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Philadelphia Phillies Baseball Photo Pins (112433)

Currency:USD Category:Memorabilia / Sports - Baseball Start Price:50.00 USD Estimated At:100.00 - 200.00 USD
Philadelphia Phillies Baseball Photo Pins  (112433)
SOLD
225.00USDto 8*************e+ (56.25) buyer's premium + applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2020 Feb 17 @ 12:00UTC-8 : PST
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Lot of five Sweet Caporal cigarette photo pins (22 mm): Paskert, Moran, Titus, Magee, Doolan.

John Titus led the National League in being hit by pitches (16) in 1909. The speedy Dode Paskert was one of the finest defensive center fielders of the dead-ball era. "Sherry" Magee was one of the best hitters of the dead ball era. On July 10, 1911, Magee struck umpire Bill Finneran as a result of disputing a called third strike, knocking him unconscious, at which he was suspended for the remainder of the season. Shortstop Mickey Doolin often has his name misspelled on baseball cards and pins as "Doolan." Three more recent photo pins: Robin Roberts, Curt Simmons and John Callison.

Provenance: John Reynolds Collection
Country (if not USA):
State: Pennsylvania
City/County: Philadelphia
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