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Lot 21.  1888 Scrapps Tobacco Die-Cut Card of Hall of Fame Outfielder Ned Hanlon. Voted into the Hall of Fame in 1996 as a manager, Hanlon is considered by various historians the “Father of Modern Baseball.” This card shows him as the center fielder for the Detroit Wolverines. It grades p with color added to a small portion of Hanlon’s jersey and some stains on the front and back.
Winning Bid $168     


Lot 22.  1911 T205 Gold Border of William Bailey. Ex card with a Sweet Caporal back. Pitching for the Baltimore Terrapins of the Federal League in their inaugural season in 1914, Bailey logged 131 strikeouts in 128 2/3 innings. In the decade from 1910–1919, no other pitcher with at least 100 innings pitched even approached his performance.
Winning Bid $65     


Lot 23.  2 1911 T205 Gold Border Cards of Arthur Fromme and Harry Lord. Both cards have Sweet Caporal backs and are vg-ex.
Winning Bid $70     


Lot 24.  1911 T205 Gold Border of Matthew McIntyre. In the A.L. in 1908, only Ty Cobb was a better hitter as both helped the Tigers to win the World Series. Ex card with a Sweet Caporal back.
Winning Bid $65     


Lot 25.  4 1910-12 P2 Sweet Caporal Pins - Bresnahan, Griffith, Bescher and Rucker. The Bresnahan pin is the small letter, mouth closed variation. Nm-m with a stain on the paper insert on the back. Bresnahan was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1945. Clark Griffith managed both the Reds and Cubs in the latter part of his career. Earlier, as a pitcher, he won 20 or more games in six consecutive seasons. In 1946, he entered the HoF as an executive. His pin, the small letters variety, is ex-m with a stain on the paper insert. The pins of Bob Bescher and Nap Rucker (small letters) are vg.
Winning Bid $94     


Lot 26.  4 1910-12 P2 Sweet Caporal Pins - Huggins, Rucker, Becker and Ames. A member of the Hall of Fame as a manager, Miller Huggins led the New York Yankees to six A.L. pennants and three World Series victories in the 1920s. This pin with his image (small letters) is exceptionally nice - nm-m. Nap Rucker (small letters) is vg; Beals Becker, ex+, and Red Ames, (some rust on the rim in the back; otherwise) nm-m.
Winning Bid $83     


Lot 27.  25 Different 1950 Bowman Cards Including Lemon and Wynn. Thirteen cards in this group are vg or better: #26 p-f, 40 Lemon vg, 49 g, 53 vg+ to ex, 83 vg, 85 vg, 87 g-vg, 93 vg, 97 vg, 132 vg, 134 vg-ex, 148 Wynn f-g, 149 vg-ex, 150 f-g, 155 Shea g, 156 vg-ex, 165 vg+ to ex, 169 vg, 172 vg, 174 Thompson rookie g-vg, 192 vg, 198 f, 213 f, 233 f and 234 Shantz rookie g (as trimmed).
Winning Bid $68     


Lot 28.  10 Early 1900s Pre-Linen Post Cards of the Polo Grounds. 1. “National League Base Ball Park, New York, N.Y.,” inside view with fans and players in the foreground, grandstands in the background. Pictorial News Co., #25895, vg-ex. 2. “Polo Grounds, National League Baseball Park, New York,” inside view and an oval insert photo of John McGraw. Anonymous, #5032, vg-ex. 3. “Polo Grounds, New York City, Home of the New York Giants,” inside view, oval insert photo of McGraw. Photo & Art Postal Card Co., #162, vg. 4. “Polo Grounds, New York City. Home of the New York Giants,” inside view, oval insert photo of McGraw. American Art Publishing Co., #R37734, g-vg. 5 & 6. “National League Baseball Park, New York,” inside view, insert photo of McGraw Success Postal Card Co., #1148 (2), one vg-ex and one g-vg. 7. “National League Baseball Park, New York,” inside view of fans, players and the grandstands. This post card is much same as #s 5 & 6 above without the insert photo of McGraw. Success Postal Card Co., #1148, vg-ex. 8. “National League Baseball Park, New York,” similar to #7 above. Success Postal Card Co., #19, vg-ex. 9. “A Baseball Game at the Polo Grounds as seen from an airship, New York.” Anonymous, #9997, vg-ex. 10. “Polo Grounds, New York. The home of the New York Giants,” inside view. Brown Bros., #N.Y. 376, ex.
Winning Bid $75     


