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Lot 17.  Reggie Jackson Signed 1999 Upper Deck Century Legends Epic Signatures Card. Jackson has added “44” to his autograph, which appears on this nm-m card in blue sharpie. The signature is gem mint 10. The card contains this authentication: “This certificate expressly warrants the authenticity of the depicted athlete’s signature.” Jackson is depicted.
Winning Bid $61     


Lot 21.  Autographs of Hall of Fame Stars Frank Frisch and George Sisler on Unlined Index Cards. Elected to the HoF in 1947, Frisch was a three-time All-Star and World Series champion as a second baseman. As a player-manager in 1934, he led the St. Louis Cardinals to another World Championship. In 1931, he was the N.L. MVP. After playing first base from 1915-30, Sisler was inducted into the HoF in 1939. In 1922, he led the A.L. in hitting with a .420 average and was the league’s MVP. His .340 career averages places him 16th on the all-time MLB list. Both autographs are mint 9 to gem mint 10. Frisch added “The Old Flash” above his name. Kevin Keating authenticated the autographs. Frisch ranked 88th, and Sisler, 33rd, on “The Sporting News” list of Top 100 players of the 20th century. Both Frisch and Sisler died in March 1973.
Winning Bid $81     


Lot 47.  13 Cards Issued Autographed by Leaf or Bowman – 5 Signed by Pete Rose, 1 by Micah Johnson. In 2012, Leaf issued a set of 13 “Living Legend” cards autographed by Rose. The five offered here are AU-16, AU-28, AU-35, AU-39 and AU-46. Each card has a different b&w photo on the front. Rose remains MLB’s all-time leader in hits. His other accomplishments and awards include Rookie of the Year, MVP, three batting titles, two Gold Gloves and three World Series rings. Johnson signed a Bowman 2014 Inception card, PA-MJ. After limited success as a second baseman with the White Sox, Dodgers and Braves, Johnson launched a successful career as an artist. His works have been featured in articles in “Sports Illustrated” and other publications. The seven other autographs are from Topps’ Bowman Chrome issues – a 2015 card of Trevor Gott, BCAP-TGO, and six 2014 cards of Ryan Ripken, BCA-RR. Used in relief, Gott has posted a 12-4 record in five seasons with the Angels, Nationals and Giants. Ripken, Cal’s son, has been a first baseman and designated hitter in the minors. Authenticity is guaranteed by the card manufacturers. The signatures are mint 9 and gem mint 10.
Winning Bid $152     


Lot 96.  1888 Rafael Tuck & Sons Artistic Series Baseball – Detroit. Ten die-cut color lithographed figures in their 19th century uniforms comprise this set. Each card is labeled with the name of a major league team. This die-cut represents “Detroits.” It has glue and scrapbook residue on the blank back. Otherwise, it is nm to nm-m.
Winning Bid $68     


Lot 97.  Early 1900s A.S. Hinds Co. Baseball Stamp. The stamp is truly a work of art. The full-color front depicts a player sliding into a base while an opposing player attempts to tag him. Text promotes “HINDS Honey and Almond Cream for Sunburn.” The promotional effort continues on the back with: “Hinds honey and almond Cream - Protects and improves the complexion. Cleanses and purifies the skin. Heals irritated, eruptive conditions. Quickly relieves sunburn, windburn, chapping. Softens and freshens dry, sallow skin. Is not greasy; cannot grow hair. Selling everywhere. Bottles, 50c. Cold Cream tubes 25c. Insist on having Hinds Cream. Made by A. S. Hinds, Portland, Me., U.S.A.” This stamp is part of a set of 24 stamps covering a wide range of subjects. All of the stamps were issued to promote “Hinds Honey and Almond Cream.” Scarce and ex+.
Winning Bid $40     


Lot 98.  1909-1911 Colgan’s Chips George Hunter. F.
Winning Bid $10     


Lot 99.  2 1909-11 T206 Baseball Cards – Tim Jordan (Brooklyn Portrait) and Bill Milligan. Both of these cards look fantastic. Each has sharp corners. Each is free of creases and stains. Unfortunately, each also shows evidence of trimming, an observation supported by a PSA review. The Jordan portrait has a Piedmont 150 subjects back, and the Milligan, a Sweet Caporal 350 subjects back.
Winning Bid $75     


