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Two first edition books, both hardcover with dust jacket, signed inside on the title page in ink, "Earvin Magic Johnson." In overall fine condition. My Life book accompanied by a photo of Johnson taken at a Barnes & Noble book signing.

Sold For: $196 (w/BP) Auction #605 - March 25, 2021 View Details

Nice collector-grade complete set, with the final card of Mickey Mantle and the rookie card of Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson.  Includes: Graded Cards - 6 with #s 20 Banks (PSA EX-MT+ 6.5), 120 Rose (PSA EX 5), 260 Jackson RC (PSA AUTH), 500 Mantle (PSA EX-MT 6), 533 Ryan (PSA VG/EX 4), and 597 Fingers RC (PSA EX 5).  Ungraded Cards - #s 35 Morgan (VG), 50 Clemente (EX), 85 Brock (GD…

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Extremely rare vintage 28 x 21.75 promotional poster for the “World’s Greatest Wrestlers,” a professional wrestling showcase held at the Bronx’s New York Coliseum on December 26, 1933, which features images of Jack Sherry (“World’s Uncrowned Champion”), Vanka Zelezniak (“Siberian Wildman”), Paul Boesch (“Brooklyn Adonis”), and Jack…

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Large fabric 119″ x 76″ flag of the Olympic rings against a white background, with a strip of Velcro (male) running along the entire reverse of top edge, and a small loop of rope terminating at either end of the hoist. In fine condition, with swatches of tape to roping. A decidedly attractive example of the Olympic flag.

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Two items: an ALS signed "Hank," one page, 6 x 7, personal letterhead, March 21, 1985, in part: "I'm enclosing the Hall of Fame cards as you requested"; and one gold 3.5 x 5.5 Hall of Fame plaque card, signed across the top in black felt tip, "Hank Greenberg." In overall fine condition.

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Roger Peckinpaugh's game-used New York Yankees road uniform from the 1918 season, including his jersey and pants. The button-down gray flannel jersey features "New York" (restored) across the chest and features a red, white, and blue silk World War I memorial armband on the left sleeve. It retains the proper Spalding manufacturer's tag in the collar, and has the player's surname chain…

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Bank of Washington Heights counter check, 6.25 x 2.75, filled out and signed by Roger Peckinpaugh, "R. T. Peckinpaugh," payable to Geo. H. Ruth for $1000, August 4, 1921, endorsed on the reverse by Babe Ruth, "Geo. H. Ruth." In fine condition. Encapsulated in a PSA/DNA authentication holder. Babe Ruth and Roger Peckinpaugh were teammates on the New York Yankees in 1920 and 1921, just as Ruth eme…

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Roger Peckinpaugh's 1924 Washington Senators World Series Championship watch fob pendant, crafted from 14K gold by Dieges & Clust, engraved on the reverse: "Presented to Roger T. Peckinpaugh by the Commissioner of Baseball," and marked "14KT / Dieges & Clust." The front features a patriotic depiction of the US Capitol flanked by bald eagles, over crossed bats and a silver baseball ins…

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Official Reach American League (Barnard) baseball signed in ink on the sweet spot and side panels by 20 members of the 1928 Philadelphia Athletics team, including: Ty Cobb, Jimmie Foxx, Tris Speaker (ss), Al Simmons (ss), Mickey Cochrane, Lefty Grove, Jimmie Dykes, Joe Boley, Joe Bush, Sam Hale, George 'Mule' Haas, Ed Rommel, Jack Quinn, Joe Hauser, Carroll 'Lefty' Yerkes, William…

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Goldsmith 'Official 97 League' Southern Association baseball signed in ink on the sweet spot and side panels by 16 members of the 1938 New York Yankees team, including: Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Joe McCarthy (ss), Bill Dickey, Joe Gordon, Charles 'Red' Ruffing, Tom Henrich, Art Fletcher, Steve Sundra, Joe Beggs, John Haley, Johnny Murphy, Wes Ferrell, Bump Haldey, Frank Crosetti, …

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Official Reach American League (Johnson) baseball signed in ink on the sweet spot and side panels by 17 members of the 1925 pennant-winning Washington Senators team, including: Walter Johnson (ss), Bucky Harris (ss), Sam Rice, Stan Coveleski, Roger Peckinpaugh, Joe Judge, Allen Russell, Tex Jeanes, Tom Zachary, Joe Harris, Al Schacht, Earl McNeely, Spencer Adams, Alex Ferguson, Muddy Ruel, Harry …

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Remarkable Elgin pocket watch presented to Ed Delahanty by the Mansfield Rooters (the fans of the Mansfield Base Ball Club of the Ohio State League) in 1887, evidently as a token of appreciation after his successful 'rookie' campaign. In 1887, the 19-year-old Delahanty signed on to play his first professional baseball for Mansfield for $50 a month, and the young star played in 83 games, b…

