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Split Finger Gloves

1. Babe Ruth, Spalding 259. Fantastic condition. Measures 9 1/2 x 10. Comfortably fits my medium size hand. Superb leather inside and out. Has bold labeling. The inside lining is smooth with very light wear on the heel. Tough to find a nicer 1930's Ruth glove. No writing. RHT Ex/Mt+ $1895

2. 1910's-20's Reach Fielder's Glove, Reach. Has incredibly soft and supple leather. Has very soft and smooth inside lining. A fairly flat glove with thin padding. Measures 9 x 9 1/2 inches. Fits amply on my medium size hand. The labeling is light but readable. Has a nice Reach button. No writing. Superb. RHT Ex/Mt $295

3. Bob Sturgeon, Draper & Maynard DG28. A large, very high quality glove in outstanding condition. Has fantastic leather, bold labeling and flawless inside lining. Sturgeon played with the Cubs during the 1940's. RHT Ex+ $150

4. Buddy Kerr, MacGregor Goldsmith DW. Has incredibly soft and supple leather. This is a large high quality glove circa 1946-47. My medium size adult hand swims inside this glove. Has super smooth inside lining. Has a great cloth label. Has nice labeling. No writing. Kerr was an excellent shortstop with the New York Giants and Boston Braves from 1943-51. Outstanding condition. LHT Ex/Mt+ $95

5. Chet Laabs, Denkert P6097. An almost near mint glove with the only significant flaw being staining on the inside lining from the wrist strap piping. Has a great gold color. Has nice silver labeling. No writing. Laabs played with the Tigers and Browns during the 1930's-40's. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $75

6. 1940's Nokona U.S. Navy Fielder's Glove, Nokona. Has U.S.N. 8-45 stamped onto the wrist strap signifying manufacture for the U.S. Navy during WW2. Apparently this glove was re-lined and re-piped by Nokona (a service they still perform for $220) resulting in a glove that is extremely pliable and still playable. Light labeling. Terrific overall condition. RHT Ex+ $150

7. Bud Hafey, Great Western. Has a very unique design with 4 grommeted lacing holes on each fingers and the thumb. Wes Ferrell used a similar glove in 1936 which is likely when this glove was made. The "Hafey" part of the signature is fairly bold, however the remainder of the labeling is too faint to make out. In researching Chick Hafey gloves I found out this is a Bud Hafey glove (Chick's cousin). The outer leather is smooth and pliable. The inside lining has a big hole up towards the fingers. The front has a narrow stain beneath the facsimile signature. A unique glove in very presentable condition. RHT Ex+ $95

8. 1920's-30's Spalding Fielder's Glove, Spalding. A uniquely designed glove in that the back of each finger is constructed from 3 individual pieces of leather. One of those finger seams has a small split. The inside lining has a hole near the thumb slot. Has a nice cloth label. Likely circa the late 1920's. No writing. Excellent condition. RHT Ex+ $85

9. Mint 1930's Youth Fielder's Glove, Winfield F17 Al Kammer model. A mint unused 1930's youth size glove. Measures 6 1/2 x 8 inches. Smells like a new glove. Has bold labeling. No writing. Original lacing. Mint condition. RHT $75

10. 1940's Wilson U.S. Army Fielder's Glove, Wilson 615X. Has Special Services U.S. Army stamped into the pocket signifying manufacture for the U.S. Army during WW2. The thumb seam needs to be re-stitched and lacing holes were added to the back of the fingers (lace was removed). Has light labeling. The wrist strap has a soldier's name written. I can make out CPL and Frank, so he was a corporal. Has a great locomotive button. A pro quality glove with soft and flexible leather. RHT G/Vg $65

11. Stan Musial, MW Sporting Goods 60-4236. A large high quality glove with rolled leather piping. The inside lining has moderate wear with no holes. The leather is somewhat stiff but has a nice antique patina. Has nice labeling. Stan Musial is the greatest Cardinal of all time and perhaps the greatest right handed hitter of all time. No writing. Excellent overall condition. RHT Vg/Ex+ $75

