1915 "PHILLIES CHAMPIONS N.L." RIBBON W/MANAGER PAT MORAN REAL PHOTO BUTTON & 3-D BASEBALL.
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Wednesday, September 23, 2020 9:00:00 PM (20 Minute Clock Begins At Wednesday, September 23, 2020 9:00:00 PM)
First example Hake's has offered, 1.25" real photo button with Shaw, Phila. back paper, a 2.5" ribbon in city of Philadelphia colors held by the spring pin, and a wire loop holding 1.25" fully dimensional ball ( with very hard interior) covered in faux leather with red cord stitching. One of the earliest known items to include a three -dimensional accent attachment. This 1915 Philadelphia Phillies ball club would win the National League pennant with a regular season record of 90-62 under manager, Pat Moran. The Philies pitching staff was led by National Baseball Hall of Famers Grover Cleveland Alexander, winner of 31 ball games that season with a 1.22 ERA & 241 K's and Eppa Rixey, while the glue of the ball club on a day-to-day basis was HOF shortstop, Dave Bancroft. Philadelphia would go on to lose the 1915 World Series to the Boston Red Sox in five games. Moran's face on the button has three near microscopic pinpoint dots and an under 1/16" curved black hairline under his eye. These defects are barely seen on an otherwise super clean and glossy crisp photo. Ribbon exhibits light tan age marks on the lower half. Overall Fine. Paul Muchinsky Collection Book Example.
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