Vintage Baseball Gloves & Mitts for Sale by Bruce Rodgers
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|Rawlings USA PRO-6HF
Signed Upper Deck Authenticated
Early career game model glove
|Back in the late
1990's UpperDeck Authentication (UDA) collaborated with
Rawlings to produce a run of autographed Alex Rodriguez Game
Model gloves, the venerable PRO-6HF (same glove as Cal Ripken
and others). This special edition was embroidered
along the thumb like ARod's gameday glove**, and ARod
autographed them, as witnessed by a UDA person. UDA then
affixed a numbered Hologram to the glove and to an
accompanying COA. When I tried to look up the hologram
on this glove online via the UD website, I found that this
glove - ca. 1999 - predates their 2002-present database.
So, I emailed UDA directly for confirmation, and they emailed
"Yes, according to our database, hologram BAE98426 does correspond to a Alex Rodriguez glove. Congratulations on that beautiful Authentic Upper Deck product."
Since then, many similar ARod signed gloves have
surfaced, but the vast majority of them are the more recent
black version that he now uses. Very few of the
early-career, original (awesome) Palamino tan UDA ARods are
available. Here's one with all the tags,
holograms, and COA you'll ever need.
But no matter; it's a USA PRO-6HF, one of the greatest and most famous glove designs in Rawlings history.
|Rawlings SH-PRO Heart of the Hide||Ken Boyer||Rare and desirable Ken Boyer SH-PRO HOH. Another great restoration job done by the Master that includes lacing, lining, binding, patch, pinky/thumb loops, etc. Very faint ink along pinky, barely noticeable. Great shape, still super strong HOH leather that's held up for 40 years and counting, The usual great feeling on the hand. This glove is essentially the same design as the famous XPGH. If your collection has an SH-PRO-shaped hole in it, here you go - and great one to fill it! (I'm only selling it because I have another one, in worse condition, but more sentimental... :-) Ex+.||
|Wilson A2000||Shooting Star||Early 1960's Shooting Star/"The A2000" model. Total restoration including lacing, lining, binding, etc. Minor ink on the back of one finger Great shape, great feeling on the hand, and a pretty desireable early "Shooter" infielder's glove. A rare Wilson restoration by Kenny. Ex.||
|Wilson A2000/1373||RARE USA PRO STOCK||A rare and desirable I-web design, this Pro Stock 1373 A2000 is really stunning. Beautiful soft and smooth leather in/out, super solid, and no signs of wear on the palm, feels outstanding on the hand. Original laces, great patches, great stampings, faded ink on the inside lining only. SUPERB example of the an A2000/1323 . Ex++.||
|Wilson A2040||Ted Williams Personal Model||Ah, the A2040. A great glove, top of the line, and always in demand. This particular one has smooth leather, inside and out, with a great patch, original laces, and a super strong stampings all around. Feels fantastic on the hand. Slight staining here and there, and a faint surface rough spot along the thumb, but not too bad. Overall a great glove. Every collection has gotta have an A2040 Teddy! Ex+||SOLD|
|Wilson A2010||Johnny Antonelli Personal Model||Late 1950s A2010 model, which really is pretty much identical to the A2000 that everyone wants from 1958. This has "Major League" along the thumb, original pinky/thumb loops, and good stampings throughout. Beautiful soft and smooth leather in/out, super solid, and despite a hint of surface wear on the palm, feels great on the hand. I had to relace this one, as the laces dried out before the glove did (Common problem). The good news is that you can play catch with this one, with NO FEAR of a lacing "blowout". GREAT example of the A2010. Ex++.||SOLD|
|Rawlings XPG20||Mickey Mantle||Here is a beauty of an example of the suddenly very in-demand XPG20 Mickey Mantle glove. This glove was produced in '62-'65 only, and was a mid-upper quality Mantle glove. This one is a beaut, with great smooth light palomino tan leather, inside and out. Super-strong stampings, original laces, and NO INK. The rolled leather binding is great, as is the Rawlings patch. Overall, outstanding. Check out recent completed ebay auction prices - and IMO the leather on this one is better. Ex+/NrMt||SOLD|
