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A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A SENSATIONAL COLLECTION OF NEW YORK YANKEES MEMORABILIA
The are far too many items to individually list in this ad, however I do have a detailed list so please email for it.
Here are the highlights of the collection:
A COMPLETE set of official and Jay publishing company from 1950-2011. This consists of 128 different yearbooks and includes EVERY variation—every revised, re-revised, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, etc. edition that were ever published for every year.
*A complete set from 1955 (their first) through 2006.
*Virtually every post season media guide from 1977-2005
*Several different world series media guides
WORLD SERIES PROGRAMS:
A complete set of home and away (where applicable) from every world series the Yankees were in from 1950-2003
Almost every home and away (where applicable) program from every ALDS and ALCS from 1976 to 2006 plus a program from the 1978 Yankees/Red Sox one game playoff
Virtually every autographed item I have I got signed myself in person at games and card shows.
Team signed official AL baseballs, most with 30+ signatures each: 1978, 1981. 1983. 1984. 1985, 1986, 1987
Individual signed baseballs: 25 different including: Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Catfish Hunter, Billy Martin, Reggie Jackson, Yogi Berra, Phil Rizzuto, Don Mattingly, Dave Winfield, Whitey Ford, Don Larsen, Bobby Murcer, Rickey Henderson, etc.
Signed photos: Over 80 different including: Mickey Mantle, Joe DiMaggio, Roger Maris, Catfish Hunter, Reggie Jackson, Billy Martin, Don Mattingly, Red Ruffing, Phil Rizzuto, Don Larsen, Elston Howard, Whitey Ford, Waite Hoyt, Bill Dickey, Lefty Gomez, Frank Crossetti, Yogi Berra, Rickey Henderson, etc., etc.
Signed baseball cards: 120 different cards of 61 different players including: Yogi Berra, Billy Martin, Ralph Houk, Ron Guidry, Goose Gossage, Dave Winfield, Sparky Lyle, Lou Piniella, Red Ruffing, etc.
Other signed items: Numerous player postcards and covers of programs
REGULAR SEASON HOME PROGRAMS:
Almost 100 different and includes 1946 and at least one home program from every year 1950-1996. Also includes Thurman Munson’s first game program, various special programs.
REGULAR SEASON AWAY PROGRAMS
Over 40 different mostly from the 1970’s-1990’s.
178 different player biographies and team histories, etc. Most are hardcover and most are first editions from 1928 to early 2000's. Includes 17 different on Babe Ruth, 19 on Mickey Mantle, etc.
Over 60 different including many world series pennants from the 1950’s to 2003 and two pre 1950’s Yankees logo pennants.
LAPEL PINS AND BUTTONS
About 170 different including world series and special lapel pins, dozens of player photo buttons from the 1970’s and a few buttons from the 1950’s and 1960’s.
A complete set of one card each from every player to appear on a card as a Yankee from 1948 into the late 1990’s and more. This is over 840 different players and includes dozens of very rare regional issues, team issues, promos etc. where that was the only card the player was on as a Yankee. Also some older regional team sets.
OFFICIAL YANKEES MAGAZINE:
A complete set from Volume 1 #1 (1980) through 2007.
OTHER MAGAZINES, ETC:
1980’s “Pinstriper” magazine, 1980’s NY Sports magazines, variuous 1970’s & 1980’s Yankees Organizational Record Books, dozens of other magazines
Over 200 home and away game tickets from the 1970’s-1990’s
1957 Joe Dimaggio salesman’s sample calendar, bumper stickers, calendars, team issued photos, rare wire photos, team photos, display items, record albums, team issued photo albums, videos, key rings, newspaper clippings, old bobble head, postcards, Yankees Clinic Day postcards, cups, playing cards, etc., etc.
The shipping and insurance on all this will obviously be quite expensive(I put a general figure in the ad since it is required by to put something)and will vary depending on your location. In fact what I've listed is probably low. This collection would need to be shipped in probably 15-20 boxes because of the size/weight restrictions on packages. And if fully insured it would be much more. Plus, if you live in the U.S. you would probably be looking at a huge duty/taxes charge at your customs.
All this means it would be much cheaper, simpler and easier to come and pick much of it up and ship some of it or pick all of it up.