12. Pete Reiser, Rex 259. Super rare brand. I've never seen a Rex glove. This is a large high quality glove with all rolled leather piping. The inside lining has wear with a hole inside the pinky finger slot. Has an easily readable Pete Reiser endorsement. Reiser was a huge star in Brooklyn before and after WW2 however injuries kept him from the Hall of Fame. Nice leather. Nice overall condition. RHT Ex+ $75

13. Joe Medwick, MW Sporting Goods 4213. A youth size glove with soft and pliable leather and super smooth inside lining. Has writing on the front heel and wrist strap. Light labeling. The glove has been re-laced. Excellent condition. RHT Ex+ $35

14. Wally "Biff" Berger, Denkert G69. Wally Berger was a great player for the Braves, Giants and Reds during the 1930's. He hit 38 home runs his rookie year in 1930 and for the next 10 seasons he was one of the best player in the National League. This is a 1930's buckle back model. The leather is somewhat dry but remains very pliable. The inside lining has wear but no holes. The labeling is light. Excellent overall condition. RHT Ex+ $65

15. 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+ $55

16. Bill Rigney, Draper & Maynard DG918. Has very soft and supple leather. The inside lining has light wear with a hole up inside the pinky finger slot and is very comfortable on my medium size hand. Has a nice Bill Rigney facsimile signature on the pinky finger. Has a "Lucky Dog" wrist strap button. Bill was Buddy Kerr's double play partner from 1946-49 and played 8 seasons with the Giants. No writing. Nice condition. RHT Ex/Mt $55

17. Barney McCosky, Marathon 4215. A large high quality glove with rolled leather piping. The inside lining is smooth. Has a nice Barney McCosky facsimile signature. Has some fairly minor staining on the front. The wrist strap button hole has wear and the button has been replaced. Barney was a star with the Detroit Tigers and Philadelphia A's until an injury during spring training in 1949 prematurely ended his career. From 1939-48 he compiled batting averages of .311, .340, .324, .293, 318, .328 & .326. He missed 3 full seasons to military service during WW2. No writing. Nice overall condition. RHT Vg/Ex+ $55

18. 1930's Fielder's Glove, JC Higgins 16/16. An adolescent sized glove that fits my medium size hand. Measures 8 x 9 inches. The inside lining has light wear and is comfortable on the hand. Has a name written on the wrist strap and the wrist strap button has been replaced. Has nice labeling. The web has been re-laced. Nice condition. RHT Ex+ $40

19. 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

20. 1920's Fielder's Glove, Standard 0178. Has light labeling. Has a name written on the wrist strap. The inside lining has lots of wear with a couple of tears. The web has been re-laced. Rustic but presentable condition. RHT Vg $35

21. Pinky Higgins, Spalding 198. A very nice glove. Has all rolled leather piping. Not large however it comfortably fits my medium size hand. Has nice labeling. The inside lining has light wear. No writing. Pinky was an outstanding 3rd baseman with the A's, Red Sox and Tigers. He played from 1930-46, missing a season and a half to military service during WW2. Very nice condition. RHT Ex+ $85 sold

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Catcher's Mitts

1. 1910's Catcher's Mitt, Spalding OK. An oversized 1910's high quality mitt with all rolled leather piping. Has the double buckle (wrist strap and web). Measures 10 1/2 x 11 inches. Has smooth inside lining. The leather has a nice antique patina. Has light labeling. Has a nice cloth label. Very nice overall condition. RHT Ex+ $175

2. 1910's-20's Catcher's Mitt, Unknown manufacturer. A nice quality mitt with rolled leather piping. Measures 10 x 10 1/2 inches. Plenty large but I need to unbuckle the wrist strap to get my hand inside. The inside lining is smooth. Has a nice buckle back wrist strap. The only visible labeling is the vertical Patent Pending stamping which I've only seen on Reach mitts. One of the grommeted web lacing tabs has become partially unstitched. No writing. Excellent overall condition. RHT Ex+ $145

3. 1930's Catcher's Mitt, Wilson Luke Sewell model. Has extremely soft and supple leather inside and out. A large pro quality mitt with rolled leather piping. The inside lining has light wear but no holes. Has very light labeling. No writing. Very nice condition. RHT Ex+ $75