|Rawlings XPG26||Mickey Mantle||Here is a beauty of an example of the ubiquitous model XPG26 Rawlings glove, but the best endorsement - Mickey Mantle. This model was produced in the '60s, and remains today a favorite for catch, because it's a larger glove. Again, this was a mid-upper quality Mantle glove. This one is also a beaut, with great smooth light palomino tan leather, inside and out. Only 1 place where some smaller ink is found, but retains super-strong stampings, some replacement laces, still some shearling under the strap, and the rolled leather binding is great, as is the Rawlings patch. Overall, outstanding. Ex++.||SOLD
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|None||Back in the '80s, Spalding must have commissioned Nokona to rebadge their legendary and ever-popular BM-76 fielders glove as a RARE USA-made Spalding glove, part of their Top-Flite Eagle series of products. This RARE model TFK-100H (42-3015) is a dead ringer for the BM-76, and I even wonder if the "K" indicates Kangaroo leather, which Nokona used for several of their AMG series glove. This particular example is in outstanding condition, with leather that looks barely used. Small pen name on back of finger does not detract from this awesome glove. #3 written inside the lining, and this quality glove is of Pro Quality for sure. Ex+++||
|Wilson A2180||Don Johnson||
Another 1940s BEAUTY. Buttery soft, very smooth, puffy and very cool! High-quality leather binding model from the 40s. Great leather, nice and thick. Another GREAT glove. Slide the cool leather on your hand, and you'll fall for it. NrMt
|Mizuno MZP40||Jay Canizaro||GREAT example of a top-line small infielder's Mizuno glove. Their "Pro Limited 3D" leather is outstanding - very thick, yet still pliable. Signed/dated by Jay Canizaro '01, which would put it as being from his days with the Twins. Light use, and just broken in nicely. I do not have an LOA for this glove, but it was acquired from a well-known game-used glove collector. Sweet glove! GU/Signed/Ex+++||$250 (SOLD)
|Rawlings DE-1-P||Unknown||Who actually owned this glove is unknown
(and under the black out marker with "SANTANA" written over top).
But, what IS known - or at least 90% plausible - is that it was some Pro
player. Why? It's definitely a Pro-Stock glove (-P), and it
is broken in perfectly, in a way that only a hunk of thick HOH leather like
this could have been - from somebody throwing 80-90 mph at it, over and over.
This beauty of a mitt makes me wish I was a catcher. GU/Ex++
|Wilson A2000||Shooting Star||This great example of the legendary Wilson A2000, with the early "Shooting Star" stamping in the pocket. A super nice glove, top of the line, and always in demand. This particular one has soft leather, inside and out, original laces, and a strong endorsement stamping. If you're looking for a "Shooting Star", this might be the one for you. Ex++||$ 150 (SOLD)
|Rawlings||XPGP||None||Ex+||Yet another AWESOME top-line XPGP from the 1960s, in very nice shape, really solid, all ORIGINAL condition. Great surface leather (I havent' even tried conditioning it, but I might....), great lining, too. Small area of darkening on the wriststrap. Marker along the pinky, but it's a small drawback to this great example of one of the greatest gloves designs of all time (IMHO). Dual Step-Down Palm gloves are my favorite glove design of this era, hands down. (includes XPGP, TGP, TTP).||
|Wilson||A2000 - 1724||Jim Pankovits||GAME-USED, SIGNED||This is a great
glove. Yet another example of a top-line small
infielder's Wilson glove. Their venerable and legendary A2000 - 1734
ProStock that was was only available to MLB players at that time.
Great open-web design, fully broken in and very soft/pliable, yet in
Signed "Jim Pankovits" and "Game Used" as well as his number "20" and is accompanied by a letter from Jim himself attesting to the fact the he used this during his days with the Astros, 1984-1988
|Rawlings||PRO-SC47||Henry Mateo||GAME-USED, SIGNED||Another superb example of a
top-line small infielder's glove - by Rawlings. The leather is
outstanding - very thick, yet still pliable. This is one small
glove, and it's a beauty, and broken in PERFECTLY.
