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IPAGE 8I

SportsAntiques.com's written

coverage of the

2009 

National Sports 

Collectors Convention

Cleveland Ohio 

July 29th - August 2nd

 

 

BOOTH OF 

HUNT AUCTIONS continued

StLouisScoreBrdArt.JPG (48966 bytes)Next up was what appeared to be a framed architectural firms blue print, and illustration art mock up display for the St. Louis Cardinals score board. Probably one of a kind, for the Cards fan that has everything. 43" wide x 30" tall, $1,700.00

 

BBArcadePistol.JPG (64694 bytes)Next, a High Fly arcade game featuring a pistol shooting gallery with a baseball theme, nice shape, 22" tall x 16 1/2" wide x 10 1/2" deep, $975.00

 

 

CReds39Penn.JPG (73841 bytes)Next up was a 1939 Cincinnati Reds National League Champs pennant 26 3/4" x 9 1/2" $750.00

 

RuthMemorialPin (2).JPG (54803 bytes)Next was an original drawing of a pirate by renown sports cartoonist Willard Mullen. The drawing was covered with autographs of all or most of the 1956 Pirates, didn't get dimensions, $3,250.00

 

RogBrenahanNYGCap.JPG (50671 bytes)Next up was Roger Brenahen's New York Giants baseball cap, $5,550.00

 

 

ZeebraBat.JPG (111960 bytes)Next up, a c1890 Spalding Zebra style baseball bat, 32 3/4", $1,900.00

 

 

 

JackieRobAutoBall.JPG (45709 bytes)Next up was a Jackie Robinson signed baseball inscribed "Best Wishes", $3,250.00

 

 

JackieRobAutoPaper.JPG (32662 bytes)Next was a Jackie Robinson autographed scrap of paper, 3" x 1 1/2", $590.00

 

 

TimeMagJackieRobArt.JPG (52244 bytes)Next in the Hunt booth was some kind of printers proof featuring the original art illustration of Jackie Robinson for the Sept. 22nd 1947 issue of Time Magazine, framed with an example of the cover, $2,450.00

 

AceOfDiamWilsonPost.JPG (47383 bytes)Next up was a c1930 card stock advertising poster for Thom. E. Wilson & Co., (later Wilson Sporting Goods Co.) official league baseballs, titled across the top "The Ace of Diamonds", 19" tall x 13" wide, $750.00

 

 

ChicagoCubsPenn.JPG (65459 bytes)Next was a Chicago Cubs pennant, looked c1930's, 3 feet wide x 14" tall, $2,200.00

 

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