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See a Picture of this Item 1 UPDATED DESCRIPTION: Remarkable Lou Gehrig single signed baseball c.1930s. Reach W.Harridge Official American League baseball has been signed on the side panel, "Lou Gehrig". Fountain pen signature rates a strong 8 out of 10 and the ball displays light even toning with crisp and bold stampings. An exceedingly rare single, this being the first quality example we have offered in years, and one of the finest with regard to condition that we have handled. Includes full LOA from JSA AND WILL ALSO INCLUDE FULL LOA FROM PSA/DNA: EX/MT-NM $32,500.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $32,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 106 UPDATED DESCRIPTION: Significant Philadelphia Athletics team photograph with "Shoeless" Joe Jackson c.1908-09. Joe Jackson began his baseball career in 1900 at the tender age of 13 with the Brandon Mill baseball team in his South Carolina hometown. From an early age it was evident that Jackson was truly something special. Even the rural sandlot fields of South Carolina could not mask Jackson's raw talent and eventually the rest of the baseball world began to take notice. In 1908, Connie Mack and the Philadelphia Athletics purchased Jackson's contract from the Greenville Spinners of the Carolina Association for $325. Jackson had recently married and was reluctant to leave the comforts of his Southern hometown for the bustling Northeastern city of Philadelphia. Generally unhappy while in Philadelphia for portions of both the 1908 and 1909 seasons, Jackson had some trouble adjusting to life with the Athletics. In fact, on several occasions Connie Mack had to literally chase Jackson down after he fled the team. Consequently, he spent a portion of that time in the minor leagues. Jackson played most of the 1909 season with the South Atlantic League team in Savannah, Georgia for which he batted an astounding .358. It was clear that Jackson was simply not content with Philadelphia, and manager Mack was equally frustrated even though he clearly recognized the talent that Jackson possessed. Although Connie Mack was certainly one of the finest tacticians that the game has ever seen, he made a grave misjudgment in Jackson's case. After the 1909 season, Jackson was traded to the Cleveland Naps for Bris Lord and the rest is history. The offered original image pictures the Philadelphia Athletics team posed in full uniform either at Shibe Park or possibly a spring training stadium in the south. Players include Frank Baker, Eddie Collins, Eddie Plank, Chief Bender, Connie Mack (mgr.), and a twenty year old rookie Joe Jackson. BASED ON JACKSON'S LIMITED TENURE WITH THE CLUB (5 GAMES $13,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 158 Highly significant Jackie Robinson professional model baseball glove c.1948-50 (PSA/DNA). For young baseball fans in New York, the 1940-50s period may have been the most exciting of the 20th century. The powerhouse Yankees were seemingly in contention every season with the New York Giants rating as a formidable opponent as well. However, it was the Brooklyn Dodgers whose popularity among their fans escalated to an almost cult like following. Most notably, in 1947, that very fan base was expanded in a way that none previously could have understood or, in many cases, ever thought possible. Jackie Robinson debuted with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947 and the game would never be the same. During Jackie's career with the Dodgers he and his family resided at two properties in the New York area. From 1947 to 1949 the Robinsons lived on Tilden Ave. in Brooklyn, NY after which point they moved to 11240 177th St. in Queens where they remained until 1955. When Jackie Robinson and his family moved to Queens, his son, Jackie Robinson Jr., became acquainted with a young man by the name of Alan Colon. Alan and his family resided diagonally across the street from the Robinsons at 11223 177th St. in Queens. To think of the excitement for young Alan Colon to have shared the friendship with the younger Robinson during such a thrilling time for Dodgers baseball must have been immeasurable. During the boys friendship there were three very special occasions on which Alan Colon accompanied young Jackie Jr. and his father to Ebbets Field to watch a Dodgers game. One such instance took place on September 26, 1954 when Alan and Jackie Jr. enjoyed the amazing experience of being down on the field with the Dodgers- players before the game. A series of (13) original black and white images were taken to memorialize the visit picturing Alan Colon with various players included Roy Campanella, Gil Hodges, Duke Snider, Sandy Amoros, and Don Newcombe among others. One of the photos depicts Alan and Pe $110,000.00 ($150,000-$300,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $110,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 159 Very fine Jackie Robinson professional model baseball bat c.1952-53 (PSA/DNA GU9). Exemplary specimen as originally obtained by a Pittsburgh area gentleman who worked at a local hotel where the visiting players frequented during road trips. