Baltimore Orioles Memories-4 HOF autos, jersey, press pins, 70 WS ticket UNIQUE

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  • Item Category: Sports
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 19,2013
  • Channel: Online Auction

Through the almost 60 years since the Orioles came from St. Louis there have been a lot great moments and players. In this framed 30 x 24 shadow box there are many to look back on with fondness. The following pieces are all contained in this one display.

Orioles Replica 1966 Brooks Robinson #5 jersey signed by Brooks Starting Lineup figurine in his famous diving pose 1970 World Series Ticket (some discoloration on edges) Wheaties Box top of Jim Palmer and signed -in addition to the replica signature that came with the box. Frank Robinson team issued post card signed 1993 All-Star game ticket at Camden Yards 1971 World Series press pin 1984 Japan tour pin-includes some Japanese writing (very rare) The Ripken family baseball card signed by all 3 of them 1966 World Champions badge Earl Weaver HOF Day commemorative cache Opening Day at Camden Yards Upper Deck Insert Swinging Bird Orioles patch Matchbook with flags celebrating the '66 and '70 World Championships and '69 and '71 AL Champions Nike commemorative Ripken/Gehrig 2131 card Eddie Murray #33 pin 1970 AL Champs pin

All 17 pieces are under glass in this unique display of Oriole memories. You get the 4 HOF signatures (Palmer, Brooks, Frank, Cal), and pieces commemorating the other 2 HOF inductees of Weaver and Murray. There is also the 1970 World Series Ticket, 1971 World Series Press Pin and perhaps the most rare piece is the 1984 Japan Tour pin. The size of 30 x 24 does take up some wall space but it displays so well wherever you would choose to hang it. Keep in mind it will be a bit costly to ship it. If I find it significantly less than what I am charging I will be happy to reimburse you.

this comes from a smoke free and pet free home-

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