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Baltimore/DC Multi-Sport Autograph Lot of (21) with 1984 Redskins Team Ball & Hayes/Unseld Display

Item Number 15523

Quantity: Bid Starts: 04/24/2017 12:00:00 
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Those who brave the big city beltways of Baltimore and Washington DC will want to make a beeline to this multi-sport collection of autographed items. Baseball, basketball and football stars that shined with the Orioles, Ravens, Redskins, Bullets and the University of Maryland are brought together in this assortment of single/multi-signed balls, photos, helmets and a framed display.

 

Featured are:

 

1984 Washington Redskins team-signed football with (41) autographs mostly from the teams that went to back to back Super Bowls following the 1982 and 1983 seasons, ball is clean and bright but does not hold air and the three white panels that are signed are crazed and cracked throughout, despite these condition the autographs remain clearly discernible, showing average (“6” to “8”) potency with (inscriptions in quotation marks): top panel: Jim Hart “17”, Curtis Jordan “22”, Joe Jacoby “66”, Rick Walker “88”, Mark Murphy, Larry Kubin “50”, Dexter Manley, Ken Coffey “48” Mark Moseley, Mel Kaufman “55”, Darrell Green, Neil Olkewicz, Calvin Muhammad “89”; middle panel: Greg Williams, Jay Schroeder “10”, John Riggins “44”, Rick Donnalley “76”, Dave Butz “65”, Rich Milot “57”, Jeff Hayes “5”, Don Warren “85”, Mark McGrath “83”, Bob Slater “75”, Tom Beasley, Perry Brooks “69”, Art Monk “81”, Charlie Brown “87”, Otis Wonsley “39”; bottom panel: Vernon Dean “32”, George Starke “74”, Joe Theismann, Darryl Grant “77”, Mike Nelms, Tony McGee “78”, Pete Cronan “54”, Joe Washington, Monte Coleman, Russ Grimm “68”, Ricky Smith “26”, Charles Mann “71”, Mark May “73”, Ken Huff “61”

 

Washington Bullets warm-up jersey framed display signed (2) with Elvin Hayes (“7-8”) with “11” inscription and Wes Unseld (“8-9”), frame measures 31x22 and is in excellent condition with minimal wear, shirt is blue with red and white accents and presents like-new, these two NBA big men were a dominant pair that led the Bullets to three finals while playing together during the 1970s with one championship win in 1978

 

Sammy Baugh single-signed football (“9-10”) with “HOF 63” inscription, ball is retro style with minor wear, does not hold air but maintains a pleasing shape

 

1965 Chicago Bears vs. Baltimore Colts program (FR) signed by (30+) Colts players average ("7-8") with Johnny Unitas, Lenny Moore, John Mackey, Jim Parker, Ray Berry and their teammates on two pages, centerfold and two other pages are detached and at least one page is absent, one of the pages the Colts have signed has several small sections cut out, also signed on a third page by (2) Bears coaches with Ed Cody and Jim Dooley

 

Chris McAlister single-signed mini-football with Super Bowl XXXV logo, signature is (“8-9”) with “#21” inscription, ball is like-new

 

Joe Smith single-signed Spalding NBA endorsed basketball in excellent condition with minor wear, signature rate (“8-9”) with “#32” inscription

 

(6) Baltimore Orioles single-signed baseballs, balls average (EX-MT to NM-MT), autographs average (“9-10”) with: Eddie Murray OAL/Brown ball with JSA basic cert/sticker; Joe Orsulak OAL/Budig ball (personalized); Jim Palmer OAL/Brown ball (scuffed on a side panel); “Boog” Powell OAL/Budig ball; Cal Ripken Jr. OAL/Budig ball with “Streak” logo; Earl Weaver OAL/Budig ball with “HOF 96” inscription

 

(2) 8x10 Photos: Brady Anderson: autograph (“9-10”) with “#9”, photo (EX-MT); and Chris McAlister: autograph (“9”) with “#21”, photo (NM)

 

(7) Single-signed football mini-helmets, all in excellent condition with average (“8” to “9-10”) signatures: Washington Redskins “Bullet Bill” Dudley with “HOF 66”; Baltimore Colts Jim Parker with “HOF 73”; University of Maryland Randy White with “74 Outland”; (4) Baltimore Ravens: Duane Starks with “#22”, Ray Lewis with “#52”, Jonathan Ogden with “75”, Brandon Stokely with “80”

 

Frames included with lots: while we make every effort to protect the frames included in these lots during pre-auction storage and post-auction shipping, we are not responsible for any damage to the frames themselves, and no refunds will be given due to frame damage.

 



 
 
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