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Washington DC/Maryland Region Multi-Sport Lot of (17)

Lot Number 931

Quantity: Bid Starts: 04/26/2019 12:00:00 
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From the City of Washington DC and nearby environs comes this assortment of multi-sport collectibles. Pro, college and local teams from our Nation's capital and neighboring Maryland are represented by (17) vintage to modern items, including trading cards, publications, pins and souvenirs. This attractive group shows favorable condition quality, with:


1935 National Chicle football card #6 "Pug" Rentner (VG)


(3) 1948 Bowman football cards average (VG) with #58 "Bomber" Nussbaumer, #67 "Beaver" McKee and #76 James Hefti


1950 Topps Feltback Ed Modzelewski obverse presents VG, reverse is skinned


10/14/22 Maryland vs Penn football program from Franklin Field (GD-VG)


11/27/32 Marion A.C. vs Maryland A.C. football program from Gonzaga Stadium (EX)


11/26/38 Esso "Army-Navy" game pocket scorecard with sliding roster tab (VG+)


11/23/40 George Washington vs Georgetown football game full ticket from Griffith Stadium graded PSA (VG 3)


9/27-29/49 Washington Senators scorecard vs Boston Red Sox with Ted Williams (VG-EX) due to a corner crease, but otherwise clean, bright and solid


c.1950s Touchdown Club of Washington ashtray (NM)


D.C. Recreation Dept. vintage 7-1/2" brass basketball trophy (EX+)


(2) c.1950s Georgetown pins with basketball charms (both EX)


c.1950s-1960s  George Washington pin with football charm (NM)


2/14/05 Washington Nationals "Inaugural Game" medallion SGA in original case with PNC Bank slipcover (MT)


c.1990s-2000s "Go Navy" cowbell with "Bill the Goat" (NM) 


Also present is an uncounted 1901 "Washington the National Capitol" souvenir book with McKinley inauguration and White House photos, cover is detached and separated at spine, otherwise presents GD

 



 
 
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