The Colts are long gone and the Orioles are struggling – but happier days are relived in this lot of Charm City framed displays and autographed items. Highlights include:
Baltimore Orioles Autographs:
(2) Reggie Jackson: 1976 team-issued postcard signed in blue marker (“10” strength); and an August 30, 1976 Sports Illustrated signed on the cover in blue marker (“10” strength)
Cal Ripken, Jr. 8x10” photo signed in red marker (“10” strength)
(5) Brooks Robinson: (2) original news service photos; a June 1972 Sport Magazine; a July/August 1993 Legends Sports Memorabilia issue; and a 1995 memorabilia show pamphlet; signatures all (“10”) strength
Baltimore Colts Autographs:
(2) Johnny Unitas: a 1960 original news service photograph and a September 17, 1972 Baltimore Sun “Colts 1972” insert; both signed in black marker (both “10” strength)
Multi-Signed a 1962 Baltimore Colts comic book signed on the front cover (all “10” strength) by: Ordell Braase, Tom Matte, Lenny Moore and Andy Nelson
Orioles Park at Camden Yards a 1990 architect’s blue print framed to 38-3/4 x 26-7/16”
Cal Ripken, Jr. Milestone Tickets framed to 12-1/4 x 13-1/4”, a display features (5) full tickets (apparent EX condition) from games that featured: career hit #3000; consecutive game #2130; consecutive game #2131; consecutive game #2632; and the first game Ripken sat out (September 20, 1998) to end the streak
Significant Orioles Tickets framed to 20-1/4 x 16-1/4”, (9) full tickets and (1) stub (average apparent EX-MT condition) span the first-ever game at Memorial Stadium (April 17, 1954) to the September 6, 1996 game in which Eddie Murray hit his 500th career home run.
Auction LOA from JSA
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.