Embroidered with Henry Mateo's name, it comes from his days with the Toronto Blue Jays, and is accompanied by a LOA from Authentic Sports Investments, and comes on the original deliver bag, dated 11/03. I've included a couple of pics of Henry at work in Toronto (courtesy Getty Images www.gettyimages.com )
Henry was on a assignment with AAA Toledo last year and when he came to Rochester, I had him sign it! Check out the pic I took of Henry holding the freshly auto'd gamer!
|This is one well-used Wilson
And I believe it was used by the great Chili Davis, when he was a San Francisco Giants OF. It was a gift from Chili to a Supervisor at Candlestick Park back in the early 1980's I believe. The inscription reads:
"To Mr. Thomas, Best Always, And Thanks, Chili Davis"
It's very worn, broken in (where the fingers go) the way OF's do, shifting the fingers away from the Index Finger stall. As a result of tons of play, there is a 2" tear at the base of said Index Finger, as a result of no finger behind it.
I have intentionally not tried to restore/recondition this glove, preferring to leave it just as it was when presented by Chili.
As I say, I believe it was game-used by Davis, even tho it does not have a Pro-Stock number. Perhaps a backup glove. However, I don't have an LOA; I do have a letter or email around here that contains the description of how it was acquired - I'll be looking for it.
|Wilson||A2000-PS3||Bob Wickman (Rookie/Pre-rookie glove! - 1992)||GAME-USED, SIGNED||Another Very cool glove...
This is the Rookie/Pre-Rookie glove of Bob Wickman, former Yankees and Indians standout pitcher, reliever and currently #25 on the All-Time Saves list. In 2005 he had 45 saves, earning him the MLB Saves Champion award.
This great and historical glove originally comes from a charity auction by the Quad City river Bandits in 1993. According to the accompanying letter (from the President of the River Bandits), this particular glove appeared in the 12/17/93 issue of Sports Collectors Digest.
It's autographed "Bob Wickman #27", and check out the pics of the baseball cards of Bob's days with the AAA Columbus Clippers (1992 Set), then on to the Rookie year with with parent club Yankees - it's the exact same glove! Wow, it was brand new back in the AAA days. Now, it shows great game use, and is of course, perfectly broken in. You could play with it today.
In 1992, he was 12-5 with the Clippers, and also 6-1 with the Yankees. (and check out Bob's battery-mate at Columbus in 1992 - Bernie Williams!)
If you're a Yankees or Brewers or Indians or Braves fan - or just a fan of the Big Man - this glove is for you - and it's the only one like it.
|Rawlings||PRO-201BC||Dwight Gooden||RARE Game Issued, Embroidered||Yep, it's real.
This is a Made in U.S.A. Rawlings PRO-201BC glove, embroidered and for issue to Dwight Gooden during his later career days with the Yankees in the late '90s.
This glove was not used by Doc, nor has it been used in any games.
But, I've included a couple of photos from Doc's no-hitter year with the Yankees (1997), using a similar glove. (courtesy Getty Images www.gettyimages.com ).
Note that there is no "Gold Glove Series" stamp on the pinky or thumb, and no date code.
It's a RARE one, for sure.
(I do have a Doc Gooden game-used Mets hat that I will be listing - tons of use on that one!)
|Wilson||A2000 - ProStock 1787||Jason Bartlett||GAME-USED, SIGNED||Beautiful classic A2000
ProStock glove that is broken in perfectly by former Twins IF Jason
Bartlett. Great player, GREAT glove! Super
comfortable, especially in the thumb area - the "loop" is
actually an entire large piece of supersoft leather. And note the
padding on the inside wrist strap! This glove comes with a LOA
from Elite Sports Marketing.
Autographed and inscribed "Game Used 2007", this glove can clearly be seen in numerous shots from '07 at www.gettyimages.com - I've included one of them. I remember him well from his years here in Rochester for the Red Wings.
