Attention rabid Philly phans: wielded at “The Vet” and The Spectrum, (7) game-used souvenirs headline this lot of equipment and autographed keepsakes. Includes: (2) Game Used Bats: Rich Allen 1977 Hillerich & Bradsby “P89” model; Mike Schmidt 1971-1979 Adirondack “246A” model; (5) Game-Used Hockey Sticks: Barber (1973-1984); Clarke (1970-1984); Dailey (1977-1982); Holmgren (1976-1984); Jarvis (1976-1988); (11) Autographed Baseballs: with Ba. Bonds and Ryan.
Rich Allen 1977 Hillerich & Bradsby (36.2-oz/36”) “P89” signature model. The uncracked weapon was turned for Allen during his final big league season with the Oakland A’s and shows minimal use with bat-rack streaks and a few surface marks on the barrel.
Mike Schmidt Adirondack (24.6-oz/35”) “246A” signature model lumber turned during the 1971-1979 labeling period. The bat exhibits heavy use with surface marks and finish loss throughout, as well as checking about the hitting surface and a lengthy handle crack.
GAME-USED HOCKEY STICKS
Bill Barber 1972/73-1983/84 “Koho 221” left-handed stick. Outstanding use is evident with multiple tape layers lining the butt, shaft and blade.
Bobby Clarke 1969/70-1983/84 Sher-Wood “P.M.P. 5030” left-handed stick with the Hall of Fame centre’s number “16” inscribed on the upper portion of the shaft. Moderate use is evident with vintage tape layers on the butt and blade.
Bob Dailey 1976/77-1981/82 “Jofa 9009” right-handed stick with the defenceman’s number “2” written on the shaft in black marker. Heavy use is evident with vintage tape layers lining the blade and butt.
Paul Holmgren 1975/76-1983/84 Victoriaville “Pro Vic 1000” right-handed stick with the right winger’s number “17” written on the shaft in vintage black marker. Heavy use is evident with tape on the blade and butt, as well as paint loss on portions of the shaft.
Pat Jarvis 1975/76-1987/88 “Koho 221” left-handed stick with the centre’s number “21” inscribed on the shaft in blue marker. Heavy use is evident with tape layers ion the blade and butt, as well as a crack on the shaft.
There are (11) single or multi-signed orbs, some of which show use. These all come with an Auction LOA from JSA. Keys include:
Barry Bonds an off-white OML ball (grade “8”) signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“7” strength).
Jay Johnstone a lightly toned OAL MacPhail ball (grade “6”) signed and personalized on a side panel (“7-8” strength).
Greg Luzinski a lightly toned unofficial ball signed on a side panel in blue ballpoint (“8-9” strength).
Nolan Ryan a near-white OAL Brown ball (grade “8”) signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint (“9” strength) with a limited edition notation of “665/1999.” The ball also has a “Cooperstown” postmark and postage stamp.
Additionally, there are (6) 1970s game or practice used hockey pucks.