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Old 12-24-2013, 07:18 PM
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Finally got a chance to snap and post a photo. From left: League Park, Cleveland Stadium, Jacobs Field.
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Here are mine. Triple row polo grounds with the NY on both ends. Yankee stadium seat. And ebbetts field seat. I also have a fiber glass bleacher from yankee stadium.

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Old 01-12-2014, 01:59 PM
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Default crosley field....

Finally able to post these photos of 6 Crosley Field seats with two figural ends that we found at an antique store in Ft. Myers about 10 years ago. They still had a vintage moving company's wire tag attached to them with reference to the previous owner's home in Cincinnati. For some reason, somebody sandblasted nearly all of the original orange paint off of them, except in some of the cracks. I would never consider repainting old stadium seats, but in this case we were forced to because there was only bare wood and iron. These photos were taken before we did anything and the seats were separated into a section of 4 and a section of 2. I don't have a finished photo, but we mounted the whole section on a single base and they're now 'functional furniture'. We also have a 3 seat wooden section from Wrigley and wooden Tiger Stadium sections of 3, 3, and 4 that are all functional. The 4 seat row of Tiger Stadium seats sits in the lobby of our business for customers to enjoy.

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Love all the stadium seats. Often thought of trying to pick one up but was always daunted by the prospect of paying to get it shipped to Hawaii or, more recently, British Columbia.
Kevin: Thought you might like this snapshot I took at the City Museum of New York during their "The Glory Days: New York Baseball 1947-1957" exhibit held in 2007.

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Love all the stadium seats. Often thought of trying to pick one up but was always daunted by the prospect of paying to get it shipped to Hawaii or, more recently, British Columbia.
Here are the Sick/Nat Bailey stadium seats for you Kawika

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My Crosley Field seat signed by Pete Rose and a Comiskey park Seat.
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Outstanding seats everyone. I'll be adding either a Yankee Stadium seat or Forbes Field seat to my room someday. I hope they end up looking as good as all of yours.
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Here is my 2 seats
Well, it goes without saying that those seats are great, but I really love that table and lamp. What's the history on them?
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Old 01-17-2014, 09:00 AM
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Here is my 2 seats
Found the table at an antique resale shop and the lamp at a garage sale. Haven't been able to find out anything about either one. The lamp was in the back of the garage and wasn't for sale. I asked the elderly lady if it was for sale and she said she didn't know if it worked I asked if she would sell it and she gave me a price
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Well, it goes without saying that those seats are great, but I really love that table and lamp. What's the history on them?
A very similar figural Batter was on ebay up until recently....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1930s-BASEBA...#ht_437wt_1161

I don't believe it sold, in case you're inclined to contact Seller. I would imagine he/she would come down on price.

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