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Thanks. In your second picture (the back), is that a Union/makerís mark on the curl or did the paint wear off?
MK is correct. It's a makers mark
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Bought a huge collection of pinback buttons in a small, obscure auction because I saw one New York Giants football button in the lot that I had never seen before. In addition to baseball pinbacks, I also collect New York Giants football ones.

They just arrived and there are buttons from as far back as the late 1800s. Some service awards, coat buttons and other miscellaneous trinkets are mixed in but hereís the Giants button. Apparently it was part of a set offered by Heinz Foods in 1967.
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As part of that lot that I bought, I also picked up a mid-80s Goose Gossage pinback and. Bobby Bonilla coin.
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Old 04-04-2024, 03:07 PM
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Another Yankee PM10 for the collection.
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Default Final no-hit pitcher framed larger format pinback collection

Finally completed and up on the wall in my office:
Here is my final no-hit pitcher framed larger format pinback collection.
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Finally completed and up on the wall in my office:
Here is my final no-hit pitcher framed larger format pinback collection.
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Default Smaller no-hit pitcher pinback collection updated

Since 2021 I managed to find another 14 smaller no-hit pitcher pinbacks.
Here is my updated framed collection which is now complete,
It's been a fun chase!
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Nice looking collection with a good variety of different pins.
Are your pins pinned to the backing material or held in place by the glass front?
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Nice looking collection with a good variety of different pins.
Are your pins pinned to the backing material or held in place by the glass front?
Hi Greg,
The pins are pinned to slightly padded cloth backing and then are under glass.
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I just picked up this 2 inch pin. I was hoping someone could confirm that it's referring to Leo Durocher. Also if it's a common pin and the approximate value. Thank you in advance!
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I just picked up this 2 inch pin. I was hoping someone could confirm that it's referring to Leo Durocher. Also if it's a common pin and the approximate value. Thank you in advance!
Iím not 100% sure but close to itÖ..Iíd say itís from the very tail end of Leoís stint with the Cubs. Probably late 60ís or (more likely to me) early 70ís. There are other pins from Leoís time with the Cubs, expressing satisfaction or dissatisfaction with his performance. Sorry I canít help with rarity or value.
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Iím not 100% sure but close to itÖ..Iíd say itís from the very tail end of Leoís stint with the Cubs. Probably late 60ís or (more likely to me) early 70ís. There are other pins from Leoís time with the Cubs, expressing satisfaction or dissatisfaction with his performance. Sorry I canít help with rarity or value.
Thanks!! Does the 73 by the union mark means it was made in 73?
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Thanks!! Does the 73 by the union mark means it was made in 73?
Considering the color of the pin and possibly being made in 1973 it would be for Durocher's stint as the Houston Astros manager in late '72 and all of '73.
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Considering the color of the pin and possibly being made in 1973 it would be for Durocher's stint as the Houston Astros manager in late '72 and all of '73.
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I just picked up this 2 inch pin. I was hoping someone could confirm that it's referring to Leo Durocher. Also if it's a common pin and the approximate value. Thank you in advance!
Then again it could be a political candidate or something else completely unrelated to baseball.
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Then again it could be a political candidate or something else completely unrelated to baseball.
That's why I was hoping that someone could say for sure if it was about Durocher or not. I think it probably is, but I'm not positive.
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Then again it could be a political candidate or something else completely unrelated to baseball.
Could be, but weíve seen the Leo Must Go and Leo Must StayÖ.those are beseball.
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Could be, but weíve seen the Leo Must Go and Leo Must StayÖ.those are beseball.
Thatís true. But the Leo Must Go and Stay pins have been clearly documented through ads selling them in the early 70s. In 50 years of collecting I have never seen this other Leo pin connected with Dorocher.
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Thatís true. But the Leo Must Go and Stay pins have been clearly documented through ads selling them in the early 70s. In 50 years of collecting I have never seen this other Leo pin connected with Dorocher.
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Im with Mike 50 years of collecting I have never seen this pin associated with Leo Dorocher... Probably political.. who knows Even in Pauls book there are pins shown that over time had nothing to do with baseball he believed they were.. even if it is at best in my opinion a 10 to 20 dollar pin... If it were mine I absolutely not say its baseball.. Ed a big reach on this one my friend...
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Im with Mike 50 years of collecting I have never seen this pin associated with Leo Dorocher... Probably political.. who knows Even in Pauls book there are pins shown that over time had nothing to do with baseball he believed they were.. even if it is at best in my opinion a 10 to 20 dollar pin... If it were mine I absolutely not say its baseball.. Ed a big reach on this one my friend...
I wasn't sure, that's why I was asking. I don't want to misrepresent it for being something that it isn't.
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Even in Pauls book there are pins shown that over time had nothing to do with baseball he believed they were..
Very true. The Muchinsky book has a pinback from a Richmond minor league hockey team that he attributed to baseball.
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What do you guys think? Is this a baseball or football pin back? Maybe Chicago Cardinals football?
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What do you guys think? Is this a baseball or football pin back? Maybe Chicago Cardinals football?
Hi Jim That pin is for the University of Chicago football pin..Usually has a large metal football attached to it....
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Hi Jim That pin is for the University of Chicago football pin..Usually has a large metal football attached to it....
Thanks, Al. Itís part of a small group that I just picked up so I was hoping it had some kind of sports connection.
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This little gem just arrived from out in the wild. Can anyone tell me a year on this or if itís part of an actual set? Or is it just considered a style of PM10? Itís even got the nice vintage rust on the backside.
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Jim not really considered a PM10 pin as it is only about 7/8s of an inch across.A nice little pin Appling had a long career with Chicago 1930 to 1950 Pin is probably late 30s early 40s. Is common but a nice pin for the collection....
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Pinback was produced for ĎLuke Appling Dayí in 1947 - and was presented on a placard that thanked fans for donating to the Luke Appling Fund - FYI.
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That’s tremendous! I love finding things that are specific to a particular year but then to a particular day and event? That is amazing. Thank you all for your information.