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measures 34 1/2" long and weighs 34.9oz. exhibiting superb use including ball marks, stitching impressions, grain swelling from ball contact, and stitching impressions. Model number S100 is stamped on knob end with bold trademark and facsimile signature stampings presenting on the barrel. The bat may be dated to the 1952-53 seasons based on his Louisville Slugger bat records in comparison to model/specifications. Beautiful example which absolutely ranks among the highest condition grade Robinson game bats in the hobby. Includes LOA from PSA/DNA (GU9), LOA from Hunt Auctions, and letter of provenance from the family of the original recipient: EX-MT $55,000.00 ($50,000-$100,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $55,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 179 Significant 1957 Nellie Fox Gold Glove Award. Prestigious award as bestowed annually upon the games' premier defensive players dates to the first season in which they were issued. A full size gold finished Rawlings glove with "Major League All Star Fielding Team" impressed titling is displayed upon rectangular mahogany base. A figural baseball fielder stands alongside with free standing brass placard which reads, "1957 Rawlings Gold Glove Award, 2B Nelson Fox, The Sporting News All Star Fielding Team". This 1957 award was the first of three Fox would earn while playing in Chicago, the city where he established his legacy as one of the greatest second basemen of All-Time. Notably significant with regard to the early year of issue and relative scarcity of awards presented to so notable a player. Hint of light natural age and handling wear. Includes letter of provenance signed by Mrs. Nelson Fox: EX-EX/MT $15,000.00 ($25,000-$35,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $15,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 184 1967 Bill Mazeroski Gold Glove Award. Prestigious figural award as presented annually to the premier defensive players of the National and American League by position. Mahogany wooden plinth base displays a full size gilt painted Rawlings leather glove with "Major League All Star Fielding Team" impressed black lettering. Glove is positioned atop a central pedestal with applied image of Mazeroski on brass facade with two gilt painted baseballs perched on metal pedestals flanking. Brass placard displayed on front of base inscribed, "2b Bill Mazeroski 8th Award 1967 The Sporting News National League All-Star Fielding Team". 16" long with some light surface wear and some age toning to the surface of the leather glove. Includes original newspaper photo picturing Mazeroski receiving the award. Includes original 1967 typewritten letter from Rawlings informing Mazeroski of his award: EX-EX/MT $20,000.00 ($40,000-$50,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 185 1963 Roberto Clemente Pittsburgh Pirates professional model home jersey (MEARS A8). Cream colored vest style jersey has "Pirates" team name across the front with number "21" below. The number also appears on back. Rawlings manufacturers tag on the front tail notes size (42) and "Clemente 63" in chain stitch embroidered below. Inside are the wash and "Set 1 1963" flag tags. Usage and wash wear are evident throughout along with some natural age related toning. In addition, there is some spotting throughout. Small hole is present at the back of the shirt where the numeral ±1e has slightly pulled from the jersey body. A handwritten notation in the jersey reading "Para Roberto Ivan de Guichy" as was originally presented to the recipient from Roberto Clemente-s sister. The jersey has been retained by the original recipient until its current offering and will now present as one of the finer known examples of the 19609s period. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions and MEARS (Graded A8) along with letter of provenance from the original recipient: EX $125,000.00 ($100,000-$200,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $125,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 203 Outstanding Ted Williams autographed professional model baseball bat c.1955-57 (PSA graded "GU 8.5"). Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with Williams facsimile signature burned into the barrel measures 35" long and weighs 31.4oz. Model number "W188" has been factory stamped in the knob which has player number "9" written on in thick black paint, a rare and desirable trait. Uncracked with usage and some general age related surface wear throughout along with a few green rack streaks. As noted in the accompanying PSA letter, "In spite of flaking of the urethane finish, we can see contact points on the left and right barrel." This a player specific trait and characteristic of Williams' tendency to swing with the centerbrand facing both up and down. The bat has been signed "Ted Williams" in blue marker rating 8 out of 10. Includes LOAs from JSA (auto), PSA/DNA (graded "GU 8.5"), and Hunt Auctions: EX $19,360.00 ($25,000-$50,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $19,360.