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Old 07-07-2017, 11:13 AM
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Got in some really old Jerseys and wanna show them off!

Not sure what I wanna do with these, but I felt like taking some hall of fame photos as they inspired me haha.

Up first is a realllly cool piece. (I will add more jerseys and photos throughout the day!)

ANTIQUE BASEBALL

NEW EGYPT BASEBALL GAME USED JERSEY worn by SPENCER "PENNY" HARTSHORN (1920-1992)

Spencer was a New Egypt High School baseball member and semi-pro baseball player. He was also the founding member and past president of the
New Egypt Little League, and was an umpire with the Mercer County Umpires Association.

This came with a Photo to photo match the jersey to as well as a nice note card.

Also came with his cleats!

UNIFORM SPECIFICATION

HEAVEY WOOL ZIPPER JERSEY SIZE 44-46,
JERSEY LENGTH 27 1/2", PANTS SIZE 34
JERSEY IS IN EXCELLENT GAME USED CONDITION
JERSEY ZIPPER CLOSES 7/8 TO BOTTOM.





















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Old 07-07-2017, 11:26 AM
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Did you buy Jerseys from Michael Calv.ello? Evajoy91 on ebay.
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Stephen, the photo does not match the jersey, IMO. Lettering is off, the jersey is a zipper down while the photo appears to be button down, and the jersey has stripping that does not appear in the photo.

Since you have the photo in hand, you can probably compare better than I can.

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Another one...

1910-13 BASEBALL GAME USED HIGH COLLAR JERSEY IN THE STYLE WORN BY
THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX & PITTSBURGH PIRATES.

MAROON SUN COLLAR
TAN WOOL PULLOVER 3 BUTTON JERSEY

Armpit to Armpit: 21 1/2" - Equals Mens Size 40-42
Length (Neck to Hem in back): 28 1/2"
Matching Pants Measures 30"
JERSEY AND PANTS SHOW GOOD GAME USE
JERSEY HAS TWO SMALL HOLES AT BOTTOM AND ONE MEDIUM
SIZE HOLE ALSO AT BOTTOM, BACK OF JERSEY HOLE FREE.
BOTTOM OF PANTS ON BOTH LEGS HAS LARGE TEARS























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Old 07-07-2017, 11:54 AM
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And another...

C. 1927 BEDMINSTER BASEBALL TEAM GAME USED JERSEY

BEDMINSTER NEW JERSEY, HOME OF PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP

BEDMINSTER JERSEY SPECIFICATION

EFINGER SPORTS SHOP LABEL - NO JERSEY NUMBER ON BACK
SIZE; 40 - JERSEY LENGTH 27"
BEAUTIFUL CONDITION MEDIUM WEIGHT TAN WOOL
W/MAROON STRIPES.
PINK FELT "BEDMINSTER" LETTERING

THIS HISTORIC BEDMINSTER BASEBALL JERSEY WAS USED IN A HIGH SCHOOL GAME IN 1927 BEDMINSTER TOWNSHIP, NJ. THE BERNARDS HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING WAS COMPLETED AND OCCUPIED IN AUGUST 1927. SPORTS TEAMS INCLUDING BASEBALL TEAMS WAS ORGANIZE FROM
THE TOWNSHIP AREA OF BEDMINSTER AND SOMERSET NJ.



















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Old 07-07-2017, 11:59 AM
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one more for now..

c.1920 PB & Co

BASEBALL GAME USED JERSEY
UNKNOWN MAKER
HIGH QUALITY JERSEY
BEAUTIFUL RED LETTERING ON TAN JERSEY
A MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY JERSEY

THERE EXIST TINY HOLES THROUGH OUT JERSEY
TEAR ON BACK OF JERSEY AND UNDER RIGHT SLEEVE

HEAVY WOOL JERSEY
NO NUMBER ON JERSEY BACK
JERSEY SIZE; 40
JERSEY LENGTH; 30"























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c.1920 BASEBALL GAME USED UNIFORM
UNKNOWN MAKER
SUN COLLAR JERSEY W/RARE BELT LOOPE

HIGH QUALITY WOOL BASEBALL UNIFORM
BLUE SUN COLLAR JERSEY SIZE; 46 - JERSEY LENGTH; 33"
PANTS (WAIST ALTERED) SIZE: 30-36


























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Another one...

1910-13 BASEBALL GAME USED HIGH COLLAR JERSEY IN THE STYLE WORN BY
THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX & PITTSBURGH PIRATES.
Be careful Stephen, these draw little comparison to the 1910/11 CWS jerseys, or 1913/1914 Pirates jerseys, in my opinion. Those jerseys had a small sun collar attached to the top of the colored placket, around the neck, I believe. An important feature when evaluating jerseys.

Good luck, and nice pickups. Enjoy.
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VINTAGE PRINCETON (PREP) UNIVERSITY UNIFORM C.1921

HEAVY TAN WOOL JERSEY - SIZE; 36
HEAVY MATCHING TAN WOOL PANTS - SIZE; 30

ALEX TAYLOR & CO MANUFACTURING LABEL IN JERSEY AND PANTS























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Old 07-07-2017, 12:45 PM
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US MILITARY "ARMY" GAME USED BASEBALL UNIFORM


C.1919 - 1920'S

JERSEY SIZE 42"-44" - JERSEY LENGTH 29"
SUPER RARE MATCHING UNIFORM PANTS SIZE 34"-36"
UNIFORM MANUFACTURED BY THE US ARMY
ENGRAVED PANTS BUTTONS READS "US ARMY"
3 OF 4 PANTS BUTTONS EXIST
LIGHT WOOL UNIFORM SHOWS GOOD GAME USE
























