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Luis Aparicio Lifetime Rawlings Gold Glove Award
A 10-time All-Star and 1956 American League Rookie of the Year, “Little Louie” Aparicio’s nine American League Gold Gloves ranks third all-time at the shortstop position behind Ozzie Smith’s 13 and Omar Vizquel’s 11. This commemorative Rawlings Gold Glove Award trophy contains a gold-painted Rawlings glove branded in its pocket with the words: “Rawlings Gold Glove Award” in black and mounted on a solid Oak platform featuring a portrait of Aparicio etched into a metallic gold colored plate with a pair of gold painted Rawlings baseballs supported by golden tripods (one of which has one of its tips broken off) on either side adorned with the familiar red Rawlings logo under each ball. A descriptive name plate celebrates Aparicio’s career-achievement with the years he received the award (1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1966, 1968, and 1970) written in black on a metallic gold colored plate. Goldin Auction
1949 New York Yankees World Series Champions Players Ring
With their classic top-hat logos, laurel-wreath designs and crowning diamond, Yankees rings from this Golden Age dynasty period are among the most iconic and beloved championship rings ever made. The 1949 example presented here is especially significant because it represents the kick-off to the Bronx Bombers unparalleled 5 straight World Series titles. Infielder Bobby Brown was the unlikely offensive hero in the '49 Fall Classic, batting .500 with 6 hits, 2 triples, 2 walks, 5 RBIs and 4 runs-all in just 12 at-bats. The 14K-gold, size 11 ring features a full 1-carat diamond and was made by esteemed manufacturer Dieges & Clust (whose mark is not visible inside the band). Condition is technically about EX due to evidence of long-term proud wear to the shanks and face, yet display quality of this radiant showpiece is nevertheless EX-MT or better. An accompanying 1998 purchase LOA reads, "We acquired the ring from a dealer from Hawaii at [Sports Fest '98 in Philly] who stated that he acquired the ring back in 1990-92 at a show in San Francisco. He was informed by the seller that it was purchased at an Estate Sale about 1989-90 in the Bay Area. Upon further research we found only one player that might fit these facts-RALPH BUXTON, a pitcher who was finishing up his career in 1949, died on January 6, 1988 in San Leandro, CA, which is a suburb of Oakland." Goldin Auction
1909-11 E90-1 American Caramel Joe Jackson - SGC 50 VG/EX 4
Graded 50 VG/EX 4 by SGC. This is one of three examples at its tier (with nine specimens graded higher) among a total of 69 copies recorded in SGC's census reporting. Offered is a very scarce caramel card of "Shoeless" Joe Jackson, portraying the great hitter with his first Major League team, the Philadelphia A's. Although this desirable card is, technically, fairly graded in its present encapsulation, a number of its positive intangibles are left unaccounted-for by the numerical assessment. Jackson's image is commendably well-focused for the issue, with notably fine definition in the details of his face and uniform. The lavender-backgrounded illustration has suffered no interference from time's effects, with condition discrepancies justifying the grade almost wholly confined to the corners. The ballplayer's likeness is complete and fully presentable, as is all of the card's print on both front and back sides. Like most "E" cards, this one is composed of fragile stock that would have been next-to-impossible to preserve under anything less than optimal conditions. It's certain that the offered piece compares very favorably among its extremely limited demographic. Admirable and exclusive Very Good to Excellent condition. Goldin Auction
500 Home Run Encapsulated Tickets (27) In Two Approximately 32x38
Still the benchmark for sustained slugging prowess the 500 home run club remains one of baseball?s most revered fraternal orders. Beginning with Babe Ruth?s benchmark wallop on August 11, 1929 and continuing to David Ortiz milestone accomplishment on September 12,2015, these two large (32? x 38? and 30? x 32?) framed display cases contain PSA encapsulated tickets and/or press passes for the games in which all 27 members of the 500 home run club knocked their historic blasts. Elegantly framed and mounted on black backdrops, set one of two contains a combination of 14 ticket stubs and BBWAA (Baseball Writers Association of America) passes for the 500-HR games of; Ruth, Jimmie Foxx, Mel Ott, Ted Williams, Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle, Eddie Mathews, Hank Aaron, Ernie Banks, Harmon Killebrew, Frank Robinson, Willie McCovey, Reggie Jackson, and Mick Schmidt laid out chronologically with dated name plates. The stub for Schmidt?s game between the Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh on April 18, 1987 is signed by Schmidt in bold blue Sharpie with a ?500? inscription and comes with JSA/COA (H21087). The second set is comprised entirely of full un-ripped tickets to the 500 home runs games of modern day sluggers; Eddie Murray, Mark McGwire, Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, Rafael Palmiero, Ken Griffey Jr., Frank Thomas, Alex Rodriguez, Jim Thome, Manny Ramirez and Gary Sheffield. Not framed but also included are encapsulated game tickets to the 500th home run of Albert Pujols from April 22, 2014 and David Ortiz from September 12, 2015 (which can be added to framed display if winner desires). Goldin Auction
1967 Topps #569 Rod Carew Rookie Card - PSA MINT 9
Graded MINT 9 by PSA. Hall of Famer, depicted in his debut-year gum card appearance. This entry hails from the 1967 Topps issue's tougher "High Number" series. Among more than 2,200 copies recorded in PSA's census reporting, just one, single example has been placed at a higher tier. The offered, beautifully centered card will have several generations'-worth of hobbyists gritting their teeth in envy.The '67 Topps set is indisputably a classic, and it's a production sought by every enthusiast of modern baseball who wishes to possess high-grade representations of the sport's important sets. Many, truly top-quality assemblies have been constructed in pursuit of this objective, and virtually all of them have one feature in common: the Carew rookie is hopelessly off-centered. (Don't believe it? One glance at the high proportion of "qualified" specimens in the PSA Population Report will confirm the item's perhaps under-publicized tendency.) A thoroughly challenging card, likely as a consequence of production-sheet placement, the coveted memento of Carew almost always exhibits haphazard alignment. The collectible can be found with its image out of kilter from top to bottom or, even more vexing and just as frequently, with such a "diagonal cut" that it won't even fit properly into a holder. That, though, is the rest of the world. In the here and now, this exemplary card is squared-away in the extreme, and is properly addressed only in the most glowing terms. Its gloss is impeccable, its reverse is crystal-clear, and its corners are as sharp as little knives. This is a superb exception to the normal state of affairs with respect to the popular Carew's rookie card, in gloriously well-centered Mint condition. Goldin Auction
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