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Football Cards and Memorabilia

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Lot 14.  D&M Circa 1930 Model 3H Football Helmet with the Original Box. Quality ex-m helmet with a strong Draper & Maynard dog logo in silver on the back. The felt inside shows some light soiling or toning. The original chin strap is present. Like the helmet, the accompanying box carries the “3H” designation. It is fully intact with some creases on the sides and an indentation on the lid, where someone has written in pencil, “Do not throw this out.” Fortunately, people paid attention, and the helmet and box constitute a rare pair of very special football relics.
Winning Bid $770     


Lot 17.  Joe Namath ORIGINAL Pencil Drawing by Mike Petronella. “Broadway Joe” appears to be in a thoughtful frame of mind in this realistic portrait, which is supplemented by an action image. The realistic portraits Petronella created for Sports Impressions’ collector plates helped to establish him as one of the country’s top sports artists. His readily recognizable images and caricatures alike are enjoyed by collectors. His caricatures and cartoons appear regularly in such publications as the “National Sports Daily,” the “The New York Times” and New York’s “Daily News.” Petronella’s original pencil drawing of Namath on 15” x 20” board is an unpublished work from his personal collection. He signed it “M Petronella.”
Winning Bid $250     


Lot 18.  Mike Petronella ORIGINAL Watercolor of the NY Giants’ Phil Simms and Jeff Hostettler. This artwork appeared on the cover of the July 22-28, 1991 “Training Camp Issue” of “Giants Extra” published by Bobby Duhon and Chuck Mercein. As the 1991 season approached, the Giants’ new coach, Ray Handley, declared the starting quarterback position open. Hostettler, always a backup in New York, earned a shot at starting after he led the Giants to victory in the NFC Championship and 1991 Super Bowl after Simms was injured. Hostettler won the competition with Simms. On 14.25” x 18.25” board, Petronella provides strong, realistic portraits of both quarterbacks. He titled the artwork “Dueling Giants Simms and Hoss” and signed it “Petronella.” The published version of the watercolor is adhered to the back. Petronella established himself as a top-notch sports artist while designing collector plates for Sports Impressions. Today, his lithographs are widely collected, and his cartoons and caricatures are published in “The New York Times,” New York’s “Daily News,” the “National Sports Daily” and other publications.
Winning Bid $300     


Lot 125.  78 Philadelphia Gum Football Cards, 1964-67, Including Starr and Other HoFers. Twelve cards are from Philadelphia’s 1964 issue: #44, 74 Hornung nm, 79 Starr ex-m, 90, 93, 126, 128, 144 Johnson vg, 157, 173, 181 and 197 Checklist (unchecked) ex+. The ungraded 1964 average ex-m. Philadelphia’s 1965 set is the source of 33 cards: #6, 18, 30, 32, 34, 37, 38, 50 Meredith vg, 53 Renfro rookie ex-m, 60, 77 Jordan ex, 78 (2), 80, 81 Starr ex, 90, 92, 101, 102, 104, 106, 116 (4), 130, 131, 140, 142, 146, 151, 181, 183. The 1965 cards not graded average ex. Thirty-two 1966 cards are in the collection: #4, 9, 20 Michaels vg-ex, 42, 44, 47, 54, 55, 63 Renfro (answer to question on back filled in; otherwise) vg-ex, 64, 67, 76, 81, 85 93, 101, 103, 116, 119 Rosey Brown vg-ex, 120, 124, 138, 139, 148, 155, 161, 166 (2), 167, 177 Jimmy Johnson vg-ex, 186 Krause vg-ex and 190. The other 1966 cards are vg to vg-ex; three have the answer filled in. The lone 1967 card, #45, grades p.
Winning Bid $102     


Lot 126.  135 Different 1970 Topps Football Loaded with HoFers and Rookies. From a set of 263, the cards are #1 Dawson vg-ex, 2-4, 6-8, 10 Griese ex+, 11, 12, 17-19, 20 Kelly, 21-23, 25 Stenerud rookie vg-ex, 28, 30 Starr vg-ex, 31, 33, 36, 37, 41, 43 Bethea rookie ex, 45 Renfro ex-m, 47, 49, 50 Lamonica, 51, 53, 54, 55 Nitschke ex-m, 56, 57 Wilcox, 61, 63, 65, 66, 69, 71 Lee Roy Jordan nm-m, 72 Jackson rookie, 74, 75 Barney rookie vg-ex, 76, 78, 79, 81 Washington rookie (49ers), 82, 84, 85 Biletnikoff vg-ex, 87 Lilly, 88, 90 Simpson rookie ex, 91, 92, 94, 95, 97, 98, 101, 104, 106-108, 110 Trumpy rookie, 112, 113, 116 Otto, 117-122, 126, 127, 129, 132 Checklist (unchecked), 133, 136, 141, 143, 146-149, 150 Namath nm, 153, 154 Bell, 158 Tingelhoff, 165, 166, 171, 174, 180 Unitas vg-ex, 182, 186, 189 Hayes, 191, 196, 200 Jurgensen, 201, 203, 207, 208, 211, 212, 214, 215, 217, 219, 221, 226, 222, 228, 230-234, 237 Olsen ex-m+, 239, 240 Alworth vg 241-243, 248, 250, 257, 259, 260, 262 and 263. Cards not graded above average ex.
Winning Bid $125     


