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Heine Batch Tobacco Card-Baseball Series-C46-No 20
Item #: NEW-0014313

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This little card was included in cigarette packs in 1912 by the Canadian Imperial company.  There were 90 cards in the set known as Baseball Series.  See link:
http://www.cardboardconnection.com/1912-c46-imperial-tobacco-baseball-cards

Please view the scans carefully.  Some flaking of the image on the tips and right top edge.

Batch was a utility out-fielder in the Rochester International League.  He also playped for Brooklyn 

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $38.50 USD
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John “Rube" Kissinger Tobacco Card-Baseball Series-C46-No 20
Item #: NEW-0014312

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This little card was included in cigarette packs in 1912 by the Canadian Imperial company.  There were 90 cards in the set known as Baseball Series.  See link:
http://www.cardboardconnection.com/1912-c46-imperial-tobacco-baseball-cards

Please view the scans carefully.  There are some areas on the edges where the image has flaked off.  See area on his right shoulder and the lettering on "City"   There is something external on the surface and is shiny when you rotate the card.

Kissinger was a pitcher and played for the Jersey City Club of the International League and Toronto, Buffalo, and Detroit. 


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Tom Hughes Tobacco Card-Baseball Series-C46-No 66
Item #: NEW-0014302

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This little card was included in cigarette packs in 1912 by the Canadian Imperial company.  There were 90 cards in the set known as Baseball Series.  See link:
http://www.cardboardconnection.com/1912-c46-imperial-tobacco-baseball-cards

Hughes had a good career and there is a good write up on him in Wikipedia. Here is a portion of it:  "On August 3, 1906 Hughes became the first pitcher in major league history to pitch a shutout and hit a home run which accounted for the only run in the game, when he hit a solo shot in the 10th inning off St. Louis Browns pitcher Fred Glade, at Sportsman's Park II, to give Washington a victory. He also pitched in the first World Series, though losing in the third game."  His stint with Rochester must have been very brief and near the end of his career.

Please view the scans, the card looks pretty good to me.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $58.50 USD
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Edward Phelps Tobacco Card-Baseball Series-C46-No36
Item #: NEW-0014301

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This little tobacco card was an insert in cigarette packs in a 1912 set put out by the Canadian Imperial Company  See the link at the bottom.  The card appears to be pristine.  Phelps was evidently with the team for a very short time since Toronto was not mentioned in his record on the web that I saw.  He did play for winning teams however. See his record that follows.  

http://www.cardboardconnection.com/1912-c46-imperial-tobacco-baseball-cards


Edward Jaykill Phelps (March 3, 1879 – January 31, 1942) born in Albany, New York was a Catcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates (1902–04, 1906–08), Cincinnati Reds (1905–06), St. Louis Cardinals (1909–1910) and Brooklyn Dodgers (1912–13).

He helped the Pirates win the 1902 and 1903 National League Pennants and played in the 1903 World Series.

In 11 seasons he played in 633 Games and had 1,832 At Bats, 186 Runs, 460 Hits, 45 Doubles, 20 Triples, 3 Home Runs, 205 RBI, 31 Stolen Bases, 163 Walks, .251 Batting Average, .325 On-base percentage, .302 Slugging Percentage, 554 Total Bases and 60 Sacrifice Hits.

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Wyatt Lee Tobacco Card-Baseball Series C46-No 71
Item #: NEW-0014285

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This little card was an insert in a cigarette pack produced by the Imperial company in Canada  It is from Baseball Series set known as C46 made in 1910. Lee was a pitcher for the Newark International League which had teams in America and Canada.  He was a pitcher.  

Please view the scans carefully to see the condition. The back has some problems.

http://www.cardboardconnection.com/1912-c46-imperial-tobacco-baseball-cards

Note:  Canadians will not be able to place an order through the site but you can order it by e-mail.  $6.50 will be the shipping.

 

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $38.50 USD
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Bobby Rowe Tobacco Card-Hockey Player Series-No 23-C55
Item #: NEW-0014283

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This little tobacco card was an insert in cigarette packs by the Imperial Cigarette Company in Canada.  See a history of the cards in this listing.  This card has staining in the borders so please study the scan carefully.  Some of the stains in the yellow area are in the lithograph.  Google Bobby Rowe and you will see another specimen of the card.

