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Tremendous 1890s-1980s Signed Index Cards Collection (1,175 Different) Including Numerous Deceased Players

Lot Number 465

Quantity: Bid Starts: 02/02/2015 12:00:00 
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This is a fresh-to-the-hobby grouping of EX to NM 3x5 index cards that were painstakingly put together from the late 1970s to early 1990s. Ranges from players who made their major league debut as early as the 1890s up until the 1980s, and features mostly bold "7-10" ink and felt tip signatures (some Sharpies in the mix). Players who began their major league career before 1920 have their rookie year in parenthesis after their names. What is missing as far as superstar players and recognizable names is more than made up for by the plethora of rare and obscure deceased old-timer signatures as well as notable tobacco-card subjects. Highlights include: “Pug” Allen (1919), Al Bridwell (1905), “Bullet Joe” Bush (1912), Bill Carrigan (1906), Paddy Driscoll (1917 – Football HOFer), Harry K. Fritz (1913), Lefty Leifield (1905), John J. Sadie McMahon (1890), Walter Mails (1915 – Produced eponymous 1924 WG7 Card Game), Jack Martin (1912), Paul Musser (1912), Fred Parent (1899), E.J. Pfeffer (1911), Johnny Rawlings (1911), Walter Schmidt (1916), C.C. Slapnicka (1911 – Double-signed), Walter Snell (1913) and Joe Wood (1908). Auction LOA from JSA. More on our website.

Additional highlights include: Les Backman (1909), Del Baker (1914), Tracey Baker (1911), Bob Berman (1918), Ivan E. Bigler (1917), John A. Billings (1913), Bernie Boland (1915), Al Boucher (1914 – Federal League), Jess Buckles (1916), Joseph F. Burns (1910), Leo D. Callahan (1913), Pete Compton (1911), R.E. Cook (1915), Mike Cullop (1913), William E. Culp (1910), Dave C. Danforth (1911), Arthur Dede (1916), George H. Dunlop (1913), Malcolm W. Eason (1900), F.H. Ellerbe (1919), Louis H. Fiene (1906), Gus H. Fisher (1911), Thomas C. Fisher (1902), John W. Flater (1908), George Foster (1913), William E. Friel (1901), Gus Getz (1909), Joseph H. Giebel (1913), Mike Gonzalez (1912), A.F. Gould (1916), Howard W. Gregory (1911), R.K. “Bob” Hasty (1919), Chester C. Hoff (1911), Stuart “Larry” Jacobus (1918), A. Rankin Johnson (1914), E.L. Kantlehner (1914), Vic Keen (1918), Elmer E. Knetzer (1909), Ernie Krueger (1913), Chas. B. Lear (1914), E.E. “Tiny” Leonard (1911), James Wickey McAvoy (1913), James V. McGarr (1912), George J. Maisel (1913), Willie Mitchell (1909), Eddie Mulligan (1915 – Cal. League Pres.), Walter H. Nagle (1911), Fred Nicholson (1917), J.A. “Bert” Niehoff (1913), Johnny Oldham (1913), Jack Onslow (1912), Andrew P. Oyler (1902), Charlie Pechous (1915), William H. Powell (1909), Troy L. Puckett (1911), Alex Remneas (1912), Dave Robertson (1912), John Rudolph (1903), H. Ruel (1915), Wee Willie Sherdel (1918), Joel P. Sherman (1915), Charlie “Chick” Shorten (1915), William J. “Bill” Steen (1912), Fuller Thompson (1911), J.A. “Shag” Thompson (1914), Sam B. Vick (1917), C.F. “Dixie” Walker (1917), Harry A. Weaver (1915), McKinley D. Wheat (1915), Rees Williams (1914) and Bill Zitzmann (1919 Reds).

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