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 $45

5. 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

6. Clay Dalrymple, Spalding 42-751. A very nice 1960's mitt. Has smooth inside lining and a nice facsimile signature. Has a light name written on back and the cloth label has some wear. Dalrymple played with the Phillies and Orioles from 1960-71. Ex/Mt $40

7. 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. Johnny Neun, Wilson. Wilson's very top of the line basemitt circa 1932. This mitt is in very nice condition with ultra soft and pliable leather. The inside lining is smooth with a hole up inside the thumb slot. The labeling is light. "It's a Wilson" is stamped on the back of the thumb. No writing. Has a great buckle back wrist strap. Terrific overall condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $125

2. 1910's Spalding Basemitt, Spalding DX. A very nice circa early 1910's basemitt with very soft and pliable leather. Has bold labeling. Has double patent dates of 1891 and 1910 stamped in pocket. The inside lining has wear but no holes. Measures 8 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches. To get my hand in the mitt I have to unbuckle the wrist strap. Has a nice cloth label. Has a period sewn repair in the pocket, otherwise outstanding condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $150

3. 1910's Reach Basemitt, Reach R. A very nice circa 1910's basemitt with soft and pliable leather. The inside lining is smooth. Measures 8 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches. To get my hand in the mitt I have to loosen the wrist strap. Has a nice cloth label. Has large initials and an ink mark on back. The Reach "R" model was made from 1904 to 1921. Excellent condition. RHT Ex+ $95

4. 1940's U.S. Navy Basemitt, Rawlings B602X. Has U.S.N. stamped into the pocket signifying manufacture for the U.S. Navy during WW2. A great high quality basemitt with smooth leather, smooth inside lining, bold labeling. Has very nice rolled leather piping. The lacing is all original. Has a small paint spot near the wrist strap. The leather piping on the bottom of the wrist strap is worn. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt $125

5. 1940's U.S. Army Basemitt, Wilson 555-GN. Has U.S.A. stamped into the pocket signifying manufacture for the U.S. Army during WW2. A large pro quality basemitt with smooth outer leather and smooth inside lining. The lacing is all original. Has light spots on back of thumb. Has a name written on the back of the thumb. The Wilson 555 was their top of the line basemitt during WW2. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt $125

6. 1920's Youth Basemitt, Unknown manufacturer. A very nice circa 1920's mitt with soft and pliable leather and canvas. Has a name on the wrist strap. Superb condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $65

7. 1920's-30's Salesmen's Sample Basemitt, Wilson. Gem mint condition. Measures 5 x 5 1/2 inches. Brilliant labeling. The lacing is original except the wrist strap has been re-laced. RHT Mint $125

8. Johnny Mize, Unknown manufacturer. Nice circa 1940's mitt. Has very soft and pliable leather. Has a fairly bold facsimile signature. Has all rolled leather piping. The inside lining has light wear and is very comfortable on the hand. The web has been re-laced. Excellent condition. RHT Ex+ $45

9. 1940's Wilson Basemitt, Wilson 548. This mitt was made from 1946-48 and is one of Wilson's higher end mitts. Has incredibly soft, smooth and supple leather (like butter). Fantastic inside lining. Has a sheepskin fleece lined wrist strap. Has great rolled leather piping. Has an extremely light name on back. Superb condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $65

10. 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+ $45

11. 1940's Basemitt, Benlee 331. A high quality 1940's mitt with all rolled leather piping. Has extremely soft and supple leather. Has smooth lining. Has a small scuff in the leather on the front. Outstanding condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $45

12. 1940's-50's Basemitt, Wilson A2680. A very nice circa early 1950's mitt with very soft and pliable leather. The inside lining has wear but no holes. Has a name written on the back of the thumb. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $45

13. Frank McCormick, Unknown manufacturer. A high quality circa early 1940's mitt with extremely pliable leather. Has an easily readable facsimile signature. The inside lining in in poor condition, the outer leather is excellent. McCormick played from 1934-48. He had a 10 year span where he batted over .300 6 times, made 8 All-Star teams and led the league in hits 3 times. He was the 1940 NL MVP for the World Champion Cincinnati Reds. RHT Vg+ $40

