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 "How much is my autographed baseball?   Baseball Glove Dating Guide
How much is an Autographed Baseball? The most common question asked by people searching for information on baseball memorabilia. "How much is my autographed baseball?" Along with other signed items there are too many factors involved to simply answer this question with a price.....Read More (Revised)
 
Baseball glove dating Guide  Baseball gloves and mitts can be dated by the manufacturer, model number, and the style of the web. Web styles may have continued to be made years after they were introduced  but in general the web can be dated to a specific era. This guide will help you identify the era.
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Official Baseball Dating Guide  Official National League & American League Baseball Dating Guide. Spalding manufactured National League Baseballs, and Reach manufactured American League Baseballs, for about 100 years until Rawlings took over in 1977. Rawlings has been been making major league baseballs ever since. Rawlings first started to make World Series baseballs in 1978 that features The World Series logo.
 
Grandstand Ticket Stub Dating Guide  This guide is designed to help you identify undated Yankee ticket stubs but the method can be used to help identify ticket stubs for other teams. Using ticket & tax prices, the name of the printing company, team logo, game number, team presidents, series letter ticket color, and ticket design these tickets can be narrowed down to a specific year. 

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Mickey Mantle's Country Cookin' Pot Holder Mickey Mantle's Country Cookin' Pot Holder
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 	1946 Rittgers Batter Catcher Baseball Figurine set 1946 Rittgers Batter Catcher Baseball Figurine set
2005 SCD Hartland Collectibles "The Umpire" and "The Coach" Statues 2005 SCD Hartland Collectibles "The Umpire" and "The Coach" Statues
SCD Hartland Collectibles "The Vendor" Statue SCD Hartland Collectibles "The Vendor" Statue
2001 Hartland Collectibles "The Confrontation" Manager-Umpire Statue 2001 Hartland Collectibles "The Confrontation" Manager-Umpire Statues
2001 Hartland Collectibles Limited Bronze Statues 2001 Hartland Collectibles Limited Bronze Statues
 	SCD - Hartland Collectibles LLC. Remastered Classic 18 Statues SCD - Hartland Collectibles LLC. Remastered Classic 18 Statues
1943 "You're Gonna Win That Ball Game - Uncle Sam !" Sheet Music 1943 "You're Gonna Win That Ball Game - Uncle Sam !" Sheet Music
1962 Spalding Advisory Staff Baseball Equipment Dealer Promotion Display Cards 1962 Spalding Advisory Staff Baseball Equipment Dealer Promotion Display Cards
 	1949 Pee Wee Reese and Jackie Robinson "Slugger At The Bat" Columbia 78 RPM Records 1949 Pee Wee Reese and Jackie Robinson "Slugger At The Bat" Columbia 78 RPM Records
Phil Foster "Lets Keep The Dodgers In Brooklyn" 45 RPM Record Phil Foster "Lets Keep The Dodgers In Brooklyn" 45 RPM Record

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The Hartland Hex: The Rocky Road of The Iconic
Hartland Statues
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   Founded in 1941, Hartland Plastics was the first company to manufacture licensed sports figures, setting a trend that remains the cornerstone of sports figurine collecting as we know it today. In 1963 Hartland was purchased by
Revlon, and stopped making the figures to make cosmetic perfume cases and containers. In the years to come a soap-opera like aura surrounded the chain of ownership until 2014 when Hartland hung the latest for sale sign....  Read More

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Louisville Slugger Knob Markings and Model Numbers Newsletter
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In 1943 Louisville Slugger began stamping model numbers into the knobs on professional model bats. The system was based on the first letter of the player's last name, and the number players that had a model
named for him. Autograph model retail bats were supplied in assorted lengths and inch marks were stamped into the knob to indicate the size of the bat. Read More...

 
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