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Old 06-23-2009, 02:38 AM
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Default Show your favorite advertising pieces...

This group took me a few years to put together but is easily my favorite. Now if I only had the money to frame them...

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Default one for now Old Judge

As I like to collect things that go with the card mfg's I could hog this thread a bit....but lets start with this old judge one... I guess they had a patent on taking out the ill effects of smoking (if you read the ad)...
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Old 06-23-2009, 08:25 AM
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Here are a few.
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Old 06-23-2009, 08:29 AM
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Goldsmith advertising sheet

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MATTY and AARON D.

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Old 06-23-2009, 08:40 AM
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Default Great stuff Guys! Leon, Please post more. Would love to see them.

Very Rare & Pristine "Babe Comes Home" handbill from 1927. Acquired from REA Auction 2008.


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"Speedy" staring Harold Lloyd and Babe Ruth - Lobby Photo & Handbill c.1920's
NOTE: The photo can be seen in the bottom right hand corner of the handbill.

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Old 06-23-2009, 10:01 AM
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Leon,
Wow! That Old Judge piece is awesome!
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Heres a couple of my favorites.
Jackie Robinson tie rack magazine ad and the tie rack itself.
And a Reach easel back sign with Joe D.
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Peach Gloves advertising poster c. 1912
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C1910 Piedmont sign for the T206 lovers


I have this great old snapshot photo of an airplane with the St Joe Baseball team advertised on the side of it.



And this 1930s uniform with Goetz Beer advertising on the back

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Corey:

That's an awesome piece!!! Can you list the names of all of the players pictured as its hard to read from the scan?

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Old 06-24-2009, 10:31 AM
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Default Sinclair Oil "Babe Ruth" Display

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Marketing piece (c. 1890) for a maker of farm machinery depicts (purportedly) Hall-of-Famer John Clarkson.
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left to right,

Chance, Kling, Stahl, Mathewson, Walsh, Cobb, Bender, Chance, Lajoie, Wagner, Archer, Bresnahan, Gibson, Baker, McGraw, Mack, Meyers, Speaker and Johnson
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Default advertising pieces

brooklyn dodgers schaefer sign. jackie robinson pin display. home run coffee, and a score card with a.j. reach adv.sorry about sticking the robert riger art work in the wrong post.
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Peach definitely has no association with Reach. Al Reach was a ballplayer turned sporting goods manufacturer who sold his Philadelphia company to Spalding, the more famous ballplayer turned equipment titan.

We know that Peach produced ball gloves from roughly 1911-16 in Gloversville, NY, but very little else is available to us. The name of the town speaks for itself. Immigrants settled in the area and applied their glove-making skills taken from Europe. Baseball gloves were a natural offshoot for the glove industry, so a few manufacturers popped up in the area... most notably Kennedy-Wells, better known as Ken-Wel.

The Peach advertising poster is absolutely magnificent! I seriously doubt that any of the players depicted were compensated for appearing on it. Interestingly, though players of the era are seen in advertisements for sporting equipment and in manufacturers' catalogs, actual player endorsements on gloves and mitts were sporadic in the teens. This practice didn't truly take off until the the 20's.
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Default Hires Baseball Kids Sign

30 inches wide by 22 inches tall
Here's a Hires Root Beer sign I've had a long time. I always thought it was about 1910, but someone told me it was from the 1890's. You can read the whole yarn about how I came into it here This sign is on the front cover of a book on root beer collectibles

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Been asleep at the wheel and missed looking at this thread for a while. Nice stuff guys. Carlton, love that Root Beer piece of yours.

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