Gloves and mitts are made
in USA unless specified.
1. Hank Bauer, Rawlings
PM5. A nice high quality glove circa 1954-55. Excellent overall
condition. The inside lining has wear but no holes. Has
easily readable labeling. The only writing is a very light
name on the back of the web. The snugger
strap lacing is missing. The fingers have been relaced. Hank
was an outstanding outfielder with the Yankees. RHT Ex/Mt $65
2. Mickey Mantle, Rawlings
MM9. Beautiful mid size glove circa the late 1950's. This model
commemorates Mantle's triple crown season of 1956. Comfortably
fits a medium size adult hand. Has nice labeling.
Very smooth inside lining. The only
flaw is writing on the back of the thumb and wrist strap. Superb
condition. Ex/Mt+ $75
3. Mickey Mantle, Rawlings
MM8. Nice mid to full size glove circa the mid 1950's. Comfortably
fits the adult hand. Has very light labeling.
The inside lining has light wear. The
coated cloth piping has wear. No writing. Nice overall condition
with an excellent antique patina. Ex+ $65
4. Johnny Podres, Rawlings
TJ20. Very nice condition. Nice labeling.
Has super smooth inside lining.
Has very light writing on the back. Podres was the hero for the
Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1955 World Series. Ex/Mt+ $55
5. 1950's Rawlings Paul Bunyan
Leather Fielder's Glove. Rawlings G600 "Mister
Shortstop". Rawlings' "Paul
Bunyan" leather was their 1950's predecessor to their
"Heart of the Hide" leather. This glove is in very
nice condition with the only flaws of note being a set of initials
on the back of the thumb, a light name written on the inside
lining, piping wear on the bottom of the wrist strap and
a worn cloth label. Very nice leather throughout and very comfortable
on the adult hand. RHT Ex/Mt $55
6. Jim Davenport, Wilson
A2970. Superb mid size glove circa the early 1960's. Has
perfect lining. The leather could not be nicer. The only
flaws are light piping wear and writing on the wrist strap. Jim
was the Giants 3rd baseman during the late 1950's to mid 1960's.
7. Enos Slaughter. Sonnett
I5F. Nice mid size glove circa the mid 1950's. Has
easily readable labeling. The inside
lining has light wear and no holes. RHT Ex+ $30
8. 1940's-50's Three Finger Fielder's
Glove, MacGregor Goldsmith G133. "Pick Pocket"
model. Nice quality adult size glove circa 1949-51. The inside
lining has some chafing on the heel but is otherwise smooth
and is comfortable on the hand. Nice cloth label. No writing.
The fingers and web have been relaced. RHT Ex/Mt $45
9. Ernie Banks, Sunline
G8. Very nice 1950's youth size glove. The
dark brown lining has light wear. The medium adult hand fits
tightly. A rare maker. Nice labeling.
No writing. Ex/Mt+ $40
10. Skeeter Kell, Wilson
A2910. Very nice circa early 1950's three finger glove. Has smooth,
slightly stiff leather throughout with a beautiful patina. The inside lining has light wear and
is comfortable on the adult hand. Has
light but readable labeling. Skeeter was the younger brother
of Hall of Famer George Kell. RHT Ex/Mt $55
11. Al Kaline, Wilson A2201.
Superb glove with soft, smooth and pliable leather inside
and out. Has nice labeling and
nice leather piping. Has a light name on the back of the small
finger and the cloth label is worn. This circa late 1950's glove
can be used or displayed. RHT Ex/Mt+ $65
12. 1950's Mint in Box Youth Baseball
Glove, Bat & Ball Set. King "Little Pal".
Fantastic mint condition. The glove,
bat and ball have never been removed from the box which still
has it's original "Read's" pricetag. The box is stunning
with it's original celophane. The box measures 20 x 6 inches
and will make a fantastic display. Mint $95
13. Richie Ashburn, MacGregor
GB29. A very nice 3 finger glove circa 1955-56. Has some very
light staining/spotting on the front of the fingers and pocket
however the back side has flawless
lining, piping and a cloth label. The only writing is under
the wrist strap. RHT Ex/Mt $45
14. Mike McCormick,
MacGregor G29. Spectacular unused mid size glove circa 1962.
Mike played with the New York and San Francisco Giants from 1956
to 1970 with 4 years of that time in Baltimore and Washington..
Mike led the league in ERA in 1960 and won the Cy Young award
in 1967. Perfect labeling.
