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IPAGE 14I

SportsAntiques.com's written

coverage of the

2009 

National Sports 

Collectors Convention

Cleveland Ohio 

July 29th - August 2nd

 

 

BOOTH OF

GARY SCHULTZ "THE BOXING COLLECTOR" 

DempseyRipWheat.JPG (65000 bytes)Next we come to the booth of Gary Schultz from Seymour Illinois. First mention in Gary's booth was a c1930's die cut standup advertising sign for Rippled Wheat cereal featuring a full length 32" illustration of former heavy weight world champion Jack Dempsey. Condition was faded, 32 1/2" tall x 16 1/2" wide, $650.00

 

tunneyph.jpg (52179 bytes)Next up in Gary's booth was a c1930 large format photo of Gene Tunney, 29" tall x 20" wide, $300.00

 

CorbettPh.JPG (52553 bytes)Next up was a c1930 large format photo of James Corbett, 29" wide x 20" tall, $300.00

 

 

 

 

 

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Last up in Gary's booth was a c1910 match safe with an illustration of two boxers, 2 3/4" tall x 1 1/2" wide, $375.00

 

SHOW WALK IN

BILL POLLACK 

OF ORLANDO FL

Had this exceptional boxing pocket watch for $2,000.00

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BOOTH OF

FREDERICK P. MARTIN OF MOSTLY BASEBALL

Next is the booth of Frederick Martin of Mostly Baseball from Birmingham Alabama. DDeanGrapeNut.JPG (70339 bytes)First up in in Fredericks's booth was a framed c1930 die cut advertising sign for Grape Nuts Cereal featuring Dizzy Dean, appeared to have been a partial of a sign, 26" tall x 30" wide, $1,795.00

 

WanerGame.JPG (73714 bytes)Next in Frederick's booth was a Waner's Baseball board game featuring brothers Paul and Lloyd Waner, $450.00

 

RoogiesBumpPost.JPG (74679 bytes)Last up was a Roogie's Bump one sheet movie poster, 36" tall x 22" wide, $395.00

BOOTH OF

GLENN MECHANICK OF MHG MECHANICK'S HISTORICAL GALLERY

Next up was the booth of Glenn Mechanic of MGH Mechanic's Historical Gallery from Clifton N.J. Glen is always one of the heavy hitter dealers at the National. We kind of have the opposite taste in one way, and the same taste in another. That is, I like bigger things like posters and statues, whereas Glenn always has smaller items in his booth. However where we meet is, quality. Glenn is Mr. Quality, he always has lots of high quality smaller sports antiquities.

 

JapWoodCover.JPG (87457 bytes)First up in Glenn's booth was a c1880 Japanese wood block book with an illustration of baseball, $1,500.00

 

PrincVtTrophyBB.JPG (62001 bytes)Next up was a green painted trophy baseball from a game between University of Vermont vs. Princeton, undated but appeared c1900, $450.00

 

PennPrincTrophyBB.JPG (65048 bytes)Next up was another trophy baseball, this one painted black and orange inscribed Penn vs. Princeton 1903

 

ShawSparringCov.JPG (65942 bytes)Next up was an 1886 boxing book by Edwin F. Shaw titled Shaw Sparring, 7 3/4" tall x 5 1/2" wide, $425.00

 

 

 

 

 

BBPaperWeightFrt.JPG (67976 bytes)Next up was a terrific c1920 glass paper weight featuring a photo of what appeared to be a grade school class photo, which featured crossed baseball bats in front, and advertising for the maker on back, 4" wide x 2 1/2" tall, $200.00

 

ElbowPads.JPG (65556 bytes)Next up was a very cool c1920's Seal Brand elbow and knee pad with the original packaging which had a nice illustration of kids playing football, 8" x 6", $150.00

 

 

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