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Old 12-01-2014, 08:42 PM
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Default December Pick Ups

A couple of minutes ago I picked up this 1971 NL Season Pass for My 1971 Pirates ticket collection. Does anyone know if PSA would change the slip? If so what would be the fee for that service? Nothing against Fergie but it would fit better for my collection if it read something like; valid for 1971 Pittsburgh Pirates NL Champions 97-65. The original owner of the pass was an interesting person as well.

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Very nice Mike -- I love how ornate it is.

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Here's my December pickup so far, a 1930 Cardinals home scorecard. I now have every year from 2014 back thru 1927 except for a 1934. So I was thrilled to acquire any 1930.

I then set about researching it, date, anything of significance, etc. and found it is from Dizzy Dean's major league debut!

Pitching IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA BF GSc
Dizzy Dean, W (1-0) 9 3 1 1 3 5 0 1.00 33 79

He also went 1-3 and scored a run.
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Love ya, Mike......but does this now make THREE December Pickups thread?
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Here's my December pickup so far, a 1930 Cardinals home scorecard. I now have every year from 2014 back thru 1927 except for a 1934. So I was thrilled to acquire any 1930.

I then set about researching it, date, anything of significance, etc. and found it is from Dizzy Dean's major league debut!

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Dizzy Dean, W (1-0) 9 3 1 1 3 5 0 1.00 33 79

He also went 1-3 and scored a run.
Great scorecard!! How awesome is that? The seller didn't know what it was?
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Great scorecard!! How awesome is that? The seller didn't know what it was?
Apparently only noted the date from on the front and opponent, and didn't look any deeper into it.
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Here's my December pickup so far, a 1930 Cardinals home scorecard. I now have every year from 2014 back thru 1927 except for a 1934. So I was thrilled to acquire any 1930.

I then set about researching it, date, anything of significance, etc. and found it is from Dizzy Dean's major league debut!

Pitching IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA BF GSc
Dizzy Dean, W (1-0) 9 3 1 1 3 5 0 1.00 33 79

He also went 1-3 and scored a run.
Great find - good luck with 1934.

I have been looking for an affordable crescent mitt with the 'workman' finger style for a while. Finally found one that was priced right and cleanable.

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Really nice glove! How did it look before you cleaned it?
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That's a gorgeous mit.
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These two are only 10-15 years apart, but it seems to me there was a drastic change in glove philosophy around 1905. You could literally have gardened in the earlier one.

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Really nice glove! How did it look before you cleaned it?
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Thanks Alan, Packs. I just happen to have some pics - added to above post.

It was very stiff and heavy prior to cleaning - now it's as soft and supple as any glove I own. The gray 'before' color is very accurate - I was surprised it was so white beneath the dirt.

Also, cleaning the white ones is a tricky process. You can't use any conditioners (oils, etc.) - the spot shown on the finger is the result of accidentally lying the glove in some Lexol. It has to wear away, and it takes a long time, like months or longer.

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OK, my education continues...I had posted this in the autograph pick up thread. D'oh!

It measures 9 x 3.5'. Made by Paramount Flag Co. of SF. It will not lay completely flat, so I'm thinking it was not bunting hung from a rail but rather a bunting that "wrapped around" a podium or something like that...
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Rob that is an awesome piece! I'm always searching for similar items in black and gold
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Just picked this up from a seller on eBay. Managers' fan with my great grandpa Billy Sullivan Sr., among others. Been looking for one for a while, but lost out in the last couple of auctions.
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Just picked this up from a seller on eBay. Managers' fan with my great grandpa Billy Sullivan Sr., among others. Been looking for one for a while, but lost out in the last couple of auctions.
Very nice! Do you have any personal game items from your great grandpa?
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Very nice! Do you have any personal game items from your great grandpa?
Was wondering the same! Any Banana Bats left over?
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Afraid not. Most of his stuff was actually stolen (a lot of stuff was stolen from my grandfather Billy Jr, years ago) or given away (the banana bat). The only thing I have that's been passed down is a small (child-size) catcher's chest protector that he had. I'm not sure if he had it made as a prototype for his chest-protector invention (he patented a model chest protector) or if he had it made for one of his sons as a joke.
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Was lucky enough to pick up this bat the past week…oh for the stories in baseball history it might have seen! Playing with Ruth--1924 World Series--the Ray Chapman incident--and most of all, Walter Johnson's pitching...
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Congrats! Beautiful bat!
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Old 12-07-2014, 08:34 PM
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would love to see a picture of the chest protector
Here's a shot. I think it is from about 1912-13 or so, judging from a photograph in an old newspaper that I suspect shows the same chest protector.

You can find my great-grandfather's patent for this here http://www.google.com/patents/US925851

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This weekend I picked up memories, more than anything else. Went to the Philly Show on Saturday with my youngest 12 year daughter. I used to go to Philly often, with my oldest daughter, but she had little interest in the show and I hadn’t been back in years. I didn’t have any particular hopes of picking up much, as I know memorabilia isn’t in great abundance there, and typically over priced. But I was in the market for some T3s and T201 cards, so I thought what the heck - a good way to kill a very rainy day, get my fix at looking at cool things, and it got me out of Holiday shopping.