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 236 1999 New York Yankees full sized replica World Series trophy. Desirable trophy commemorating the Yankees win over San Diego stands a full (2) feet tall and measures 13" across. A metal band which encircles the base is lettered, "World Championship Trophy, Presented by The Commissioner Of Baseball" (1983/Copyright text is on the back). Set on the base are a pair of press pins along with a figural baseball within brass band that supports a decorative crown. Ringing the perimeter are a series of uprights which hold a flag representing each team in either League. Hint of light wear and some tarnish to figural baseball. A visually imposing and instantly recognizable display piece: EX/MT-NM $9,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $9,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 237 1996 New York Yankees full sized replica World Series trophy. Desirable trophy commemorating the Yankees win over Atlanta stands a full (2) feet tall and measures 13" across. A metal band which encircles the base is lettered, "World Championship Trophy, Presented by The Commissioner Of Baseball" (1983/Copyright text is on the back). Set on the base are a pair of press pins along with a figural baseball within brass band that supports a decorative crown. Ringing the perimeter are a series of uprights which hold a flag representing each team in either League. Hint of light wear and some tarnish to figural baseball. A visually imposing and instantly recognizable display piece: EX/MT-NM $9,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $9,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 245 Bill Dickey attributed c.1930s professional model catcher's mitt with strong provenance. Top of the line two-tone glove by Reach has black leather interior. The original single loop web and buckle back wrist closure remain in place. Strong usage wear is evident throughout with a few small tears and missing stiches near hand opening. The New York Yankees venerable workhorse, Dickey played a key role on the team serving as their catcher for a (19) year span during which they won (8) American League and (7) World Series Championships. Along the way he handled some of the best pitchers of the 1930s and 40s and played in the shadow of many of baseball's greatest stars. Ownership of the glove can be traced directly to Dickey through an included letter of provenance signed by Joe Franklin, the famed long-time television host whom was well known for his eclectic collection of artifacts which were gathered throughout his career. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions and SCD Authentic and Joe Franklin letter of provenance: EX $11,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $11,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 264 Fine Babe Ruth single signed baseball (PSA/DNA graded "8"). Reach W.Harridge Official American League baseball has been signed on the side panel, "To Hazel Mae Jarman, From Babe Ruth." The fountain pen signature has been assigned a grade of "9" on the included PSA/DNA full letter of authenticity. The ball, with a hint of very light wear, is graded "7." These combine for "Overall Grade: 8." An exceptional example with uncommonly bold signature. Includes full LOAs from PSA/DNA (PSA Overall Grade: 8) and JSA: NM-NM/MT $10,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 268 Fine Babe Ruth single signed baseball. Light cream color Harridge AL baseball signed across a side panel in black fountain pen by Ruth with highly uncommon non-personalized inscription, "Best of Luck From Babe Ruth". Signature and salutation range from 6 to 8 out of 10 having presenting nicely across a clean side panel. The ball itself remains notably clean with no visible use and minimal handling wear. One of the better quality Ruth single signed and inscribed baseballs with non-personalized inscriptions we have handled. Includes full LOAs from PSA/DNA and JSA: Ball: NM, Signature: Range EX-EX/MT-NM $10,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 270 Superb 1928 New York Yankees autographed baseball. Toned and clear coated Barnard AL baseball signed by (12) members of the Yankees World Championship teams of 1927 and 1928. Signatures include Ruth, Gehrig, Lazzeri, Koenig, Gazella, Dugan, Paschal, Pipgras, Meusel, and Combs. Hoyt and Pennock are clubhouse. Autographs range from 7 to 9 out of 10 with exception of Combs (4). Ruth has beautifully signed his trademark sweetspot area rating 8/9 out of 10 with Gehrig on side panel displaying at 7/8 out of 10. Very fine specimen which is being offered publicly for the first time dating to the pinnacle of the Yankees dynasty and presenting in high condition grade. Includes full LOA from JSA: Ball: EX, Signatures: Range EX/MT-NM *with note to Combs $12,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $12,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 274 Rare Bob Meusel professional model baseball bat c.1922-25 (PSA/DNA "GU 7"). Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with Meusel facsimile signature burned into the barrel measures 35" long and weighs 37oz. Strong usage wear is evident throughout with visible ball and contact marks. Significant grain swelling, due to repeated contact, has been secured in place with a series of vintage nails. In addition, there is a crack which begins at the upper handle and continues into the grain separation. Factory sidewriting has faded and is no longer visible. Playing in the shadow of Ruth and Gehrig throughout the 1920s, Bob Meusel was a core member of the New York Yankees fabled "Murderers Row." During his time with the club they won (6) American League and (3) World Series Championship titles. A notably rare signature model and one of only a few to have surfaced. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions and PSA/DNA (graded "GU 7"): EX $12,500.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $12,500.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 279 Unique and significant Babe Ruth professional model baseball bat with training modifications c.1933-34 (PSA/DNA). Fascinating piece of baseball history as originally obtained by Frederick Elias Dugger who was playing for the St. Louis Browns farm team during the 1920s. Dugger was not making enough money so he elected to return home to coal mining and was subsequently offered a job, and spot on the factory baseball team, for $90 per week by Delco Remy company based on his reputation as a slugger. Dugger played into the 1940s until he broke his ankle sliding into third base. According to family history, the offered Babe Ruth model bat was given to Dugger by Ruth at some point during his tenure as a semi-pro player. The bat itself is a Louisville Slugger 125 model bat measuring 35 3/4" long and weighing 42.6oz. The labeling period dates to the 1934-34 seasons and features a "Hack Wilson" style knob along with omission of the "Powerized" stamping by the trademark area. Bat exhibits evident use including ball marks, stitching impressions, grain swelling, and handle scoring. Additionally, the barrel end of the bat has been partially hollowed out with lead inserted and sealed by cork at the end. Based on analysis of Louisville Slugger factory records the offered bat does not match the player record orders and as such must be considered a non-recorded professional model bat. While uncommon, this practice certainly has precedent including similar documented examples from Lou Gehrig and Al Simmons both of whom requested special order bats without specific stampings. Furthermore, based on the distinctive model of the Ruth professional model bat it can be eliminated that the bat was a team ordered index bat. Several other non-recorded professional model bats have been documented including those used by Ruth, DiMaggio, Campanella, Bench, and Schmidt each having been authenticated but not appearing on the factory player bat record cards. With regard to the weighted end of the bat $16,000.00 ($20,000-$40,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $16,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 288 Scarce Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Jimmie Foxx autographed 1934 Tour of Japan photograph. Original sepia tone image taken during the famed 1934 U.S. Tour of Japan picturing the three most feared sluggers of the 1920-30s era posed in full US All-Star team uniform. Each player has signed their respective image in black fountain pen with Ruth rating 6 overall (due to fading in last name), Gehrig at 8/9 and Foxx at 8/9 out of 10. The image is inscribed at the top by Tour umpire John Quinn. Image size measures 4"x6" with some areas of light surface soiling and a few surface wrinkles retaining fine photo contrast. This particular signed image is one of the most coveted of its type from the Tour isolating the game's greatest sluggers. The narrow window in which this items could have been signed in the period coupled with original scarcity of the image itself contribute to its high desirability and mark the offered image as one of only two known of its type. Includes full LOA from JSA: Photo: VG-EX, Signatures: Range EX-NM $13,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $13,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 388 Exceptional 1961 New York Yankees team signed baseball. Reach J.Cronin Official American League baseball has been signed by (28) incl. Mantle, Berra, Maris, Ford, Howard, Richardson, Skowron, Blanchard, Kubek, Boyer, Terry, and others. Ink signatures rate uniformly strong 8 to 9 out of 10. Ball is just a shade off white with bold and well defined stampings. In the interest of accuracy we note some very minor scattered ink transfer. One of the very best examples of this immensely popular and important Championship team which we have ever offered. Includes full LOA from JSA and letter of provenance from the Pierce Family: EX/MT-NM $25,000.