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1900s-1920s Baseball Hardbound Books (10) Including Anson, Spalding and Mathewson

Lot Number 461

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With covers and crisp pages intact throughout, these rare hardcover survivors include:


A Ballplayer’s Career by Cap Anson (1900, Era Publishing, Chicago)

America’s National Game by A.G. Spalding (1911, American Sports Publishing, New York); there is some moisture-induced wrinkling/discoloration throughout

Babe Ruth’s Own Book Of Baseball by Babe Ruth (1928, A.L. Burt Company, New York); spine is loose but intact

Billy Sunday: The Man And His Message by William Ellis (1914, L.T. Myers)

Catcher Craig by Christy Mathewson (1915, Grosset & Dunlap, New York)

Commy: The Life Story Of Charles Comiskey by G.W. Axelson (1919, Reilly & Lee Co., Chicago)

First Base Faulkner by Christy Mathewson (1916, Grosset & Dunlap, New York)

My Thirty Years In Baseball by John McGraw (1923, Boni and Liveright, New York); original dust jacket included

Pitching In A Pinch by Christy Mathewson (1912, Grosset & Dunlap, New York)

The Young Pitcher by Zane Grey (1911, Harper & Brothers, New York/London)

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