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10 Forbes Field Postcards – 7 Pre-Linen.

Lot 22. 10 Forbes Field Postcards – 7 Pre-Linen. These cards provide various views of the ball park and the surrounding area. The first seven are pre-linens: 1. No. 125A, aerial sketch, “New Base Ball Stadium and Park…,” City of Pittsburgh logo in the upper left, Acmegraph, postmarked in 1909, vg. 2. No. 152A, outside main entrance, two cars parked, “Forbes Field, Champion Pirates Base Ball Park…,” City logo in the upper right, Fort Pitt Publishing, postmarked in 1910, vg. 3. No. 2770, aerial from above center field, “Forbes Field, Interior, Pittsburg, Pa.,” Singer Pen & Card Store, postmarked in 1910, g. 4. No. A-14300, “Entrance to Forbes Field, Pittsburg, Pa.,” in black in upper left, crowd leaving main entrance, Fort Pitt Publishing, postmarked in 1911, f-g. 5. No. 24782, Schenley Park area with orange roof of ballpark at center right, three-line title in red, no publisher listed, postmarked in 1915,g-vg. 6. No. 29047, aerial similar to the first card listed, white title, “Pittsburgh, Pa. Exterior, Ball Park,” R. W. Johnston Studios, postmarked in 1910 (Belmont written neatly in the top left portion of the front otherwise) vg-ex. 7. No. A-66914, Schenley Farm District with Forbes Field labeled in the background, Robbins & Son, postmarked in 1922, f. The following are linen PCs: 8. No. 38-61408, aerial from center field, white border, orange roof, Pittsburgh News, 1945 postmark, ex. 9. No. 58-67422, aerial from third base, white border, Mullen Bros., unused, ex. 10. No. 138-1776, aerial from third base, hills and sky in background, Imperial Greeting, Metrocraft logo, unused, g. Winning Bid $92.    

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