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Split Finger Gloves

1. Gene Thompson, Hutch 28FR. A nice glove youth size glove with smooth and pliable leather, smooth inside lining and no writing. The only flaw is a hardened oil stain on the pinky finger. Measures approximately 8 x 8 1/2 inches and is tight fit on the adult hand. "Junior" was an excellent pitcher with the Reds during their pennant winning seasons in 1939-40. RHT Ex+ $35 sold

2. 1930's Fielder's Glove, Wilson "Boy's Model". A youth or adolescent size glove. Measures 8 x 8 1/2 inches. The inside lining is smooth. Has a faint Joe Medwick facsimile signature in the pocket. Nice overall condition. RHT Ex/Mt $35

3. Ed Brandt, JC Higgins 1673. An adolescent sized glove that does fit the medium size adult hand. Measures 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. The inside lining is smooth. Has light staining on the front and light writing on the front heel and back of the pinky finger and wrist strap. Has nice labeling. Brandt was an excellent starting pitcher with the Boston Braves, Brooklyn Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates from 1928-38. Excellent overall condition. RHT Ex+ $45

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Catcher's Mitts

1. 1960's Catcher's Mitt, MacGregor GP. MacGregor's top of the line pro model catcher's mitt circa the early 1960's. Has soft leather. Superb condition. The only flaw is writing on the inside lining. Has a great cloth label, great labeling, a superb fleece lined wrist strap etc.. Excellent overall condition. Nr/Mt $85

2. Roy Campanella, Wilson A2552. A nice quality mitt in outstanding condition with smooth inside lining and bold labeling. Has a great cloth label. Ex/Mt $65

3. Del Crandall, American Eagle 7070. Nice condition with smooth inside lining and a bold labeling. Has light ink marks on the cloth label. Foiles played from 1953-63 and was an All-Star with Pittsburgh in 1957. Ex/Mt $45

4. Clyde McCullough, JC Higgins 1630. Nice condition. Has smooth inside lining and a bold facsimile signature. Has a name written on back and an indentation in the pocket. McCullough played from 1940-56 and was an All-Star with the Cubs in 1948 and 1953. Ex/Mt $40

5. Hank Foiles, Rawlings 214. An adolescent size mitt in nice condition with smooth inside lining and a bold labeling. Has a name written on back. Foiles played from 1953-63 and was an All-Star with Pittsburgh in 1957. Ex/Mt $35

6. Smokey Burgess, Wilson. A high quality mitt in nice condition with smooth inside lining. Has light labeling. The web and wrist strap have been re-laced. The cloth label is worn Ex+ $35

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Base Mitts

1. 1940's Basemitt, Draper & Maynard DB68. Circa 1940's mitt. High quality with rolled leather piping. The inside lining has a hole on the heel, comfortable on the hand otherwise. Has bold labeling. Has piping wear and there's a small scratch in the pocket below the labeling. The web and wrist strap have been re-laced. RHT Ex+ $40

2. 1940's Basemitt, MW Sporting Goods 60-4252. Major League Claw. A nice quality mitt with extremely soft, smooth and pliable leather. Has smooth lining. Outstanding condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $45

2. 1940's Basemitt, MW Sporting Goods 60-4248. Minor League Claw. A midsize mitt. The leather is somewhat stiff. Has fairly smooth lining. Nice for display. RHT Vg/Ex+ $25

4. Ed Kranepool, Rawlings FJ35. Has bold labeling and smooth inside lining. Has writing on the back and the cloth label. Import. LHT Vg/Ex+ $25

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1940's-1970's Fielders Gloves

Gloves and mitts are made in USA unless specified. RHT (right hand thrower) LHT (left hand thrower)

1. 1960's Nokona Pro Model Fielder's Glove, Nokona BPRO. Nokona's very top of the line fielder's glove circa the early to mid 1960's. Unused condition with smooth and pliable leather with no writing. Has all rolled leather piping. The inside lining is beautiful. Superb labeling. RHT Nr/Mt+ $95

2. Billy Hunter, Nokona G53. A high quality glove in outstanding condition. This model was made in 1956 only. Has all rolled leather piping. The inside lining is very smooth and is very comfortable on the medium size hand. Has bold labeling. No writing. Hunter was an All-Star in his rookie year with the St. Louis Browns in 1953. He played with the pennant winning New York Yankees in 1955 & 1956 and also played on the inagural 1954 Baltimore Orioles as well as the Kansas City A's and Cleveland Indians. As a manager he compiled an outstanding 146-108 record in 2 years with the Texas Rangers before becoming head baseball coach and later Athletic Director at Towson State outside of Baltimore. RHT Ex/Mt+ $75 sold

3. Sam Mele, Spalding 1101. Spalding's very top of the line glove circa 1954. Has readable labeling, has nice inside lining and a great cloth label. No writing. The leather has spots of surface cracking on the heel and the tips of the 4th and 5th fingers. Excellent overall condition. RHT Ex+ $65

4. Johnny Temple, Kennedy 554. A nice quality glove circa the early 1950's. Has all leather piping. Has smooth inside lining and is very comfortable on the medium size hand. Has light labeling and a superb cloth label. No writing. Temple played from 1952 to 1964. He was a 6 time All-Star at 2nd base with Cincinnati and Cleveland. RHT Ex/Mt $50 sold

