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26 Cubs Collectibles – 1918 Menu, Rockwell Artwork, Cub Greats, Cards and More!

Lot 210. 26 Cubs Collectibles – 1918 Menu, Rockwell Artwork, Cub Greats, Cards and More! 1. Menu for the 1918 “Giants and Cubs Dinner” in Chicago, 4.5” x 7”, ex front with a baseball player illustration, scrapbook residue on the reverse. 2. 1991 color 11.5” x 15” print of the Cubs’ “All-Ivy Team” from “Vine Line,” the team’s official newsletter. Artwork by David Voight depicts “28 Cubs greats” from “1876 through 1991, from Cap Anson to Ryne Sandberg and Andre Dawson.” Fourteen Hall of Fame members, seven league MVPs and two Cy Young Award winners are among the players. Vg+ to ex with some edge soiling and light creases that could be matted out. 3. “Vine Line” 1991 Ferguson Jenkins Hall of Fame induction coin, nm-m, and career highlights card, ex. 4. Norman Rockwell “The Dugout” artwork on the cover of the Sept. 4, 1948 “Saturday Evening Post.” This painting depicts the Cubs near the end of a frustrating, disappointing 64-90 season in which they finished last in the NL. The Cubs in the painting are pitcher Bob Rush, manager Charlie Grimm, catcher Al Walker and All-Star pitcher Johnny Schmitz. The sad, discouraged batboy is Frank McNally, the Boston Braves batboy that Rockwell got to pose for his painting. Full issue, no label, two small holes at the top outside of the painting; otherwise vg+ to ex. 5-7. Christmas cards, three different, undated, one with facsimile autographs of Ernie Banks and primarily Cubs executives and office staff. Back damage to one and a pin hole in another; otherwise, ex-m appearance. 8-14. Seven Cubs ticket stubs, 1961, 1962, 1969 (2), 1982 and two undated, f-g+. 15-16. 1973-74 Charles Linnett 8.5” x 11” Portraits of Bill Bonham and Jose Cardenal, nm in the original opened package. 17. “1978 All-Star Gallery” magazine with 27 SSPC cards of Cubs in three panels; includes Murcer, Buckner, Sutter and Kingman. Ex magazine with ex-m to nm-m cards. 18. 1988 Donruss Chicago Cubs “Team Collection” with three sheets of nine uncut cards and a complete Stan Musial puzzle. Players include Greg Maddux, Ryne Sandberg and Andre Dawson. Ex cover, ex-m to nm sheets inside. 19. Infomax information wheel from “The Philadelphia Inquirer” with 1950 and career statistics for Cubs players, 6.75” x 7”, vg+. 20. Delightful birthday card for a 10-year-old featuring a young “Cubs” player, vg overall, better front panel. 21. Cubs matchcover, no matches, vg. 22. Grenada 1988 first day cover, U.S. Baseball Series 1, with an illustration of Wrigley field and stamps of Banks, Sandberg and Dawson, ex to ex-m+. 23. 1994 Topps Stadium Club card #311 of Willie Wilson, nm. 24. 1977 Ernie Banks Sportscasters card, pin hole, otherwise ex-m. 25-26. “Great Cubs’ Catchers” and “Great Cubs’ Manager,” 8.5” x 11” color prints from Unocal76 featuring the artwork of Todd L. W. Doney. The catchers are Gabby Hartnett, Randy Hundley and Jody Davis, and the managers, Frank Chance, Joe McCarthy, Charlie Grimm and Leo Durocher. The Catchers print has a corner crease, and both prints show light corner wear; the artwork is nm-m. A brief description of each Cub’s career is on the back. Fantastic lot with great break-up value! Winning Bid $68.    

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