An orange and black attack can decorate your den with these (8) displays. Ranging in size from 13x7 to 25-7/8 x 18-3/8, (7) are framed and (2) are signed. Highlights include: Cal Ripken, Jr., Signed Display framed to 13-3/4 x 28-1/4 under black-on-orange matting, an 8x10 color print signed in blue marker (10 strength) is flanked by tickets from the September 5 and 6, 1995 games; 1981 Team-Signed Photo a 13-3/4 x 10-5/8 color print signed by (35) with Murray (9), Palmer (9) Ripken (6) and Weaver ("9"). Auction LOA from JSA. More on our website.
1981 Team-Signed Photo a thick-stock souvenir issued by Gulf, this 13-3/4 x 10-5/8 color print features printed row-by-row identifiers on the lower border. This item is not framed. Of note is that (20) of the autographs have been executed in blue marker. These show (9) or better quality throughout. The remainder of scriptings are blue ballpoint pennings, which average (5-6) potency. Blue marker autographs include: Belanger, Crowley, Dauer, DeCinces, Dempsey, Flanagan, Hendricks (coach), Lowenstein, D. Martinez, T. Martinez, McGregor, Morales, Murray, Palmer, Roenicke, Salvon (trainer), Stoddard, Stone, J. Tyler (equipment manager) and Weaver.
The ballpoint pennings include: Ayala, Bumbry, Deaton (batboy), Dwyer, Ford, Graham, Miller (coach), Ripken, Jr., Ripken, Sr. (coach), Rowe (coach), Sakata, Schneider, Singleton, Stewart and Williams (coach).
Additional (unsigned) displays include:
1989 Memorial Stadium Lithograph Print framed to 17 x 13-1/4 under a blue matte, this 1989 Martin Barry color composition depicts the Waverly venue as viewed from 33rd Street just east of Ellerslie Ave.
(2) Memorial Stadium Tributes both are framed to 10-3/4 x 18-3/4 under white-on-orange-on-black matting. A Memorial Stadium 1954-1991 A Season to Remember commemorative patch is flanked above by a stadium rendition postcard (by Paul DeRemigis, Jr.); and below by a Paul Levine player rendition postcard, with Ripken. Jr. (120/253) and B. Robinson (222/253)
Oriole Park at Camden Yards Photo Plaque a 13x7 wooden plaque with an 11-3-1/4 color panoramic photo of the first-ever pitch (April 6, 1992) at the new venue
1993 All-Star Game Display framed to 25-7/8 x 18-3/8, a 1993 All-Star Game program (apparent MT condition) is flanked by a July 13 Camden Yards bleacher ticket (GD with horizontal crease) and a dual souvenir pin display.
1996 Playoff Preview TV Guide Display framed to 17-1/4 x 13-1/4 under orange matting, collectors covers respectively feature Murray and Ripken, Jr.