Jason now plays shortstop with the superhot Tampa Bay Rays - but I wish we still had him in the Twins organization.
|Rawlings||XPGP||None||Ex+||The AWESOME top-line XPGP from the 1960s, in very nice shape, really solid, all ORIGINAL except relacing, cleaned reshaped - very stout. Some faint marker on the back. Dual Step-Down Palm gloves are my favorite glove design of this era, hands down. (includes XPGP, TGP, TTP).||$425 SOLD|
|Rochester Athletic Goods||?||?||Vg||This ca. 1910s FULL-WEB white glove has a very cool vibe. Any stampings are long gone, but under a jeweler's loupe, the tag reads "Rochester Athletic Goods" or something. SUPER soft, has been relined by the Glove Doctor years ago. What you can't see well in the pics is that there is a small hole (looks punched) through the inside edge of the index finger, and a split at the top of the same finger. BUT - neither of which affect the look at all, and it really feels GREAT on the hand, and looks very cool - take it to the ball game for some fun conversation!||SOLD|
|Ex+||This great example of the
legendary Rawlings HH glove is in great original shape, and I
haven't even cleaned it up! A super nice glove, top of the line, and always in demand. This particular one
has soft and thick leather, inside and out, with a great patch, original laces,
and a strong endorsement stamping. Slight rub/scuff on model
number, and some lace repair, but overall a GREAT glove. Same
model as Mantle used.
Grab it before I clean it up and decide to keep it! ;-)
|Rawlings||XFCB30||Brooks Robinson||NearMint||Like Bill Doak and Elmer Riddle
gloves, there are about a million Brooks Robinson XFCB17 and XFCB30 gloves
around. Why? Because they were SO popular, and it's easy
to see why: nice thick leather, mid-size design, and the
ever-popular HOF Brooks as endorser. Everybody wanted to get their
own BR glove, and pretend to "own" the Hot
Of all the many BR gloves I've seen over the years, I keep only those of best quality or condition. Condition rules on this beauty, as the pics show. I doubt it's been used but a few times, then tossed into a drawer for the next 30 years. It still needs to be broken in!
|Rawlings||XPG3||Herb Score||Ex+||Rare 1-yr only Herb Score endorsement on this XPG3 with the desirable Lazy-S palm and solid web. Complete restoration on this (lining, binding, patch, lace, pinky/thumb loops, reshape, etc) and all the new leather makes is smell great too. Typical incredible "new" feel on the hand can' t be beat. Formal samped last name on thumb (mostly removed), same faded stamped name near Snugger area. But still! Tough glove, ready for some vintage catch!||SOLD|
|Spalding||42-105||Rocky Colavito||RESTORED||AWEsome glove, and why not? It's a Rawlings TTP with a blue label! ;-) Very thick and stout. Some faint ink on the back, looks like autographs/sigs but I can't make them out. Fully restored by Kenny, this glove is SOLID. Oh, and very rare too. :-)|
|Rawlings||XPGP||None||Ex++ (Restored)||Just a great glove.
Completely restored with new lining, lacing, binding, patch, loops,
reshape - all the goodies. Just the faintest of an illegible name,
With all the new "construction" and leather, this feels (and smells) like a NEW glove, and you will probably have to break it in a bit. It's outstanding.
|Reach||Professional||None||Ex||Top of the Line 1" web glove from the late 1910s. Little use, THICK leather and super smooth lining, very faint silver in stamp, reads "Reach Professional", Reach logo, "Pat'd 1915". Has some age issues of cracking (esp. wrist strap) but overall a beauty. Feels great on the hand.||SOLD|
|Wilson||602||None||Ex+++||This is a BEAUTY. Very soft, verrry smooth, very puffy, very cool! Top-quality "Seamless Thumb" model from the 40s. Great lather, nice and thick, Another GREAT glove. You'll love it.||SOLD|
Let's face it, there are a million Elmer Riddle gloves out there. BUT, this is a BEAUTY. Very soft, verrry smooth, very puffy, very cool! Typical Goldsmith Riddle high-quality military issue, date stamped "U.S. 8-1945" - probably US Navy. Great lather, nice and thick, Another GREAT glove. Take it to the ball game!!!
