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Old 04-23-2020, 06:40 PM
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LOVE that Jacket, Brock.... it's a very attractive and tough style to find!

You guys are making me think I need to contribute more to this amazing thread!
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Old 04-24-2020, 06:51 AM
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LOVE that Jacket, Brock.... it's a very attractive and tough style to find!

You guys are making me think I need to contribute more to this amazing thread!
Thanks Mark.
If you’ve got more to contribute after some of the amazing stuff you’ve already posted I’m sure we’d all love to see...
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Old 04-24-2020, 10:51 AM
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Thanks Mark.
If you’ve got more to contribute after some of the amazing stuff you’ve already posted I’m sure we’d all love to see...
OK, but you asked for it... Everybody tilt your heads to the left...

1. Crosley Corner
2. New addition... Tony Perez' 1966 Topps Cut-Card Artwork by Ben Caraher
3. Redland Field Panorama, circa Teens
4. Reds Pennant Wall
5. Base from the last-ever game at Crosley Field. Etched with notation from final game, and emanating from the estate of their long-time Equipment Manager, Bernie Stowe
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One more time... for your enjoyment... Schottzie’s dog collar
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Old 04-24-2020, 11:00 AM
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Tough to beat that, Fred! But here's a few more...

1. Huge Reds Ticket Sign from Crosley Field
2. Goldsmith Ad Sign featuring Dolph Luque
3. 1939 World Series Pennant
4. 1919 Reds Pennant (from Black Sox WS)
5. Baker's Ball Game for Men and Boys Game, featuring 1919 Reds
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Old 04-24-2020, 11:12 AM
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More...

1. Various Reds stuff, featuring 1940 Reds Champs Pennant (many thanks to Chris G)
2. Reds Dugout Jacket, circa 1940
3. 1919 Reds Panoramic Photo
4. Game Used Bats of The Great Eight
5. 1938 Vander Meer Double No-Hit Pennant
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Old 04-24-2020, 11:18 AM
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1. Crosley Field Figural Seat
2-3. Toney Perez G/U Home Jersey from 1974
4-5. Joe Morgan G/U Jersey from 1975
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Old 04-24-2020, 11:25 AM
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Last Batch...

1-2. Tony Perez G/U Home Flannel from 1970 (his best year)
3-4. More Reds Display stuff, incl. rare Wiedemann Ad Sign
5. Reds Mini Nodder from the original series
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Old 04-24-2020, 02:11 PM
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Always fun to salivate over your Reds goodies Mark. Awesomeness...

I picked up this jewel that used to hang in Crosley recently and it dates to 1964-65. Waite Hoyt's swan song as an announcer for the Reds and Burger Beer on the radio...
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Hey Mark, great stuff, thanks for sharing.
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Old 04-24-2020, 07:32 PM
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Great memorabilia! I've never seen that panorama before. Can I see the players at the bottom of the panorama?

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OK, but you asked for it... Everybody tilt your heads to the left...

1. Crosley Corner
2. New addition... Tony Perez' 1966 Topps Cut-Card Artwork by Ben Caraher
3. Redland Field Panorama, circa Teens
4. Reds Pennant Wall
5. Base from the last-ever game at Crosley Field. Etched with notation from final game, and emanating from the estate of their long-time Equipment Manager, Bernie Stowe
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Old 04-24-2020, 07:36 PM
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Hey Chris,

Great sign! Stupid question, when did CKY give up the Reds rights to the mother flame thrower WLW?


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Always fun to salivate over your Reds goodies Mark. Awesomeness...

I picked up this jewel that used to hang in Crosley recently and it dates to 1964-65. Waite Hoyt's swan song as an announcer for the Reds and Burger Beer on the radio...
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Lots of great stuff guys!
Mark I especially like the ticket sign and the Vander Meer pennant.
What I don't understand is how you are able to keep your balance in that sideways house.

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Old 04-24-2020, 08:56 PM
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Thanks, John! Here's the rundown from WCKY to WLW:

1964-65 WCKY-Waite Hoyt,Claude Sullivan
1966 WCKY-Claude Sullivan,Jim McIntyre
1967 WCKY-Claude Sullivan,Jim McIntyre,Joe Nuxhall
1968 WCKY-Jim McIntyer,Joe Nuxhall
1969-70 WLW-Jim McIntyre,Joe Nuxhall
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Lots of great stuff guys!
Mark I especially like the ticket sign and the Vander Meer pennant.
What I don't understand is how you are able to keep your balance in that sideways house.

Greg
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Me too!
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Old 04-26-2020, 02:35 PM
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I think Mark has too many Spalding trophies and that's what caused his house to roll to one side. I'd like to have his problem! LOL!

