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Lot 284.  5 1950s Tobacco Ads with Athletes Such as Mantle, Spahn, Lemon, Wynn, Berra, Etc. These ads are from magazines. Three different for Camels range from 9.75” x 12.5” to 10.5” x almost 14”. Mickey Mantle is in two of them, and so are Early Wynn, Red Schoendienst, Ted Kluszewski and Harvey Haddix. Bob Lemon and Warren Spahn are in all three. Richie Ashburn, Yogi Berra, Enos Slaughter, Billy Martin also make appearances. One ad is vg and two are vg-ex; one is mounted on stiff paper. Mantle appears in two two-page ads. In an ad for Phillies Cigars, he is on one page, and one of his sons, on another. The ad offers a Rawlings baseball glove and an “autographed color picture of Mickey Mantle” for 20 Phillies cigar bands and $3.39. The pages are divided and vg-ex. In the other two-page ad, Mantle joins Sam Snead, Zoe Ann Olsen and Pancho Gonzales in endorsing Viceroy Cigarettes. The pages remain joined and have holes where staples once held them in place; otherwise, ex.
Winning Bid $20     

Lot 285.  10 1950s-60s Mickey Mantle Magazine Ads - Timex, Kodak, Lifebuoy, Haggar Slacks, Etc. Ex condition group – all featuring Mantle as a New York Yankees star. Eight of the ads are full-page, and one occupies two pages from an issue of “Boy’s Life.” All different, including two Timex, Brookfield Clothes, two different in color promoting prize offerings from the Junior Sales Club of America, Lifebuoy Soap with a coupon for a booklet by Mantle on how to hit, Bantron stop smoking tablets, Kodak – color ad, Weller Power Tools, and a half page for Haggar Slacks.
Winning Bid $25     

Lot 286.  7 1950s-60s Mickey Mantle Ads for Sporting Goods from Rawlings or Louisville Slugger. Six of these ads take up a half page, primarily in “Boy’s Life,” for Rawlings gloves, shoes or both. A one-column by 7” ad features Mantle and Ernie Banks promoting Louisville Slugger bats and a pen and pencil set in bat form. Three ads make use of two colors. Ex, nice, and very affordable.
Winning Bid $15     

Lot 292.  1978 Poster of the World Champion New York Yankees. These Yankees defeated the Boston Red Sox in a one-game playoff for the A.L. East title, beat Kansas City in the ALCS and became the MLB Champion in a six-game World Series against Los Angeles. Ron Guidry won the Cy Young Award, and the team featured such other stars as Goose Gossage, Sparky Lyle, Catfish Hunter, Thurman Munson, Reggie Jackson, Mickey Rivers and Graig Nettles. The poster from Burger King is 17” x 22”, features Frank Becerra artwork and is ex-m.
Winning Bid $10     

Lot 293.  20 Coca-Cola 1979 “Baseball Greats” Posters – 10 Babe Ruth and 10 Casey Stengel. The 18” x 24” posters of these Hall of Fame members feature multiple images of each by Ted Nichols, a widely acclaimed commercial artist. The greatest player of the 20th century, Ruth was in the first Hall of Fame Class in 1936. One of the most successful and colorful mangers of the 20th century, Stengel was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1966. In addition to the artwork, each poster contains a written profile of the Baseball Great. The Ruth poster is the third is a series of four, and the Stengel poster, the fourth. The other players are Willie Mays and Stan Musial. These 20 posters are nm-m.
Winning Bid $55     

Lot 297.  Looney Tunes Cooperstown Collection “Bugs Meets ‘The Babe’” Print. Bugs Bunny and Babe Ruth are joined by the Tasmanian Devil, Porky Pig and Daffy Duck in this 18” x 16” print, double-matted and framed to 27.5” x 24”. The print is mint, and the frame, nm-m.
Winning Bid $50     