Lot 127.  1971 Topps Football Partial Set – 224 of 263 – Bradshaw and Green Rookies, Namath, Etc. Key cards in this partial set are #1 Unitas vg-ex, 3 Schottenheimer rookie ex-m, 25 Butkus ex-m, 39 Blanda ex, 45 Csonka ex-m, 55 Wood, 71 Page, 113 Houston rookie ex-m, 114 Lanier rookie ex, 120 Tarkenton ex-m, 150 Sayers nm+, 154 LeBeau , 156 Bradshaw rookie ex-m, 160 Griese ex, 188 Wehrli rookie, 200 Starr nm-m, 245 Greene rookie nm+, 250 Namath ex-m+, 260 Simpson nm-m and 261 Warfield ex-m+. The 39 cards not present are #11, 13, 24, 44, 53, 70, 73, 91, 97, 100, 103, 110, 115, 118, 119, 130, 133, 135, 137, 139, 140, 144, 151, 155, 157, 158, 165, 170, 172, 182, 183, 207, 209, 211, 213, 217, 248, 252 and 258. The other cards in the partial set and the set itself averages ex-m to nm.
Winning Bid $262     


Lot 128.  1972 Topps Football Almost-Complete Series 1 and 2 – 258 of 263 Cards with HoFers, Rookies. Key cards are #13 Riggins rookie ex-m, 55 Manning rookie nm, 65 Plunkett rookie ex, 93 Hendricks rookie, 100 Namath ex-m+, 101 Greenwood rookie vg-ex, 106 Alzado rookie ex-m, 110 Sayers, 120 Bradshaw Pro Action, 122 Staubach Pro Action, 150 Bradshaw ex+, 157 Thomas rookie, 160 Simpson ex-m, 165 Unitas ex+, 170 Butkus nm+, 186 Upshaw rookie ex+, 200 Staubach rookie nm, 225 Tarkenton ex-m, 230 Greene ex, 235 Blanda ex-m+, 240 Little rookie nm and 244 Joiner rookie vg-ex. All of the significant stars are present. The cards missing from the series numbered #1-263 are #67, 95, 99, 237 and 255. The cards unlisted above average ex to ex-m.
Winning Bid $279     


Lot 129.  1973 Topps Football Partial Set - 471 of 528 Cards Including HoFers, Rookies and Stars. Key cards are #15 Bradshaw ex-m, 25 Blanda ex, 60 Tarkenton ex+, 77 Shell rookie ex, 89 Harris rookie nm+, 115 Ham rookie ex, 167 Culp rookie, 280 Greene, 300 Butkus ex-m, 322 Dierdorf rookie, 343 Youngblood rookie, 400 Namath ex+, 455 Unitas ex-m, 475 Staubach, 481 Spurrier, 487 Stabler rookie nm and 500 Simpson ex-m+. The missing cards are #7, 11, 13, 21, 28, 34, 38, 50, 53, 72, 75, 79, 81, 84, 93, 114, 116, 117, 120, 137, 164, 168, 172, 242, 268, 270, 274, 288, 292, 305, 316, 323, 334, 338, 341, 347, 350, 359, 360, 381, 383, 384, 387, 390, 393, 404, 407, 414, 416, 421, 438, 444, 448, 480, 490, 498, 515 and 528. The Team Checklist for the Chargers is also included. This is one of those unusual cases in which the stars are generally better than the rest of the set, which averages vg-ex..
Winning Bid $92     