There are also lots of Bill Doak gloves out there. BUT, this is a BEAUTY. Very thick leather, yet soft, verrry smooth lining, very cool! Awesome stampings with LOTS of Silver left, and a near perfect "Rawlings patch on the back. Great lather, nice and thick, another GREAT glove. Take it to the ball game!!!
|JC Higgins||1626||Harry "The Hat" Walker||Ex+||Very nice and soft Harry Walker glove. Smooth leather inside and out, wrinkly soft glove leather lining, weak but readable stampings. Some vintage names on the strap, but even so - it's another great glove to sit and pound on while watching the ALCS/ALDS or World Series! Another NICE glove.||SOLD|
|Spalding||1151||Warren Hacker||Ex+||Another awesome example of probably the best 50s Spalding glove made. No surprise, though - this glove was made by Wilson for Spalding. Top line quality large, thick leather glove. Weak stamping, but feels great on the hand. Take it to the ball game!||SOLD|
|Spalding||1151||Warren Hacker||Ex+||Great example of probably the best 50s Spalding glove made. No surprise, though - this glove was made by Wilson for Spalding. Top line quality large, thick leather glove. Weak stamping, but still feels nice on the hand despite a 2 holes in the lining (thumb/forefinger area). Take it to the ball game!||SOLD|
|J. C. Higgins||1668||Chas. Gehringer||Ex||Great little glove of "The Mechanical Man" of the Tigers infield. Except for the ball point pen (that will come off, I'm told), this glove is in great shape: smooth soft lining, smooth outside leather, and deeeep stamping.||SOLD|
|Nokona||??||??||Ex||What a hunk of leather this is! And a pocket so deep that the ball disappears! Most of the stamping can't be read (typical Nokona), but "U.S. Army" can be faintly seen. The wrist strap button missing long ago, but the "repair" works great, and complements the feel of this Great Nokona quality glove, with triple tunnel web - a great pounder. Take this one to the ball game!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG3||Warren Spahn||Restored||This is an another earlier version of the venerable
XPG3 from the 1960s. Large Solid Web, V-anchoring, Snugger
wrist, etc. Completely restored, great glove. (I have the
original web, which is still fine; Kenny just had an extra and
decided to put it in.)
|Wilson||602||None||Ex+||Very soft, verrry smooth, very puffy, very cool! Top-quality "Seamless Thumb" model from the 40s. Great lather, nice and thick, and with a faint AUTOGRAPH of Bob Feller. Another GREAT glove.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||EM||Eddie Mathews Heart of the Hide||Restored (partial)||This is a nice example of a later-model EM, with the hinged heel and HOH stamping. This one has been relaced, reshaped, and rebound, and a new patch added. The stampings are oh-so deeply burned in. The glove feels a little stiff, probably from lack of use. Cool glove.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG3||Warren Spahn||Restored||This is an earlier version of the venerable XPG3 from the 1960s. Completely restored, great glove.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2000 - 508||None||Ex+||This is a nice USA Shooting Star Wilson A2000 (true) pro-stock (#508) glove. A larger glove, like a pitcher's model, perhaps. Completely relaced and reconditioned by Mike @ Glove-Works, and a fine job Mike did! Inside and out, soft and smooth and strong. You could play catch with this one! Very slight surface stitching/welting separation over index finger.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2170||None||Ex||Classic 2-finger, but of better quality with ALL leather binding, etc. This one has an incredibly soft. buttery feel to it. The inside leather is especially soft and wrinkly.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||MMP||Mickey Mantle||Ex-||Called by some the "Holy Grail" of Mantle gloves, this MMP Mickey Mantle Personal Model is in decent shape with very soft and supple exterior leather, and good stampings. The lining has roughness and a hole up in one of the fingers, but it's a great and worthy candidate of a relace/clean by one of the repair experts like Kenny Jenkins or Mike @ Glove-Works.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||MM||Mickey Mantle||Vg||Again, called by some the "Holy Grail" of Mantle gloves, this MM is in restorable condition with very soft and supple leather, and readable stampings. Lacing needs to be redone, as does the binding and the patch. Still, a worthy candidate of a relace/clean by one of the repair experts like Kenny Jenkins or Mike @ Glove-Works.||SOLD|