Lot 311.  1944 St. Louis Browns at New York Yankees Program. The 16-page program is unscored and vg+ with a light vertical crease and the center folio loose. Despite the absence of household names, these Browns represented the American League in the World Series. Their manager, Luke Sewell, was “The Sporting News” Manager of the Year. For the season, shortstop Vern Stephens was the team’s leading batter with 20 home runs, 106 RBI and a .293 average. First baseman Mike Kreevich batted .301, and pitchers Nels Potter and Jack Kramer won 19 and 17 games, respectively. All are in the pre-printed lineup or roster. Joe Page, Snuffy Stirnweiss, Johnny Lindell and Hank Borowy are among more familiar Yankees names.
Winning Bid $30     

Lot 316.  1952 St. Louis Browns at New York Yankees Program. The cover of the 24-page program proclaims Yank2ee Stadium “Home of Champions” and lists the Yankees’ championships from 1921 through 1951. Their 1951 World Series title was their third straight. The 1952 Yankees made it four in a row. The program is vg+, clean and sharp with a crease on the front cover. Names have been added to the scorecard, which has the top half of the first inning scored in pencil. Future Hall of Fame names are plentiful in the lineups and rosters – Phil Rizzuto, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Johnny Mize, Bill Dickey (coach) and Casey Stengel for the Yankees and Satchel Paige, an All-Star in 1952, for the Browns. The program recognizes Stengel for his success as the Yankees’ manager and presents an All-Time Yankee Team to mark the Bronx Bombers’ 50th season in the American League. Four of the players are pictured.
Winning Bid $30     

Lot 321.  Babe Ruth 1915 World Series Boston Red Sox Replica Ring. Boston defeated Philadelphia in five games. The metal alloy ring is nicely detailed with Ruth’s name and the year on one shoulder. Mint.
Winning Bid $10     

Lot 324.  Yogi Berra Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Replica Ring. Berra was inducted in 1972. The metal alloy ring has his number, name and his first and last MLB seasons on the head and career highlights on one shoulder. Mint.
Winning Bid $25     

Lot 329.  Joe DiMaggio 1955 Baseball Hall of Fame Replica Ring. Nm metal alloy ring with DiMaggio’s name around his uniform number on the head, career statistics on one shoulder and his name and recognition of his 56-game hitting streak on the other.
Winning Bid $30     

Lot 332.  Derek Jeter 2000 New York Yankees World Champions Replica Ring. In 2000, by defeating the New York Mets in five games, the Yankees increased their World Series championship to more than 27 percent – or slightly more than one out of four World Series ever played. Jeter was the MVP. The metal alloy mint ring has the Yankees’ logo in simulated diamonds surrounded by “World Champions 2000” on the head, and Jeter’s name and “26th” over the World Series trophy on one shoulder. A different Yankees’ logo is on the other shoulder.
Winning Bid $35     

Lot 333.  Derek Jeter New York Yankees 2009 World Champions Replica Ring. As part of his Baseball Hall of Fame career, Jeter batted .407 and scored five runs to help the Yankees defeat Philadelphia in six games. Mint metal alloy outstanding ring.
Winning Bid $35     

Lot 334.  Mickey Mantle 1974 Baseball Hall of Fame Replica Ring. On the head of this ring, Mantle’s name is on either side of his uniform number, and the span of his MLB career, 1951-68, is above and below. One should presents career highlights, including his 536 home runs and the year of his HoF induction. The other has a facsimile autograph, an image of Yankee Stadium and the date of Mantle’s retirement. Mint metal alloy ring.
Winning Bid $35     

Lot 335.  Don Mattingly New York Yankees 1997 Retirement Replica Ring. The head of this mint metal alloy ring says “Don Mattingly Captain” around his uniform number. One shoulder has an engraving of Yankee Stadium with “1984 A.L. Batting Champion” above, and the other notes his 1985 A.L. MVP Award and provides his career batting average and retirement date.
Winning Bid $15     

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