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Exceptionally rare partial example of the A35 Goodwin & Co. ‘Baseball Champions’ Round Album, one of the 19th century’s most coveted baseball keepsakes. Widely considered one of the most beautiful baseball-related tobacco collectibles, the ‘Round Album’ was available only as a premium obtained by mail in exchange for coupons packaged with Goodwin tobacco brands l…

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Two desirable cards from the early 1895 N300 Mayo Cut Plug set, both in poor condition but retaining excellent image clarity and quality. Includes: Hall of Famer Tommy McCarthy of the Boston Beaneaters, trimmed with some staining at the top and paper remnants affixed to back; and Jack Glasscock of the Louisville Colonels, with several creases, minor staining at top, and scrapbook remnants on the …

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In terms of population, the W600 Sporting Life Cabinet of Honus Wagner in uniform is by far rarer and appears in far fewer auctions or collections than the 'Holy Grail' of baseball cards, the T206 Wagner, and it boasts the same iconic portrait. Famed photographer Carl Horner originally shot the most recognized image on a baseball card sometime after 1900, and based upon Wagner's appe…

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Group of ten T206 white border baseball cards, including four graded by PSA GOOD 2 or GOOD+ 2.5. The cards have lower technical grades but present nicely, and the lot is highlighted by the difficult portrait of Hal Chase with pink background: this is a well-centered and eye-catching example, suffering from a horizontal crease across his chest. All have Piedmont or Sweet Caporal backs. Includes: …

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Group of seven T206 white border baseball cards, all graded by PSA VG-EX 4 or VG-EX+ 4.5. The appealing lot exclusively features portraits from the popular tobacco issue, including: 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Harry Krause (Portrait) - PSA VG-EX+ 4.5 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 150/30 Red Dooin - PSA VG-EX 4 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 150/30 Tommy Leach (Portrait) - PSA VG-EX 4 1909-11 T206…

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Group of seven T206 white border baseball cards highlighted by famed batting champ and alleged gambler Hal Chase, all graded by PSA VG-EX 4. Includes: 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 150/30 Hal Chase (Throwing White Cap) - PSA VG-EX 4 1909-11 T206 Piedmont 150 George Gibson - PSA VG-EX 4 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 150/30 Ed Hahn - PSA VG-EX 4 1909-11 T206 Piedmont 150 Tom Jones - PSA VG-EX 4 1909-11 …

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Eight 1909-11 T206 white border cards, all with Sweet Caporal or Piedmont backs, being a consistent assemblage grading VG to VG-EX. Includes: Bill Bergen (Batting), Lena Blackburne, Dave Brain, Al Bridwell (No Cap), Fielder Jones (Chi., Hands At Hips), Rube Geyer, Dummy Taylor, and Jake Thielman.

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Group of nine T206 white border baseball cards, all graded by PSA VG 3 or VG+ 3.5. Includes: 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 150/25 George Brown (Browne, Chicago) - PSA VG+ 3.5 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 150/25 Ed Killian (Pitching) - PSA VG+ 3.5 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Jack White - PSA VG+ 3.5 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Johnny Bates - PSA VG 3 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Wid C…

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Group of nine T206 white border baseball cards, all graded by PSA VG 3 or VG+ 3.5. All are portraits from the popular set. Includes: 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 150/30 George Stone - PSA VG+ 3.5 1909-11 T206 Piedmont 350 Herman Armbruster - PSA VG 3 1909-11 T206 Piedmont 350 Cy Barger - PSA VG 3 1909-11 T206 Piedmont 350 Jimmy Burke - PSA VG 3 1909-11 T206 Sweet Caporal 350/30 Art Devlin - PSA VG…

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An outstanding T206 Piedmont 150 portrait of Napoleon Lajoie, one of the key Hall of Famers in the popular white border set. This is a crisp, clean, and well-centered example with just a slight miscut as issued from the factory; the background is bright yellow-gold and the card possesses superior registration. The card is without creases and the corners display all the attributes of an EX example…

Sold For: $1,490 (w/BP) Auction #605 - March 25, 2021 View Details

Graded by PSA GOOD+ 2.5. American League batting star and Hall of Famer Nap Lajoie is shown in a great 'throwing' pose on this desirable card from the esteemed T206 set. The card exhibits some slight soiling and rounded corners.

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Graded by PSA PR 1. Another key Hall of Fame portrait in the T206 set, this card shows Willie Keeler in his New York uniform. Standing at 5´ 4″ and weighing just 140 pounds, 'Wee Willie' was yet a towering figure in the batter's box: regarded as one of the greatest contact hitters of all time, he was nearly impossible to strike out and finished his career with a .341 batti…

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