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As a board game collector this one is tops Mark.

I rarely see this one - tho there is one for sale on eBay if anyone wants to drop a grand.

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Tough to beat that, Fred! But here's a few more...

1. Huge Reds Ticket Sign from Crosley Field
2. Goldsmith Ad Sign featuring Dolph Luque
3. 1939 World Series Pennant
4. 1919 Reds Pennant (from Black Sox WS)
5. Baker's Ball Game for Men and Boys Game, featuring 1919 Reds
That Crosley field ticket sign is freaking awesome!


I wake up looking forward to this thread - love our circle of collecters here!

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Man, I’m not even a Reds fan, but LOVE the items being shown.
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Old 05-16-2020, 10:18 AM
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Team luggage from the 60s.

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Old 05-17-2020, 04:41 PM
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Reds fan newsletter from January 1940. And what looks like a sports record book but is really a Wendell Wilkie presidential ad.
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I had no intention of buying anything for the next few months (or even year). I've got a few health bills rolling in. My wife told me she'd kill me if I bought anything. But this came up.

I saw it 4 or 5 years ago for the first time - a little cheaper than the BIN I just paid. I missed it then, though, and I said if I ever see it again I won't be the loser again.

It'll be one of the top items for my 1939 and 1940 Reds collection. Super excited that it looks so presentable.

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Great item Tim and a perfectly placed signature!
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Great item Tim and a perfectly placed signature!
It is well placed! Next to my world series program, wheaties back, and Louisville slugger ad it should make quite a presentation. I could even put in the Ernie Lombardi bobblehead. Or I could find the Lombardi bronze statue that was a give away at the stadium a few years ago.

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A Pete Donahue pocket watch is for sale on ebay for $6,000. I'm thinking that's a little steep of a price. What are others thoughts?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/362921121873

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If it kept good time, then maybe.
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Description says watch is broke, needs repairs (actually it says it needs a crystal.... same thing).

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The ticket sign from Crosley Field is beyond awesome! What a killer piece.
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I posted this in the 1939-40 Reds thread, but thought I'd post it here as well. If you haven't seen the Lonny Frey Antique Roadshow appraisal, it's pretty cool. Enjoy.

If you have items more specific to the Circa '39 - '40 Reds, go ahead and post them on the other thread. I've seen great items on this thread, so I know they exist.

https://video.pbs12.org/video/antiqu...ll-collection/

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when I was a teenager I often visited Mr. Lutz at his home on Banning Road in the Groesbeck area of Cincinnati. Very nice man. He spent the entire 1922 season with the Reds as their bullpen catcher.
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Spectacular condition. Still in shrink wrap.

Taking offers ~ Many other baseball albums to offer if anyone is interested.
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A couple score cards from the 1888 season. The notes on one talk about Bid McPhee trying to score in the 10th and getting thrown out. The game ended in a tie. Must have been fun to watch.

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A couple score cards from the 1888 season. The notes on one talk about Bid McPhee trying to score in the 10th and getting thrown out. The game ended in a tie. Must have been fun to watch.

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As a kid growing up in the 70s near the Cincinnati area, this group really made me a baseball and Reds fan for life. I spent many nights after "bedtime" sneaking a small transistor radio under my pillow so I could listen to the Reds' radio broadcasts on 700WLW. With the passing of the first member of the GRT8 (Morgan), I appreciate having this complete signed 1976 Sporting News more than ever. Thanks for the memories!
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I forgot about these. Tucked away for a few decades now. Purchased the batting glove and tie from a guy called Whitey who had some attachment to Rose Bench and Carlton. My Dad loved the Tie so I gave it to him. He ended up buying several ties in various colors that he wore often. Whitey then sold my dad this as a Bench Gamer and my Dad then had Johnny sign this at a show and he gave it to me for Christmas. Found out about 20 years ago that is not a gamer but means even more to me than that Christmas years ago.
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Cincinnati Reds check written from Trustee Gary 'August' Hermann to Reds outfielder and National Baseball Hall of Famer Sam Crawford in 1902. This is check no. 2 from The Market National Bank account. Check No. 1 from this account is on display in the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum and was the check written to purchase the Reds in 1902. Sam Crawford has endorsed the check on the back. Rare autograph of Crawford during his playing days with the Reds before becoming a star with the Detroit Tigers.
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Reds Lithograph by Bill Purdom. Signed by the starting nine. Until I saw Kreindler, I thought Purdom was the best baseball artist out there.
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I might have made a deal with the devil to land the Reds Ticket Sign from Crosley Field. That sign is beyond cool!
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