Rounding the bases decade by decade, these appealing baseball souvenirs pay homage to greats and former franchises spanning the Deadball Era, Negro Leagues and expansion. Highlights include: 1930s Mini-Pennants issued between 1936 and 1940, this complete set of (16) features appliqué identifiers; 1937 Lou Gehrig Advertisement a full-page color animation series in which the Hall of Famer hawks Camel Cigarettes; Vintage Pinbacks (31) including Baltimore Elite Giants and (4) Hassan Cigarettes pins. More on our website.
Additional highlights include:
1930s Blum’s Baseball Bulletin Premiums
Includes Eddie Collins (very minor lower edge tear; presents NM); and George “Specs” Toporcer (EX-MT). These are two of the 15 known examples from this short-lived issue.
Billy Williams matted to 20x16, a limited edition color print portrays the Cubs Hall Of Famer completing his patented left-handed swing.
(2) 1950s Pacific Coast League team photos (13-1/8 x 7-1/8”) of the Hollywood Stars and Los Angeles Angels
1962 Gehl’s Ice Cream Roger Maris (close-up; VG)
Pull-Tabs/Punch Cards (3) 1910s-1920s boards; present beautifully with tabs intact
1964-1966 Rawlings Premium Photos
Includes (8) of the (12) examples with (EX) presentation quality, including K. Boyer (Cardinals, 1964); Davis, Groat, Mantle (no undershirt, 1964), B. Robinson (full Bird cap, 1964), Spahn, Tresh and B. Williams
Miscellaneous (4) 1962 Topps metal color separation printer’s plates; a 1961 Exhibits Rabbit Maranville (SGC 80); and a vintage store model left-handed first baseman’s mitt