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Old 09-03-2015, 04:06 PM
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I recently purchased this nice original photo of Lefty Grove from perezfan Mark Steinberg on the BST, pairing it with my vintage Lefty Grove signed album page that I have owned for a while. Both photo and signature are circa 1931.

I'm really pleased with the end result.
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Looks fantastic Scott! Didn't take long getting that baby framed. That was a real nice photo and the perfect size for the autograph .
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I picked up these two pennants today. I am not a "pennant guy" but love the graphics on the A's piece and I have never seen the Dodgers pennant before either. I have talked to a few people and no one has ever seen it either.
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Crazy cool A's pennant. Congrats, Bob.
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I have been watching this for a while now, and I finally picked it up for my Joe Torre collection.
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Looks fantastic Scott! Didn't take long getting that baby framed. That was a real nice photo and the perfect size for the autograph .
Thanks Steve & Adam! I love the way it looks in my office.

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A member pointed this out to me a while back on ebay for an outrageous price. (sorry, can't remember who, but I appreciated it.) So last month I got it for a much better price at auction, it just arrived today. Early Wynn's 300th win dugout lineup card, saved by Birdie Tebbets. Looks cool with the ball from Wynn's collection where he had the entire lineup sign. Too bad his actual 300th game used ball went far above my budget.
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That Grove picture w/the cut signature looks awesome! Thanks for sharing.
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I picked up these two pennants today. I am not a "pennant guy" but love the graphics on the A's piece and I have never seen the Dodgers pennant before either. I have talked to a few people and no one has ever seen it either.
Holy Cow Bob congratulations!!! Where did you get those beauties?!?!?
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A member pointed this out to me a while back on ebay for an outrageous price. (sorry, can't remember who, but I appreciated it.) So last month I got it for a much better price at auction, it just arrived today. Early Wynn's 300th win dugout lineup card, saved by Birdie Tebbets. Looks cool with the ball from Wynn's collection where he had the entire lineup sign. Too bad his actual 300th game used ball went far above my budget.


Thats a sweet lineup card. Thats great you waited and got it at a better price. I love when that happens.
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Yard sale finds from this morning. Does anybody know the year of the Yankee photo?
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1943 magazine photo of Josh Gibson.

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Ron,

You sure go to great yard sales and flea markets!

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Got these two snapshots from Huggins & Scott last month. Taken July 4th, 1906, Athletics vs. Highlanders at Columbia Park. It was a doubleheader with Rube Waddell beating Jack Chesbro in game 1 and Chief Bender losing to Al Orth (aka The Curveless Wonder) in game 2. Even in the 3x3 snapshots I was fairly sure it was Waddell at the plate---probably talking it over with catcher Schrecengost just before the start of the game---but the scan at high res makes that familiar posture fairly unmistakable. Rube!

The Highlanders player with the flag (at left in the high res crop) is a nice detail as well...



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Old 09-06-2015, 08:58 PM
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Got these two beauties in the mail today. No manufacturer tagging, but they are marked size 38 and size 40... Although they seem larger... Anyone have any idea as to there age?
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A member pointed this out to me a while back on ebay for an outrageous price. (sorry, can't remember who, but I appreciated it.) So last month I got it for a much better price at auction, it just arrived today. Early Wynn's 300th win dugout lineup card, saved by Birdie Tebbets. Looks cool with the ball from Wynn's collection where he had the entire lineup sign. Too bad his actual 300th game used ball went far above my budget.
Congratulations Ken - what a great acquisition for an Indians fan!

Much preferable to the line-up card from one of his early wins. couldn't stop myself.
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This is the best game action cdv I have ever seen. It includes an umpire and scorekeeper and is a close up view. It is interesting that all players except the batter wear long pants. Maybe his pants are tied or tucked in?
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This is the best game action cdv I have ever seen. It includes an umpire and scorekeeper and is a close up view. It is interesting that all players except the batter wear long pants. Maybe his pants are tied or tucked in?
That's by leaps and bounds the best image of it's type I've seen over my 30 years of enjoying this material. Really terrific, Gary.
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Thanks to a board member for a scored program from Bob Feller's 18-strikeout performance against the Tigers on Oct. 2, 1938. The person who scored it did a nice job (I didn't want to flatten the program to scan the inside pages, hence a scan of only the cover).

