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Washington Baseball Autograph and Memorabilia Lot of (7) with 1964 Senators Team Ball

Lot Number 681

Quantity: Bid Starts: 02/07/2020 12:00:00 
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Set your sights on the second MLB Washington Senators franchise with this baseball autograph and memorabilia lot of (7). While the majority of these items pertain to the Senators of the 1960s, one piece hails from 1999 and is related to college players. Bundled together are team-signed baseballs, full-size pennants, a mini-helmet and a game-used bat, with all in favorable condition ranging from better to like-new. Autographs range ("6" to "9") with a few lesser. Auction LOA from JSA.

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1964 Washington Senators team-signed OAL/Cronin ball with (27) signatures including: sweet spot: Gil Hodges (d.1972); north panel: Dave Stenhouse, Fred Valentine, John Kennedy, Willie Kirkland, Frank Kreutzer, Don Leppert, Mike Brumley; south panel: Jim King, Chuck Cottier, Sid Hudson, Chuck Minton, Bernie Daniels, Ed Yost, Ron Kline; east panel: Don Blasingame, Hobie Landrith, Claude Osteen, Ed Brinkman, Al Koch, Don Rudolph; west panel: Danny O'Connell, Buster Narron, Joe Cunningham, Don Zimmer, Don Lock; reverse sweet spot: Roy Sievers

1960s Senators reunion multi-signed ball with faded stamps, signed by (26) with: sweet spot: Mickey Vernon; reverse sweet spot: Frank Howard with "1968, 1970 A.L. HR King" inscription; north panel: Joe Hicks, Bob Humphreys, Ed Brinkman, Tom Brown, Tim Cullen; south panel: Dave Stenhouse, Ken McMullen, Jim Hannon, Casey Cox, Frank Kreutzer, Woodie Held; east panel: Tom Cheney, Ken Retzer, Dick Bosman, Bernie Daniels, Del Unser, Don Locke, Don Loun; west panel: Gene Woodling, Bernie Allen, Fred Valentine, Rich Billings, Bob "Rocky" Johnson, Chuck Hinton

1999 Bethesda Big Train Collegiate baseball League team-signed ball with (24) signatures

Jim King 1960s game-used Louisville Slugger bat in better condition with moderate signs of authentic use, including an unobtrusive crack and light traces of residue on the handle and a split on the back of the barrel. The knob is impressed with "K93" and the number "30" is written over it, and a Jim King facsimile signature is burned into the label side of the barrel

Frank Howard single-signed Riddell mini-helmet with "68/70 HR "King"" inscription, in original factory package

(2) 1960s Full-size pennants both (EX) with: 1.) white with Capitol Dome logo applique; and 2.) red with pitcher in front of Capitol Building applique

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