Lot 130.  531 Topps Football Cards, 1971-74, with Many HoFers and Stars – Greene, Riggins, Etc. Here is a list of the stars by year: 1971, 113 cards, 96 different, including #35 Bell (2), 55 Wood, 106 Checklist (unchecked), 113 Houston rookie, 154 LeBeau, 175 Mackey, 186 Kiick rookie, 188 Wehrli rookie, 189 Wilcox, 200 Starr ex, 204 Tingelhoff (2), 244 Smith and 245 Greene rookie ex-m. 1972, 148 cards, 113 different, including #13 Riggins rookie ex-m+, 28 Willie Brown, 35 Lanier, 40 Gabriel, 55 Manning rookie vg+, 59 Wehrli (2), 65 Plunkett rookie, 66 Adderley, 69 Wilcox (2), 70 Kelly (2), 75 Humphrey, 78 Houston, 79 Checklist (unchecked), 80 Griese, 86 Ott, 93 Hendricks rookie, 104 Yary, 110 Sayers (2), 126 Riggins Pro Action, 195 Jurgensen and 224 Hill. 1973, 196 cards, 183 different, including #15 Bradshaw vg-ex, 20 Johnson, 25 Blanda, 30 Page, 89 Harris rookie ex+, 118 Mackey, 185 Renfro, 214 Buoniconti, 224 Checklist (unchecked), 285 Stenerud, 300 Butkus nm+, 322 Dierdorf rookie, 343 Youngblood rookie, 370 Barney, 380 Krause, 410 Lanier, 415 Houston, 430 Hendricks, 440 Little, 450 Lilly, 455 Unitas, 479 Olsen, 481 Spurrier, 487 Stabler rookie ex-m, 492 Tingelhoff, 497 Buchanan and 500 Simpson. Also, four Team Checklist cards. And 1974, 64 cards, all different, including #1 Simpson, 40 Greene, 123 Little ex+, 138 Jordan, 150 Unitas ex-m, 272 Shell, 451 Stabler and 500 Staubach. Also, six Team Checklist cards. The cards not listed or not graded above average vg-ex.
Winning Bid $225     


Lot 131.  45+ Football Sets, Base Sets, Insert Sets, Parallel Sets, Etc., 1989-2014. Issued by Topps. Bowman, Panini, Fleer and Upper Deck, these cards are nm to mint and average nm-m. Here is a complete list of the sets: TOPPS - 1989 regular set of 396, Traded set of 132 and a 1000 Yard Club set of 24. 1992 set of 759. 1993 set of 660. 1996 regular set of 440 and a Chrome base set of 165 with rookies of Marvin Harrison, Eddie George, Keyshawn Johnson and Jonathan Ogden. 1997 regular set of 415 and a Chrome set of 165 with rookies of Tony Gonzalez, Warrick Dunn, Jake Plummer and Corey Dillon. 2005 set of 440. 2010 Platinum set of 165. 2012 set of 440 with rookies of Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck. Three 2013 regular sets of 440 with rookies of Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III, Eddie Lacy and Le’Veon Bell. Also, a 1000 Yard Club set of 35 (2), a 4000 Yard Club set of set of 10 (4), a mini insert set of 99 (2), a Future Legends insert set of 39, a Gridiron Legends insert set of 30, and a Legends in he Making set of 30 (2).2013 Finest set of 150, Glossy set of 25, Platinum set of 150, Platinum Blue parallel set of 100, Strata set of 150, Chrome set of 220 and Kickoff base set of 50. 2014 factory set (opened) of 440, Valor set of 200 and a Mini Chrome set of 221 (3). PANINI - 2013 Prestige set of 200. UPPER DECK - 2014 set of 150 (2). BOWMAN - 1990 Chrome set of 220. 2008 set of 275. 2013 set of 220. 2014 base set of 110 and Rookies set of 110 with Aaron Donald, Odell Beckham and Johnny Manziel. FLEER - 2013 Retro: Base set of 100, 1997-98 Metal Universe Extended Rookies set of 50, 1998 Metal Universe Veterans set of 25, 1998 Metal Universe Rookies set of 25, 1999 EX Century set of 42 and 1999 Flair Showcase set of 99. This collection contains plenty of rookies and has good potential break-up value or collector enjoyment!
Winning Bid $68     


Lot 132.  5 “Spalding’s Official Football Guides,” 1897-1932, and 2 Other Annuals. The Spalding guides are from 1897, 1900, 1904, 1924 and 1932. The front covers of the 1897 and 1900 editions are detached and chipped around the edges, while the back covers are missing. All of the pages in each seem to be present, although some advertising could be missing at the back. The pages, 156 in 1897 and 206 in 1900, average vg-ex and vg, respectively. The 1904 guide has a back cover but not a front cover and otherwise is complete with vg to vg-ex pages. The covers of the 1932 edition have edge chips and contains 114 pages of rules, but not “guide” information. And the 1924 version has a g-vg front cover, 310 pages that average vg-ex and no back cover. The other publications are the 1949 Barnes NCAA “Football Official Guide,” vg, and 1974 “College Football Modern Record Book,” Ara Parseghian on the cover, vg.
Winning Bid $75     




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