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Old 02-02-2011, 06:48 PM
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Happy to finally call this one mine. Nice clean copy in about Ex condition!
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Beautiful piece, Jason. How are the photos inside?

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Ticker Tape Parade for the '69 Miracle Mets...Gil Hodges w/ wife
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Default 1941 Street & Smith's interior photos

Thank you. Most of the inside photos are small, with several per page, but there are a few nice pics, like the one of Jimmy Foxx attached here. The Williams and DiMaggio pics are small ones, unfortunately. The paper is semi-glossy, though, which is a pleasant surprise.
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Very nice, Anthony! That's a great photo- congrats!
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After having lost out on a Mathewson and Johnson over the last year or so, was very happy to add this PM1 to the collection...




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What year were these produced?
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Hi Scott,

Date of production is 1915. The strange thing is that there is a PM1 Ruth checklisted and I'm not sure why they would have included him at the beginning of his career. I have seen a copy of the Ruth pin and it definitely is his stance, facial resemblance not so much. The photo is definitely similar to other PM1 photos, so either the pin was probably produced slightly later than or possibly a fantasy piece.

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Date of production is 1915. The strange thing is that there is a PM1 Ruth checklisted and I'm not sure why they would have included him at the beginning of his career. I have seen a copy of the Ruth pin and it definitely is his stance, facial resemblance not so much. The photo is definitely similar to other PM1 photos, so either the pin was probably produced slightly later than or possibly a fantasy piece.

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Mike,
Thanks for the info on these pieces. I have recently seen a couple of them on eBay (pne of them was Honus Wagner), but prior to that had never really seen them. They certainly are a nice looking set of pins. Very nice!

In 1915, Ruth had actually begun to give baseball a glimpse of his talent, but primarily as a pitcher at this point. He was 18-8 with a 2.44 ERA and was already getting to be known as one of the better lefty pitchers in the American League. He wasn't yet known as a power hitter, but he did hit .315 which was pretty solid for a pitcher, with a handful of HR's.

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WoW Anthony! IMO...that is the best Miracle Mets celebration photo I've seen. What a terrific pick-up. Well done, Anthony, well done.
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Picked these up in the clean sweep auction last night
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If I remember correctly, the PM1 Ruth does not have his name at bottom. Don't all other PM1s have the name printed at bottom?
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©1967 Nems Enterprises, Ltd. Published by Cowles Education Corp. NY. 9x18x23 1/8" tall cardboard display box with separate 17.5x18" die-cut header card has text on bottom of front “Put Wow On The Wall! Psychedelic Full-Color Beatle Posters As Featured In Look Magazine. Photographed In Swinging London By Richard Avedon/Ringo-John-George-Paul...And The Beatlebanner”. Header card reproduces four posters noting “Actual Size 22.5x31" along with 3.5' wide “Beatlebanner”. Comes with 10.5x13.25" “Special Issue On Sound And Fury In The Arts” issue of “Look” magazine from January 9, 1968 with Avedon photo of John Lennon on front cover. Issue includes a color pull-out portfolio of Avedon Beatles pictures. Display has a few lt. handling creases. VF. All four posters are Mint as issued and never removed from original clear plastic sleeves. Set is rare with original display. Historic group from a world famous photographer.

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©1967 Nems Enterprises, Ltd. Published by Cowles Education Corp. NY. 9x18x23 1/8" tall cardboard display box with separate 17.5x18" die-cut header card has text on bottom of front “Put Wow On The Wall! Psychedelic Full-Color Beatle Posters As Featured In Look Magazine. Photographed In Swinging London By Richard Avedon/Ringo-John-George-Paul...And The Beatlebanner”. Header card reproduces four posters noting “Actual Size 22.5x31" along with 3.5' wide “Beatlebanner”. Comes with 10.5x13.25" “Special Issue On Sound And Fury In The Arts” issue of “Look” magazine from January 9, 1968 with Avedon photo of John Lennon on front cover. Issue includes a color pull-out portfolio of Avedon Beatles pictures. Display has a few lt. handling creases. VF. All four posters are Mint as issued and never removed from original clear plastic sleeves. Set is rare with original display. Historic group from a world famous photographer.

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Jon,

Not all PM1's have the name at the bottom. I know of 4 others that don't (Archer, Baker, Bender, Kauff). But they also have a variation that does have their name at the bottom.

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It seems my pickups these days are very few and far between, but when I saw this on eBay I was excited. With a little help and reassurance from Matt (Thanks Matt!) I put in my offer and got it. Being strictly a Cravath collector it's pretty cool to hold something that he clobbered homers with!

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Picked-up this nifty snapshot of "The Man" back in 1944.

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I picked up a nice snapshot of The Meal Ticket on eBay this evening. I love the stadium in the background and the lighting....
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Terrific pick-up Scott. How the hell did I miss that!

You know that Hubbell is Graig's all time favorite player. Be ready to make a super high res scan for him or he's gonna pout like a six year old.
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Terrific pick-up Scott. How the hell did I miss that!

You know that Hubbell is Graig's all time favorite player. Be ready to make a super high res scan for him or he's gonna pout like a six year old.
Thanks Jimmy! Believe it or not, I won the Hubbell snapshot for under $20 including shipping!!

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That's an interesting photo. Judging by Hubbell's upright position, it looks like he's having a casual game of catch (as opposed to warming up for a game). Yet his hand is in a position that indicated he probably threw a screwball (or fadeaway). Given how much stress that pitch causes on the arm, you'd think he wouldn't have thrown it while playing catch (much like someone like Bert Blyleven wouldn't snap off curveballs in such a setting). Of course maybe he was really throwing harder than it appears. Regardless, the photo does a great job illustrating the impact throwing the screwball had on Hubbell's arm.

