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  • whoisonit
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    1948 - the 'box' was a baseball for both watches
    babewatches1948.jpg

    babewatchclose.jpg

    babepocketwatch.jpg

    a Ruth radio - also from 1948
    baberadio1948.jpg

    late 1920's
    babesoap.jpg

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  • whoisonit
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    Bob Feller radio 1936
    bobfellerradio36.jpg

    in store display, in 3D
    dodgers.jpg

    1947 - in store display for black neighborhoods only
    jackierobinson47.jpg

    withdrawnbaseballmaury.gif

    splinterrootbeer.jpg

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  • whoisonit
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    mid-late 1960's Mantle endorsed the entire line of Fedtro electronic products.
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    Mickey Mantle & Roger Maris radio 1962
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    1960
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    Yoo Hoo was around since the 1920's. Berra became friends with the owner in the 50's and not only endorsed it himself, enlisted teamates throughout the years, mostly Mantle. Within a short period Yoo Hoo became a household name. Gotta love Skowron's trade ruining the ad.
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  • Iron Jaw
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    I remember when Jim Palmer and Earl Weaver did an underwear ad together. Palmer did a bunch of them, but one in particular was with his manager. I couldn't find a photo though.

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  • Iron Jaw
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    Nap Lajoie
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  • MattD1972
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    Originally posted by whoisonit View Post

    1935
    [ATTACH]36529[/ATTACH]
    Is it me, or does it look like Diz is flipping us off?

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  • MattD1972
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    Originally posted by whoisonit View Post

    1970's, except this one isn't approved by Major Leaguers like Pete's
    [ATTACH]36536[/ATTACH]
    I had a Thurman Munson one from the late 70's. The store that sold it kept thew Wiffle Balls with his picture in stock for 5-7 years after his death.

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  • whoisonit
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    Cap Anson, 1897 for keeping score at games
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    1910 - Sam Crawford
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    1910 -
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    1918 Cristy Mathewson baseball board game
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    Cap Anson, about 1900 - Ginger Beer. The story is this never made it to market. The original shipment was being stored in his basement and the freezing winter temperatures made almost every bottle explode.
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    Last edited by whoisonit; 02-27-2008, 05:58 AM.

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  • whoisonit
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    Reg-gie pushing a car parts manufacturer
    [ATTACH]36533[/ATTACH]

    1970's - think it developed any big leaguers ?
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    1960's, softball size is kind of big
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    1970's, except this one isn't approved by Major Leaguers like Pete's
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    Warren Spahn and what looks like the crapiest toy ever made 1950's
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  • whoisonit
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    Well, here's another boxed glove -
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    1935, uniform box -
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    and the "play suit"
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    store counter-top display, 1934
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    1935
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  • Brian McKenna
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    Great stuff - I never would have thought about a baseball glove coming in a box.

    Especially liked the tobacco box of the Louisville Cubs.

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  • whoisonit
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    Just Ruth

    1930's
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    1930's
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    the "King of Swat" uniform itself
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    the uniform company
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    1928 counter top display
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  • whoisonit
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    It Was Only A Matter Of Time Before Performance Enhancers Entered The Thread !

    Oh Mick, say it ain't so !

    "dextrose ... gives you the strength and power you need"
    Yum.

    I think Maris is suspect also. How else to explain 61 ?

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  • BSmile
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    Some Classic Comic's!

    Here's some classic comic advertisements (some easier to read than others). Gotta love the Camel comic with DiMaggio...nothing like advertising cigarettes to the kiddies! Not to mention he's wearing his earlier and lesser known #9
    Cheers! ~B

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  • whoisonit
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    different Cy Young cigar, from 1910 also

    young1910.jpg

    that's Cap Anson, (if you don't speak French), 1910
    capanson1910.jpg

    NL President Pulliam 1910, no joke -
    harrypulliamnlpres1910.jpg

    Negro League 1910 -
    negroleague1910.jpg

    later on in the 30's
    alsimmons1930.jpg

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