Robert Price "Stubby" Rowe (b. August 19, 1885 in Heathcote, Ontario - d. September 21, 1948 in Portland, Oregon) was a professional ice hockey player who played 4 games in the National Hockey League and 283 games in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association. He played for the Boston Bruins and Seattle Metropolitans. Rowe won the Stanley Cup in 1917 with Seattle.

The first hockey card sets, generally known as C Series sets, were distributed in cigarette packages by the Imperial Tobacco Company during 1910-1913. The first hockey card set, designated as C56, was issued in the 1910-1911 season, and was called the "Hockey Series" featuring colored portraits of the leading hockey players of that year. This thirty-six (36) card series featured hockey players from the Ottawa, Quebec, Renfrew, Wanderers, and Montreal teams. The forty-five (45) card C55 Series was issued in 1911-12

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Paddy Moran-Hockey Players Series-Imperial Tobacco Card-No1 C55
Item #: NEW-0014282

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This little tobacco card was inserted in cigarette packs by the Imperial Company based in Canada.  This was the first card in the C-55 series perhaps since he was a Hockey Hall of Fame player.  This card has some damage so please study the scan carefully. There is a hard to see light crease which begins at the top of the right hand edge and runs through part of his shirt.  The area at the right bottom corner is also a crease.

Patrick Joseph "Paddy" Moran (March 11, 1877 – January 14, 1966) was a professional ice hockey goaltender. Moran played all but one of his 16 seasons for the Quebec Hockey Club, from 1901 to 1917; in the 1909–10 season, Moran played for the Haileybury Comets. Moran was noted for protecting the area in front of his net by aggressively using his stick, and expectorating at opposing players while chewing tobacco. He won two Stanley Cups with Quebec in 1912 and 1913. Moran was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1958.

The first hockey card sets, generally known as C Series sets, were distributed in cigarette packages by the Imperial Tobacco Company during 1910-1913. The first hockey card set, designated as C56, was issued in the 1910-1911 season, and was called the "Hockey Series" featuring colored portraits of the leading hockey players of that year. This thirty-six (36) card series featured hockey players from the Ottawa, Quebec, Renfrew, Wanderers, and Montreal teams. The forty-five (45) card C55 Series was issued in 1911-12
Patrick (Paddy) Moran-Canadian Hockey Players-Tobacco Card-C55-No1

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Tennessee Central Railway Ad-UT-Vanderbilt Game Trip-1911
Item #: NEW-0014089

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This paper item is on stiff paper and measures 7 inches long.  I was intrigued by the old telephone number at the bottom and tested the acidity level which showed that indeed it is very old.  They were advertising the $5 round trip fare for the football game which was held in Nashville.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $37.50 USD
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Baseball Collectibles-Auctions-Mastronet Lot
Item #: NEW-0013771

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This listing includes three very thick catalogues from Bill Mastro's auctions from April 24, 2003, August 28, 2003, and April 14 2005.  These would be very good reference guides for the baseball collector despite the auctioneers fall from grace.  I'm estimating that the catalogues will weigh about nine pounds but can be sent media mail for a savings. Ignore the shipping total on the invoice.  The auctions offered all kinds of baseball collectibles, including autographed items, some of which were undoubtedly suspect.  The auction guides should still be useful.

Shipping Weight: 10 lbs
Price: $12.00 USD
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Bernville Pa Baseball Team-1912 Real Photo Snapshot
Item #: NEW-0013686

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Neat old sepia photograph of the Bernville baseball team.  The photo is a little creased at the top middle edge.  Photo is the size of a postcard.  Someone has written on the back in period hand writing, "Baseball Team photo. Bernville Penna year 1912". 

Bernville is a small borough in Berks County, Pennsylvania. 


Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $35.50 USD
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Boxed Set-Baseball-Ken Burns-VHS Set
Item #: NEW-0013607

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This item falls in the category of "doesn't fit in".  I no longer count myself a baseball fan but have always been fascinated by the history of baseball and I'm a fan of Ken Burns.  I watched all nine programs and found it mesmerizing.  These are on VHS tapes, which I have always found superior to DVD's as they never get stuck and you can resume where you left off.  Ignore the shipping price on the invoice.  It will be sent media mail and not sure of the cost.  I will refund excessive postage.

Shipping Weight: 3 lbs
Price: $21.50 USD
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Spalding's Football Guide-1930-High School Teams-Photos
Item #: NEW-0013606

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Some wear to this little booklet though it presents well.  There is a large corner crease on the bottom corner which blends in with the graphics.  There is a small linear crease on the same corner. The paper is newsprint quality and has acidic toning but interior pages are clean.  The most interesting thing is the photographs of some of the high school teams, complete with names.  Not all the teams are pictured and some states just has a few teams listed.  Also the Official Playing Rules Recodified. 80 pages. 