I already had a ticket stub from the game, plus the 1954 Topps Scoop card that Feller once owned that highlights the day, so this makes a nice trifecta.

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Thanks to a board member for a scored program from Bob Feller's 18-strikeout performance against the Tigers on Oct. 2, 1938. The person who scored it did a nice job (I didn't want to flatten the program to scan the inside pages, hence a scan of only the cover).

I already had a ticket stub from the game, plus the 1954 Topps Scoop card that Feller once owned that highlights the day, so this makes a nice trifecta.

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This is my first and only football piece. The football is an actual football that a store would have sold as an example. Thanks to a fellow board member for this pick-up.
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I picked up these two pennants today. I am not a "pennant guy" but love the graphics on the A's piece and I have never seen the Dodgers pennant before either. I have talked to a few people and no one has ever seen it either.
WOW!!! I looked for that A's pennant a looooooong time Bob, CONGRATS!!!
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This is my first and only football piece. The football is an actual football that a store would have sold as an example. Thanks to a fellow board member for this pick-up.
That is an amazing advertising display Bob. Congrats! How on earth does the football mount to the board? Maybe a metal bracket for the purpose of holding the ball in place?
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That is an amazing advertising display Bob. Congrats! How on earth does the football mount to the board? Maybe a metal bracket for the purpose of holding the ball in place?
The back piece sits up higher than the front piece and the football just sits there, I can easily pick it up any time, thanks

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got some more vintage cubs John Kane, Heinie Zimmerman and the wacky Lew Richie!kane plus littleones.jpg

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Ken, EarlyWynnFan
Where did you see an auction of an Early Wynn 300 win ball?
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I recently picked up this original photo of Bob Feller and catcher Bob Hayes in the locker room after Feller's 2nd career no-hitter on April 30, 1946 at NYY.
Frank Hayes provided the only offense in the 1-0 no-hitter, by hitting a dramatic HR late in the game in support of Feller.

Rapid Robert always credited his 2nd no-hitter as being his best due to the strength of the Yankees lineup.

In 2014 I picked up a game used ball from Feller's 2nd no-hitter and posted pictures of it. The ball was signed and inscribed by both Feller and catcher Frank Hayes. Combine these two items and my no-hitter ticket stub from this game and it makes for a pretty neat trio of baseball history...

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Flea Market find for almost nothing. Liked it so I got it. Love Wagner in the photo with his crooked hat.


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Picked up this Zach Wheat wire photo. It was used the photo used on this Police Gazette Magazine on June 14 1913 issue and used again in 1918 by Police Gazette.
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Picked up these photos and a vintage Yankees patch.
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LOVE the photos, esp Branch...

Just picked this up. For now, its staying w me, and I think its gotta be pretty cool for sure. Has list of all the players in organization at the time, w stats, who signed them, residence, etc. Thick book

Prob issued to Farm and Scouts. Paid for it, but love it....
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Happy to add my 5th Yankee stadium seat. Also picked up these vintage Spalding catchers shin guards.
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Thanks to Bill from First Year Cards, I was able to add this early Ted Williams team photo this week! Couldn't be any happier!
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Finally got around to framing this: Conlon photo of Swanson with Conlon signature on back in red. This was easier than I thought it would be - got a ready-made 2-way frame at Michaels, along with a ready -made acid-free mat (less than $10 total). Just sandwiched the print in-between the mat and the back piece of glass - no tape required.
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Very cool Scott. Terrific image as well!
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Real excited to add the first pennant to my collection in quite a while. The game was played at Ford's Rotunda Field, locally in the Detroit area ,in front of about 6000 fans . The Mickey Cochrane led Great Lakes team fielded eight former major league ball players including Johnny Mize, ex-Tiger Barney McCoskey and Gene Woodling.
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Real excited to add the first pennant to my collection in quite a while. The game was played at Ford's Rotunda Field, locally in the Detroit area ,in front of about 6000 fans . The Mickey Cochrane led Great Lakes team fielded eight former major league ball players including Johnny Mize, ex-Tiger Barney McCoskey and Gene Woodling.
Congrats, Adam! I saw that pennant and had it on my watch list. Very cool!
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