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Color 20 x 26.5 poster of the Stanley Cup, signed in silver ink by 47 hockey champions, including: Bernie Parent, Boom Boom Geoffrion, Paul Coffey, Jean Beliveau, Yvan Cournoyer, Ted Lindsay, Gordie Howe, Alex Delvecchio, Sid Abel, Maurice Richard, Steve Shutt, Red Kelly, Bill Gadsby, Scotty Bowman, Glenn Hall, Emile Bouchard, Peter Stastny, Boby Hull, Eddie Giacomin, Red Storey, Harry Lumley, Joh…

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FDC with a cachet honoring 100 years of professional baseball, signed in various inks by Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Willie Mays, Sandy Koufax, Warren Spahn, Harmon Killebrew, Carl Hubbell, Frank Robinson, Hoyt Wilhelm, Ernie Banks, Lou Boudreau, Jocko Conlan, Eddie Mathews, Bob Feller and Bob Lemon. Typed annotations on the reverse indicate when and where each player signed, with dates between …

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Color satin-finish 8 x 10 photo of DiMaggio in 1939, signed in black felt tip. A typed collector's annotation on the reverse indicates that it was signed on April 8, 1989. In fine condition.

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DS, one page, 7.5 x 10, May 1, 1953. Incomplete typed statement for Chesterfield cigarettes, in part: "I've been a Chesterfield smoker for __ years. Regular or king-size, they're premium quality all the way. Try a pack of Chesterfields, and you'll see what I mean. I've tried 'em all—but I've made Chesterfield my steady smoke for the past __ years. They're much mi…

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DS, signed “Charles Casey Stengel,” one page, 8 x 10.5, April 19, 1933. An agreement between the Draper-Maynard Company of Plymouth, New Hampshire and Casey Stengel, in part: "1. The Draper-Maynard Co. agrees to furnish Charles Casey Stengel baseball gloves or mitts made according to his specifications, to be billed at $1.00. 2. Charles Casey Stengel agrees to allow the Draper-Maynard…

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Glossy 9.75 x 8 half-length photo of Stan Musial and Ted Williams chumming it up at a formal event, signed in gold ink by both legendary ballplayers. Matted and framed to an overall size of 17.5 x 15.5. In fine condition.

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Personal check, 8 x 3, filled out and signed by Cobb, "Tyrus R. Cobb," payable to Phelps Terkel for $6, May 11, 1953. In fine condition, with three vertical folds. Encapsulated in a plastic PSA/DNA authentication holder.

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Participation medal issued for the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics. Bronze, 55 mm, 122 gm. The front features the Beijing Games logo over the Bird’s Nest Olympic stadium, with raised Chinese and English text along the top; the reverse bears five Fuwa mascots over gusts of wind and engraved Chinese and English text, “One World One Dream.” Complete with its original red wooden presen…

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Official Spalding NBA All Conference indoor/outdoor basketball signed in black felt tip by Kobe Bryant. In fine condition. In addition to his numerous achievements as a Los Angeles Laker—including five NBA championships, 18 All-Star appearances, and two scoring titles—Bryant won Olympic gold medals as part of Team USA at Beijing in 2008 and London in 2012.

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Collection of five Joe Louis items, highlighted by a ballpoint signature, “Joe Louis,” on an off-white card, also signed on the reverse by HOF sportswriter Jim Murray (encapsulated in an SGC authentication holder). The four unsigned items include: an unused circa 1930s real photo postcard of Louis; a ticket for the heavyweight championship between Louis and Abe Simon at Madison Square…

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Scarce plaquette presented to 1912 United States Olympic Team members at the inauguration of Pommery Park in France, the seat of the International Olympic Committee, on July 23, 1912. Silver, 70 mm x 44 mm, 72 gm, by Andre Mery. The front depicts a wide view of the Reims park, a figure of a Greek athlete, and a tablet, which reads: “Reception du Team, Olympique American, 23 Juillet 1912&rdq…

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Rare Pierre de Coubertin plaquette presented by the International Olympic Committee in honor of the 20th anniversary of the reestablishment of the Olympic Games. Bronze, 51 mm x 70 mm, 94 gm, by Heinrich Kautsch. The front depicts Coubertin in a bust-length profile pose above a tablet with raised text, “A Pierre de Coubertin, XX Anniversaire du Retablissement des Olympiades, Le Comite Inter…

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Scarce rectangular medal honoring International Olympic Committee founder Pierre de Coubertin. Silvered bronze, 52 mm x 90 mm, 213 gm, by R. Pelltier for Decat. The front features a portrait of Coubertin in profile and reads, "Les Grandes Figures du Sport, P. de Coubertin, 1863-1937"; the reverse reads, "Renovateur des Jeux Olympiques."