Shipping Weight: 1.3 lbs
Price: $27.50 USD
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Golf Champions-Loving Cup-Mounted Silver Print
Item #: NEW-0013429

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This great photograph with mount measures 14 by 12 inches.  Photographer mark on Schneider of Chicago.  Framing instructions on the back read 1917 but the photograph could be earlier.  All of the individuals in the photograph have signed their names.  One appears to read J A Bender, another W B Traser in bold ink.  The three others are in lighter ink and harder to read so I won't. I can't read the trophy either.  They are look pretty proud of themselves.  The first scan is of the photo in the frame which will not be included.  The second scan is of the photograph itself and has the truest appearance. 

Shipping Weight: 2.5 lbs
Price: $157.50 USD
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Vince Dooley Vintage Paper Football Game Cap
Item #: NEW-0013424

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I bet there aren't many of these left.  Shows the mascot and a football helmet for the University of Georgia team.  Stains and wear. 

Vincent Joseph Dooley (born September 4, 1932) was the head football coach (seasons 1964 through 1988

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $8.50 USD
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Vintage Baltimore Orioles Button
Item #: NEW-0013376

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One and 3/4 of an inch celluloid button.  Clean with the exception of one tiny spot on the rim. 

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $35.50 USD
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Vintage Baseball Player-Mounted Albumen
Item #: NEW-0013238

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This is a small photograph, with the board measuring 5+ by 3+ inches.  No photographer mark.

Price: $16.50 USD (Sale Pending)
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1999-Tennessee Titans Ticket Lot-AFC Champions
Item #: NEW-0013005

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Hope this is of interest to mutual Tennessee Titans fans as a reminder of the good old days.  Can be mailed in a legal sized envelope.

Shipping Weight: 0.2 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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Photo-Andre Agassi-Signed
Item #: NEW-0012977

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This is an 8 by 10 photograph of Andrew Agassi showing off his 1996 Olympic Gold Meal.  This was given to me by a friend who purchased it at a charity auction.  Hopefully the signature is authentic but I have no way of knowing it for sure so won't promise that it is. 

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $10.50 USD
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Chicago White Sox Litho Button
Item #: NEW-0011536

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7/8 of an inch litho is good condition.  It is from some kind of set.  It has a duck with glasses on the back and says "baseball contest."

Shipping Weight: 0.5 lb
Price: $5.50 USD
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Syracuse University Button-Ribbons with Football
Item #: NEW-0011535

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See scan.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $8.50 USD
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Music City Golf Tournament Buttons-Nashville
Item #: NEW-0011534

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Four two and a quarter inch buttons made for golf tournaments in Nashville.  One is from 1978 and the other from 1979  Pro-Celbrity Golf Tournament and two are from the Sara Lee Classic tournaments in 1992 and 1993.

Shipping Weight: 1.3 lbs
Price: $6.50 USD
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Booklet-Hunting Tips-Ted Williams-Sears Publication
Item #: NEW-0011346

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Neat advertising booklet featuring my all time favorite baseball player. Illustrations of hunting guns as well as Williams. I believe it was published in 1971. 

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $16.00 USD
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Tennessee Volunteers-SEC National Champions Envelope
Item #: NEW-0011230

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Attractive envelope put out by the Post Office when UT won the National Championship.  Oh, those were the days.  I have two available, but only one in this listing.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $17.50 USD
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Crescent City Jockey Club-Stub-Grandstand Admission Badge
Item #: NEW-0010812

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This was taken from a scrapbook and part of the scrapbook is on the back.  Horse Racing. New Orleans Louisiana.  Everything in the scrap book was late 1800's to mid 1900's.

Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
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Neat Basketball Team Albumen
Item #: NEW-008522

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9 by 7 and a half inch photo on a board which has been cut down due to the damage. Photo has good contrast and clarity is very good, plus the players are quite handsome. The silver in the albumen causes some distortion when you are not looking dead on at the photo. Note the damage to the lower edge to the left where part of the photo has come loose and has torn off. There is also a tear which extends for at least three inches. Unfortunatley the title portion is missing which indicates the state. What I can read is Hannibal YMCA Basketball team 1912-1913.