14. 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

15. 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

16. George Scott, Wilson A2847. Has smooth inside lining. The leather is a bit stiff. Has light writing on the back. Has an unknown autograph on the back. Scott played with the Red Sox and Brewers from 1966-79. He won 8 Gold Gloves and slugged 271 home runs. Import. LHT Vg/Ex+ $25

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1940's-1970's Fielders Gloves

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1. Ted Williams, Wilson A2005. Along with the A2000, this was one of Wilson's very top of the line gloves circa the late 1950's. Has nice rolled leather piping. Has nice labeling. Has smooth inside lining and is very comfortable on the hand. The cloth label is worn but intact. Has Kulas written on the back of the pinky finger. The fingers have been re-laced. Very nice condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $125

2. 1940's Two Finger Fielder's Glove, Wilson 638. Has soft and pliable leather. Has smooth inside lining and is very comfortable on the hand. Has light labeling and a nice button. Very nice condition. RHT Ex/Mt $65

3. 1960's-70's Pro Model Fielder's Glove, Wilson A2004 "Shooting Star" model. Excellent condition with soft and pliable leather throughout. The inside lining has fairly light wear and is very comfortable on the adult hand. Has nice labeling. Has a name on the back of the thumb. Has a small seam separation between the first and second finger. Very nice condition. RHT Ex/Mt $95

4. Gene Woodling, Rawlings GW. One of Rawlings highest quality gloves circa the mid 1950's. Has readable labeling, The inside lining is super smooth. The cloth label has writing on it. The lacing appears to be all original. The glove is a bit stiff, otherwise terrific overall condition. RHT Ex/Mt $75

5. Mickey Mantle, Revelation GC1308. A circa mid 1950's glove. Has soft and pliable leather. Has smooth inside lining and despite it's smaller size it fits very comfortably on my medium size hand. Has staining on the back of the thumb and light abrasions on the back. Has a nice facsimile signature. Has a nice brass spiral button. Nice overall condition. RHT Ex/Mt $65

6. Joe Cunningham, Wilson RJ60. A high quality Trap-Eze style glove circa the mid 1960's. The leather is soft and pliable however there are a couple of areas where the leather has light surface cracking, mainly on the side of the thumb and the back of the wrist strap (still soft and pliable). Has all rolled leather piping. Nice labeling. Has smooth inside lining and is very comfortable on the hand. Has a name written on the back of the thumb. RHT Ex+ $50

7. Ted Williams, Sears 16179. Has soft and pliable leather. Has nice suede inside lining. My medium size hand fits but would be too small for a large hand. Has very light staining on the back. Has a nice cloth label. Has nice gold labeling. Very nice condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $40

8. Billy Martin, Wilson A2204. A high quality circa mid 1950's glove. Has soft and pliable leather. Has all leather piping. Has smooth inside lining and is very comfortable on the hand. The cloth label is worn but intact. Has Ted written on the wrist strap. Very nice condition. RHT Ex/Mt+ $65

9. Ted Williams, Wilson A2171. A circa mid 1950's adolescent size glove. Has very soft and flexible leather. Has a nice facsimile signature on the pinky finger. Has smooth inside lining and fits my medium size hand. Has writing on the wrist strap area and has a few small spots on the back. RHT Ex+ $40

10. Jackie Jensen, MacGregor MJJ. A high quality mid size glove circa the late 1950's. Has all rolled leather piping. Has nice labeling and a great cloth label. Has smooth inside lining. Jensen was a superstar caliber player for the Red Sox during the 1950's but retired when the American League expanded to the West Coast in 1961 due to his fear of flying. No writing. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt $45

11. 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

12. Robin Roberts, MacGregor G110. "Personal Model". Circa 1955. This was MacGregor's top of the line glove in 1955 and became the "GCR" model in 1956 which was also their most expensive glove. This glove inside lining has a seam separation up inside the thumb slot and is otherwise smooth. Has a light facsimile signature. Has nice rolled leather piping. Has a very nice cloth label and incised button. The top of the "Spider Web" has wear. The outer leather could use conditioning. The fingers have been re-laced. No writing. Roberts pitched from 1948-66 and won 286 games. RHT Vg/Ex $50