Has light shelf wear, otherwise gem mint condition. Great
suede lining. Snuggly fits the adult hand. A beauty. RHT
15. Eddie Mathews, MW Sporting
Goods 60-4215. Nice 3 finger glove circa the early to mid 1950's.
Eddie was the only player to play for the Boston, Milwaukee and
Atlanta Braves. He led the league with 47 home runs in 1953,
his second season and first in Milwaukee and finished his career
with 512 home runs. The glove has a nice dark brown color and
patina. Has nice inside lining.
The facsimile signature is light
but readable. No writing. The fingers have been relaced. RHT
16. Herm Wehmeier, Globe
BG7. A super rare glove for the Reds and Cardinals hurler who
pitched from 1945-58 and reached 10 wins or more 7 times. Has
a faint facsimile signature. Has
smooth inside lining and no writing.
Not listed in Joe Phillips glove guide, so perhaps the first
one found. RHT Ex+ $45
17. Whitey Ford, Spalding
42-357. Nice mid size glove with smooth
inside lining. Fits comfortably on a medium adult hand. Circa
1960's. Light stain in pocket. Nice
condition. Import. Ex/Mt $45
18. Joe Gordon, MW Sporting
Goods 4205. A spectacular glove. Has perfect silver labeling,
superb inside lining and no writing.
Gordon played with the Indians and Yankees from 1938-50 and played
in 6 World Series. He was an All-Star every year of his career
but 2. Superb. RHT Nr/Mt $55
19. 1950's Three Finger Fielder's Glove,
Spalding 1221. A high quality full size glove circa the mid 1950's.
Has an excellent antique dark brown color and patina. The only
writing is a set of initials on the inside lining. Has a nice
cloth label, super smooth inside lining.
Has very nice rolled leather piping. Has a small indentation
on the thumb. The fingers have been relaced. A beauty. RHT Ex/Mt
20. Two Finger Fielder's Glove,
Wilson A2170. Superb full size two finger glove circa the
late 1940's to early 1950's. Has super soft and pliable leather
throughout. Has very smooth inside lining.
The web has been relaced. No writing. RHT Ex/Mt+ $85
21. Harvey Kuenn, Wilson
A2234. Ultra clean full size glove. Virtually flawless condition.
Has extremely light writing on
the back. A 1950's glove in nearly new condition. Kuenn had an
interesting career. He led the league in hits three out of his
first four seasons, batted over .300 nine of his first eleven
seasons, made All-Star teams in eight straight seasons. In 1956
he led the league in fielding as a shortstop and 2 years later
became an outfielder. In 1959 after leading the league in hitting
he was traded from Detroit to Cleveland for Rocky Colavito and
despite hitting .308 in Cleveland was booed out of town because
he was a scapegoat for trading the ultra popular Colavito. He
was then traded to San Francisco where he did play for 4 seasons
including his lone World Series. He finished his career with
a .303 batting average and as a manager guided the Milwaukee
Brewers to their first World Series appearance. However he has
been completely overlooked as a hall of fame candidate. A
beauty. RHT Nr/Mt $65
22. Ted Williams, Sears 16198.
"Model 400". Very nice high quality fastback style
glove circa the 1960's made to commemorate Ted's feat of being
the last player to hit .400 (in 1941). This glove is in outstanding
condition with smooth inside lining
and nice labeling. The only writing
is a very small name on the back of the thumb. Import. RHT Ex/Mt+
23. Del Ennis, Wilson A2910.
Nice 1950's glove. Ennis was one of baseball's greatest players
for 10 years. This glove is in nice overall condition with 2
flaws of note: The cloth label is well worn and there's a half
inch seam separation on the back of the index finger. The
inside lining has light wear and is very comfortable on the
adult hand. Has light but readable labeling.
RHT Ex+ $35
24. Joe DiMaggio, Trio Hollander
81-58. Very nice youth size mitt circa the early 1960's. Has smooth inside lining and a bold
facsimile signature. Made to fit an
8-11 year old. Superb condition, no writing. RHT Ex/Mt+ $50
25. Phil Rizutto, Spalding
1023. One of Spalding's highest quality gloves circa the mid
1950's. Has the unique button back wrist strap. The
inside lining is fairly smooth. Has a nice cloth label. The
only signifigant flaw is a small hole worn through on the thumb seam. The fingers and the top
of the web have been relaced. Has a
light but readable endorsement. RHT Ex $50
26. Nelson Fox, Wilson
A2340. A nice quality full size glove circa the mid 1950's. Has
an early A2000 look. Has light labeling. Has smooth leather inside and out. The only writting is 2
very faint and small sets of initials. A nice glove. RHT Ex/Mt
27. 1940's-50's Two Finger Fielder's
Glove, Spalding 183. Very nice small childs size glove.
