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New York Baseball Memorabilia   17 Lots       »   

Lot 280.  New York Baseball Memorabilia – Seaver-Edited Script, Programs, Etc. A script for a 2003 New York Mets “Welcome Home Dinner” features edited remarks presented by HoF pitcher Tom Seaver. Our consignor obtained the script from Seaver after the event. Also: 2. Program for the 2006 Baseball Assistance Team (B.A.T.) dinner. Includes player biographies and some photos. Nm. 3-5. Three 2004 B.A.T. programs: vintage Yankees on the cover. Nm. 6-10. Five programs for the 2005 B.A.T. dinner. Roberts and Gibson on the cover, nm. 11-12. Two B.A.T. caps. 13-21. Nine commemorative Fotoballs for the Mets, Yankees or both. Group includes Subway Series balls, 1999 ALCS, Babe Ruth. Mint in original packages. 22. 11” x 16” Mantle Photo matted to 16” x 20”. 23. 2 ½” pin honoring the 1977 Yankees, ex-m. 24. Audio tape titled “New York Yankees Greatest Hits,” mint. 25-27. Perez-Steele postcards of Ruth, Gehrig, Dickey, g.
Winning Bid $55.

Lot 281.  Homemade Paperweight with an Unusual Image of Babe Ruth. Paperweight is about 2 ¾” x 3 ¾”.
Winning Bid $50.

Lot 282.  Babe Ruth Foundation Plaque, Records. The attractive bronze-colored plaque consists of two sections: a 5” medallion that shows Ruth in a batting follow-through pose and a 2 ¾” x 5” plate that says “The Babe Ruth Foundation Sportsmanship Award - In Honor of Babe Ruth Whose Contribution to American Youth Will Live Forever.” Nm. Accompanying the plaque are two copies of the 33 1/3 rpm 7” record, “The Greatest Moments in Sports.” Picturing Ruth and Lou Gehrig on the sleeves, these records feature the voices the Yankee duo, Joe Louis, Knute Rockne, Jesse Owens and many others. Both record are ex-m, and the sleeves are vg.
Winning Bid $35.

Lot 283.  Yankees Grab Bag Featuring DiMaggio and Mantle. 1. Two beautifully illustrated postcards from Joe DiMaggio’s Restaurant in San Francisco. Both show DiMaggio batting. One also shows his brothers Dominic and Vincent. One is postmarked 1941, and the other is unused. 2. 8” x 10” photo of DiMaggio on a fishing boat. 3. Three N.Y. Yankees “Part of a Proud City’s Tradition” 11” X 14” cardboard posters sponsored by Budweiser. Players illustrated on the posters are Mantle, Maris, Rizzuto, DiMaggio, Reynolds, Munson, Dickey, Howard and Berra. 4. Menu from Mickey Mantle’s Central Park restaurant. 5. Folio containing two 4” x 5” Mantle color photo prints. 6. Aug. 14, 1995 National Edition of the New York Daily News features: “The Mick 1931-1995,” a 24-page commemorative special. Mantle is pictured on the front cover. 7. Nov. 6, 1948 Timely Events 11” x 17” poster with a “Welcome Back” to Bill Dickey, who signed a coaching contract with the Yankees. Except for the Timely Events poster, which has multiple folds and creases, these items are in very nice condition.
Winning Bid $83.

Lot 284.  1952 New York Yankees Season Press Pass. This press pass was issued to Leonard Lewin of the New York Mirror. He wrote for the Mirror 1938-63 and the New York Post 1963-93. The pass is in ex condition.
Winning Bid $68.

Lot 285.  A Pair of 1955 World Series Passes. The 1955 World Series between the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees is legendary. It is the only World Series the Dodgers ever won. It went the full seven games. The first pass reads, “1955 Yankees Clubhouse, Baseball Writers Ass’n, 1955 World Series No. 135 (Not Good For Admission To Stadium).” The Yankees logo and No. 135 appear on it in red ink. The pass itself is green made of light cardboard. Other text appears in blue ink. Although the pass retains nice eye appeal, there are multiple creases. The second pass reads, “1955 World Series, Ebbetts Field-Brooklyn, N.Y. Reporter, The Dodgers, Ebbetts Field. This Badge Must Be Worn At All Times. Game 3-4-5-X (Enter at Press Gate).” “Reporter” and the number “79” appear in red ink. The pass retains nice eye appeal with only one rather light inoffensive crease.
Winning Bid $185.

