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1880s-2000s Multi-Sport/Non-Sport Memorabilia/Ephemera/Publication Treasure Chest with Mantle Statue

Lot Number 1311

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Find a trove of ancient to modern treasures, with this 1880s-2000s multi-sport and non-sport treasure chest lot. This far reaching bundle is stuffed with memorabilia, publications and ephemera, with baseball items leading the way. Condition is generally pleasing and resale potential rides high.

Featured are:



c.2000s New York Yankees Monument Park statue (NM) in original box that shows moderate wear

c.1950s glass baseball bank (NM) with Cleveland Indians decal on top 

1960s Coca-Cola "Ball of Fame" baseball stat wheel (VG) with deference to pinholes

c.1960 Wilt Chamberlain 45RPM record in plain paper sleeve, shows considerable signs of use

c.1970s MLB 1" diameter pin complete set of all (24) teams average (EX-MT to NM-MT)

1985 Pete Rose "Ty-Breaker-Year" cardboard fan (NM-MT)

(2) 1990s "Cal's Choice" flattened milk cartons with Cal Ripken Jr. photo endorsement, both (NM)

1995 Rich Ashburn 4" diameter photo pin with Hall of Fame induction ribbons (NM-MT)

"The Pride of the Phillies" c.1993 lithograph of Lenny Dykstra by Dick Perez, who have both signed on the bottom border with ("8-9") potency, professionally framed and matted in excellent condition to overall dimensions of 29-1/2 x 35-1/2" and LE numbered "113/200"

1998 Bradford exchange Mark McGwire 8" plate (NM-MT) 




(5) Super Bowl programs average (EX-MT to NM+): XX, XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV

(3) Sports Illustrated magazines: 5/11/59 (VG); 9/25/72 (GD); 10/16/72 with Wilt chamberlain cover (FR)

(4) Sport magazines: 5/54 (FR-GD); 10/54 with Mickey Mantle cover, back cover and last page are detached, front cover presents VG details; 5/57 (GD-VG); 2/58 (GD-VG)

(5) Life magazines: (2) 8/18/61 with Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris cover (VG-EX, FR-GD); (2) 7/30/65 with Mickey Mantle cover (EX, GD-VG); 3/5/71 with Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier cover (EX-MT)

(2) Saturday Evening Post magazines: 5/24/47 (VG+); 5/22/48 (GD) with minor tape repair on the spine
1949 Philadelphia Warriors program (GD-VG) with tape repair on centerfold scorecard

(5) Football assorted magazines: 1947 Street and Smith's Yearbook (GD+); 1947 Scholastic Coach (GD); 1949 Complete Football (GD); 1950 All Street and Smith's All Star Sports Football (FR); 1952 Illustrated Football Annual (FR)

1953 Dell Who's Who in Sports magazine (GD) 

1956 Palestra Illustrated basketball program with Temple and Villanova (VG)

1963 Army-Navy football program with Roger Staubach pictured on page 140 (GD+)

(2) Chicago Black Hawks programs: 1961-1962 (FR); 1962-1963 (VG-EX+)

c.1970s The Dodgers All-Time Greats pictorial history magazine with Sandy Koufax and Jackie Robinson cover (GD) with writing on the front

1970 New York Yankees program (GD)

1971 Philadelphia Phillies program (VG-EX)

1991 Baltimore Orioles Final Series at Memorial Stadium program (NM+)

c.1992 Oriole Park at Camden Yards program (NM-MT)

1995 Cal Ripken Jr. Official Commemorative program (NM-MT)

1992 Cartwright's Journal of Baseball Collectibles magazine; presents NM details, however one page is damaged due to a production error; contains three pages of premium quality multi-sport cards 

1996 Yankees Magazine (VG)

(2) 2002 MLB All-Star Game programs both (NM-MT)

(2) 2002 NLCS programs both (NM)

2002 John Henry "Pop" Lloyd Awards program (EX)

2003 Philadelphia Phillies yearbook (EX-MT)

2004 Philadelphia Eagles program (NM-MT) 




1950 Philadelphia Inquirer Fightin' Phillies newspaper clipping card complete set of (24), housed in a binder with neatly trimmed clippings mounted with corner hinges on backer boards, all present handsomely with deference to discoloring on the corners and borders

(21) 1939 Baseball Centennial First Day Covers all postmarked "1939", range (VG to EX-MT)

c.1940s Chesterfield ad with multi-player endorsement, including Ted Williams (VG) in a 12x16 matting
1944 Washington Senators scorecard (FR) scored vs Yankees

(3) Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves marketing materials, all in pleasing condition: 2/26/58 TLS signed by public relations director Donald Davidson with original envelope; stamped 1967 souvenirs brochure; 1970 Prospectus fan newsletter

(3) 1970 Press notes sheets average (EX): (2) Yankees; (1) Senators

(2) Matchbook covers with photos, both show VG details: 1930s Clem Loughlin/Chicago Black Hawks; 1950 Bucky Harris/Washington Senators 

(6) 1960s Strictly Fun Baseball Series candy and toy box hand cut panels show average NM details

2000 Set of (20) Legends of Baseball postage stamps, each on an individual envelope with commemorative postmark stamp, average (NM to MT)

(3) Assorted baseball cachets average (NM to MT): 1985 Yankees Old Timers Day; 1999 Hall of Fame Induction; 2008 Phillies World Series Champions

(5) Baseball postcards: 1918 East Greenville, PA. "Champions" team RPPC (EX)' 1910s humor PC (VG-EX); (2) different c.1940s Yankee Stadium linen types (EX-MT+, VG); c.1990s Rube Oldring

1990 Perez-Steele Master works baseball postcard complete set of (25) average (NM to MT) in original factory box

(7) 2000-2005 Baseball All-Star Game ballots average (NM)

(5) 1880s non-sport trade cards range (FR to VG-EX)

(51) 1910s-1950s Non-sport postcards present VG to EX-MT details, with deference to 75% with album paper/adhesive residue on the reverse

Also present is a small assortment of cards/flats/other in generally pleasing condition with: (4) baseball photo cards; SF 49ers bookmark; Philadelphia Flyers birthday card; (2) 1981 Topps giant baseball cards; Chicago Cubs coupon brochure; (2) Super Bowl wagering tickets; 1951 Hit Parade of Champions box only; 1995 Cal Ripken Jr. "2131" commemorative over-sized ticket

Frames included with lots: while we make every effort to protect the frames included in these lots during pre-auction storage and post-auction shipping, we are not responsible for any damage to the frames themselves, and no refunds will be given due to frame damage.


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