Early 1900s Lot of (12) Baseball Cards & Memorabilia 
Lot Number 956
 
Quantity: Bid Starts: 06/22/2008 16:00:00 
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Description

Presented is a collection of (12) early cards and memorabilia. Highlights of this lot include 1. 1913 Fenway Park ticket stub 2.1932 Washington Bicentennial Game Scorecard–1924 Team vs. 1932 Team (unmarked, VG-EX) 3. Photo of 1890s amateur baseball team (VG) 4. 1923 W515-1 Cobb (PSA Authentic) 5. Nineteenth-century decorative handkerchief featuring children’s games with baseball (framed, VG). For a complete list of all items, please visit our website.

Cards
1911 T205 Jacklitsch (PR)
1912 C46 Hardy (PR)
1919-21 W514 #62 Lajoie (PR)
1919-21 W514 Slim Sallee (PSA VG-EX 4)
1923 W515-1 Cobb (PSA Authentic)

Pictures/Postcards:
1909 P.D. Sullivan “How Does That Strike You postcard (writing on reverse, GD)
1911 “Baseball: He Made a hit and got two bags” post card (writing on reverse, VG-EX)
1911 “Gee! Ain’t it hell to be poor” postcard (writing on reverse, GD)
Photo of 1890s amateur baseball team (VG)

Other: 1913 Boston American League B.B. Club (Red Sox) ticket stub (NM)
1932 Washington Bicentennial Game Scorecard– 1924 Team vs. 1932 Team (unmarked, VG-EX)
Nineteenth-century decorative handkerchief featuring children’s games with baseball (framed, VG). 
 
Pictures  (Click on Photo to Enlarge)