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Philadelphia Phillies Memorabilia   4 Lots      

Lot 328.  Mike Schmidt Cards, Signed Photo, Memorabilia. A signed 8” x 10” color photo by the Phillies’ Hall of Fame third baseman heads this diverse list of collectibles. The signature in blue sharpie is 10 of 10. Six other photos, including one framed to 14” x 18”, are unsigned. The collection features 140 cards spanning 1974-89: 1974 #283 vg, 1975 #70 vg-ex, 1976 #480 vg-ex, 1977 #140 vg-ex, 1978 #360 ex, and 1979 #610 ex. The 1980s cards are generally nm or better. There is also a 1987 letter from Schmidt marking his 500th home run (facsimile autograph), a plaque with miniature versions of Schmidt’s cards 1973-83, a couple of publications, a 19” x 25” “Feelin’ 7UP” poster (tack holes) and a display marking “Mike Schmidt Night.” Autographs authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $55.

Lot 329.  Philadelphia Phillies 1950 Whiz Kids Collection. 1. 8” x 10” color photo autographed by Granny Hamner, Del Ennis and Rich Ashburn. Signatures are 8 of 10. The photo is mounted on a “Whiz Kids 1950” plaque. All three players are deceased. 2. Sept. 17, 1950 Philadelphia Inquirer complete magazine with eight “Fightin’ Phillies” cards intact inside. Ennis and Simmons are among the players. Supplement was folded horizontally. Vg+ to ex; newsprint cards would generally be nm if cut apart. 3. Oct. 4, 1950 Inquirer “World Series Guide,” illustrated 16-page supplement, edge chips, vg. 4. 14 ½” x 18 ½” black & white team photo. Vg-ex with players’ names taped to front. 5. 1980 TCMA “1950 Whiz Kids” set of 31. Nm+. 6. Full-sized 1960s Phillies red and white pennant, several tack holes, vg. Autograph authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $102.

Lot 330.  1964 Philadelphia Phillies Phantom World Series Press Pin. Philadelphia and St. Louis both made preparations for the World Series, but the Cards finished the season atop the National League. They then won the World Series. Pin says “World Series Press” in a blue outer ring. Raised circular area in the center that represents a baseball has a Phils hat and says “64” and “Phillies.” Nm.
Winning Bid $25.

Lot 331.  Phillies Display Items Featuring Mike Schmidt, Darren Daulton, Greg Luzinski. This collection includes two pieces of original artwork. Schmidt is the subject of an original pencil and watercolor portrait by Schull. Dated 1980, the artwork is about 8 ½” x 12 ½” matted to 13” x 18”. Ex-m. Luzinski appears in a 15 ½” x 20 ½” original oil painting on a 20” x 24” canvas. The 1979 painting by Christy replicates “The Baby Bull’s” 1978 Topps card. Daulton’s image is captured in a 22” x 28” poster framed without glass to 24” x 36”. The poster features the artwork of Dick Perez and an original Daulton autograph, which grades 10 of 10, in blue sharpie. This artwork will make a great addition to a Phillie Phanatic’s favorite funplace. Autograph authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $25.
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