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ANTIQUE BASEBALL

1919 THOS E. WILSON BASEBALL GAME USED JERSEY UNIFORM

SUPER RARE EARLY THOS E. WILSON LABEL

JERSEY SIZE; 38 - LENGTH 26"
PANTS SIZE; 30-32
GAME USE - EXCELLENT CONDITION
LEFT BREAST AT ONE TIME EXISTED TEAM LETTERING

















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BASEBALL JERSEY & ANTIQUE FIREMAN/BASEBALL UNIFORM BELT c.1910'S
HEAVY WOOL JERSEY (NO MAKERS LABEL)
SIZE 42 - LENGTH 27"
BELT SIZE 47 1/2" X 2 1/2" - NEW SCREW LOCK FASCIST
BOTH JERSEY & BELT DATE TO 1910 - 1919



















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c.1920 BASEBALL GAME USED JERSEY
C.E. FITZPATRICK CO IOWA
SUN COLLAR PULLOVER JERSEY

HIGH QUALITY WOOL BASEBALL JERSEY
NAVY SUN COLLAR JERSEY SIZE; 44 - JERSEY LENGTH; 29"



















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Keep them coming Stephen, nice items. Be careful on your dating and being too exact. The Princeton Prep one is probably later than 1921 given the time frame they would have been likely to put a number on the back. Try not to be too exact on the Thos E. Wilson as could be early/mid 20s too. Not sure how you come up with 1919-1920 on the Army, nor 1910-1919 on the NAAW.
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Are you gonna try and trade them up for a Mantle game worn jersey from 1952?

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Are you gonna try and trade them up for a Mantle game worn jersey from 1952?

Nah. Looking to trade up to a Robbie Gamer.
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I saw this lot and it was a good deal no matter the seller or details. Price per jersey puts you in good shape Stephen. Great display pieces.
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I saw this lot and it was a good deal no matter the seller or details. Price per jersey puts you in good shape Stephen. Great display pieces.
Thanks I am not too familiar with the market, but for the price I figured I could learn a lot from these. Thanks for the comment.
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Thanks I am not too familiar with the market, but for the price I figured I could learn a lot from these. Thanks for the comment.
Just curious, but why do you buy so much stuff without really having any knowledge? It seems like the last few weeks you've posted a number of pickups that you have no clue whether it's real or not or what it's worth. It's an interesting strategy so just curious. Cool jerseys. I used to live right by New Egypt. Brings back memories.
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Just curious, but why do you buy so much stuff without really having any knowledge? It seems like the last few weeks you've posted a number of pickups that you have no clue whether it's real or not or what it's worth. It's an interesting strategy so just curious. Cool jerseys. I used to live right by New Egypt. Brings back memories.
If I think it's cool and think I can make a few bucks on it I take a chance. These jerseys were priced right and looked awesome so I figured why not? I'm trying to do the dealer thing a little bit now and am learning on the fly but enjoying every moment of it. I do not believe I have asked value questions of late as I have subscribed to worth point which has been a fantastic tool. I seem to have a good eye and am able to pick up neat things that others enjoy as well. No harm in asking me though Chris. I appreciate the question
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Why did you take down the link to his ebay auctions?
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Sounds good. As long as you're enjoying yourself . Glad to hear you are making money in the process. My area of focus is vintage Mantle stuff, so feel free to shoot me a PM if you ever dabble in anything in that area. This are great looking jerseys and would look great in a man cave.
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I dont believe you can call this Army without some more specific provenance. It is not West Point as their jersey's stated either "Army" or "West Point" throughout that time. If it is a unit, it will usually list the Unit on it like "4th AF" or "7th ID".

It may be an Army uniform, but I wouldnt accept that it is just because the seller said it was. I would need to have some very specific match photos to believe it is military from 1919-1920.

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US MILITARY "ARMY" GAME USED BASEBALL UNIFORM


C.1919 - 1920'S

JERSEY SIZE 42"-44" - JERSEY LENGTH 29"
SUPER RARE MATCHING UNIFORM PANTS SIZE 34"-36"
UNIFORM MANUFACTURED BY THE US ARMY
ENGRAVED PANTS BUTTONS READS "US ARMY"
3 OF 4 PANTS BUTTONS EXIST
LIGHT WOOL UNIFORM SHOWS GOOD GAME USE
























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I dont believe you can call this Army without some more specific provenance. It is not West Point as their jersey's stated either "Army" or "West Point" throughout that time. If it is a unit, it will usually list the Unit on it like "4th AF" or "7th ID".

It may be an Army uniform, but I wouldnt accept that it is just because the seller said it was. I would need to have some very specific match photos to believe it is military from 1919-1920.
Your points are spot-on with regards to the attribution. However, there are plenty of examples of military used uniforms that lack markings (unit identification) applied specifically to jerseys, trousers or even caps. You are also correct that West Point and the Naval Academy both had their uniforms adorned with lettering to indicate their school or branch (depending upon the year, dating back to at least 1903 - which is verifiable through photographic research).

I too have questions surrounding this uniform. I believe that this a few decades more recent. Also, neither the army nor the navy manufactured uniforms but were rather supplied through contract resources (yes, I am fully aware of the Naval Clothing Factory). Baseball uniforms and equipment fell outside of the normal appropriations channels, especially during wartime. I would love to see close-ups of the buttons and the tag that reads "Manufactured by the US Army" if that exists on either the trousers or jersey.
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The 'New Egypt' jersey doesn't correspond to the photo - I don't know that it matters, but thought I'd mention it (zipper vs buttons + trim)

I LOVE the maroon-trimmed jersey that you are calling 'high collar' - I haven't seen one quite like that.
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