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $12.50 USD
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Football Flyer-Hickman HS Versus Waverly Tennessee
Item #: NEW-008369

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Neat little broadside on thin newsprint type paper which announces a football game between Hickman High School and Waverly High School. I'm guessing that this is from the 30's or 40's. A cople of large, light folds. Three of these availabe for purchase.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $15.50 USD
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Basketball Team-Rock Island High School-Illinois
Item #: NEW-008307

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Geat condition on this vintage photo of a basketball team. 8 X 10 inches, encased in a decorative holder not seen in the scan.

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $27.50 USD
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Horse Race Winner-Photo-Kentucky
Item #: NEW-008221

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Unmounted albumen which came from a dealer in Hopkinsville Kentucky. Photo measures just under 7 inches by 5. Black scrapbook remnants on the back of photo. Large crease which runs a third of the way down the right hand edge and corner crease on the bottom right hand corner. Shows a rather glum looking crowd of people with what should be the winning horse since the woman is holding a bouquet of flowers with streamers.

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $37.50 USD
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Photo-Rock Island ll-HS-Football Team
Item #: NEW-008163

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The scan of this photo is not true to the appearance. It is not dark and has excellent clarity. The mounted photograph measures 8 by 10, with the board 14 by 11. The team is pictured with it's mascot. Some wear to the board. Edges of photo are dingy. There are two real photo postcards of this same team that are listed under Postcards.

Shipping Weight: 2 lbs
Price: $35.50 USD
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Vintage Tennis Players Postcard
Item #: POS-007047

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Indentations from being in an album and rounded, flaked off corners. Railroad cancel which reads Lakeland & FTMY? RPO sent to Forsyth Georgia

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $6.50 USD
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Sandy Koufax-Training Camp-Candid Snapshot
Item #: NEW-006621

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5 by 11 inch photograph which was taken in training camp in St. Petersburg Florida. One of the greatest pitchers in baseball, Koufax played his entire career for the Brooklyn Dodgers which later became the Los Angeles Dodgers. This photo was taken late in his career. Koufax was the youngest pitcher to ever be voted into Baseball's Hall of Fame and a wonderful role model for the Jewish religion. Suitable for framing with his autograph.

Shipping Weight: 1 lb
Price: $20.50 USD
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Stan Musial Candid Snapshots
Item #: NEW-006620

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Two photographs which measures 5 by 7 inches each. Nice condition with only a small corner crease in one. They have in rolled over the years and don't want to lay down flat. These were taken in St. Petersburg during the team's training camp. Stan the Man seems to be in the closing years of his baseball career. Nice relaxed views of one of the greatest baseball players of all time. St. Louis Cardinals. These photos could be beautifully framed with anyone lucky enough to have his autograph.

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MBA-Football Champions-1926-Composite Photo
Item #: NEW-004654

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Great photo of the Southern Champions in 1926 from Montgomery Bell Academy in Nashville Tennessee. Artist is Thuss. Seven games, in which none of their opponents scored a point. One game the score was 101 to 0. Talk about running up the score. Here are some condition problems which needs to be mentioned. (photo measures 13 by 11 inches) One large corner crease at botttom right hand corner, small crease which actually separated at the bottom left hand corner. This has been repaired with a heavy white tape which may be archival, I can't tell. Repaired tear with the same tape at left hand edge. Tear extends into the edge of the nearest oval picture. Small corner crease at top left hand side and small tear at upper edge. Actually the most distracting thing is the light sprinkling of red ink or stain along the Montgomery Bell Academy title at the top. Other minor creasing along some of the edges. W H Kirkpatrick was the Coach of what may have been the greatest team in MBA's history.

Here is a list of the players pictured.  William Hirsig, D W Phillips, Oscar Edmondson, a manager, B E Thomason, Manager, J W Morton, Jesse Warren, Joe Myers, H M Goodman, Moultrie Ball, Robert Worrall, James McClure, Walter McGowan, Earl Blair, J B Young, J D Patton, Donald Blair, C C Miller, CW Vaughan, Oscar Sanders, Charles Coggin, Herbert Brown, J H Green, Joseph Hackman, Walter Wright and Claude Williams.   

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Price: $125.50 USD
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Photograph-Boxers Squaring Off
Item #: NEW-004496

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Tlhis photograph measures about 4 by 3 inches. Nice condition on this studio pose. Photographer mark on the back J Winkelman

Shipping Weight: 0.13 lb
Price: $17.50 USD
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6/7/2017 9:05:00 AM
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