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Brooklyn Dodgers Framed Display Lot of (9)

Lot Number 622

Quantity: Bid Starts: 01/26/2018 12:00:00 
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Decorate your “Dodgers Den” with these (9) framed displays! The subjects pan from the early years of Brooklyn’s “Robins” through the era of the beloved “Bums.” Includes:

 

Carl Furillo: framed to 13-5/16 x 16-5/16”, an 8x10” color photo is signed in black marker (“9” strength); JSA cert/sticker

 

Johnny Podres: a “1955” display with symmetrically arranged trading card images. The piece measures 19-3/4 x 25-1/8” and is signed in blue marker by Podres (“9” strength; auction LOA from JSA)

 

1941 World Series: framed to 16-5/16 x 13-5/16” under (appropriately) pinstriped matting, a 10x8” black-and-white action photo is signed by Game 4 principals Mickey Owen (“8” strength) and Tommy Henrich (“7-8” strength); JSA cert/sticker

 

1955 World Champions: framed to 25-1/2 x 31-3/8”, a team photo display is complete with printed identifiers and a Dodgers-themed poem.

 

1920 National League Champions: framed to 21-1/8 x 17-1/8”, a vintage publication shows a team photo of the franchise’s second-ever World Series participant. The piece presents beautifully and appears to have been laminated.

 

The Boys of Summer: framed to 21-1/8 x 25-1/8”, a limited edition (5/100) giclee archival print shows the classic shot taken n 1955 by Sport Magazine photographer George Heyer. Pictured are: Reese, Furillo, Robinson, Erskine, Hodges, Newcombe, Snider and Campanella.

 

Dodger Greats: framed to 37 x 27-1/2”, a 1984 artist’s proof lithograph print portrays (from left to right): Campanella, Reese, Snider, Hodges and Robinson.

 

Ebbets Field: framed to 36-1/4 x 27-1/2”, a 1990 limited edition (155/600) print of Andy Jurinko’s “Ebbets Field Forever” is signed by the artist in graphite pencil.

 

Babe Ruth: framed to 16-1/8 x 12-1/4”, an 8x10” black-and-white photo of Babe Ruth during his lone season (1938) with the Brooklyn Dodgers is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity (as a print from the negative in the “Images of the Past, Inc.” national archives). Did you know … that while Ruth wore number “3” during his career with the Yankees, he wore “35” as he coached the Dodgers for one season.

 

 

 

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.



 
 
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