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See a Picture of this Item 57 1980 Philadelphia Phillies team autographed baseball bat. Louisville Slugger full size commemorative bat with titling stamped on the barrel end having been signed by (33) members of the 1980 Phillies team. Players include Schmidt, Rose, Carlton, McGraw, McBride, Trillo, Maddox, and Bowa. Signatures range from 8 to 10 out of 10. Uncommon team signed bat with uncommonly high number of player signatures. Includes full LOA from PSA/DNA: NM $1,100.00 ($2,000-$3,000) Closed to online bidding $1,100.00
See a Picture of this Item 62 1976 Greg Luzinski autographed Philadelphia Phillies professional model home uniform. Pinstriped jersey has Phillies "P" team logo on left front chest and player number "19" on right. Number also appears on back below "Luzinski" nameplate. "National League Centennial" and "Philadelphia 76" patches on sleeves are original to the period but have been replaced (likely removed by the team when the jersey was sent for subsequent use in the Minor Leagues). "Luzinski" embroidered strip tag is present in the collar with additional on front tail reading "46 76 Set 1." Above this is a Wilson manufacturer's tag noting size (46). There is a button designed to hold lower front tails together below the zipper (a custom alteration which looks to have been done at time of manufacture which we have not seen before). Signed on the front in marker rating 8 out of 10. Pants are likewise by Wilson (size 38) with embroidered strip in waist reading "Luzinski 76 3 38." Strong usage and wash wear evident throughout. Highly desirable ensemble with regard to both a highly regarded player and important season in Phillies lore. Very rare with this being one of a select few 1976 Phillies jerseys/uniforms we have handled. Included LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $1,500.00 ($2,000-$3,000) Closed to online bidding $1,500.00
See a Picture of this Item 65 Scarce 1979 Garry Maddox Philadelphia Phillies "Saturday Night Special" uniform (One Game Style). Originally intended to be worn during Saturday night home games for the Philadelphia Phillies the solid maroon style uniforms made their debut on May 19, 1979. The Phillies were trounced by the Montreal Expos by a score of 10-5 but received even worse reviews for the uniforms which were categorized by many as some of the most unattractive ever worn in Major League play. Bowing to the pressure of poor reviews and player complaints the Phillies discontinued use after the single game of use making this particular style one of the rarest of all 20th century uniforms. Offered is Garry Maddox's Saturday Night Special uniform of a deep maroon knit jersey and pants having "31" and "P" on front with "Maddox" nameplate on the back above #31. Proper Rawlings tagging affixed to tail front along with "Set 1 1979" flag tag and "44 79 1" chain stitched strip tag. Matching pants are included with identical Rawlings and supplemental tagging. Signed by Maddox in black sharpie across the front. Very light use/wash wear as appropriate for one game style. Incredible rarity ranking among the most desirable of all modern era uniform styles. Includes LOA from MEARS Authentication graded a perfect A10: EX-MT $4,480.00 ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $4,480.00
See a Picture of this Item 75 Fine 1980 Steve Carlton autographed Philadelphia Phillies professional model road jersey (MEARS A10). Powder blue zipper front jersey has Phillies "P" team logo on left chest and number "32" on right. Number also appears on back below a "Carlton" nameplate. "Carlton" embroidered strip tag appears in the collar. Wilson tag on front tail notes size (46) and an additional strip below reads "80 1." Signed on the front "Best Wishes, Steve Carlton" in marker rating 8 out of 10 with evident usage and wash wear throughout. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions and MEARS (graded "A10"): EX $8,000.00 ($7,500-$10,000) Closed to online bidding $8,000.00
See a Picture of this Item 140 Significant 2008 Harry Kalas Philadelphia Phillies World Series ring. Every team has their legends. Typically they are the players on whom the faithful have come to rest their emotional attachment to the game and with them we ride the ups and downs of winning and losing. There are very few figures who can evoke such as response without ever having taken the field. Harry Kalas was at the top of that short list. He joined the Phillies organization with the opening of Veterans Stadium in 1971 and was the voice of the franchise for nearly forty years. Through down seasons, acquisitions of star players, National League playoffs, World Championships seasons, and moments too numerous to list Harry Kalas provided one of the great broadcasting voices as narration. Although not born and raised in Philadelphia he was 'our guy'. Due to MLB broadcasting rights Harry was not able to call the 1980 World Series victory live on air but instead recorded a cut after the game. The 2008 Phillies World Championship season fittingly culminated with the radio call which Harry had waited so very many years to proclaim, "One strike away; nothing-and-two, the count to Hinske. Fans on the their feet; rally towels are being waved. Brad Lidge stretches. The 0-2 pitch - swing and a miss, struck him out! The Philadelphia Phillies are 2008 World Champions of baseball! Brad Lidge does it again, and stays perfect for the 2008 season! 48-for-48 in save opportunities, and let the city celebrate! Don't let the 48-hour wait diminish the euphoria of this moment, and the celebration. And it has been 28 years since the Phillies have enjoyed a World Championship; 25 years in this city that a team that has enjoyed a World Championship, and the fans are ready to celebrate. What a night!" Offered is the 2008 Philadelphia Phillies World Series ring as presented to Harry Kalas as a member of the franchise. The ring itself is beautifully crafted of a 14 karat white gold, having inset "P" logo with ruby inla $45,000.00 ($50,000-$75,000) Closed to online bidding $45,000.00