Lot 286.  10-Inch Plate Commemorating Don Larsen’s World Series Perfect Game. The New York Yankees’ pitcher achieved perfection against the Brooklyn Dodgers in Game 5 of the 1956 World Series on Oct. 8. Larsen faced the minimum number of Brooklyn batters, 27. He struck out seven. Dodgers pitcher Sal Maglie, a former Yankee, turned in a credible performance, giving up two runs on five hits. Titled “The Perfect Game,” the plate shows Yankee Stadium in the background and the box score below Larsen’s image. The Henberad Corporation produced the undated plate for the Little-Jones Co. The plate, which sits on a display easel, is mint. Uncommon.
Winning Bid $45.

Lot 287.  1961 World Series Ticket Stub for the Deciding Game 5 at Crosley Field. The New York Yankees clinched the series with the Reds in Game 5 by scoring 11 runs in the first four innings. Hector Lopez, substituting for the injured Mickey Mantle, slammed a triple and home run and drove in five runs. Colorful vg stub lightly creased and the separation neatly completed.
Winning Bid $40.

Lot 288.  Mickey Mantle 12” x 15” Pencil Drawing Print by Dan McKee. Framed to 18” x 22” and nm-m.
Minimum Bid $25.

Lot 289.  16” x 20” Print of Thurman Munson by Robert Stephen Simon. Dated 1992 and signed by Simon, this photographic artist’s proof features four images of the New York Yankees’ catcher. Nm. MB $25. 290. Thurman Munson 12” x 15” Pencil Drawing Print by Dan McKee. Framed to 18” x 22” without glass. Nm.
Minimum Bid $25.

Lot 290.  Thurman Munson 12” x 15” Pencil Drawing Print by Dan McKee. Framed to 18” x 22” without glass. Nm.
Minimum Bid $25.

Lot 291.  Jackie Robinson Collection. 1. 1950 Wheaties ad from a Life-sized magazine, vg-ex. Ad mentions Robinson’s winning the N.L. MVP Award in 1949. 2-3. Two 5 ½” x 14” ads for the 1950 movie “The Jackie Robinson Story” starring Robinson. Vg-ex with better copy and image area. 4-5. Two articles on Robinson, one from a 1947 issue of Life and the other from a 1951 issue of Boy’s Life. 6. 11” x 14” sepia photo of Robinson making a play at second base. 7. 8” x 10” sepia photo of Robinson matted with a black and bronze name plate to 11” x 17”.
Minimum Bid $25.

Lot 292.  Original 1955 RC Cola Ad with Jim Gilliam Prepared for “Negro Newspapers.” In 1953, Gilliam was Rookie of the Year as the Brooklyn Dodgers’ second baseman. One of the team’s more popular players, he appears in an ad saying that “RC is the cola I drink because RC tastes so good!” This display version of the ad is 11 ½” x 17 ¼” and ex on newsprint. Dated June 28, 1955, the ad was prepared by the New York ad firm Batten, Barton, Durstine & Osborn. Copies of this ad have surfaced; this is an original.
Minimum Bid $35.

Lot 293.  New York Giants Cigarette Lighter Attributed to Team Owner Horace Stoneham. This Zippo lighter has the Giants logo on the front, along with the words “Mayfair Inn, Sanford, Fla.” The back says “Annual P.G.A. Open Golf Tournament.” A note on the back of the original box holding the lighter says “1952 – Sanford, Florida. Ida & Herb King worked for the NY Giants – gift from Mr. Stonham (sic).” The lighter is vg-ex.
Winning Bid $25.

Lot 294.  1955 New Have Railroad Poster Promoting New York Giants Baseball Weekends. The 6 ½” x 19” black and orange poster offers Conn- ecticut residents rail transportation, tickets to three games and lodging at the Hotel Concourse Plaza. It pictures the Polo Grounds. Ex-m.
Winning Bid $45.
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