Lot 281. Rare Circa 1930s Mickey Mouse Celluloid Figure with a Baseball Bat. This seldom-encountered 2 7/8” figure has “Japan” impressed on the back. It appears to be hand-painted, and some of the red paint from Mickey’s bat is also on the right side of his face. There is a slight indentation on Mickey’s nose and a deeper indentation on the back of his right shoe.
Winning Bid $25
Lot 409. Shirley Jones 8” x 10” Color Photo Nicely Signed! Mint 9 personalized autograph by the Academy Award winning actress who is widely recognized as Shirley Partridge from the 1970s TV show “The Partridge Family.” Authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $7
Lot 410. Autographs of Actors Robert Duvall and Dave Coulier. Duvall has starred in many honored films and box office successes. He has received an Academy Award, two Emmy Awards and four Golden Globe Awards. A comedian, Coulier played Joey Gladstone in the ABC sitcom “Full House.” The autographs are nm-m 8 to mint 9 on index cards. Authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $12
Lot 411. Larry King Autographed 8” x 10” Color Photo. In a broadcasting career spanning six decades, King received numerous awards, including induction into the National Radio Hall of Fame. From 1985 to 2010 on CNN, he hosted “Larry King Live,” a nightly interview program. His signature, personalized to “Samantha,” is mint 9. Authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $7
Lot 412. Reba McEntire Nicely Displayed Poster from Broadway’s 1999 “Annie Get Your Gun.” The country music star filled the role of Annie Oakley from Jan. 26 through June 22, 2001. She has had 40 No. 1 country music singles, 14 No. 1 albums and starred in two TV series. The color poster, apparently from a program booklet for the play, is dry-mounted and framed to 16.5” x 23.5”. The poster has McEntire's facsimile autograph. Four pages from the booklet providing information concerning the play are dry-mounted separately and are on the back of the framed display. Nm to nm-m.
Minimum Bid $10
Lot 413. Baseball Signed by “Tank McNamara” Co-creators Jeff Millar and Bill Hinds. The fictional title character of this cartoon, which debuted in 1974, is a TV sports reporter and former NFL lineman. Story lines tend to focus on current sports issues and related social and political topics. Millar, who died in 2012, was the writer for the strip, and Hinds, the artist. Hinds has taken over writing duties. Their autographs, with a portrait illustration of Tank, are nm-m 8 to mint 9 on the sweet spot of an nm-m Rawlings “Official League” ball.
Winning Bid $30
Lot 414. Robert Redford Autographed OAL Bobby Brown Baseball. Redford’s signature is nm-m 8 on a panel of the nm-m baseball. The popular actor earned an Academy Award in 1981 for directing “Ordinary People.” His many acting roles include Roy Hobbs in “The Natural,” a baseball movie that draws, in part, from the life of major league first baseman Eddie Waitkus. Kevin Keating authenticated the autograph.
Winning Bid $273
Lot 415. Mickey Rooney Autographed 8” x 10” B&W Photo from “Babes in Arms.” The photo shows Rooney with his co-star, Judy Garland. The sharpie signature is bold with minor ink loss on some of the lettering. Authenticated by Kevin Keating. Decent, affordable autograph by Rooney, whose honors include a Juvenile Academy Award, and Honorary Academy Award, two Golden Globes and an Emmy Award.
Winning Bid $12
Lot 416. Vanna White and Pat Sajak Single-Signed Baseballs. Sajak and White have hosted the TV game show “Wheel of Fortune” for more than 30 years. Each signed the sweet spot of a mint Rawlings Official League baseball. White’s signature is mint 9, and Sajak’s, nm 7. Authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $30
Lot 417. 5 Entertainer Autographs on Baseballs – Chesnutt, Shari Lewis, Joey Lawrence, Etc. All on the sweet spots of nm-m or mint Rawlings “Official League” baseballs. Four autographs are nm-m 8 or better: Kathy Mattea, Grammy Award winning country music and bluegrass performer and global warming activist; Mark Chesnutt, country music singer who has charted eight No. 1 singles; Shari Lewis, puppeteer, ventriloquist and children’s TV show host who died in 1998; and Lisa Malosky, former co-host of “American Gladiators” and Houston sports reporter who covers the NBA and WNBA for NBC. The signature of Joey Lawrence, singer, actor (“Melissa & Joey”) and TV host, is nm 7. Authenticated by Kevin Keating.
Winning Bid $55
Lot 418. 63 45 RPM Records, Primarily 1950s and 1960s, and Fats Domino Autographs. This collection includes songs by some of the top performers of the two decades and two signatures by Fats Domino. One autograph, on the label for his 1957 single "I'm Walkin'," is nm-m 8, and the other, on a Coral record sleeve, is nm 7. Kevin Keating authenticated the signatures. Besides Domino, the artists include the Safaris (Image of a Girl); Beach Boys (Wouldn’t It Be Nice); Supremes (My World Is Empty Without You); Rivieras (Moonlight Serenade); Buddy Holly (It Doesn’t Matter Anymore); Connie Francis (Where the Boys Are); Jerry Butler (Make It Easy on Yourself); Little Richard (Tutti-Frutti); Bill Pursell (Our Winter Love); Bill Haley (Rock Around the Clock); Janis Joplin (Me and Bobby McGee); Aretha Franklin (Jumpin’ Jack Flash); Maurice Williams (Stay);and the Tornadoes (Telstar). There are records by Eddie Cochran, Dee Dee Sharp, Charlie Gracie, Ketty Lester, the Kalin Twins, Jack Scott, Lonnie Donegan, Brenda Lee, the Chordettes, Tommy Dee, the Crickets, the Champs, Sammy Davis Jr., the Jaggerz, Mahalia Jackson, Rosie, Same Cooke, the Fendermen, the Tokens, the Belmonts and the Everly Brothers. Several country records are in the collection, by Patsy Cline, Faron Young, Charlie Louvin and Charley Pride. Condition varies, from fair to mint minus. There are too many records in this group to list here, but a complete list is available by email. Just contact us to request the list.
Winning Bid $50
Lot 420. Belgian Jumbo Window Card for the 1956 James Dean, Elizabeth Taylor Movie “Giant.” Dean won the Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for this film, which also starred Rock Hudson and Carroll Baker. Printed on cardboard stock, the window card is framed without glass to 22” x 30”. With a space at the bottom for adding theater information and show times, it depicts Dean, Taylor and Hudson. The left half is lightly stained and shows scuffs.
Winning Bid $20