Lot 29.  35 Baseball Exhibits - 1 1939-47 Salutation, 33 1947-66 and a 1962 Statistic Back. The Salutation exhibit is of Feller (pitching) vg. The 1947-66 exhibits are Ex: 6 cards. Kinder, Marion, Mays (batting), Newcombe (shaking hands), Roe and Eddie Robinson. Vg-ex: 14. Dark (Giants), Evers, Goodman (leaping), Hegan, Hodges (“B” on cap), Kellner, Lockman, Majeski, Musial (kneeling), Reese (fielding, ball not visible), Schoendinst (batting), Vernon (2) (batting) and Westlake. Vg: 11. Walker Cooper, Evans, Kell, Lowery (name misspelled), Minoso (Sox on cap), Raschi, Sain, Sauer, Sisler, Slaughter and Vernon (throwing). F-g: 2. Lemon (glove not visible) and Maglie. The 1962 Stat Back of Kaline and grades ex-m+.
Winning Bid $113     


Lot 30.  46 1957 Topps Baseball Cards Including the Yankees Team, Snider and Wilhelm. The cards in this group are #4, 8, 13, 22, 23, 37, 48, 57 (2), 63, 66, 68, 69, 73, 81, 97 Yankees team f, 99, 101, 102, 104, 106, 108, 112, 113, 114 Braves team, 117, 118, 127, 133, 140, 142-144, 161 Pirates team, 170 Snider ex, 180, 203 Wilhelm ex+, 208, 216, 219, 225, 262, 383, 391 Terry rookie and 392 (2). Here is a complete list of the grades - Ex-m: 1 card. Ex+: 2. Ex: 4. Vg-ex: 13. Vg: 12. G-vg: 1. G: 1. F-g: 5. F: 6. P-f: 1.
Winning Bid $68     


Lot 31.  84 Topps Baseball Cards - 36 1958 and 48 1959, Including HoFers. The 1958 cards are #19 Giants team, 10, 49, 75, 133, 147, 157, 160, 176, 190 Schoendienst vg-ex, 214, 223, 230 Ashburn vg, 234, 237, 247, 254, 283, 294, 311, 313, 330, 374, 376, 390, 396, 400 Fox vg, 431, 454 (2), 457 Pappas rookie, 466, 479 Fox All-Star (2) one ex+ and the other vg, 483 Aparicio All-Star ex and 490. The cards from 1959 are #3, 14, 17 Danny’s All-Stars, 25, 27, 29, 35 Kluszewski, 58, 111, 128, 136, 156 Ace Hurlers, 157, 165, 204, 210, 225, 249, 255, 259, 262 Hitters’ Foes, 271, 273, 290, 312 Newcombe ex, 322 345 McDougald, 347, 356, 365, 366, 396, 398, 418, 419 Braves team, 421, 425, 431, 457 Dodgers team (2), 472, 489, 490, 494, 499, 506 and 569. These cards average g to g-vg.
Winning Bid $125     


Lot 32.  84 1962 Topps Cards – Stars, HoFers, Torre and McCarver Rookies, High Numbers. Etc. Here is the complete list: #2, 14, 16, 21, 30 Mathews vg; League Leaders #53 A.L. Home Run Leaders with Mantle and Maris ex+, 54, 56-60; 63, 76, 80, 98, 99 Powell rookie g, 100 Spahn vg, 103, 108, 109, 120, 130 (2, color variations), 148, 151, 158 Braves team (2), 167 McCarver rookie ex, 1714, 172, 174, 186 (2, color variations), 192, 193, 205 (2), 211 (2), 217 Alston, 218 Torre rookie ex+, 230, 233, 239 (2), 258, 259 (2), 263, 265 (2), 277 Checklist (unchecked), 289 (2), 297, 322, 361, 364 (2), 380, 389 (2), 393, 399 Spahn All-Star vg-ex, 406, 408, 440. 443, 458, 459, 483, 516 Checklist, 520, 541, 582, 588, 591 McDowell rookie ex, 592 Bouton and Belinsky rookie ex+, 593, 595, 596 Pepitone rookie and others ex+, 597 Menke rookie ex+ and 598 (5 rookies, last card in the set) vg-ex. The ungraded cards average vg-ex to ex.
Winning Bid $301     


