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Old 07-15-2016, 12:55 PM
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Default More cool items that could use identifying including ruth piece.

Here are a few more items I have uploaded. Some I found some I'm lost on. Thanks for your time.

1) Opening Day Fenway Park program. 4/19/60 Maris had 2 Hr's and Ted Williams had 1 Hr. EX+ Condition just some writing on back. I see the same year selling for ehhh but was wondering what the opening day and home runs would add to this.





2) Spalding Catalogue with Babe Ruth on the cover. I can't really find anything on this as to the year or value and don't wanna go digging around the pages as it seems brittle. I'm thinking 1920's for sure.





3) 1942 Sporting News Baseball Record Book. VG/EX+ Binding intact with no rips or tears. I found this online and just wanted to show you as it looks cool! Supposedly it is the first ever sporting news. Is that Correct?





4) 1911-12 Gillette Baseball Annual. EX+ condition. About 6 Inches Tall by 3 Inches Wide. Can't find much on this. Any help would be greatly appreciated as to value etc.





5) 1909 Moreland's Baseball Records & Percentage Book. I can not find this anywhere but my gut is telling me it's gotta be worth something and rare due to the fact the cubs are on the cover after winning the world series. Binding in tact. EX condition. Bottom binding has small quarter inch tearish thing. Writing on back cover. 5 1/2 inches high X 2 1/2 inches wide. Anyone know anything?





6) 1948 Satchel Paige "Pitchin' Man" First edition book. I see these selling online from 50-250. Does the fact this comes with the paperwork and envelope help?









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7) 1987 Dandy, Day & The Devil Softcover Book. Autographed once by Ray Dandridge and Twice by Leon Day. What do these autographs add to the value of this book in your opinions?







8) Roberto Clemente 1998 Cachet. Can't find anything on this other than one sold on worth point. Can't tell for what though.







9) 1910 Touching Second by John J Evers in EX+ condition. I see these floating around and have a sense on the value. How cool is this though? Read that he invented the shift.

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2. 1927 date on cover is correct, but not sure if pre or post season, may be able to tell by reading inside.
3. Not first sporting news record, believe they go back to 1908 in smaller format.
5. Moreland is George Moreland, author of Balldom, 1914. These annual record books were used by newspapers as reference
6. Cache of these Paige's was found about that time, may have been a Sabr promotion.
9. Very nice copy of a great book. The cover is usually more damaged. Check the copyright page to see if it is a first or second printing, there was a later edition with the title Baseball for Boys.
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2. 1927 date on cover is correct, but not sure if pre or post season, may be able to tell by reading inside.
3. Not first sporting news record, believe they go back to 1908 in smaller format.
5. Moreland is George Moreland, author of Balldom, 1914. These annual record books were used by newspapers as reference
6. Cache of these Paige's was found about that time, may have been a Sabr promotion.
9. Very nice copy of a great book. The cover is usually more damaged. Check the copyright page to see if it is a first or second printing, there was a later edition with the title Baseball for Boys.
Thanks a lot. It's second edition but 1910 copyright. Any idea what that moreland piece is worth? Never seen anything like it before.
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Here's a link to the Ruth catalog:
http://huntauctions.com/live/imagevi...1358&lot_qual=
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10) December 1927 Baseball Magazine featuring Huggins Vs. Bush. VG+/EX condition. I see these generally go for 30-250 based on content. Anyone familiar with this specific issue.





11) 15 inch Detroit Tigers Pennant. I can not date this. Any pennant guys?






12) Not sport related but such a cool graphic. 1938 Ken Magazine with an article in it written by ernest hemmingway. VG condition. Just figured I'd share it cause it's neat.








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Whoa! 750-1000? For that? I figured it was nice but not like that. Thanks so much for the help on the ruth!
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