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Lot 54.  Pedro Álvarez Autographed Original Painting by Pittsburgh Artist Walt Srocki. Álvarez has played third or first base for the Pittsburgh Pirates for six seasons. In 2013, he was an All-Star who led the National League in home runs. No Pirate hit more home runs this season than Álvarez, who ranked third on the team in runs batted in. Srocki is an award-winning Pittsburgh artist who has been creating animation, graphics, illustrations and videos for the Pirates and Pittsburgh Steelers since 1984. His videos entertain fans at the Pirates’ PNC Park, where he is known as the “Camera Guy.” Álvarez’s autograph is nm-m 8 to mint 9 on an original acrylic on canvas 11” x 14” painting by Srocki. The painting is in an inexpensive 14.5” x 17.5” frame, and shipping will be less expensive without the frame. KEVIN KEATING AND JSA AUTHENTICATION AUTHENTICATED THE AUTOGRAPH. THE JSA AUCTION LETTER OF AUTHENTICITY MAY BE EXCHANGED AT A DISCOUNT FOR A FULL LOA. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from this signed original will benefit the Swissvale, Pa., Community Food Pantry, which serves 500 individuals each month, and the Swissvale United Methodist Church, which hosts and operates the Food Pantry.
Winning Bid $50     


Lot 67.  Robin Roberts (HoF) Signed, Hand-Titled “We Won the Pennant” Print – 1 of Only 36. Before his passing in May 2010, Roberts autographed, hand-titled and hand-numbered only 36 (at most) of these dramatic lithographs by famed sports artist Bill Purdom. This example is #27/36, one of 36 prints pulled from an edition of 1,500 produced for sale unsigned by the Baseball Hall of Fame. The artwork is similar to another Purdom print produced in an edition of 336 and with the title printed on, “We Won the Pennant October 1, 1950.” Roberts autographed about 200 copies of the second print. The prints are similar, but show significant differences. The print offered here provides a closer view and larger image of Roberts than the other, and an outfielder has been added in front of the Schaefer scoreboard. It shows Roberts looking to his catcher for a sign in the bottom of the ninth inning at Ebbets Field in the final game of the 1950 season. Leading 4-1, Roberts closed down the Dodgers. The victory was his 20th and the Phillies’ 91st, which clinched the N.L. championship. Roberts’ autograph in gold is gem mint 10, and he added “‘We Won the Pennant’ 10/1/50.” The 11” x 16” print has a 9” x 14” image area and is double-matted to 16” x 20”. PSA/DNA authenticated the autograph and has provided a certificate. Kevin Keating also authenticated the signature. Be one of only 36 or fewer who will ever own one of these superb signed lithographs! PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit the Swissvale, Pa., Community Food Pantry, which serves 500 individuals each month, and the Swissvale United Methodist Church, which hosts and operates the Food Pantry.
Winning Bid $264     


Lot 180.  Professionally Framed Print Featuring Vintage Golfers. We can’t identify the creator of this finely detailed artwork, which shows one member of the foursome driving a ball over water. The ball is in the air, heading toward the green. The players wear vintage golf attire. The print is 19” x 32”, matted and framed to 37.5” x 25.5”. The print is mint. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit the Swissvale, Pa., Community Food Pantry, which serves 500 individuals each month, and the Swissvale United Methodist Church, which hosts and operates the Food Pantry.
Winning Bid $30     


Lot 205.  9 1980s and 1990s Baseball Sets and More! This collection includes four factory sets, all opened. Produced by Donruss, Fleer, Score and Topps, these cards and sets average nm to nm-m. Here’s the list: 1. 1986 Donruss Rookies with #11 Bonds. 2. 1987 Donruss factory set of 660 with rookies #35 Bo Jackson, 36 Maddux, 361 Bonds and 492 Larkin. 3. 1987 Topps set of 792. 4. 1988 Donruss Rookies set of 56. 5. 1988 Score factory set of 660. 6. 1990 Fleer factory near set plus 12 ’89 World Series cards and 45 Baseball Quiz cards. The Sosa rookie #548 is not present. 7. 1990 Score Rookie & Traded Set of 110 with #86T Frank Thomas. 8. 1990 Fleer Update set of 132. 9. 1992 Donruss factory set of 782. Except for the missing Sosa card, we believe these sets to be complete. Nevertheless, they are sold as is. The collection also includes two wallet-sized Baseball Card Collector’s Albums and two Pinnacle 1997 Zenith 8”x10” cards of #1 Thomas and 6 Maddux. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds for the sale of this lot will benefit Armbrust Christian Academy, a Pittsburgh area school that provides an education alternative for children from pre-school through high school.
Winning Bid $40     


