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From the Roaring Twenties through most of the Depression Era, the recognized master of the hot corner in the National League was Pie Traynor. His entire Hall of Fame career was plied in the City of Steel, and at some point shortly into his retirement, he penned his identity to this high-quality C.S.G. baseball. The…

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Since his retirement as a player, Greg Maddux has also served as a special assistant to the general manager for both the Cubs and Texas Rangers. On January 8, 2014, he was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, in his first year of eligibility, receiving 97.2% of the votes. Presented is an unofficial baseball…

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Carl Yastrzemski replaced a legend in left field for the Boston Red Sox. By the time his 23-year career was over, Yastrzemski was a legend himself. Yastrzemski replaced Ted Williams in Boston’s lineup in 1961, stepping into the spotlight as a much-heralded rookie with only two seasons of minor league experience. Presented is an OAL…

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David Schwimmer gained worldwide recognition for playing Ross Geller in the sitcom Friends, for which he received a Screen Actors Guild award and a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 1995. While still acting in Friends, his first leading film role was in The Pallbearer (1996), followed by…

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The exercise saddle cloth worn by Belmont Stakes winner Victory Gallop in the 1998 Kentucky Derby.  Victory Gallop.  Victory Gallop was the winner of several major races including the Belmont Stakes, Rebel Stakes, Arkansas Derby, Stephen Foster Handicap and Whitney Handicap.  He also had close runner-up finishes in the Travers Stakes and Haskell Invitational.  All…

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“Scarface” an American masterpiece that stars Al Pacino as Tony Montana, a Cuban refugee turned drug lord. The movie is considered one of Pacino’s most recognizable and influential roles of his career. Depicted in this 16″ x 20″ photo, Pacino is gunning his enemies down. Autographed in black felt tip by the brilliant actor it…

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Betty Ford was the first lady of the United States from 1974 to 1977, as the wife of President Gerald Ford. As First Lady, she was active in social policy and set a precedent as a politically active presidential spouse. Ford also served as the second lady of the United States from 1973 to 1974.…

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John O’Connor was an American prelate of the Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of New York from 1984 until his death in 2000, and was created a cardinal in 1985. He previously served as a U.S. Navy chaplain (1952–1979, including four years as Chief), auxiliary bishop of the Military Vicariate of the United States…

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The 1955 Topps Baseball set consists of 206 cards, each measuring 2-5/8″ by 3-3/4”. Numerically the smallest Topps issue, the 1955 presentation was originally meant to total 210 cards, but card #s 175, 186, 203, and 209 were never produced. The redesigned set marked the first use of a horizontal format for player depictions through…

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The greatest contact hitter in Twins history, Rod Carew won the 1977 AL Most Valuable Player Award, setting a Twins record with a .388 batting average. Carew appeared in 18 straight All-Star Games and led the AL in hits three times, with his 239 hits in 1977 being twelfth most at the time. He won…

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Goudey’s 1934 Big League Gum set consists of 96 cards and continued the trendsetting Golden Age for collectibles. Goudey retained the cards’ 2-3/8″ by 2-7/8″ size, sturdy construction, painted images and blazing color that had set a modern standard in terms of eye-appeal. Minor tweaks to the cardfront included discreet line-drawing graphics of ball-playing figures…

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Synonymous with the phrase “tobacco card,” the 1909-1911 T206 series consists of 524 distinctly different “White Border” player portrayals measuring about 1-7/16″ by 2-5/8”. The cards were designed to conform to the packages they shared with their American Tobacco Company products. The T206 collection includes 390 cards featuring major league players (with multiple poses and…

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The American Tobacco Company updated its “White Border” baseball-themed insert cards in 1911 when it introduced the T205 “Gold Border” set. The T205 issue consisted of 209 different cards, each measuring 1-7/16″ by 2-5/8″. (Although just 198 players are represented in the T205 set, a few multiple poses and some variations account for the higher…

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Bowman Gum’s 1951 Football set consists of 144 pieces, each 2-1/16” by 3-1/8”. Each card front features a colorized design of a player with his name printed in a rectangle at the lower corner. A team mascot or logo rests atop the name. Presented is a lot of (3) 1951 Bowman football cards. The cards…

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