Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Huggins & Scott Auctions: Koufax's Last Pitched Game Stub and Other Dodgers' Vintage Memorabilia

With the season is full bloom, you should expect to see the Baseball auction market heating up.  Over the next several months there are some incredible collections that will see the light of day for the first time, and I am very excited about it.  I'll have more on that later on.

For today, I wanted to focus on a Maryland auctioneer Huggins & Scott and a couple of great Dodgers related collectibles. 

First up (which by the way is very timely) is a 1966 World Series ticket stub from Game 2.  Unfortunately, the Dodgers would get sweeped by the Orioles.  Nevertheless, this game is very notable.  Sandy Koufax happened to pitch in the game, and it was the very last appearance he made on the mound in his career.  Soon afterwards he would announce his retirement.
(Auction Link)

You gotta love a giant lot of Dodgers memorabilia items.  Right here is a 15 item lot of Dodgers vintage goodness.  Heck, there's even some vintage Opening Day items, as well.  Check out the auction here.
No “Bums” in this group of (15) vintage 1960s LA Dodgers memorabilia items featuring a collection of (3) 1962 Opening Day souvenirs plus yearbooks, World Series programs, stubs, pins, pennants and sundries. The (3) 1962 items are a handsome full size pennant, a high grade 3-1/2” pin and ticket stub (G, creased). Additional highlights are: 1968 Yearbook signed (“9”) by Drysdale with PSA/DNA COA; 1963 Yankees vs. Dodgers WS program from Yankee Stadium; 1963 WS Game 3 stub graded (VG-EX) by PSA; 1965 WS Dodger Stadium Press Pass. 
(Auction Link)

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