I would imagine then that this was only available that one day? Or does anyone know if it was sold outside the stadium after the day? I guess I can look back and see what the attendance was that day but to me I would think that it would be a fairly scarce item, no?

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Somewhat pinback related, Iím always on the hunt for display cases for my pins and such. I stumbled across this one today. Itís a plastic case with a glass front and I think it would be great to keep in my truck so that when Iím out in the wild and I find a nice pin, I can put it somewhere to protect it for the ride home. itís got an interesting snap closure. Iíve never seen one like this before.
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Thatís tremendous! I love finding things that are specific to a particular year but then to a particular day and event? That is amazing. Thank you all for your information.

I would imagine then that this was only available that one day? Or does anyone know if it was sold outside the stadium after the day? I guess I can look back and see what the attendance was that day but to me I would think that it would be a fairly scarce item, no?
Very weirdÖ.Retrosheet shows the White Sox playing at home on 5/30/47 and a doubleheader on 6/2/47Ö..no game on June 1.
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Very weirdÖ.Retrosheet shows the White Sox playing at home on 5/30/47 and a doubleheader on 6/2/47Ö..no game on June 1.
I believe it was actually a special event that they invited fans to separate from a game. They had doubleheaders on 5/30 and 6/2 from what I can see so I believe they were actually off on 6/1 and just held it as a special event.
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I believe it was actually a special event that they invited fans to separate from a game. They had doubleheaders on 5/30 and 6/2 from what I can see so I believe they were actually off on 6/1 and just held it as a special event.
Would make more sense that it was scheduled for June 1, rained out, played as a doubleheader on the 2nd.
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Would make more sense that it was scheduled for June 1, rained out, played as a doubleheader on the 2nd.
Thatís a possibility as well.
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Pretty good price for this pair.

https://bid.robertedwardauctions.com...?itemid=177320
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Got a bunch of new pinback buttons in today and this is probably my favorite one, a 1934 Quaker Oats Babe Ruth club pinback button.

Iíll probably never be able to afford a playing days Ruth Yankees card, but this is the next best thing. Itís cracked and pretty beat up, but itís real and itís mine.
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These two were free ones that the seller threw in with the Babe Ruth pinback: a 1932 Orbit Gum Jack Burns and 1934 Cracker Jack Wesley Ferrell. Man, these two are rough!
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Another pinback in the Ruth lot that bought was this neat Tigers one.
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This is a random one in that same lot that I bought. I doubt that it has anything to do with sports, but has anyone ever seen this one before?
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Someone got a very nice deal on this pair, I would say:

https://bid.robertedwardauctions.com...?itemid=177199
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Donít know that much about pins, but wanted to have a nice one to go in my Cobb collection.
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Donít know that much about pins, but wanted to have a nice one to go in my Cobb collection.
What a beauty! And a tough one, to boot. Awesome score!
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Donít know that much about pins, but wanted to have a nice one to go in my Cobb collection.
That is a really sweet pin - congrats!
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Another find from an obscure, online auction - 1980 World Series pinback.
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After a brief hiatus (and a couple of surgical procedures), we are back doing the TSOG Videos. Our "return from the dead" video features the Pins of Jackie Robinson. Below is the link, and hope you enjoy!

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After a brief hiatus (and a couple of surgical procedures), we are back doing the TSOG Videos. Our "return from the dead" video features the Pins of Jackie Robinson. Below is the link, and hope you enjoy!

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Another great installment! Iím kind of surprised a whale like you doesnít have the Brooklyn Eagle pin.
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Another great installment! Iím kind of surprised a whale like you doesnít have the Brooklyn Eagle pin.
Maybe a Beluga Whale and that's a big stretch. One chromosome away from a dolphin, haha.

Never shelled out for a Brooklyn Eagle, and now it's too late. That ship has definitely sailed.
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