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Old 04-26-2017, 08:02 PM
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Default Phillip Morris Store Sign

I was excited to pick up this Phillip Morris Cigarette store sign with the football scene in the background. Unfortunately, it has some water damage on the right side, but it still displays well. I believe it is from the late '30's or early '40's.
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Old 04-27-2017, 01:01 PM
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1954 Redlegs vs Braves program. Note the Rookie Hank Aaron #5

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Adding to my small Baseball in London collection, this makes piece number five.

June 10, 1945, program for a US Army services baseball game held at Stamford Bridge soccer stadium in London, England. The two teams – the Whites and the Grays – were made up of minor league and major league players stationed in England. Mostly minor league players, but I have been able to note Paul Campbell, Ted Kleinhans and Dan Carnevale.

The most notable name on the program may be that of Umpire Scotty Robb. Scotty Robb had a pretty distinguished career as an Umpire in both the NL and AL.

Here is the interesting part...two days ago I was contacted by the grandson of Scotty Rob who is interested in selling his grandfather's personal items from him umpiring days. Some nice stuff. I am helping him prepare for sale. Today we spoke for the first time, and then an hour later in the mail I get this Army program. I didn't realize he was the umpire when I bought it. I don't think I even would have noticed he was the umpire in the game if his grandson had not just contacted me.

I think the person I bought this from found a stack of them, because after the ebay auction ended he listed another.

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1st ever game between Jackie and Doby.



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Won this lot the other night in the Hunt Auction
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1923 World Series

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1948 Campy Rookie

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Beautiful photos Joey
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A bit OT, but we do have tobacco collectors here. Stopped by an estate sale today. A bust, but I did grab a box of 10 Durham Tobacco pouches for $10. These are common, but a bargain at $1 a piece. I only wanted one, so sold the others to a tobacco collector I know to make back my ten and a bit more. Makes a nice addition to displays.

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