Check out some recent Dodger related collectibles found on eBay recently.
The image on this vintage 1973 7-11 Slurpee cup looks nothing like Roy Campanella. I see no resemblance. Nevertheless, cups like this one with the picture still in nice condition are hard to come by. Usually general use and washing tends to cause fading.
UPI captured Jay Johnstone donning a scary Halloween mask shortly after the Dodgers won the second game of the 1981 World Series.
Here is a UPI press photo dated March 4, 1965 of Maury Wills making a feet-first slide. It's amazing how much air he gets.
Here is something I've never seen before. Below is a 1987 Coca-Cola advertising store display featuring Fernando Valenzuela. It is large, measuring 15" by 6". Obviously, the campaign was geared towards the Spanish community. On an aside, when I first saw the picture below I initially thought Ferdie was standing next to Keith Hernandez.
Wow! This 1939 Dodger media guide is very rare. It is highly sought after primarily because it prominently features the 1939 Baseball Centennial logo on the front. In fact, just about anything with that logo will garner big prices.