Lot 221.  “Sports Illustrated’s” 20 Greatest Teams, a Superstars Album, Beckett Guides, Etc. Twenty-one publications make ups this collection. In 1991, “SI” issued its “Baseball’s 20 Greatest Teams of All Time.” The 96-page “Life” magazine-styled publication covers four New York Yankees teams, including the 1927 edition, the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers and other teams. The most recent is the 1975 Reds. Ex-m. The 1999 edition of the “Baseball Superstars Album” by Richard J. Brenner has 16 full-page posters of Greg Maddux, Derek Jeter, Ken Griffey Jr. and other stars. Ex-m. The other 19 publications are issue of Beckett’s “Baseball Card Monthly.” We’ve listed the date and cover subject: Nov. 1991, Bo Jackson. 1992: June, Kirby Puckett and Oct., Gary Sheffield (5 copies). 1994: Jan., Frank Thomas; Feb., Paul Molitor; May, Cliff Floyd (2); June, Ken Griffey, Jr. (2); Aug., Ryne Sandberg; Sept., Jeff Bagwell; Nov., Griffey, Jr., and Thomas, and Dec., Raul Mondesi (2). And May 1996, Frank Thomas. These issues are ex-m to nm. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds for the sale of this lot will benefit Armbrust Christian Academy, a Pittsburgh area school that provides an education alternative for children from pre-school through high school.
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 271.  Peyton Manning Denver Broncos Jersey by Reebok. The size 48 On Field jersey has Manning’s name on the back and is nm-m. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit the Swissvale, Pa., Community Food Pantry, which serves 500 individuals each month, and the Swissvale United Methodist Church, which hosts and operates the Food Pantry.
Winning Bid $50     


Lot 274.  4 Pittsburgh Steelers Autographs and a 1991 Yearbook. The autographs, authenticated by Kevin Keating, are by Rocky Bleier, John Kolb, Joe Gilliam (died 2000) and L C. Greenwood (d. 2013). The Bleier and Greenwood autographs are on signature cuts that are adhered to a magazine page and a Nov. 10, 1980 “Sports Illustrated” cover, respectively. Kolb’s signature is on a 5” x 7” b&w photo, and Gilliam’s, on a photo that’s part of a magazine page. The signatures are nm-m 8 and better. The Steelers’ 1991 yearbook is nm. Three future Hall of Fame members receive full-page photos – Chuck Noll, Dermontti Dawson and Rod Woodson. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds for the sale of this lot will benefit Armbrust Christian Academy, a Pittsburgh area school that provides an education alternative for children from pre-school through high school.
Winning Bid $25     


Lot 296.  Chicago Cubs Majestic Authentic Collection Jacket. With a red, white and blue collar, the size large zippered jacket has “Chicago” across the front, the team logo on the right sleeve and the U.S. flag on the left. Nm-m. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of this jacket will benefit the Swissvale, Pa., Community Food Pantry, which serves 500 individuals each month, and the Swissvale United Methodist Church, which hosts and operates the Food Pantry.
Winning Bid $55     


Lot 299.  31 Different Beckett “Baseball Card Monthly” Guides and 4 Other Beckett Issues. These baseball price guides span Nov. 1991 through Sept. 1996 and generally are nm. Here is a list of the issues and front-cover subjects: 1991: Nov., Bo Jackson. 1992: June, Kirby Puckett and Oct., Gary Sheffield. 1993: July, Jackie Robinson; Nov., Fred McGriff and Dec., Mike Piazza. 1994: Jan., Frank Thomas; Feb., Paul Molitor; March, Juan Gonzales; May, Cliff Floyd; June, Ken Griffey, Jr.; July, Manny Ramirez; Aug., Ryne Sandberg; Sept., Jeff Bagwell; Oct., Matt Williams; Nov., Frank Thomas and Ken Griffey Jr., and Dec., Raul Mondesi. 1995: Jan., Cal Ripken Jr.; April, Jose Conseco; July, Ken Griffey Jr., and Oct., Mickey Mantle. 1996: Jan., Multiple Atlanta Braves players along with Ted Turner; Feb., Mo Vaughn; March, Stan Musial and Ted Williams; April, Barry Larkin; May, Frank Thomas; June, Chipper Jones; July, Mike Piazza; Aug., Cal Ripken Jr., and Roberto Alomar, and Sept., Alex Rodriguez. The other four Beckett publications are: “Beckett Focus on Future Stars.” June 1992, Brien Taylor, and Sept. 1992, Chuck Knoblach; “Becket Future Stars,” June 1994, Andruw Jones, and a Beckett 1993 Tribute to Nolan Ryan. . PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds for the sale of this lot will benefit Armbrust Christian Academy, a Pittsburgh area school that provides an education alternative for children from pre-school through high school.
Minimum Bid $15     


Lot 316.  Framed Poster of Academy Award Winner Posters, 1927-28 Through 1997. This 26.5” x 39.75” poster presents posters associated with 70 Oscar winners for Best Picture, from the silent film “Wings” for 1927-28 to “Titanic” in 1997. Nm-m. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit the Swissvale, Pa., Community Food Pantry, which serves 500 individuals each month, and the Swissvale United Methodist Church, which hosts and operates the Food Pantry.
Winning Bid $15     


Lot 317.  World War II Westinghouse Electric “We Can Do It!” Reproduction Poster. Pittsburgh artist J. Howard Miller created this artwork for display in Pittsburgh area Westinghouse plants for two weeks in Feb. 1943. It may have been based on a wire service photo of Geraldine Hoff, a Michigan factory worker. Miller’s artwork has enjoyed much wider distribution since the early 1980s than it did during the war. No more than 1,800 copies of the poster were made during the war for display in Westinghouse plants and offices. Since 1980, the image and slogan have been used to promote feminism and other political causes. The artwork was used on the cover of a “Smithsonian” magazine in 2008, and a stamp was based on it in 1999. This print is approximately 24” x 35.5” and framed (without glass) to 26” x 38”. Nm-m. PLEASE NOTE: Proceeds from the sale of this print will benefit the Swissvale, Pa., Community Food Pantry, which serves 500 individuals each month, and the Swissvale United Methodist Church, which hosts and operates the Food Pantry.
Winning Bid $50     




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