See a Picture of this Item 155 2008 Ryan Howard autographed Philadelphia Phillies game used World Series home jersey (team letter). Home pinstriped jersey has "Phillies" team name lettered across the front with "Howard 6" on back. Number also appears on the left sleeve, a 2008 World Series patch is on right. Majestic tag is screened on front tail noting size (54) and an "08" embroidered year tag is sewn inside. Proper 0063 coded wash tag is inside. Light to moderate usage wear evident throughout and Howard has autographed the back number in marker rating 8/9 out of 10. An exceptional modern era game jersey from THE star player on the Phillies lauded Championship team with outstanding first hand provenance. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and Phillies team issued letter confirming use in the World Series: EX $4,750.00 ($3,000-$5,000) Closed to online bidding $4,750.00
See a Picture of this Item 179 Significant October 6, 2010 NLDS Roy Halladay no-hit game used third base (MLB Authentication). Regulation base by Schutt Sports used during the game in which Roy Halladay threw a post season no-hitter. Sides of base have inset alternating NLDS series and MLB/Phillies Postseason logo placards. On back is a black marker "3rd 7-9 10-6-10 NLDS #1" notation. Displays evident usage wear/soiling and retains the original metal anchor backing. Noteworthy piece from the historic game was on field through the 9th inning and thus the final out of a now legendary performance. MLB Authentication hologram (FJ254048) affixed which confirms that base was used as third base during innings 7-9: EX $3,300.00 ($2,000-$4,000) Closed to online bidding $3,300.00
See a Picture of this Item 188 Shibe Park stadium turnstile. Original painted cast iron turnstile which was once used in the famed Philadelphia stadium displaying in fine general condition having several layers of paint over its years of use. General expected stadium use visible throughout with counter piece at top missing: VG-EX $1,200.00 ($2,000-$4,000) Closed to online bidding $1,200.00
See a Picture of this Item 193 Philadelphia Phillies professional model warm up jacket c. late 1940s. Original royal blue wool jacket with red and white trim and leather sleeves. Retains original "Phillies" applied team name across the back with Wilson manufacturing tag inside collar. "20" uniform number tagging found inside the tail front which may be attributed to Dutch Leonard or Hank Borowy. Expected surface wear visible throughout while retaining fine original color and appearance. Missing zipper pull. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $1,100.00 ($2,000-$4,000) Closed to online bidding $1,100.00
See a Picture of this Item 197 Fine Philadelphia Phillies c.late 1940s warm-up jacket (exceedingly rare style). Heavy woolen cold weather jacket with vibrant red body sleeves accented by red, white, and blue trim. A "P" team logo appears on front chest with "Phillies" team name lettered across the back. Fur lined interior has a "Wilson" in the collar with adjacent size "46" tag. Strip tag below, presumably a player identifier, is no longer present. Exceptionally well preserved with the only notable flaw being a break in leather hanging strip at neckline. A choice early display piece and exceptional rarity. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and a MEARS authentication hologram is applied inside: EX $1,300.00 ($2,000-$3,000) Closed to online bidding $1,300.00
See a Picture of this Item 210 1950 Philadelphia Phillies NL Championship commemorative black bat. Louisville Slugger commemorative black bat as issued in honor of the Phillies 1950 NL Championship having gilt impressed player names and facsimile signatures. Players include Roberts, Ashburn, Ennis, Simmons, and Konstanty. Very strong condition example with just a hint of mentionable wear: EX/MT-NM $800.00 ($300-$500) Closed to online bidding DNS
See a Picture of this Item 215 Rare Richie Ashburn professional model baseball glove c.1961-62 (Paul Hill Collection Provenance). Rawlings professional model TG15 baseball glove retaining its original Rawlings label on the back strap with interior stampings intact. The glove shows exceptional use throughout while remaining in original condition. The offered glove was obtained directly from Richie Ashburn by legendary hobbyist Paul Hill back in 1963. Ashburn had recently retired from baseball and was throwing batting practice for his former team , the Philadelphia Phillies, at which point Paul Hill was given the glove directly by Ashburn. This particular model glove was clearly used by Ashburn towards the end of his career and is corroborated by several vintage photographs picturing Ashburn wearing an identical (if not the actual glove itself) example. Particularly rare and desirable game glove from one of the more popular Phillies Hall of Fame players in team history. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions, vintage signed photo of Ashburn wearing identical model glove, color photo of Ashburn wearing identical model glove, letter of provenance from Paul Hill, related letters confirming display at the National Baseball Hall of Fame: E $5,500.00 ($5,000-$7,500) Closed to online bidding $5,500.00