|Spalding||1061||Sal Maglie Personal Model||Ex||Semi-tough endorsement of Sam "The Barber" Maglie, and even moreso as a Personal Model. Very soft and smooth exterior leather, with some alligatoring on the lining, but still feels ok. Faded bit of ink on the back of middle finger. Nice bowl shape, and nice stamping.||SOLD|
|Spalding||Dave Williams||Ex-||RARE Endorser, let alone a Personal Model, with the V-anchoring, etc. Generally intact all around, except for a rather worn patch on the strap. Some ink, but this one will clean up nicely.||SOLD|
|Nokona||J113||Gene Clough||Ex+||Great-looking "totally 50s" 3-finger Nokona with very nice deep orange leather, and still a bunch of silver in the stamping. The lining is a bit scratched/peeling in the palm/heel, which is odd because it doesn't look like it was used much. Very soft overall. Cooool glove.||SOLD|
|Wilson||Jim Busby||Ex-||Cool (odd) glove design with the notched heel - probably an early attempt to overcome the 50s donut heel. Has most of the cool Red White and Blue patch. Smooth insides, will look NICE cleaned up!||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2040||Ted Williams Personal Model||Ex++||Wow. This is a great glove, top of the line, and always in demand. This particular one has smoooth leather, inside and out, with a decent patch, original laces, and a strong endorsement stamping. Slight staining in the pocket, but not too bad. Overall a GREAT glove. Every collection has gotta have an A2040 Teddy!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||HSP||Herb Score Personal Model||Ex-||This is a decent example of arguably Rawlings' BEST glove in the 50s. Large glove, top-of-the-line, and feels good on the hand despite some checking in the lining. Relaced fingers, but needs a relace on the (stained) web. Overall an affordable example - leave your NrMt one at home, and play catch with this one!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG-6||Mickey Mantle Personal Model Heart of the Hide||Ex||Here is a pretty decent XPG6 Mickey Mantle HOH Personal Model. Overall, the outside leather is very soft and smooth, and the stamping is good. Original laces. You could leave it as is, or send it to Kenny Jenkins to make it REALLY a beauty.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||DCT (LHT)||Mickey Mantle Personal Model Heart of the Hide||Vg-||Well. This poor, abused, yet exceedingly rare Mantle DCT needs a good home. Not only has it been amateurly "relined" and "rebound" (yuck, I'm spoiled with Kenny's work), but it has been viciously relaced. If that weren't enough, it's a lefty. If you don't have a DCT Mantle HOH in your collection, here's a filler for you!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG3 Heart of the Hide||Warren Spahn||Ex||This is an earlier version of the XPG3 with Solid Web, V-Anchoring, Flex-O-Matic palm. Perfect candidate for a Kenny Jenkins restoration!||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2000||None||Ex+||Another nice USA Shooting Star Wilson A2000, but this one smaller, more like an infield glove. Again, completely relaced and reconditioned very nicely by Mike @ Glove-works. Pinkly loop is missing the tie strings, and there a bit of binding wear at the heel, but not very noticeable. Inside and out, this glove is smooth and soft and solid! Another great catch glove.||SOLD|
|MacGregor-Goldsmith||HC||Dixie Walker||Ex+||Super soft and smooth puffy splitfinger of this famous Cardinal (and Rochester Red Wing). Lining is beautiful, stampings are great, extra padding on this high-quality glove!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||LF||Lonny Frey||Ex||Top-line splitfinger from the 40s, with soft leather and a nice patch. Very weak stampings, and some checking to the lining, but still very soft. Name along thumb. Every collection's gotta have an LF!||SOLD|
|Wilson||615||None||Ex||The ubiquitous (and awesome) Wilson wartime-era glove. Nice feel to this one, and it will clean up beautifully.||SOLD|
|Hutch||40?||Harry Craft||Ex++||Wow - this one's a beauty. High quality Hutch with super-soft (all) leather, and a decent patch. Great glove.||SOLD|
|J. C. Higgins||1668||Chas. Gehringer||Ex||Great little glove of "The Mechanical Man" of the Tigers infield. Except for the ball point pen (that will come off, I'm told), this glove is in great shape: smooth soft lining, smooth outside leather, and deeeep stamping.||SOLD|
