This extremely rare crescent baseball glove score counter measures 2 38" x 2 34", and still works It has an advertisement for what appears to be a liquor store, but the name has been removed. The item is sold as-is, and may have scratches, bends, creases, tears, soiling, discoloration, trimming or other damage, so please take a close look at the photos. Don't miss your chance to own this unique part of baseball history
A more knowledgeable Ebayer than me has informed me of the correct year, brand and model number of this glove. His feeling is that the model number of the glove is SWF16, and at closer inspection, he is correct. The glove has issues but is a very difficult to find duck web baseball glove. The pictures are a good representation of the glove's problems the tears in all four fingers, and those in the third and fourth finger being rather large. Though worn and rough the pocket of the glove appears t...o have no holes. The thumb leather is heavily scuffed but also has no holes that I can see. The lining shows cracks and holes and the finger stall lining is torn and you can see your third, fourth, and fifth fingers when the glove is on your hand. The thumb side of the web that connects to the first finger is stitched. It looks to have been done strictly as a precaution though. All four of other webs look great. Surprisingly, the leather piping is in fantastic condition considering the rest of the glove and...the glove is really soft. Can get no manufacturer from the label it is worn and hard to read, but it looks like what I can see is "tham, " and looks to be blue and yellow which my informant says is the correct color for a Simmons glove. The button is generic. Not sure if this was a child's glove it is only 8" x 8". Yes, this glove has seen better days. It was definitely well played with, but it is still pretty neat to see one of these rare birds. PayPal please. Shipping will be 15.00.
For your consideration and bidding, an antique, vintage, used, leather, Spalding, five finger, full web, baseball glove. This antique Spalding baseball glove from the turn of the century is a survivor. Use your imagination while thinking of the stories this old glove could tell. This glove is in excellent, vintage, well used condition. The leather shows some deterioration from age, being over 100 years old, yet is still supple and pliable. The back strap has been professionally replaced at some ...point. The stitching, lacing, and padding are original and in excellent condition. There is a crack in the leather on a couple of the fingers on the front (see auction photos). This antique, Spalding baseball glove is in overall, excellent condition considering its age, nearly 120 years old, and would make an excellent display in the man cave. The glove stand shown in the auction photos is not included. These ancient baseball relics are getting hard to find in exceptional condition. Get it while it's available at a reasonable price.We aim to please so please look over the auction photos and request additional photos, or ask any questions prior to bidding. We sell mostly vintage items. These items are not new. Please have reasonable expectations when considering condition. Our priority is packaging your purchase securely and shipping it out promptly. We welcome all questions and will respond promptly. All items are shipped delivery confirmation so you can track your shipment. We combine shipping when you buy more than one of our eBay items. Thanks for taking a look.International purchases are subject to eBay's "Global Shipping" fees that will be assessed from eBay's global shipping point in Erlanger, Kentucky. International purchases may also be subject to Import Fees that will be charged to you the buyer.
Scarce 1910's TY COBB W.B. JARVIS vintage leather baseball glove. The glove measures 9" vertically with a fantastic legible Jarvis label. The glove remains in excellent shape with nice soft leather.Ty Cobb W.B. Jarvis gloves are hard to come by in any shape. 01524
L.L. Rittgers 1941 Authentic "EXTREMELY RARE" Vintage Trio Baseball Figures. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.This set is Extremely Difficult to obtain, Very Rare This Trio is in good condition. Each figurine has slight chips or cracks (all shown in close-ups). The umpire is in near perfect condition besides a small chip on the back of his feet. More than 70 years ago, sculptor L.L. Rittgers showed the world that no matter how strong your argument, you cannot change an umpires ...mind. While many still fail to comprehend this concept, it rings true on this 1941 trio of statues. Crafted In Chicago from molded plaster over wire frames, the figurines include players from opposing teams and an umpire. Designed with caricature-like features that include exaggerated facial scowls as they lean in toward the arbiter, the players are respectively clad in painted A and N uniforms (presumably American and National League representatives). The umpire, meanwhile, isnt hearing any of it, standing with hands folded behind his back with wearing a calm, stoic glance. These present beautifully, incredible preservation of the original paint applications. While various reproductions and versions have surfaced throughout the years from other countries, these are the "REAL DEAL" as evidenced by the 1941 and Lafayette Rittgers carvings on the right side of each shoe.See pictures for detailsComes from a smoke and pet free homeEmail me with any questions
Sammy Baugh (D.2008) SignedAutograph Vintage HUTCH Baseball Glove with "HOF 63" inscription. Sammy Baugh was also a baseball player at Texas Christian, where he played third base. It was during his time as a baseball player that he earned the nickname "Slingin' Sammy", which he got from a Texas sportswriter. After college, Sammy signed a contract with the St. Louis Cardinals and was sent to the minor leagues to play with the American Association Columbus Red Birds in Columbus, Ohio after being c...onverted to shortstop. He was then sent to the International League's Rochester, New York Red Wings, St. Louis's other top farm club. While there he received little playing time behind starting shortstop Marty Marion and was unhappy with his prospects. He then turned to professional football and the rest is historyMr. Baugh Has Signed in Silver Paint.Please See All Scans. You will receive this exact item.This item is JSA Basic V96592 Certified.Please check our feedback and buy with confidence.Please Add 10.00 for USPS Priority Mail Shipping and Handling.Follow us on FACEBOOK at SPORTS CARD HEROES. THANKSBR BR Powered by eBay Turbo ListerBR The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: VINTAGE SPORTS BASEBALL GLOVE BY HUTCH CATCHERS PANCAKE MITT 266 FEATURES Nice Vintage Baseball Glove Catchers Mitt Made by Hutch You put it on your left hand Full hand molded pad Inner pillow style Buckle Cincinnati CONDITION: Nice Used Condition Normal wear please see All (7) pic's ill ship for 14.95 well PackedPlease take a look atmy other listingsif you have any questions please contact me with eBay , so we can talkThank you for taking the time to... view my auctionINTERNATIONAL BIDDERS:1. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts" US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior.2. Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or postage charges. These charges are the buyers responsibility. Please check with your countrys customs office to determine what these additional costs will be, prior to bidding buying. These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up do not confuse them for additional shipping charges.3. We only accept PayPal and ship items to your shipping address on PayPal. WE ONLY SHIP THROUGH THE GLOBAL SHIPPING PROGRAM. Please add item to your cart to see the shipping quote, if we s InventoryINVENTORY E311
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