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Volunteer participation medal issued for the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics. Bronze, 60 mm, 94 gm. The front features the Olympic motto “Citius Altius Fortius,” with a raised depiction of the LA Coliseum above crossed laurel branches; the reverse shows the official logo above Olympic rings with the text, “Los Angeles 1984, XXIII Olympiad.” Complete with its original blue…

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Volunteer participation medal issued for the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics. Bronze, 60 mm, 94 gm. The front features the Olympic motto “Citius Altius Fortius,” with a raised depiction of the LA Coliseum above crossed laurel branches; the reverse shows the official logo above Olympic rings with the text, “Los Angeles 1984, XXIII Olympiad.” Complete with its original blue…

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Participation medal issued for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. Polished steel, 50 mm, 81 gm. The front features the Sochi emblem and patchwork quilt design of the various cultures of Russia; the reverse bears the Olympic rings and similar design motif. Includes the original presentation case. Such recent Olympics material is generally harder to acquire.

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Group of four baseballs signed by Olympic champions, including: an Official Rawlings American League (Budig) baseball signed in black ballpoint on the sweet spot by gymnast Kerri Strug, who won a gold medal in the artistic team all-around at the Atlanta 1996 Summer Games; an Official Rawlings American League (Budig) baseball signed in black ballpoint on the sweet spot by gymnast Nadia Comaneci, w…

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Participation medal issued for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics. Silver-colored, 50 mm, 69 gm. The front depicts the Sydney Olympic emblem surrounded by the 'fluid energy' motif used for the Games; the reverse bears the Olympic rings and reads, "The Games of the XXVII Olympiad," surrounded by the same motif. Complete with its clear plastic case and presentation box, with substantial wear t…

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Original color 23 x 32.5 poster for the Innsbruck 1976 Winter Olympics, showing Arthur Zelger’s design of a large skate blade with looming mountains and golden Olympic rings against a dark blue background, with bright blue text above reading: “Innsbruck ’72, Tirol, Austria, 4.2.-15.2.” Rolled and in fine condition, with slight creasing to edges.

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Four original posters for the Lake Placid 1980 Winter Olympics: a color 22 x 33 poster of American and Olympic flags flowing against a mountain backdrop, designed by Robert Whitney, with bold white text above, "XIII Olympic Winter Games, Lake Placid 1980," and dates, "Feb. 13-24" and official logo below; a color 19 x 24 poster of the Lake Placid mascot Roni the raccoon performing 13 Winter Olympi…

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Volunteer participation medal issued for the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics. Bronze, 60 mm, 94 gm. The front features the Olympic motto “Citius Altius Fortius,” with a raised depiction of the LA Coliseum above crossed laurel branches; the reverse shows the official logo above Olympic rings with the text, “Los Angeles 1984, XXIII Olympiad.” Complete with its original blue…

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Mel Ott was the third member of the 500 home run club, and first National League player to accomplish the feat. Although slight in stature at 5 foot 9, Ott used a very high leg kick to generate the power to hit 511 career home runs. This approximately 7 x 9 inch photo shows Ott in mid-kick, a fantastic image exhibiting tremendous clarity and contrast. The reverse has various editor markings in st…

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Graded by PSA VG-EX 4. Known for his high velocity fastball during the early days, it is appropriate Rusie is shown in the form which caused baseball to increase the distance of the mound to home plate to its current length. This card with Rusie’s hand at head height is neatly cut with a nice image, with several light scratches on the front. In addition, a small mark appears along the left …

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Graded by PSA VG-EX 4. Collectors love the N172 Old Judge issue for many reasons, one of which was the use of real photos in interestingly posed 'action' shots. While most cards in this hobby are graded and collected based upon condition of corners, edges, creasing and other handling factors, the N172 (and N173) cards are collected due to their print and image quality. Luckily for this au…

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