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’41 All-Star Game Press Pin at Detroit, Signed Ted Williams Card, HR Ticket Stub, Signed Umpire BallGo Back
Winning Bid: $350.00
1941 All-Star Game Press Pin at Detroit – The Second All-Star Press Pin
Winning Bid: $350.00
Auction ends: March 11, 2017 9:55 PM
Total price with Buyers Premium: $420.00
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Presented is a nice baseball related collection with three separate items.
The first item is an autographed signed Ted Williams 1977 Renata Galasso Inc. TCMA baseball card in blue ballpoint pen.
The second is an All-Star Game press pin. With the coming of the 1941 All-Star event, the hosting Detroit Tigers, in conjunction with the Commissioner’s Office, directed the making and dispensing of press pins per the fashioned quality long practiced for the World Series. As such, there occasionally emerges one of those pins from the ’41 All-Star Game, so demonstrated in this listing. Of the few that we’ve encountered over the years, all have been at least mildly qualified by a measure of tarnish or an imperfection of other sorts. The pin that we offer now, quite conversely, must be the finest ever to appear in our industry. The characters standing in relief from the surface of this piece have retained their original high-polish gloss, and the enameled star is precisely to prescription with not the remotest inconsistency. It was made by an obscure company in Chicago calling itself “Dodge” (so stamped on the perimeter of the reverse), and we note that its fastener is a threaded post (to include the original nut) with a slightly smaller pitch diameter than those appearing on contemporaneous pins. And so, the hobbyist seeking the finest in a 1941 All-Star press pin must pursue this one with resolve – EX-MT.
Included, is an EX/MT (mild toning) OAL (Harridge) baseball signed in blue/black ink (“7-8”) by an umpire crew, including Bill Summers on the sweet spot, Lou Jorda and Bill Grieve on the west panel and Babe Pinelli on the north. The ball has a top coating to preserve the strength and quality of the signatures, and a notation on the south panel “ALL-STAR UMPIRES 1941.”
Boston Red Sox – Ted Williams 8/30/1941 HR Ticket Stub – (SGC) Auth
TED WILLIAMS Williams celebrated his 23d birthday with booming success by smacking a home urn, his 30th of the season, in the fourt inning and having a fine all-round game in a 12-3 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics. Ted Williams 8/30/1941 HR Ticket Stub (SGC) Auth.
Authentication: (Three Separate): PSA Auction House Letter for baseball (only), Ted Williams Card JSA Auction House Letter (only), Press Pin 100% Authentic LOA (only).
|Dimensions||12 × 12 × 12 in|
|JSA Authentication Status|