Lot 33.  1964 Topps Giants Set of 60 with Mays, Mantle, Koufax, Clemente, Etc. Key cards in this 1964 Topps issue are #3 Koufax nm-m, 7 Ford nm-m, 11 Clemente nm-m, 12 Kaline nm, 18 Fregosi nm+, 21 Howard nm-m, 25 Mantle nm-m, 28 Friend (single print) nm-m, 29 F. Robinson ex-m, 38 Killebrew nm+, 41 Gibson nm-m, 42 Stuart (SP) nm-m, 45 Causey (SP) nm-m, 47 Cisco (SP) nm-m, 48 Yastrzemski nm-m, 49 Aaron nm-m, 50 B. Robinson nm+, 51 Mays nm+, 57 Boyer ex-m and 60 Skowron (SP) nm+. The other cards average nm to nm-m.
Winning Bid $592     


Lot 34.  1964 Topps Coins Partial Set – 102 of 164 with Many Stars! The coins in this partial set are #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18 B. Robinson vg-ex, 19, 20, 22 McCovey vg-ex, 23 E. Howard vg-ex, 24, 25, 26 Yastrzemski vg, 29, 30, 32, 33 Mathews vg-ex, 36 Marichal vg, 37 F. Robinson vg-ex, 38, 40, 41, 42 Banks g-vg, 43, 46 Colavito vg-ex, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 56, 60, 61 F. Howard ex, 62, 63 Cepeda ex, 64, 65, 66, 67, 69, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79 Cash ex, 81, 83 Aaron g-vg, 84, 85, 87, 89, 91, 92, 93 Bunning vg, 94, 96 Staub ex, 97 Brock ex, 99, 102, 103, 104 Powell ex-m, 105, 107, 111, 113, 114, 115, 117, 118 Torre ex-m+, 119, 121, 122, 123, 124, 130, 132, 136, 137, 140, 142 Cepeda All-Star nm-m, 145, 146 147, 148, 153, 154 F. Robinson All-Star f, 155 Torre All-Star vg, 156, 157 Marichal All-Star ex, 158 and 160 Spahn All-Star vg. The other coins grade - Nm-m: 2. Nm+: 1. Nm: 6. Ex-m+: 4. Ex-m: 17. Ex+: 2. Ex: 19. Vg-ex: 23. Vg: 2. G-vg: 3.
Winning Bid $68     


Lot 35.  138 1965 Topps Cards Including Carlton’s Rookie, Other Stars, High Numbers, Etc. Key cards are #1 A.L. Batting Leaders ex, 4 N.L. Home Run Leaders vg-ex, 15 Roberts, 20 Bunning, 24 Twins team, 50 Marichal vg+, 57 Cardinals team, 65 Kubek, 79 Checklist (2, both unchecked), 91 Cubs team, 95 Mazeroski vg-ex, 99 Hodges, 104 Checklist, 110 Santo, 115 Richardson, 120 F. Robinson vg, 126 Dodgers team, 138 W.S. Game 7 with Gibson, 145 Tiant rookie nm+, 153 Cash, 187 Stengel nm+, 189 Checklist (unchecked), 193 Perry, 200 Torre, 205 Spahn ex, 217 Alston, 220 B. Williams (2) one ex and one vg-ex, 234 White Sox team, 260 Drysdale ex, 273 Checklist (unchecked), 276 Wilhelm, 340 Oliva, 361 Checklist, 380 Colavito, 400 Killebrew ex, 426 Braves team, 443 Checklist (unchecked), 460 Allen ex+, 461 Niekro rookie ex, 473 Blair and Johnson rookie, 477 Carlton rookie ex, 485 Fox, 500 Mathews ex, 550 Stottlemyre rookie (single print) ex, 508 Checklist and 519 Uecker. Thirty-one cards are numbered 371 or higher. The unlisted lower number cards range from 18-337. The collection contains 110 different cards. There are four copies of several cards. The ungraded cards average vg+ to ex.
Winning Bid $174     




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