Turn of the Century Baseball Grab Bag of (97) 
Lot Number 240
Quantity: Bid Starts: 10/01/2007 10:00:00 
Bid Open: 250.00  Bid Ends: 10/17/2007 23:30:00 
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Presented is an amalgamation of early 20th Century baseball collectibles with plenty of interesting pieces. Included are 1909 E92 Dockman: (2) cards with Bridwell (GD), Devlin (GD); 1910-12 P2 Sweet Caporal Pins: (30) pins in (GD to VG-EX) condition with (2) Bresnahan (VG, GD), Chase (VG), Lobe, Wheat (VG), Cicotte (VG-EX), (2) Griffith (VG-EX, GD), Brescher, Baker (VG), (2) Lord, Schmidt (large letters), (2) Krause, (2) Doyle, Stovall, Murphy, Mattern, (2) Konetchy, Crandall, (2) Devore, (2) Gasper and Fromme; Clarke (VG-EX), 1911 S74 Silks: Wiltsa (PR), Murray (PR), Quinn (PR), McGraw (PR), Becker (VG), Shean (VG-EX), Phillippe (PR); 1911 T205: (3) cards in (PR to GD) with Herzog, Camnitz, Berger; 1911 Helmar Stamps: (21) stamps in (FR to VG-EX) condition with Bescher, Brockett, Buch, Crandall, Davis, Delahanty, Donovan, Drucke, Engle, Graham, (2) Hoffman, Jones, Knight, LaPorte, Needham, Schaefer, Schmidt, Snodgrass, Vaughn, He. Wagner; 1912 T207: (2) cards Miller (Pitts, GD), Lewis (FR); 1914 B18 Blankets: (12) flannels in mostly off-grade with Connolly, (2) Griffith (both VG-EX), Gainor, Meyers, Foster, Agnew, Hartzell, Burns, Peckinpaugh, Konetchy, Smith; 1922 Kolb’s Mother’s Bread Pins PB4: (7) pins in (GD to VG) condition with Clarke, Carts, Getz, J. Kelly, Martin, Wartz and Wolfe. The remaining pieces include a 1906-07 Sporting Life team composite Philadelphia Athletics postcard (FR), circa 1910 Chicago Cubs Our Home Team postcard (PR), two 8-1/2 x 12” 1915 Tuxedo Tobacco ads featuring Ty Cobb on the first and Alexander, Cobb, Huggins, Mathewson and Bresnahan on the second (both EX), 1916 Ferguson Bakery BF2 Johnny Evers (VG), two 1910 T210 Series 4 Old Mills (both PR), (2) E121 American Caramel set of 80 (both VG), (1) E121 American Caramel set of 120 (PR), (1) E121 American Caramel blank back (VG), Recruit Little Cigars empty box (FR) and a circa 1909 World’s Champion Baseball card game with the box in (FR) condition and the cards in (EX) condition. 
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