My daughter is a “picker” at heart, like me, and was excited to go to the show - she had never been. She isn’t (before now) into Sports antiques, but appreciates deeply what I collect. She and I often go to estate sales together looking for anything old and interesting, and she has quite a growing stash of various vintage and antique smalls herself.

The drive was about 2 hours in the pouring rain, but together we spent 3 of the best hours I have ever had at the show, and that I have had in this hobby in a long while. She soaked up and loved every minute of it, learning about various pieces of memorabilia and cards. As I have told my friends, I don’t get to “play with” many people in this hobby so I cherished every minute with her. Every piece she wanted to know the history behind.

On the card front, struck out on any T3s or T201s as prices were not reasonable. We did have fun digging through some bargain bins and picked up several groupings – none of which are rare or unique, but the prices were right and my daughter got a kick out of starting some of her own memorabilia collection (my wife will now kill me ): about a dozen 1950s college pins; two S21 MURAD college track athlete silks – Columbia and Annapolis; several T51 Murad college series cards; a couple Virgina Brights Cigs N48 Woman ball players cuts; and a nice early Goldsmith basemitt for display.

A highlight was striking up a lengthy meet with Diane and Doug McElwain, from Sport&Spool Antiques, who I see at shows from time to time. Their booth was unique, as it was the only true antique equipment booth – it stood out from the rest and was gorgeous as ususal. Chatting with them was rewarding for both of us, and Doug and Diane gave us a fair deal on a very nice 1920 Spalding Discus (I am a sucker for anything Spalding), a beefy Spalding Catchers mitt, and a nice Cornell pennant for my daughter’s room.

We can’t wait to go to the next show together. You can click the link below to see some of our pickups.

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Old 12-09-2014, 07:14 PM
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Can never have too many discuses! Disci?
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Odd item that I acquired because of the Seattle tie.

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A fellow walked into my office and handed this to me a few minutes ago; he knew I was a New York Yankees fan and wanted me to have it.

I need more friends like this...
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Skip, that'a a really great item to have walk into your office!
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Not sure why you all let me grab this, but thanks!

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Because we love you, Scott!
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Thanks, Scott! You've done very well, I see! Awesome!
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I remember him from Ball Four
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I am very fortunate and to add this Balfour Trophy to my Chisox collection. It is the 1967 Chicago Player of the Year award given by the Chicago Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America and presented by Richard Dozier, Chicago Tribune on 1/14/68 at the 28th Diamond Dinner.

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I am very fortunate and to add this Balfour Trophy to my Chisox collection. It is the 1967 Chicago Player of the Year award given by the Chicago Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America and presented by Richard Dozier, Chicago Tribune on 1/14/68 at the 28th Diamond Dinner.

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Thank you Scott. Knew you would like it
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Just pick this one up. Just love these things and I grab them whenever I can.
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It looks like Fergie Jenkins is asleep at the wheel...
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A few items from this month, Cedar Rapids Rabbits pinback and postcard. Also, a nice lot of Pottsville,PA baseball receipts.

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Wow! Great finds! Especially the postcard and pinback. I love rare antique pinbacks.
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So far, my reference library includes:

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1939 Goldsmith
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Dave - Would love to see a pic of the 1913 Spalding.

I've got this 50's salesman samples (see link) which is chalk full of Dodge-Davis flannel swatches..

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recent acquisition along those lines - samples for 'Crack-A-Jack' baseball uniforms:

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Nice pickups, Scott, some great stuff in that lot. I picked up the postcard, have always loved this image. It's from 1912, not 1924-25 as they said, and was used for the Tuxedo Tobacco ad.
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Gorgeous card, Henry - and seemed like a great deal at that price.
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Yes, I thought so. Yours were a bargain, too, for all that great stuff. The broadsides came from the estate, by the way.
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Nice pickups, Scott, some great stuff in that lot. I picked up the postcard, have always loved this image. It's from 1912, not 1924-25 as they said, and was used for the Tuxedo Tobacco ad.
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That Cobb study is awesome!

I picked up this bad boy....
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One of my favorite Ruth images. I'm getting a little collection going now....
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One of my favorite Ruth images. I'm getting a little collection going now....
Very nice... I was thinking of pulling the trigger on that color study. I also love that image. I have the "BAM" book and picket up the original, Type 1 photo a couple months ago. It is one of his most iconic portraits for sure. Scott, that Cobb is the bomb too. Well done.
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Thanks Ben. I love that Ruth photo and the study. Here's mine that's similar. It's framed with an autograph, as the Cobb will also find itself soon.

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By the way, Graig's feedback is 666 - someone should go save him from that.
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Gorgeous type 1 Ben!
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