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Old 11-01-2009, 06:36 AM
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Default Please share your Cincinnati Reds items

I would like to see everyone's vintage Reds memorabilia.

I recently picked up this 1940 Cincinnati Reds Menu.



Here is a 1969 and 1970 Johnny Bench team issued keychains



A vintage Tony Perez signed scorecard

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Old 11-01-2009, 08:30 AM
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Shortly before becoming the *1919 World's Champs,
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Default Please share your Cincinnati Reds items

Here are few Reds scorecards ...
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Jimmy (King of Clout) recently started an "Ohio Baseball" thread that went a pretty long way, and contained lots of good Reds stuff (as well as Indians...)

If some of you don't mind seeing it again, here are a few of mine from that thread. The 1919 Pennant is very rare, and represents the team that "defeated" the Black Sox. Since this is my favorite topic for a thread, I'll try to post more pieces later...
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This group contains Tony Perez' game-used Helmet from 1975 (and with a letter from the Cincinnati Reds' Gift Shop attesting to the fact that this was one of two he wore that year). I would like to think he was wearing it when he blasted Bill Lee's eephus pitch over the Green Monster in Game 7 of the WS...
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Great stuff guys....keep the photos coming.

Here are a few more items...






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Old 11-04-2009, 01:57 AM
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That 1919 Reds pennant is awesome Perezfan! Also, I have never seen that 1940 Reds NL Champs pennant. Wow. Here is my pennant from the same series.
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Old 11-04-2009, 09:46 AM
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That is one sweet pennant, Tigerden! Looks so classy the way you've framed it. Double-scroll pennants like that are so tough to find, and yours from 1940 approaches "holy grail" status... especially for a Reds (or Tigers) Fan. I just love the look of that one...

Thanks for posting it! Regarding mine... yes, the 1919 pennant is insanely rare and desirable for obvious reasons. I just picked up the 1940 Pennant last month (on ebay of all places). Until then, I had never seen another like it either... and that's after 20 years of collecting these. So I have to believe it's a rare one as well.

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It doesn't get any cooler than this if you're a Reds fan! It's a scoresheet/schedule printed between the 1869 and 1870 seasons. Check out the scores of some of the games. Not exactly pitchers' duels. Heritage Auctions sold it for $10,000 last month.

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Jonathan - the scorecard is an awsomely cool item , but annoying nit-picker that I am , I have to point out that it has absolutely no relationship to the current Cincinnati Reds franchise, which began in the American Assoc. in 1882, and transfered to the NL in 1890.

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Mark,

Aren't the Braves the descendant of the Red Stockings?
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My uncle got this for his sister in 1935 while a member of the Reds. A women's compact. Reds logo in bottom right is worn--almost no color left. Not sure how well it will present here but an odd and interesting piece
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Default Emmett Nelson

Very nice. Looks like it's sitting atop Emmett Nelson's 1936 Reds jacket.

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Old 12-13-2009, 08:13 PM
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1977 Original Type I photo of Seaver being photographed by Andy Warhol at his studio in NYC.
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Ran across this clip from 1956 for you Reds fans...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZtjD...eature=related
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1977 Original Type I photo of Seaver being photographed by Andy Warhol at his studio in NYC.
That's a great image Anthony. Where the hell did you find it? Any Warhol related TYPE I photos are tough, tough, tough.

Here is a painted Reds ball celebrating their legendary 1975 season by the popular folk artist George Sosnak.

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Ben (foreveryoung) has an even better Sosnak Ball with the Hit-King as its theme.
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That's a great image Anthony. Where the hell did you find it? Any Warhol related TYPE I photos are tough, tough, tough.
Thanks Jimmy, I picked it up on eBay. I was really happy when I won it. Your right Warhol original photos are very hard to come by and I just love that this one has Tom Seaver (one of my favorite pitchers) in it.

