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Old 12-20-2019, 07:00 AM
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1 foot section of the Foul Line from the Old Comiskey Park

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Old 12-20-2019, 09:07 AM
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A few more misc. Minnesota Twins items.
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I have lots of odd stuff but will focus on the odd ball 1971 Pirates items in my collection. All of these items are fairly hard to find. Roberto and Stargell coin banks, Roberto Memorial pennant, 1971 NL Championship banner hung during the series, Bob Moose's team issued tie, blazer, watch and his Iron City Beer tie.
...and I'll bet it's some of your favorite stuff, huh?

You got all artistic with your photo of the coin banks!
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Old 12-20-2019, 09:23 AM
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A few more misc. Minnesota Twins items.
Great stuff! Got more?

A few pins I've never seen.
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Misc. Minnesota Twins/Vikings buttons. Notice the different photos used for the Harmon 1969 MLB pin. Both of them are difficult to track down but the one still on the card is the most difficult.
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Sorry Rob, need some Dodger stuff in this thread. This is something I never show anyone at my house, as they already think my collecting is weird, and this would convince them. It was well established that Koufax had arm issues, and here is a 1964 x-ray of (as Vinny put it) "The Left Arm of God".

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Wow.... amazing Twins and Pirates stuff. LOVE the Clemente and Stargell Banks, and everything else, Mike!

And the mega Twins collection is off the charts... Sweeeeeet!

But that Koufax X-ray will be very tough to beat, if we're looking for oddball. How did you even go about acquiring that, Rick??

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Wow.... amazing Twins and Pirates stuff. LOVE the Clemente and Stargell Banks, and everything else, Mike!

And the mega Twins collection is off the charts... Sweeeeeet!

But that Koufax X-ray will be very tough to beat, if we're looking for oddball. How did you even go about acquiring that, Rick??
Mark, I actually bought it, and an xray of Ali's broken jaw from the Norton fight after it had been wired shut, on ebay about 20 years ago. I gave the Ali to a dealer on consignment, not sure where it ended up, and I never got paid for it. I have a wirephoto of Koufax leaving Dr Kerlan's office after an examination a year earlier than the date of the x-ray.

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a few more misc. Minnesota twins items.
Beautiful Twins stuff!!!
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Love the x-ray. That will be tough to beat unless anyone has something like a piece of a player (hair, toenail).
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Man you guys have amazing items!
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Old 12-22-2019, 09:15 AM
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Cool Apron, Rob!

Really captures the era, and I love the artwork.

Here’s an item that should work nicely in this thread. It’s a figural 1957 Milwaukee Braves Hair Brush. His Mohawk is actually a removable brush that rests atop his head. Must’ve been a real bust at the Concession Stands, as you NEVER see them. I don’t think I’ve seen another. Probably had a very short production run, as it’s kind of disgusting!
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I have never seen a baseball theme Mystery clock....love it!!
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Casablanca Fans from Los Angeles giveaway.

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Ted Williams Key Charm...have a Newsome one of these also but no pic.
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I like that the keychain is "Luckee."

My wife gave me a hard time when I paid $30 for this ca. 1958 sugar packet. 20 years later, I still haven't seen another. She still gives me a hard time...
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3 Twins SGAs

The Tony Oliva is from when they inducted him into the Twins HOF. I got Tony to sign it a few yeas ago.

The Kirby Puckett flip bookshows his 11th inning HR in the 1991 WS.

A encased card celebrating Torii Hunter winning a gold glove.
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That's pretty funny about the sugar packet Rob!

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Christmas gift from my brother in law. He just returned from Puerto Rico. I think a Clemente beach towel would qualify as pretty odd ball.
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In the early 60s, Howard had opened Elston Howard Travel in my hometown of Nutley, New Jersey. It was about two blocks from my house and right where the bus dropped us after school. When it opened my best friend and I would walk by every day hoping for a glimpse of a major leaguer. One day a woman waved us into the offices and told us to come by that weekend. Sure enough Elston was there and he signed pictures for us. Gave us some of these charms as well but I lost mine. I found one on eBay while searching for something else and overpaid for it instantly.

Meeting Elston Howard was probably my first in-person autograph and definitely our first off the field encounter with an athlete. Cool memory.
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Here is Earl Weaver's hand written scouting report on every A.L. Player from 1986 divided by club. After the season, he gave the reports to coach Jimmy Williams for use in '87....I had Earl sign the box lid a few years before he passed.....

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A page from a Royal Tailor sample book from 1914. Christy Mathewson was one of a handful of players from that book. I believe Frank Chance, Ty Cobb, Eddie Plank, Connie Mack, and John McGraw were the other baseball players featured, but there could be more.
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During the Depression, the White Sox produced and bottled their own brand of orange soda under the stands at Comiskey Park.
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And an oddball score counter that was produced by Brown & Bigelow in St. Paul.
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This one is pretty strange. I believe another former member previously owned this one. In a book, "A History of Boston in 50 Artifacts," a deteriorated version of this pin was recovered in a dig. Since it has a copyright of 1912, someone (the author?) made the connection that it is tied to either the opening of Fenway Park or the 1912 World Series. Either assumption is a pretty large leap. I did a brief search for copyright info on that phrase in 1912. Not sure if my findings were for this pin, but the owner is from NY. It doesn't mean this pin isn't specifically related to the Red Sox, but it is worth noting.
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This one is pretty strange. I believe another former member previously owned this one. In a book, "A History of Boston in 50 Artifacts," a deteriorated version of this pin was recovered in a dig. Since it has a copyright of 1912, someone (the author?) made the connection that it is tied to either the opening of Fenway Park or the 1912 World Series. Either assumption is a pretty large leap. I did a brief search for copyright info on that phrase in 1912. Not sure if my findings were for this pin, but the owner is from NY. It doesn't mean this pin isn't specifically related to the Red Sox, but it is worth noting.
Sorry for all the posts I actually just found the answer on the pin...
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Scarce light bulb pitcher from the Cubs first night game.
A light bulb pitcher...pretty cool. I have never seen one.
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Its still in operation, though Nellie died in '75