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $25,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 400 Historic 1962 Candlestick Park pitching rubber from their National League Championship season. Important piece as removed from the noted San Francisco venue was used throughout the Giants Championship run and presented to Billy Pierce at the close of the season. Well used with expected soiling and visible wear. An engraved metal plate has been affixed to one side which lists Pierce's season record and opponents as well his World Series appearance on October 15th. In addition, there is a period notation written on underside of the rubber relaying the duration of use that is signed by (3) members of the grounds crew. Given season long installation we can presume that a host of notables likely spent time on the mound when this piece was installed including Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, and Warren Spahn. A rare and exceptionally well documented stadium piece. Handsomely displayed by means of a pair of wooden squares which have been attached at either end that sit in a pair of custom made wooden feet. Includes LOA from Hunt Auctions and letter of provenance from the Pierce Family: EX $8,000.00 ($10,000-$20,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 427 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers World Series Championship ring from the Ralph Branca Collection. Desirable gold ring fashioned in similar style to those issued to team members has "Brooklyn World Champions" lettered around the face having inset diamond solitaire on blue field. "Dodgers" team name, done in scripted logo font, appears on the right shank within raised baseball decoration. The year "1955" is below and "First" is atop in recognition of the Dodgers lone World Series Championship in New York. The initials "R.T.B." are hand engraved on the left shank within a crossed bats and baseball design and it is marked "Dieges & Clust" inside. While Branca was not a part of the 1955 Dodgers team he had spent the better part of a decade with the club in the years leading up to that season (1944-53) and would rejoin them in 1956. It is believed that with his close familial ties to the organization (his in-laws being longtime part owners) a ring was executed for presentation to Branca in recognition to his tenure with the club. Mild wear and possibly resized to its current size of (10). Includes letter of provenance from the Branca Family and image of Branca wearing the offered ring: EX-EX/MT $15,000.00 ($15,000-$30,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $15,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 450 Significant 1971 Brooks Robinson Baltimore Orioles World Series home jersey (MEARS "A10"). White knit jersey with "Orioles" team name across the front in scripted logo font has player number "5" below. Number also appears on back along with the name, "Robinson." On the inside tail are the wash instruction and "Rawlings" manufacturer's tags (noting size, "40"). Strong usage and wash wear is evident throughout and it has been signed "Brooks Robinson" in marker rating 7-7/8 out of 10. The jersey comes from the collection of a former Orioles team employee to whom Robinson presented it following the 1971 World Series. It has remained within his collection until this offering. One of the greatest defensive position players in baseball history, Robinson spent his entire (23) year career in Baltimore earning an impressive (16) Gold Glove Awards. The 1964 American League MVP lead Baltimore to their first World Series Championship in 1966 and repeated again in 1970. Although the Orioles would claim another American League title in 1971 they lost to Pittsburgh in the World Series which stretched to (7) games. Includes LOAs from Hunt Auctions, JSA, and MEARS (graded "A10"): EX $25,000.00 ($20,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $25,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 459 1970 Baltimore Orioles World Series Championship ring presented to Paul Thiebaut. Classic ring features a relief of Memorial Stadium on the top face with a diamond inset at center. "Orioles" team name is scripted at the lower edge and "Baltimore Orioles World Champions" is lettered around the bevel. Left shank has the year "1970" above a black and orange enameled Orioles hat and the name "P.Thiebaut" is engraved in a banner along one side. Right shank displays the American League logo (accented in red, white, and blue enamel) with a "1970 Champions" logo below (done in white and blue). Marked "Jenkins 14K" with a touch of very light wear. Size (13) and weighs (40) grams. Desirable original example of one of the more attractive Championship rings issued in the period as presented to a long time scout and Minor League Manager within the Orioles organization: EX/MT $7,500.00 ($10,000-$15,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 462 1972 Steve Carlton autographed professional model glove inscribed "27 Game Winner" from his best season in baseball. Important glove, with impeccable provenance, from what ranks as Carlton's finest season posting a 27-10 record, 1.97 ERA, and (310) strikeouts to earn the National League Cy Young Award. It was the last season in which an N.L. pitcher won (25) or more games; a record which seems unlikely to be broken in the foreseeable future. MacGregor model "KCX" right handed glove has player number "32" written on in black marker on opposite sides. In addition, there is a vintage "27 Game Winner" marker notation and a more recent "Steve Carlton 72 Cy Young G.U." inscribed autograph (8-8/9 out of 10). In fine overall condition with manufacturers tag removed (as done in the period) and strong evident usage wear. Includes (2) signed letters of provenance from Steve Carlton, auction LOA from JSA, and LOA from Hunt Auctions: EX $11,000.00 ($15,000-$20,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 466 Unique 1972 Roberto Clemente professional model baseball bat - likely the last ever made for his use. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat with Clemente facsimile signature burned into the barrel measures 36" long and weighs 37.3oz. Model number "C276" has been stamped in the knob which is confirmed as having been ordered by Clemente on December 12, 1972. Accompanying documentation from PSA/DNA relays that it is "the first one we've seen and possibly the only example in existence...This C276 is quite possibly, the last bat ever made for Roberto Clemente." While showing no use (and just a hint of light surface wear) the bat offers fine display qualities. Includes LOAs from PSA/DNA and Hunt Auctions: EX/MT-NM $8,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding DNS
 
See a Picture of this Item 470 Fine 1978 Dave Parker National League Batting Championship presentational silver bat. Classic Louisville Slugger presentational silver bat awarded to Pittsburgh Pirates All-Star right fielder Dave Parker for his National League leading .334 batting average. Bat measures 34e long and weighs a total of 41.6 Troy ounces fashioned of solid sterling silver which is hallmarked on end of the barrel. Louisville Slugger 125 model bat stampings and ±David Parkere facsimile signature stamp are identical to a professional model bat. Impressed titling on barrel, ±Batting Champion 1978 National League .334e. Overall condition is outstanding with minimal surface wear. Vintage silver bat awards are among the elite and most coveted of all personal Major League Baseball accolades along with the Most Valuable Player and Cy Young award designations. ±The Cobrae was one of the most feared sluggers of the 1970-80s era earning seven NL All-Star selections, two World Championships, and two NL batting titles: EX/MT-NM $31,680.00 ($40,000-$60,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $31,680.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 484 1983 Mike Flanagan Baltimore Orioles World Series Championship ring. Original ring features the "Orioles" team name in scripted logo font at center of top face with a field of (19) diamonds of varying size serving as background. "1983 World Champions" is lettered around the edge. Left shank has " World Series 1983" titling at top with the batting bird mascot/logo below in relief. Right has the player name "Flanagan" atop a rendering of the World Series trophy and his number "46" at bottom. Marked on the interior band, "Balfour 10K." Size 11 with mild wear and weighs (30) grams. Rare opportunity to acquire a cherished presentational piece as awarded to a prominent team member: EX/MT $11,000.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $11,000.00
 
See a Picture of this Item 485 1985 Red Schoendienst 10K gold St. Louis Cardinals N.L. Championship ring. Desirable original ring as presented to Schoendienst whom was then a Coach with the team he had spent the better part of (15) seasons with during his Hall of Fame career. The Cardinals "STL" logo, accented with (30) small diamonds, is set within faux red stone face on top. "National League Champions" is lettered around the beveled edge. On one shank is the name "Schoendienst" atop a relief of the National League logo and the number "2." The other has the year, "1985", above a Cardinals team logo and "14th World Series" text. Marked "Jostens 10K" on the interior band with light general wear. Size (12) and weighs (30) grams: EX/MT $14,850.00 ($15,000-$25,000) Closed to Online Pre-Bidding $14,850.00

 
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