The “Sultan of Swat” calling his shot, the “M&M Boys” wielding their feared war clubs and peerless catcher “Yogi” Berra ready to make another putout, these classic images are captured in remarkably realistic fashion by this group of (4) 1958-1962 Hartland Plastics Statues. Baseball’s greatest dynasty, the New York Yankees is appropriately represented in the original Hartland series by these immortals and now you can call this prized quartet of vintage statue figures your own by making the winning play on this well-preserved and very pleasing lot.
“Babe” Ruth with bat posed to call his shot in the legendary 1932 World Series, stands freely, shows full paint and excellent gloss, uniform is slightly toned to off-white forcing a (NM) designation, otherwise presents like-new
Mickey Mantle with bat in batting stance, stands freely, uniform is bright white, small stray marks are visible on the flesh painted areas, but overall this piece presents NM-MT details with deference to a small crack on the barrel of the bat
“Yogi” Berra with mask posed to make a play, stands freely, uniform is just very slightly off-white, paint is full and gloss level is pleasing, a few stray marks on the flesh painted areas visible but unobtrusive, shows overall (NM+) quality
Roger Maris with bat following through on a swing, stands on a slightly warped base with home plate, uniform is slightly off-white but clean and glossy, paint is full with just one small stray mark on each of the arms, rates as (NM+) because of the base, but presents better