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Baseball Cards and Related Memorabilia

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Lot 190.  4 Different 19th Century Baseball Trade Cards. All four cards are “singles”; they are not part of baseball sets. 1. “He may yet become President,” from a non-baseball set, multi-colored, 2 5/8” x 4 5/16”, boy smoking a cigarette, blue and white bat behind his back. Scrapbook paper on the back, vg+ to ex front. 2. “Taking Things as They Come,” 2 11/16” x 4 3/8”, black & white, ball hits player in the face, bib-front uniforms, Bufford copyright. The card has a blank back with light stains; g+ to vg front. Two cards are untitled: 3. #206 in Frank Keetz’s “Baseball Advertising Trade Cards,” 2 13/16” x 4 9/16”, game action with five players and an umpire, bats and ball in lower left corner, flowers in upper left corner, multi-colored, #22. Blank back with light stains; vg-ex front. 4. Keetz #207, 3” x 5”, young boy with bat, orange and blue cap, sleeves and stockings, quilted pants. The card promotes Reliable Carpenter Organs. Vg+.
Winning Bid $55     

Lot 191.  1900 T203 Mayo’s Baseball Comics “The Bleachers.” This example has a Winner Cut Plug back. The card is clean with ex corners and a single heavy horizontal crease.
Winning Bid $15     

Lot 192.  2 E91 American Caramel Cards - 1908 Set A John Kling and 1910 Set C Clyde Milan. The card of Kling, the Chicago Cubs catcher, shows paper loss at the top front above Kling’s image, minor paper loss at the bottom below his name and two tiny spots on the back that affect type. P-f. The card of Milan, Washington’s center fielder, has a tack hole in the upper left and otherwise is vg. P-f.
Winning Bid $15     

Lot 193.  2 1909-11 T206 Cards – Jean Dubuc and Lou Fiene (Throwing). Both cards have Sweet Caporal 350 backs. The card of Dubuc grades p-f, and the card of Fiene, p. The Dubuc card has vg corners, is free of creases and shows a stain accompanied by some blistering on the left side. The Fiene card has paper loss affecting approximately 20 percent of the back.
Winning Bid $25     

Lot 194.  Fred Clarke 1910 E93 Standard Caramel Card. This card of the Pirates’ Hall of Fame left fielder shows minor to moderate paper loss on the front and back. P-f.
Winning Bid $50     

Lot 195.  Baseball Cards, Matchbooks, a College Silk, Etc. One card is from the 1910-11 T51 MURAD COLLEGE SERIES – Bethany from Series 126-150. An illustration of a pitcher is on the front. Two cards are from the 1977 Bob Parker Hall of Fame set, Mike Kelly and Al Simmons. Eleven more are from the 1963 Hall of Fame Picture Pack, including Rogers Hornsby, Christy Mathewson, Tris Speaker and Cy Young. There are two matchbooks. One is of Charlie Grimm from the 1936 Diamond Matchbooks set. Grimm wears his home uniform, and his image is sepia. The matchbook has the striker, which has not been unstapled. The matches have been used. On the other matchbook, Hall of Fame pitcher Jesse Haines runs for re-election as County Auditor. Haines is pictured. Bucknell is the college represented on the circa 1910 S25 College Seal silk. These items average vg-ex to ex.
Winning Bid $20     

Lot 196.  Pre-Linen Postcard of Braves Field. Numbered “A-66104” on the back and published by Mason Bros. of Boston, this postcard is titled on the front “Braves Field, largest Ball Grounds in the World, Boston, Mass.” From the third base side of home plate, it shows a game in progress. The postcard has a water stain in the lower left, a crease in the upper left corner, and cancellation marks in the upper left. It was not used or postmarked until 1945. An interesting message on the back is from a woman who writes “I don’t know a thing about (baseball),” mentions a “run home” and then corrects it to a “home run.” F.
Winning Bid $5     

Lot 197.  John Quinn, New York Yankees, 1911 T205 Gold Border Card. G-vg. The card has a crease in the upper right corner, minor fraying in the lower right, two small stains on the front and light stains on the back.
Winning Bid $30     

Lot 198.  6 Different M114 “Baseball Magazine” Player Posters. The six are 1913 “Bullet” Joe Bush (10” x 12”), 1943 or 1944 Roy Cullenbine (9.5” x 12”), 1943 Rip Sewell (8.75” x 10.75”), 1946 Eddie Stanky (9.5” x 12”), 1942 Vernon Stephens (9.5” x 12”) and 1943 Dizzy Trout (9.5” x 12”). These player posters average f-g.
Winning Bid $25     

Lot 199.  Red Smith 1914 B18 Blanket (Green Infield). James Carlisle (Red) Smith played for Brooklyn and the Boston (N.L.), 1911-18.
Winning Bid $30     

Lot 200.  1915 E145 Cracker Jack #84 E. E. Knetzer, Federal League Pitcher for Pittsburgh. G-vg, including minor soiling in the lower right front.
Winning Bid $83     

Lot 201.  1919 Cincinnati Reds Postcard of Jake Daubert. The Reds’ first baseman played in all eight games of the infamous “Black Sox” series. This is one of the better examples we have seen of these cards. Ex.
Winning Bid $61     

Lot 202.  25 Strip, Goudey, M.P. & Co., Double Play and Play Ball Cards, 1920-41. Six “W” cards are part of this collection: 1920-21 W514 #19 Mamaux (very slightly short left-to-right, 1 5/16” x 2 ½”); 1922 W573 Walter (Dutch) Reuther (Ruether); 1923 W515-2 #2 Mamaux, 25 Scott and 40 Reuther (2, Ruether), all trimmed to about 1 ½” x 2 5/16”; and 1928 W513 #64 Elliott. Goudey is the source of five cards: 1934 R320 #18 Manush, trimmed to 2” x 2”; 1935 R321 4-in-1 with Benton, Cantwell, etc.; 1936 R314 Wide Pen, Type 1, two cards, Tamulis and Wyatt, and 1941 R324 #4 Rosar. The lone 1941 Double Play card is #21-22 Walker-Medwick. M.P. & Co. produced four of the cards: 1949 R302-1 Greenberg p (trimmed to 1 ¾” x 2”), Medwick and Reiser. And 1949 R302-2 #109 Ennis (trimmed to 2 1/8” x 2 3/8”). And, from Play Ball, 1939 R334, #111 (back damage, writing on front); 1940 R335, #14, 28, 43 (trimmed to 2.25” x 2.5”), 73 Walters, 99 (trimmed to 2.25” x 2.5”) and 205 Hemsley (high number), and 1941 $336 #4 Derringer, 35 and 37. In addition, this group includes the “Wheat Strikes Out” panel from a 1012 T202 card and three partial Double Play cards, #17, 66 Dickey and 86 Ruffing. P to p-f.
Winning Bid $40     

Lot 203.  1922 W573 Cards of Wilbur Cooper and George Dauss. Except for having blank backs, these cards are like the American Caramel E120 issue. These two cards have each been trimmed to approximately 1 7/8” x 3”. As trimmed, they have a vg to vg-ex appearance.
Winning Bid $12     

Lot 204.  2 1925-31 W590 Baseball Cards – Frankie Frisch and Phil Todt. The Frisch card measures 1 ¼” x 2 5/8”, and the Todt card, 1 5/16” x 2 7/16”. The card of Frisch, which has him with the New York Giants, is vg-ex. The card of Todt, the Boston Red Sox variation, is p.
Minimum Bid $25     

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