5. Billy Martin, Wilson A2204. A nice quality circa early 1950's glove. Has all leather piping. The inside lining has lightwear and is comfortable on the adult size hand. Has light labeling. No writing. The cloth label is worn but intact. Lots of use but remains in excellent condition. RHT Ex+ $35 sold

6. Hank Aaron, MacGregor G5. A nice quality mid size glove circa the early 1960's. Has light labeling, Has smooth leather and nice inside lining. Has light writing on the wrist strap. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt $40

7. Amos Otis, Rawlings XPG-26. A high quality glove circa the early 1970's. Has nice labeling, The inside lining has wear but is comfortable on the adult hand. The cloth label has a small tear. The web has been re-laced. A nice glove to use. No writing. RHT Ex+ $40

8. Vada Pinson, Spalding 42-147. Six finger "Trapocket" style glove. Beautiful condition except for names written on the front and back of the thumb. Has soft, smooth and pliable leather with nice suede inside lining. Has bold labeling. Smaller size but very comfortable on the medium size adult hand. Pinson compiled Hall of Fame worthy stats with 2757 career hits, 256 home runs and 305 stolen bases. RHT Ex+ $30

9. Jim Busby, Wilson A2364. A high quality circa early 1950's glove. Has the cut out "Snap Action" pocket. Has all rolled leather piping. The inside lining has lots of wear with numerous holes, mostly up inside the finger slots. The cloth label is worn. Has light writing on the back of the thumb. Busby was a centerfielder who had several fine seasons with the White Sox, Senators and Orioles during the 1950's. RHT G/Vg $25

10. Curt Simmons, MacGregor G118. This glove has extremely soft, smooth and pliable leather with smooth inside lining. Has a bold facsimile signature. Has piping wear and a name written on the wrist strap. The glove has been professionally re-laced. Simmons pitched from 1947-67 and won 193 games. RHT Ex+ $35

11. Hank Aaron, MacGregor HRK. A beautiful glove with superb gold labeling, nice leather and nice inside lining. This glove was made to commemorate Hank Aaron's 715th home run which broke Babe Ruth's record in 1975. No writing. Import. RHT Vg+ $40

12. Hank Sauer, Wilson A2942. A nice quality circa early 1950's glove. Has rolled leather piping. The inside lining has lightwear and is very comfortable on the medium size hand. Has light labeling. No writing. Sauer played from 1941 to 1957. Between 1948 and 1954 he had home run totals of 35, 31, 32, 30, 37 and 41. He was the National League MVP in 1952 with the Cubs. LHT Ex+ $35

13. Ray Crone, Spalding 1174. A nice quality mid-sized glove with smooth inside lining. Has light labeling. RHT Ex+ $35

14. Vic Power, Franklin F117. A superb youth or adolescent size glove. Has nice vinyl inside lining and bold labeling. Has light writing on the back. Power was one of the first Puerto Rican stars. He was a 6 time All-Star and 7 time Gold Glove winner during the 1950's-60's. RHT Ex/Mt $30

15. Billy Goodman, Franklin F109. A nice youth size glove. Has nice inside lining. Has a name on the wrist strap. RHT Ex+ $25

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Autographed Baseball Gloves

1. Gates Brown, Jim Price & Dave Rozema Autographed Baseball Glove, Wilson "Fred Lynn" pro model glove beautifully autographed by 3 all time great Detroit Tigers including Gates Brown (1963-75 + 1968 World Series), Jim Price (1967-71 + 1968 World Series) and Dave Rozema (1977-84 + 1984 World Series). The glove is in very nice condition. Has nice labeling and inside lining. Comes with certificate of authenticity. RHT Ex/Mt+ $65

2. Gus Suhr Autographed First Base Mitt, Circa 1940's Denkert first base mitt autographed by the one time National League "Iron Man" record holder. Gus Suhr's 922 consecutive games played stood until the 1950's when Stan Musial broke it. One of the National Leagues most consistent first baseman, Suhr broke in with the Pirates with a bang in 1930 with 14 triples, 17 home runs and 107 RBI's. He averaged about 35 doubles, 14 triples, 10 home runs and 90+ RBI's during a 9 year span. He was also one of the leagues best fielders. Gus began his career with the 1925 San Francisco Seals and 18 years later came out of retirement to play with the Seals again in 1943-45, batting .311 and winning team MVP honors in 1945, his last pro season. The autograph has slightly faded. Comes with certificate of authenticity. RHT Ex+ $75

3. Duane Pillette Autographed Baseball Glove, Unendorsed 1950's Keystone glove nicely autographed by the former New York Yankee and St. Louis Brown and Baltimore Oriole pitcher. After fine seasons with the Portland Beavers in 1947 and 1948 Pillette broke in with the Yankees in 1949. He made the World Series roster that year but didn't get into a game. As a member of the Browns and Orioles he became known as a "Yankee Killer" because he routinely beat them. Glove is in nice condition. Comes with certificate of authenticity. RHT Ex+ $45

4. Gary Pettis Autographed Baseball Glove, 1970's Spalding "Dick McAuliffe" model boldly autographed by the 5 time Gold Glove centerfielder Gary Pettis who won Gold Gloves with 3 teams, the Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles Angels and Texas Rangers during the 1980's-90's. Nice condition. Comes with certificate of authenticity. RHT Ex+ $40

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