Has nice smooth and pliable leather throughout. Has smooth lining.
No writing. Has a spot of paint on the back of the thumb and
light writing on the wrist strap. Terrific condition otherwise.
RHT Ex/Mt $45
28. Roberto Clemente, Rawlings
GF76. This glove was made using 3 different colors of leather.
The glove is in terrific condition however the facsimile
signature is extremely faint. Has smooth
inside lining. Has nice rolled leather piping. Does not look
like a youth glove however the adult hand is a very tight fit.
Likely made for a 10-13 year old. The fingers, web and heel have
been relaced. Import. RHT Ex/Mt $30
29. Larry Sherry, Wilson
A2264. Larry was the 1959 World Series hero so this glove is
likely circa 1960. Lots of use however remains pliable with smooth inside lining. Still useable.
30. Ken Hunt, Spalding 42-291.
A nice smaller size glove that snuggly fits the adult hand. Has
nice suede lining and super bold labeling.
Has a couple of small scuffs in the pocket. Ken came up with
the Yankees in 1959 and was one of the Angels best players during
their 1961 expansion season. A very rare glove. Ex/Mt $45
31. Billy Martin, Nokona
G38. A nice full size high quality glove. Nice even use. The
leather remains soft, smooth and pliable inside and out. The
glove is comfortable on the hand with light chafing to the inside
lining. The only writing is light ink marks on the back of the
thumb and the only signifigant flaw is the cloth
label has a hole. The fingers have been relaced. Has a light
but easily readable facsimile signature.
RHT Ex/Mt $50
32. Joe Rudi, Rawlings KM6.
A large glove in outstanding condition. Shows almost no use.
The leather is soft and supple. The inside lining is flawless
and feels great on the hand. The only flaw is a missing cloth
label. A great glove to use. Circa the mid 1970's. Rudi played
with the Kansas City and Oakland A's from 1967-76 winning 3 World
Champioships, 3 Gold Gloves and was a 3 time All-Star. He had
sevveral fine seasons with the Angels as well. RHT Ex/Mt+
33. Jackie Brandt,
JC Higgins 1637. Nice quality full glove. Has very smooth inside lining. Only flaw of note
is a name on the back of the thumb. Has nice leather piping.
Brandt hit .298 as a rookie for the New York Giants in 1956.
He won a Gold Glove for the San Francisco Giants in 1959 and
was an All-Star with Baltimore in 1961. RHT Ex/Mt $40
34. Ed Miksis, Kennedy 556S.
Ed Miksis gloves are incredibly rare and the Kennedy brand (which
evolved from Ken-Wel) is not common either. This is a high quality
mid to full size glove with smooth leather inside
and out. Has a nice facsimile signature.
The only flaw of note is very light silver paint overspray on
2 fingers (barely visible). Miksis played with the Brooklyn Dodgers
and Chicago Cubs during the 1940's-50's. No writing. RHT Ex/Mt
35. Ray Culp, MacGregor G122.
Ray was an excellent pitcher with the Phillies and Red Sox during
the 1960's and 70's. He was an All-Star in 1963 and 1969. This
glove is circa 1964 and is in very nice condition with soft and
supple leather, super smooth vinyl lining
and no writing. Adolescent sized but comfortably fits the adult
hand. RHT Ex/Mt+ $35
36. Joe Morgan, Stall &
Dean 349. This is the first known glove found for former Red
Sox manager Joe Morgan, who was originally signed by the Boston
Braves in 1952 and played with the Milwaukee Braves, St. Louis
Cardinals, Kansas City A's, Philadelphia Phillies and Cleveland
Indians from 1959-64. Morgan did play for the World Champion
1964 Cardinals but his greatest baseball accomplishment was guiding
the Red Sox to 2 first place finishes as manager in 1988 and
1990. This full size glove is in outstanding condition with nice labeling, no writing, very supple
leather, superb rolled leather piping and has light
lining wear. RHT Ex/Mt+ $55
37. Ted Williams, Sears
1644. Nice quality mid to full size glove circa the mid 1960's.
Has smooth inside lining. The only
flaws of note are writing and ink marks on the back. Has
a nice gold endorsement. The fingers and the top of the web
have been relaced. Import. RHT Ex+ $35
38. 1950's Fielder's Glove,
Rawlings G250. A nice mid size glove circa the late 1950's. Has
nice suede lining and no writing. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt
39. Bill Virdon. Hollander
1180. The glove is in terrific condition except for a light name
written on the front of the thumb and blacked out names on the
back of the thumb and pinky finger. Nice full size glove with
all rolled leather piping. Super soft, supple leather. Has a
nice labeling, a nice cloth label
and ultra smooth inside lining.
