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Huge Collection of Contemporary Baseballs, Pins and More

Huge Collection of Contemporary Baseballs, Pins and More

Just about every type of collectable is represented in this voluminous assemblage of baseball paraphernalia, including more than a hundred buttons/pins/patches, dozens of commemorative balls and even a bunch of Topps cards (some autographed - including a non-Topps 1988 Mark McGwire). Most of the items originate from the 1980s and 1990s and are predominantly - though not exclusively - Los Angeles Dodgers and California in nature. There are tons of balls from special series and honoring special players such as Hideo Nomo and Mike Piazza. Other items of note include LCS, All-Star and World Series game buttons/patches such as the first Canadian world champs, the Toronto Blue Jays, inaugural 1993 Florida Marlins season button, 1995 Atlanta Braves World Series coin, and "Earthquake Series" of 1989 button. There are All-Star Game and team anniversary balls, a handful of minor league collectibles and even a Marlins key chain. A little something for everyone, with most of the items in EX-MT to NRMT condition.


Past Sports Card, Memorabilia, Non-Sports Card and Collecitble Auction Items

Other past auction items that may be of interest to you.

1940’s New York Cuban Stars Pin & Pennant

December 2002

Luis Tiant, Sr. Hand Painted Photograph

December 2002

1940’s East/West Negro League Pennant

December 2002

1943 Zulu Cannibal Giants Negro League Broadside

December 2002

1945 Chicago American Giants Negro League Broadside

December 2002

1940’s Havana Paloma Negro League Team Photograph

December 2002

1930’s Colored House of David Broadside (22x32”)

December 2002

Satchell Paige Original Artwork by Richard Merkin (16x20”)

December 2002

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