Home -> View Lot
 

Detroit Tigers Souvenir/Autograph Lot With Whitaker Game-Used Bat

Lot Number 835

Quantity: Bid Starts: 07/26/2019 12:00:00 
Bid Open: 150.00  Bid Ends: 08/09/2019 00:00:10 
Bid Count: 13  Overtime: 30 Minutes
Currently: 300.00  Time Left: Ended
View Count: 380   
     
    Previous Lot <--> Next Lot
 
Description



Motown mania is back in this lot of Detroit Tigers souvenirs! Highlights include:

 

Multi-Signed Book: a soft cover edition of The Detroit Tigers: An Illustrated History (1989, Prentice Hall) signed on the cover in fiber tip marker (“6-7” strength with minor ink migration) by: Mark Fidrych Al Kaline and Alan Trammell

 

Multi-Signed 1968 World Series Game 7 Box Score: a thick stock 8x10” sheet with the box score of the decisive Game 7 in which Mickey Lolich outlasted Bob Gibson, ending the latter’s streak of seven successive complete game triumphs in World Series play. The piece is signed in blue marker (average “9-10” strength) by: Dick McAuliffe, Denny McLain, Jim Price, Mickey Stanley, Dick Tracewski, Jon Warden and Don Wert  

 

(3) Graded Cards:

1953 Topps Baseball #211 J.W. Porter PSA NM-MT 8

1956 Topps Baseball #191 Frank Lary PSA NM-MT 8

1964 Topps #272 Jake Wood PSA NM-MT 8

 

Lou Whitaker 1991-1995 Game-Used Bat: a Louisville Slugger (35”, 32.9-oz) “K48” signature model with a glossy black “Smith” finish and silver-colored stampings. The weapon exhibits evidence of heavy game use with ball and deeply embedded stitch marked about the hitting surface, as well as transposed stampings from OAL baseballs and grain swelling/checking about on the barrel. The is an H-shaped handle crack of 12” and Whitaker’s number “1” is inscribed on the knob in silver-colored marker.

 

Auction LOA from JSA  

 

Huggins and Scott is allowing the winning bidder 45 days from the date when payment is received to have the item independently authenticated. Payment must, however, be made within two weeks from the end of the auction. Huggins and Scott is not responsible for any authentication fees or shipping charges incurred by the winning bidder but H&S will refund the hammer price and buyer's premium if the item does not pass authentication with a reputable third party company.



 
 
Pictures  (Click on Photo to Enlarge)