Virdon was the NL Rookie of the Year with the Cardinals in 1956
and had many fine seasons as a player and manager with the Pirates.
Import. Ex+ $30
40. 1950's Rawlings Softball Glove,
Rawlings DW15. Near mint 1950's softball glove. Superb suede
lining. No writing. A beauty. RHT Nr/Mt+ $40
41. 1950's Softball Glove,
Wilson A9810. Very nice condition with ultra soft leather and
super smooth lining. A beauty. RHT
Autographed Fielders Gloves,
many in stock, lots of great players and a few uncommon ones
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1940's-70's Fielders Gloves for Left Hand Throwers
1. Ernie Banks, Sonnett
30007. Very nice glove with ultra smooth inside lining and bold labeling. No writing. Nice patina.
LHT Ex/Mt $40
2. Billy Hunter, Nokona
G53. One of Nokona's higher end gloves circa 1956-57. Excellent
condition. Comfortable on the hand with light
lining wear. Light but readable labeling.
Light writing on the back of the small finger. Hunter was an
All-Star in 1953 with the St. Louis Browns and played on the
1955 & 56 New York Yankees. LHT Ex/Mt $40
3. Mickey Mantle, Rawlings
MM. Stunning top of the line glove circa the mid 1950's. All original with super soft, supple,
smooth and pliable leather throughout.
Superb rolled leather piping. Has a very nice cloth
label. Superb original lacing.
The labeling in the pocket light
but easily readable. The inside lining
has light wear and is very comfortable on the hand. Has the original
snugger strap. No writing whatsoever. Superb condition. Ex/Mt+
4. Al Dark, Spalding
1136. Nice quality mid size glove circa the late 1950's. Has
a beautiful cloth label, no writing and ultra smooth
lining. Has nice labeling.
Very nice condition. LHT Ex/Mt+ $35
5. Harvey Kuenn, Wilson
A2026. Nice high quality mid size glove with rolled leather piping.
The inside lining has wear but
no holes or tears. Fits comfortably on a medium adult hand. Circa
1960's. Nice condition. Ex/Mt $35
6. Wally Post, Rawlings
RJ20. A superb mid size glove with outstanding leather inside
and out. Has great labeling. Has a light set of initials on the
back of the small finger. LHT Ex/Mt $35
7. Cesar Cedeno, Rawlings
XFG12. Very nice full size pro quality glove. An extra large
outfielder's glove. Cesar was arguably the best player in the
game for several years during the early to mid 1970's. A five
tool player, Cesar batted .310 in 1970 (at age 19), .320 in 1972,
.320 in 1973. He had 50 stolen bases 7 straight seasons, won
5 Gold Gloves and hit 200 home runs during his career. This glove
has light wear on the inside lining
but is still very comfortable on the hand. The glove is extremely
soft and pliable. LHT Ex/Mt $40
8. Joe Morgan, MacGregor
G11T. Spectacular adolescent size glove. Unused condition.. A
medium size adult hand will fit but made for 11-14 year old.
Has flawless lining. super bold labeling, no writing and is
super pliable. Import. LHT Mint $35
9. Whitey Ford, Spalding
42-242. The inside lining has light
chafing and the glove is comfortable on the hand .Has light names
written on the back of the thumb and wrist strap. Ford pitched
with the Yankees from 1950-67 winning 236 games and pitching
in an unequaled 11 World Series. Nice
labeling. This glove is very snug on the adult hand and was
likely made to fit an 11-13 year old. Nice condition. LHT Ex+
10. 1950's Fielder's Glove,
Franklin..A nice mid sized glove the mid 1950's. The only writing
is a name on the side of the thumb. The inside
lining has a small hole and is intact otherwise. The medium
sized adult hand does fit. LHT Ex+ $25
11. 1960's Fielder's Glove,
Sears..A mid sized glove the early 1960's. The cloth label is
well worn. The inside lining is comfortable on the hand. The
medium sized adult hand does fit. LHT Ex+ $15
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