Lot 100.  3 1909-1911 M101-2 “Sporting News” Supplements – Brown, Evers and Schulte. John J. “Johnny” Evers was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1946, and Mordecai Brown, in 1949. The Brown supplement is from Dec. 9, 1909; Evers, from Jan. 6, 1910, and Frank Schulte, from March 2, 1911. These supplements grade poor. The Brown and Schulte supplements are trimmed to about 7.5” x 9.5”, roughly the size of the supplements issued early in 1909. Schulte’s supplement has tape on one edge of the blank back; the Evers has a .75” x 3.75” strip of tape in the lower right. Brown’s supplement has a stain along much of the top. Player images display nicely.
Winning Bid $61     


Lot 101.  1910-1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinet Card #78 Home Run Baker. John Franklin Baker had a Hall of Famer career 1908-22 with the Philadelphia Athletics and New York Yankees. The Veterans Committee selected him for HoF induction in 1955. Baker’s image displays nicely, and the back of the card has the scarcer Turkey Red advertising. The card grades p. Four creases are evident on the front, almost completely in the border; two creases are heavy. The card also shows four tiny spots of paper loss. The lower left corner has been repaired, and color has been added to it and to the upper left corner. Two strips of linen tape, each about 1 ¼” x 1 1/8”, are on the back at the top.
Winning Bid $152     


Lot 102.  1910-1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinet #83 Al Bridwell. A pugnacious shortstop, Bridwell played for six different teams in Cincinnati, Boston, New York, Chicago and St. Louis. While playing for the Giants, he was suspended after punching the future HoF manager John McGraw in the nose. One source puts the suspension at two games, and another, at two weeks. A strip of 5/8” linen tape across the back of the card at the top pushes it into p territory. Without the tape, the card would grade g. An area of foxing ¼” wide runs along the front border of the card. The upper right corner has a 1¼” crease, and the lower right corner is slightly chipped. The eye-appeal of Bridwell’s image is strong. This cabinet card features the rarer “Turkey Red Cigarettes” back.
Winning Bid $83     


Lot 103.  1910-1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinet #113 Bugs Raymond. Raymond pitched for the Tigers, Cardinals and Giants. The card is free of creases, and the front, with a ¼” strip of light, barely noticeable border foxing, would warrant a vg-ex grade. The back shows some minor paper loss and has a 5/8” strip of linen tape across the top. The front of the card is striking, with exceptionally strong color.
Winning Bid $113     


Lot 104.  1910-1911 T3 Turkey Red Cabinet #115 Admiral Schlei. George Henry Schlei served in the U.S. Navy with the rank of admiral during the 1898 Spanish-American War. He was a catcher for Cincinnati 1904-08 and for the New York Giants 1909-11. His card shows light creasing near the lower right border and light foxing, about ¼” wide, along the front border. The back shows some minor paper loss and has a 5/8” strip of linen tape across the top. If it did not have the tape on the back, the card would grade g. The front displays very nicely.
Winning Bid $102     


Lot 105.  3 Different “Sporting News” Supplements – 2 1910 and 1 1926. The M101-2 supplements, each 7 5/8” x 9 5/8” as issued, feature Orval Overall (Feb. 3, 1910) f+, and Arthur (Solly) Hofman (Dec. 15, 1910) g-vg. Glenn Wright is the subject of the M101-7 Nov. 4, 1926 supplement. It measures 7 1/8” x 9 7/8” as issued and is vg+.
Winning Bid $20     


Lot 106.  18 Different 1911 T332 Helmar Stamps – Brown, Cobb, Lajoie, Wheat and More! The stamps are laminated and therefore poor. Their appearance is better. They surround a newsprint photo of an unknown boxer, but possibly Kid Shea of Waterbury, CT. The stamps are on a 7.25” x 9.5” scrapbook page. Here is the complete list of players: Birmingham, Bridwell, BROWN, COBB, Cicotte, Donlin, Drucke, Evans, Knabe, Konetchy, LAJOIE, McIntire, McLean, Snodgrass, Street, Turner, WALSH and WHEAT. Stamps of two actresses, Violet Dale and Lillian Herlein, also decorate the page. In nm condition, the baseball stamps are valued in excess of $1,700.
Winning Bid $138     


Lot 107.  3 1911 E137 Zeenut Pacific Coast League Cards. As issued, the size of these cards varies. We’ve listed the card’s size with the condition. Halla, LA, 2 3/16” x 4,” creases, small border scuff, f. Knight, Oakland, 2 3/16” x 4,” one heavy crease, small stain on front, two on back, g. Naylor, S.F., 2 5/32” x 4 1/16,” stains on the blank back that do not affect the front, vg-ex.
Winning Bid $332     




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