(7) Nineteenth Century Mostly Baseball Items 
Lot Number 302
Quantity: Bid Starts: 06/22/2008 16:00:00 
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Compiled is a group of (7) nineteenth century items that primarily feature baseball players. These ephemera consist of newspapers, supplements, tickets and trade cards. For a detailed list of items, please visit our website.

1.) (2) dated 1881 Ramsdell Spaulding “Go To The Fair” lithograph cards (two poses, both PR, scrapbook residue); 2.) dated 1886 Spalding Baseball Guide (FR, taped cover); 3.) dated 1888 Buffords lithograph “The Umpires Lot—Not a Happy One” with pencil marks (GD); 4.) dated 1894 M.I.T. Baseball Associations ticked stub (FR, scrapbook residue); 5.) dated 3/4/1893 Sporting Items newspaper cover with pugilist Charlie Mitchell (GD) and 6.) dated 1899 M101-1 Charles Stahl Sporting News Supplement framed and matted (12-1/2x15-1/2, apparent VG-EX) 
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