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Ex-Dick Dobbins collection, and appeared in his classic 1994 book on Bay Area baseball history, Nuggets on the Diamond. If you are interested in Bay Area baseball history and haven't read this book, it is highly recommend. Aside from the in depth history, there is lots of eye-candy from Dick's extraordinary collection. Color plates included.
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Ex-Dick Dobbins collection, and appeared in his classic 1994 book on Bay Area baseball history, Nuggets on the Diamond. If you are interested in Bay Area baseball history and haven't read this book, it is highly recommend. Aside from the in depth history, there is lots of eye-candy from Dick's extraordinary collection. Color plates included.
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Great Silk !! In keeping with the S.F. theme, I thought I'd post a scarce bottle from Newman's College. It wasn't actually a college but rather what has been referred to as the first "sports bar." It hosted Cal/Stanford fans before the Big Games. This bottle is from about 1913. The even scarcer bottle says Oakland and I think it was from about 1908 before they had opened their S.F. location. There are football laces on the other side.
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That ring is AWESOME. Does it fit and do you wear it? I ask because I am one of those weirdos who would 100% wear it on a semi regular basis.
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It is 1 to 1.5 size too big...but good news I got in touch with the Jeweler who custom made the rings for the Schott family and I have a 230 appointment tomorrow for him to size it on the spot while I wait. He has his shop in Cincy and I live 81 miles from there. And YES I plan to wear as I am wearing it now as I type this..I have be putting these rubber sticky spacers in since I bought it and they drive me nuts cause they only last a few days or maybe a week of wear. I bought the ring to wear when I go out and not at work. It looks and feels amazing as its like 1.5 oz of gold and jewels. I did buy it to collect but I also thought life is short what good does something like this do me in a safe deposit box, and I didnt buy it to keep prestine for someone to buy 50 years after I am dead...So to answer your question I have wanted one of these rings since 1990 but always fell short at auctions (I have only seen 3 or 4 myself come up for sale) So I am wearing it!!!

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It is 1 to 1.5 size too big...but good news I got in touch with the Jeweler who custom made the rings for the Schott family and I have a 230 appointment tomorrow for him to size it on the spot while I wait. He has his shop in Cincy and I live 81 miles from there. And YES I plan to wear as I am wearing it now as I type this..I have be putting these rubber sticky spacers in since I bought it and they drive me nuts cause they only last a few days or maybe a week of wear. I bought the ring to wear when I go out and not at work. It looks and feels amazing as its like 1.5 oz of gold and jewels. I did buy it to collect but I also thought life is short what good does something like this do me in a safe deposit box, and I didnt buy it to keep prestine for someone to buy 50 years after I am dead...So to answer your question I have wanted one of these rings since 1990 but always fell short at auctions (I have only seen 3 or 4 myself come up for sale) So I am wearing it!!!
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That is super cool that you are getting it resized to wear.
A bit nervous about it but taking to the creator of the ring makes me feel a bit better about it..let you know how it goes when i return tommorow evening
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Its still in operation, though Nellie died in '75

Great Nellie Fox Bowl items, Jay. I especially like the ashtray.

Reminded me that I have this lighter from The Mick's bowling alley:
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Couple more odd items to add to the group, keep them coming. Item 1, HUGE Keds canvas sneaker 2 feet long and about a foot high. The 2`nd piece comes in handy to measure, a well used wooden ruler from none other than the St Mary`s Industrial School boys print shop. Maybe the great babe Ruth used it, it`s fun to imagine !

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Ushers at Saints games would attempt to retrieve foul balls that were hit into the stands. This is a coupon a fan would receive in return for surrendering a ball.
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I have only seen one or two of these before, but this one is pretty clean.
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A watch fob from 1926.
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And another watch fob from 1923. This was presented to Mike Kelley in commemoration of the team winning the 1919, 1920, and 1922 pennants. His name is engraved on the back.
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Couple more odd items to add to the group, keep them coming. Item 1, HUGE Keds canvas sneaker 2 feet long and about a foot high. The 2`nd piece comes in handy to measure, a well used wooden ruler from none other than the St Mary`s Industrial School boys print shop. Maybe the great babe Ruth used it, it`s fun to imagine !
Point of sale piece? American Pickers found something like that in tan canvas.
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Great stuff as always, Chris! ^^^^
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Who ya gonna call? Police? Fire? SF Giants (for the man)? I. Magnin (for the lady)? All the essential numbers you'd need in 1960's San Francisco.
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Post Card between Topps and Mickey Owen and Post Card between Bowman and Mickey Vernon.
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