13. Gil McDougald, MacGregor G44. A nice quality glove circa the late 1950's. Has supple leather with very nice rolled leather piping. Has bold labeling. Has smooth inside lining. Feels great on the hand. Has light writing on the back of the thumb. McDougald is one of the greatest Yankees second basemen of all time. He was the 1951 Rookie of the Year and in the next 10 years played in 8 World Series and was a 6 time All-Star. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt $45

14. Jim Finigan, Wilson A2111. A nice adolescent size glove circa 1957. The inside lining has light wear and fits comfortably on my medium size hand. Has light labeling. No writing. Finigan was an All-Star in 1954 and 1955 with the Philadelphia and Kansas City A's. RHT Ex+ $30

15. Maury Wills, Spalding 42-337. A nice quality glove in excellent condition. Has smooth and pliable leather with excellent inside lining. Has nice rolled leather piping. Has bold labeling. Has light writing on the back of the fingers. Wills filled the gap that Jackie Robinson left when he retired. Although Maury had no power, he was a hall of fame talent for the Dodgers from 1959 throughout the Dodgers run of 4 World Series appearances in 8 years. Import. RHT Ex/Mt $40

16. 1960's MacGregor Fielder's Glove, MacGregor GF20. The GF20 was one of MacGregor's highest quality gloves throughout the 1960's. However, inexplicaby this glove was made with vinyl piping. This a a large well made glove with smooth inside lining. The top of the web has been re-laced. Has a perfect cloth label. No writing. Excellent condition. RHT Ex/Mt $35

17. 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

18. Billy Goodman, Franklin F109. A nice youth size glove. Has nice inside lining. Goodman played from 1947-62, mostly with the Red Sox and finished his 16 year career with a .300 batting average. Has a name on the wrist strap. RHT Ex+ $25

19. Ray Crone, Spalding 1174. A nice quality mid-sized glove with smooth inside lining. Has light labeling. Crone had several fine seasons with the Milwaukee Braves during the mid 1950's. He also pitched with the inagural 1958 San Francisco Giants. RHT Ex+ $35

20. Bobby Knoop, Rawlings GJF1. A high quality glove circa the early 1970's. Has all rolled leather piping. The inside lining has wear but no holes. Has light labeling. Knoop played from 1964 to 1972. He was an All-Star and 3 time Gold Glove winner. Has light writing on the back of the pinky finger. The cloth label is missing. The top of the web has been re-laced. Import. RHT Vg $20

21. 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 sold

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22. Stan Musial, Rawlings SM6. One of Rawlings very top of the line gloves circa 1963. This glove is in amazing condition and could still be used today. Has all original lacing. The outer leather is outstanding. The inside lining has moderate wear and is comfortable on the adult hand. Has bold labeling. Correct hand lefty. Has a light name on the back of the web. Outstanding condition. LHT Ex/Mt+ $125

23. Fritz Peterson, Cambridge RM. A near mint high quality Japanese glove circa the 1960's. Has superb inside lining. Has a great facsimile signature and cloth label. Fritz pitched from 1966-76 for the Yankees and Indians and was one of the best starting pitchers in the league during that time. Not a small glove but fits tightly on my medium size hand. Superb condition. No writing. LHT Nr/Mt $75

24. Don Kessinger, Spalding 42-3226. A very nice quality red, white and blue glove circa 1976. Has incredibly soft and supple leather throughout. Has superb white rolled leather piping. The inside lining is super smooth and fits very comfortably on the medium size hand. Has silver labeling. Has neatly printed writing on the web and the back of the thumb. Has a small stain near the cloth label. Kessinger played with the Cubs from 1964 to 1975 then played with the Cards and White Sox for 5 more years. He was a 6 time All-Star and 2 time Gold Glove winner. Excellent condition. LHT Ex/Mt $45

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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+ $75

2. 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

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