For me collecting original photos is a lot of fun b/c I feel it is the only thing in the hobby that truly takes you back to a specific moment. I have to say I've been nothing but impressed by your collection of original photos. You have some incredible masterpieces.
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Default 1938 Willard Hershberger signed snapshot

This arrived in the mail today. It's not the Holy Grail, but for a guy who collects 30s and 40s Reds stuff, it's close ...
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That signed snapshot sure is a rare item. Congratulations.
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Chris,

Great Hershberger photo and auto. I don't get over to this part of the board often and this thread was a nice surprise.

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From the Chicago Tribune Sept 21, 1919
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1931 CINCINNATI Reds Season Pass / VALID SEPT 27 HOF Edd Roush Last Game &HITS
if any one is interested in purchasing it let me know

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Not the highest grade, but Bench 1978.

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LOVE the pass.. Wonderful artifact ..

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Recent pickup a few months back. The ring belonged to part owner of the Reds David Gamble..I assume the brooch belonged to his wife.
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A few snapshots

1973 Reds outside the Astrodome. Top four are easy. Name the player in the bottom pic.

1990 Reds clinch the division. They got rained out, but clinched due to the 2nd place team losing out west. We hung out and watched the Reds players sliding on the tarp to celebrate. It was a beautiful day before the game - we stopped and chowed down on Metwursts before-hand. But no baseball.

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Scott:

I vividly remember that day in 1990... It was like a Slip & Slide, with grown men acting like kids. Little did we know they would go on to sweep the Mighty Athletics in the World Series. That (28 years ago) was literally the last time I was ecstatic about baseball. It's been a long drought...

I'll give this a shot. How about...

Davey
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Eastwick?
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Only 2 graded copies - both in the hands of the #1 Rose registry set holder.
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Not Plummer or Eastwick.
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Scott:

I vividly remember that day in 1990... It was like a Slip & Slide, with grown men acting like kids. Little did we know they would go on to sweep the Mighty Athletics in the World Series. That (28 years ago) was literally the last time I was ecstatic about baseball. It's been a long drought...

I'll give this a shot. How about...

Davey
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All I remember is eating three Metwursts before the game and watching the sliding around. I can't remember if they got any baseball in, but it was a great day.
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All I remember is eating three Metwursts before the game and watching the sliding around. I can't remember if they got any baseball in, but it was a great day.
Any time you get to eat Mets or Brats (or Skyline Chili) it is indeed a great day!
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Collage of cut prints by Charles Conlon for use in Spalding’s Guide, 1914.

When readied for reproduction in ink, Conlon's photographs were frequently silhouetted or cut with a pen-knife.

Pictured are Cincinnati Reds players Mordecai "Three Finger" Brown, Rube Benton, Gene Packard, Johnny Kling, George Howard "Chief" Johnson and George Suggs.
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I would like to see everyone's vintage Reds memorabilia.

I recently picked up this 1940 Cincinnati Reds Menu.

A vintage Tony Perez signed scorecard

I was a huge pre-Morgan Reds fan. Any time the Reds were in town I begged Dad to take me. Every Reds-Astros game was super-fantastic, but my favorite involved Tony Perez who was my favorite Red. Perez hit a home run on a rope that was heading straight for us in left field (we sat about 15 rows up). Everyone in my family hit the deck, but as I looked up my Dad was jumping in the air with his arms outstretched. I'll never forget that image of Dad. (he didn't come close to catching it).
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All original glass, paint, rivets etc. Fully functional in that you can still scroll through about 50 stops/locations...

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That's a beautiful display, Dave. Even a non-Reds fan like me can envy it!

My only Reds item is a 'faux-vintage' Mitchell and Ness 1936 pennant. I won it in a contest and it's been in my stack of Orioles/Colts/NYRangers pennants ever since. But I hang on to it thinking that one day I'll put it up.

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Put it up and let it inspire you to come over to the Red Side..

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Put it up and let it inspire you to come over to the Red Side..

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LOL...not likely but as abysmal as my Orioles are even a nearly sixty-year fan like me can get tempted.
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