See a Picture of this Item 216 Scarce Robin Roberts professional model baseball glove c.1950s (Team Related Provenance) Rawlings Mort Cooper model glove retains its original manufacturer's labeling on exterior backstrap with interior stampings remaining visible. Strong overall use is evident throughout including wear to the interior pocket. Replaced lacing at top of glove fingers. Vintage "36" written in period black marker on thumb exterior. The offered glove originated from the personal collection of longtime Philadelphia Athletics and Phillies broadcaster Claude Haring. Robin Roberts was one of the more dominant pitchers of the 1950-1960s era. His durability and consistency are legendary remaining atop many of the Phillies franchise record lists and earning him election to the Baseball Hall of Fame. The glove also includes an 8"x10" black and white photo of Roberts pitching which pictures him wearing an identical Rawlings model glove with "Anchored" web stamping clearly visible. Very fine Hall of Fame member game glove with impeccable provenance. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and letter of provenance from the Haring family: VG-EX $2,600.00 ($3,000-$5,000) Closed to online bidding $2,600.00
See a Picture of this Item 221 1960 Dallas Green autographed Philadelphia Phillies professional model home jersey (Rookie season). Home pinstriped jersey has "Phillies" team name lettered across the front and number "46" on back. "Wilson" manufacturer's tag on front tail lists the size (46) and there is a "1960" embroidered year tag below. Additional tag has been removed from the collar. Signed in blue marker, "Dallas Green 1960 Phillies" rating 8 out of 10. Fine overall condition with evident usage and wash wear throughout. Green spent portions of (5) seasons with the Phillies in the 1960s and came on to Manage the team in 1979. In 1980 he lead them to a World Series Championship cementing his legacy in an ardent sports town. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $1,200.00 ($2,000-$3,000) Closed to online bidding $1,200.00
See a Picture of this Item 236 Fine Andy Seminick set of catcher's gear with 1950 World Series attribution. Exceptional and rare grouping of professional model game equipment with each piece including handwritten player direct documentation. Chest protector, shinguards, and mask are all by MacGregor and retain identifiable manufacturers markings and/or model numbers. The name "Seminick" is embroidered along one of the fabric straps of the chest protector; the first such piece of vintage equipment we have seen stitched in this manner. Strong usage wear evident throughout along with some general age wear. A chest protector strap has separated at one side and while unclear it is possible that a small leather flap and buckle are missing. Shinguards have a section of interior material cut away which was likely a period modification done by Seminick. Each piece includes a handwritten and signed letter (from Seminick dated 7/22/88) relating that he used them in the 1950 World Series. Also included are what appear to be a pair of vintage elbow pads (interior pads have hardened) which are vintage signed "Andy Seminick" in marker rating 8 out of 10. A cult hero within the Philadelphia area, Seminick was a key member of the fabled Whiz Kids and contributed a fine effort to their 1950 NL Pennant playing the 1950 World Series with a fractured ankle. It is extremely rare that an ensemble such as this, with succinct and direct provenance, is made available. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $2,600.00 ($2,000-$4,000) Closed to online bidding $2,600.00
See a Picture of this Item 239 1966 Dick Groat Philadelphia Phillies professional model road jersey. Gray flannel jersey with "Phillies" lettered across the front in scripted logo font has player number "24" on back. "Groat" embroidered strip tag remains the collar. "Wilson" tag on front tail lists the size (42) and adjacent are "Set 1" and year "66" flag tags. Outstanding all original condition with evident usage and wash wear throughout. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $1,800.00 ($2,000-$3,000) Closed to online bidding $1,800.00
See a Picture of this Item 268 Mike Schmidt attributed c.1973-74 Rookie era Philadelphia Phillies professional model jacket. Red woolen jacket with swiss embroidered "P" team logo on front chest has white faux leather sleeves and is accented with red/white trim. "Wilson" manufacturers tag in the collar notes size (44) and has several vintage marker notations including what appears to be a blurred number "20." Usage wear evident throughout along with a hint of light/mild discoloration. History is relayed via a handwritten letter from a very well-known Phillies collector whom states that he obtained the jacket from another former player. He further narrows dating through several style details to the 1973-74 time period. Given the related history and proper sizing, we are confident in offering this as one of the earliest pieces of Schmidt related game material to have entered the marketplace. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and aforementioned letter of provenance: EX $4,000.00 ($2,000-$4,000) Closed to online bidding $4,000.00
See a Picture of this Item 291 Steve Carlton autographed c.1988 professional model glove. Rawlings Gold Glove Series right handed model PRO 76-VC glove has slightly faded "Lefty" notation on outer thumb. In addition, the number "38" is written in similar marked on the Velcro closure wrist strap. Strong usage wear evident throughout and he has signed the glove, "Steve Carlton HOF 94" in marker rating 9/10 out of 10. When originally offered the glove was accompanied by a letter on "329 Game Winner Sports Management" stationary (Carlton's representatives) which notes that it is game used and was the last one which Carlton had retained possession of (signed by a Carlton business associate). The original has been misplaced but a full sized printed copy will be included. Fine piece of game equipment with direct ties to the Hall of Fame career of a (300) game winner and modern era pitching icon. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and copy of additional letter: EX $2,600.00 ($4,000-$6,000) Closed to online bidding $2,600.00