHUTOUT in the '68 season, passing Sandy's record of 12 shutouts.

Ironically, Sandy Koufax worked this game as a broadcaster for NBC and beautifully signed the front of this scorebook.

Finally, from my collection purchase, I was able to find a second ticket stub to the exceedingly tough Harvey Haddix game in which he pitched 12 innings of perfect ball against the hometown Milwaukee Braves before ultimately losing the contest. Many would consider this to be the greatest pitching performance ever...
Very few of these ticket stubs are out there in the hobby. Perhaps less than 6 of these are known to exist...

Enjoy!

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Dave-any truth to dating these based on the number on the jacket? Thanks for any info you might have.
I have no first hand knowledge for the Braves, but I do know for other clubs, the # on the badge, cap or jacket referred to an assigned employee number. That being said, a lower number would indicate someone hired before a someone who would be given a higher number.

I'm not sure you could date the jackets by the number on the logo alone, but I would love to hear how this theory (you can date the jacket by the number) is explained in an objective manner.

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Have you been to The National Baseball Park Museum in Denver?
I had a chance to visit it last week when I was in Denver on business.
Unbelievably cool museum. I thought of you when I walked through it.
Have yet to get out there, but I correspond with Bruce on a pretty regular basis based on our shared interest in ball parks. He has a some incredible stuff and we have traded items back and forth for a while. Great Guy for sure.

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Have you been to The National Baseball Park Museum in Denver?
I had a chance to visit it last week when I was in Denver on business.
Unbelievably cool museum. I thought of you when I walked through it.
Bruce who owns and operates it is a class act. I've bought and sold many stadium items to him and the museum over the years.

He's definitely extremely passionate about the game!
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Have yet to get out there, but I correspond with Bruce on a pretty regular basis based on our shared interest in ball parks. He has a some incredible stuff and we have traded items back and forth for a while. Great Guy for sure.

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I had a chance to speak to Bruce for about 20 minutes.
Busy day at the museum as he was permanently installing a vintage Shibe Park turnstile. I agree that he is a great guy.

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I picked up the attached photo in the RMY auction. On the back it said "1986 baseball special pg 3 & pg 10" I found the 1986 Sporting News Baseball special and sure enough its on pg 3 & 10. What fun
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I picked up the attached photo in the RMY auction. On the back it said "1986 baseball special pg 3 & pg 10" I found the 1986 Sporting News Baseball special and sure enough its on pg 3 & 10. What fun
Great pickup Sandy! I would love to see your collection all scanned. You should upload them all to say.. a george brett type 1 photo fan page on facebook for free!
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It's hard to "compete" with Dave, Scott and/or the Brett collector, but here's something I found and was thrilled to get for CHEAP!

This is a work shirt, freshly laundered 58 years ago and wrapped with a Giants 1959 home schedule, produced by Magic Seal of Denver, CO.
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It's hard to "compete" with Dave, Scott and/or the Brett collector, but here's something I found and was thrilled to get for CHEAP!

This is a work shirt, freshly laundered 58 years ago and wrapped with a Giants 1959 home schedule, produced by Magic Seal of Denver, CO.
Now that's cool! How is it after 58 years that the shirt was never unwrapped.
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Hank Aaron signed Don wingfield Type 1 photo. Now i just gotta find out what year this was taken. Has to be after 1957 based on the patch

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Now that's cool! How is it after 58 years that the shirt was never unwrapped.
Probably not as unusual as you might think. I just ran across a bunch of Boy Scout shirts wrapped the same exact way from at least the 1940-50s era...of course the wrap didn't include a cool baseball schedule on it. I think there are a lot of homes out there filled with stuff like this. Unfortunately a lot of it gets thrown away.
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It's hard to "compete" with Dave, Scott and/or the Brett collector, but here's something I found and was thrilled to get for CHEAP!

This is a work shirt, freshly laundered 58 years ago and wrapped with a Giants 1959 home schedule, produced by Magic Seal of Denver, CO.
Nice one, Rob! I've never seen a schedule presented like this.
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I suspect it won’t be too long before this artifact requires a bit of explanation. For the fan that carries their ticket on a smart phone or a printed out receipt that is simply scanned, it may be hard to fathom that one time, people actually had individual printed tickets. Not only this, but post game activities may have involved a hand count and reconciling of these torn stubs with the number recorded on the turnstile counter.

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Hank Aaron signed Don wingfield Type 1 photo. Now i just gotta find out what year this was taken. Has to be after 1957 based on the patch

Actually the patch makes it post-1956. The numeric font style and lack of a name on the back make it 1958-1962. This is also likely road jersey.

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Love the graphics and timing of the piece; 1934-1937. Dr. Spies could have given Ruth his last physical for the Yankees and DiMaggio's first.

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Actually the patch makes it post-1956. The numeric font style and lack of a name on the back make it 1958-1962. This is also likely road jersey.

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I think there's a 1962 team issue photo with the same image.
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Love the graphics and timing of the piece; 1934-1937. Dr. Spies could have given Ruth his last physical for the Yankees and DiMaggio's first.

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You find some incredible stuff, Dave!
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I think there's a 1962 team issue photo with the same image.
Ya i think youre right. But the auto still is late 50's style so not sure
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