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I believe that Hubbell photo is from Wrigley Field. Sweet shot of King Carl!
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Thanks for the heads up on where you believe the photo was taken. I was wrestling with that and wasn't certain...
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That's an interesting photo. Judging by Hubbell's upright position, it looks like he's having a casual game of catch (as opposed to warming up for a game). Yet his hand is in a position that indicated he probably threw a screwball (or fadeaway). Given how much stress that pitch causes on the arm, you'd think he wouldn't have thrown it while playing catch (much like someone like Bert Blyleven wouldn't snap off curveballs in such a setting). Of course maybe he was really throwing harder than it appears. Regardless, the photo does a great job illustrating the impact throwing the screwball had on Hubbell's arm.
Thanks Rob,
It's funny, but I had exactly the same thoughts when I first looked at this snapshot. I'm not sure if you ever saw what Hubbell's left arm looked like at the end of his career, but it was amazing! His arm was so deformed that he couldn't allegedly rest it at his left side without the thumb and wrist twisting to the outside.
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One other Beatles piece was this Yellow Submarine 3 Ring Binder which is scarce in any condition. So I was thrilled to land this really nice example.

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Just Picked this up. This is the third Malcolm Emmons Mickey Mantle photo I have added to my collection. I feel very fortunate as these are pretty tough to find.

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Date of production is 1915. The strange thing is that there is a PM1 Ruth checklisted and I'm not sure why they would have included him at the beginning of his career. I have seen a copy of the Ruth pin and it definitely is his stance, facial resemblance not so much. The photo is definitely similar to other PM1 photos, so either the pin was probably produced slightly later than or possibly a fantasy piece.

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The company that produced the PM1 pins not only made baseball, but also other subjects..this may be an actress?



At the antique show a few weeks back I found an ornate pin with a religious subject still attached to the cardboard backer..I suspect the company was around for more than a few years so it's quite possible the Ruth was made well after the other PM1 pins.
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Just picked up this real neat 1940's era metal baseball figural. Thanks to Brock for posting this previously or I would have never known that it was the figural portion off of a tie rack. I probably overpaid because it is missing the tie rack portion, but thought it would look real cool in my display room.
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Was able to pick up another tough Wagner pinback...1911 Diamond Gum.

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I picked up my first Mantle rookie...

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A couple before and afters of my most recent 40k. I was surprised most of the kork was under the tape.
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Very nice Mantle RC!
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1914 Michigan U baseball program picturing George Sisler on the cover.........
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Not sports, but Jimmy puts the Beatles up

anyways, cool Vintage Charlie McCarthy premium spoon, w original mailer.
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Also, awesome Dieges and Clust 1910 Harvard Hurdles sterling medal, w winner JB Cummings of Harvard's name engraved on back.
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Very cool stuff Scott -- it's nice to see some different things and I lovethat spoon!

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I'm very pleased to have acquired this figural recently. Another example recently sold as part of the Mastro collection.

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It seems my pickups these days are very few and far between, but when I saw this on eBay I was excited. With a little help and reassurance from Matt (Thanks Matt!) I put in my offer and got it. Being strictly a Cravath collector it's pretty cool to hold something that he clobbered homers with!

What a bat! Nice find Sean.

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At the antique show a few weeks back I found an ornate pin with a religious subject still attached to the cardboard backer..I suspect the company was around for more than a few years so it's quite possible the Ruth was made well after the other PM1 pins.
Boy Dan... that's a beautiful pin. A little steam to the ribbon is all it needs.

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That's a killer medal Scott! Really cool.


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Well done Mike. You talk about Brock finding all the good stuff (and he certainly gets more than his share) but you've got quite a knack yourself!

I finally landed a piece that fits my main focus. 1938 moving image of Gehrig wondering what the hell is wrong with his swing.

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Cool Mexican Baseball mag w great stories and pics on the Dodgers visit to Japan and many more photos/stories about American Baseball.
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Thanks Jimmy.

Nice photo, can't help but notice how lean Gehrig looks in that photo.

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BENNY HILL!!!!!!!!!!!!

I loved the old guy in the show, that he kept hitting on top of the head.
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I don't think I added one piece to my Kansas collection last year but have already made up for it this year. Picked up a Zeenut of Hugh Mcmullen from Lacygne, Ks, a Holyrood,Ks rppc, a rppc from 1942 Ft. Riley, Ks, a 1914 Wichita Witches rppc of Buck Jones and an envelope of the Wichita Braves plus contract. Plus I still have a couple more items coming in.
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Thanks Scott & Jimmy for your kind words regarding the Gil Hodges pick up...Nice shotshot pickups you guys both recently got!!!

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Hey Clint. That military/baseball photo is terrific. As real of moment as it gets for the GI's.

I just picked up this nice 1935 Babe Ruth Quaker Oats premium patch. That puts my vintage patch collection at eleven... and counting. NOTE: The Quaker Oats Box Top Coupon is ONLY posted as a reference. Wish it was mine!

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Thanks Jimmy, I liked it too.

Here's a couple more pickups I just got in the mail. 1908 Walter Boles Topeka, Ks rppc I got thanks to Ed Morse. I also got this huge 1917 Giants postcard. I've been looking for a Thorpe photo or card for awhile but they've all been too expensive. Thorpe attended Haskell Institute in Lawrence, Ks before moving on to fame at Carlisle. It also has Joe Wilhoit, fellow Kansan, as a bonus. I picked this up thanks to Matt Wieder.
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