|GH||None||VG+||Nice example of a 20s/30s glove. very deep stampings, and would clean up nicely. Some surface cracking in the lining, and some ink on the outside. Palm lined model. Still, a decent affordable example that will clean up nicely.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||Doak||Bill Doak||Vg||This is an early (1922) "Bill Doak" glove with 3 (three) cloth labels: Rawlings, Bill Doak, and "Lowe & Campbell Sporting Goods" (above the opening on the back). This glove is pretty much intact, but is STIFF like 90% of the other early pattern Doaks.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG3||unendorsed (rare)||Restored||This is the venerable XPG3 from the mid-70s with the relatively tough non-endorsement. Completely restored, no ink.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG3||Brooks Robinson||Restored||This is an similar (yet endorsed) version of the venerable XPG3 from the 1960s. Completely restored, great glove.||SOLD|
|Wilson||1622||(NONE) "Professional"||Ex||This is a VERY cool 2-finger glove, with a potentially interesting history: That it might have belonged to the famous Charlie "Choo Choo" Justice, the football star from UNC. Take it to the ball game! For a 2-finger, this is broken in perfectly, and is ready for catch!. ALL leather, including binding.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2144||Harvey Kuenn||Vg+||High quality, very soft and supple, could use some conditioner. some fraying to the wrist binding. Rare Red White Blue patch.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG3 Heart of the Hide||Brooks Robinson||Ex||Nice condition, stamping light, but well broken in, ready for play or collect. Flex-O-Matic, Bas-ket Web, laced wriststrap.. Feels great on the hand!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG3 Heart of the Hide||Ken Boyer||Vg+||This is an earlier version of the XPG3 with Solid Web, V-Anchoring, Flex-O-Matic palm. Needs relacing, mainly but another perfect candidate for a Kenny Jenkins restoration!||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2034||Lefty Gomez||Ex+++||Fantastic example of probably the best 50s
Wilson glove made. Top line quality large, thick leather
glove. Good stamping, completely relaced, feels great on the
hand. Take it to the ball game!
|Chas. Gehringer||Vg-||This glove barely says Chas. Gehringer, BUT is has a very interesting back design (like WingTip fingers!) and web. Rough shape, but it's a Gehringer.||SOLD|
|Wilson||604||none||Vg+||Nice top-line Splitfinger Wilson, huge fat fingers, cool Seamless Thumb design. Very soft and quite smooth, great feel on hand. Tough model.||SOLD|
|Olympic||none||Vg||AUTOGRAPHED by Walter Cronkite! I have not COA, but it looks consistent with other Cronkite sigs I've seen. The glove is rough inside, but very soft and pliable outside. Great conversation piece. Guaranteed, YOU will be the only guy on your block with a Cronkite auto'd baseball glove. :-)||SOLD|
|Wilson||615||none||Ex+ (needs cleaning)||Great quality large U.S. military issue glove, H web. Cleaned up, it will be ORANGE.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||5BD||Bill Doak||Vg+||This is an early (1922) "Bill Doak" glove Model 5BD cloth labels: R This glove is pretty much intact, but is STIFF like 90% of the other early pattern Doaks.||SOLD|
|Lowe & Campbell||(I forgot!)||Vg-||Another example of the classic "oven mitt" 1B first base mitt from the 20s/30s. Neat looks that screams 20s, with thick leather outside, but pretty rough inside. Good wall-hanger or decorative piece conversation starter.||SOLD|
|Reach||2R||none||Vg+||Great example of the classic "oven mitt" 1B first base mitt from the 20s/30s. Fantastic looks that screams 20s, with soft leather outside, a little rough inside. Another great conversation piece for your office, study, etc....||SOLD|
|Wilson||605L||Top Notch||Ex++||Top-line huge pinky/thumb glove, triple-tunnel web, cool small Wilson patch. Reportedly the model used by Wilson endorsers.||SOLD|
|Wilson||605L||Top Notch||Ex+||Top-line huge pinky/thumb glove, triple-tunnel web, cool small Wilson patch. Reportedly the model used by Wilson endorsers. GREAT glove.||SOLD|
|Wilson||605L||Top Notch||Ex (needs cleaning, minor relacing)||Top-line huge pinky/thumb glove, triple-tunnel web, cool small Wilson patch. Reportedly the model used by Wilson endorsers. Needs some easy relacing.||SOLD|
|JC Higgins (Goldsmith)||Harry Walker||Ex-||Nice quality glove of the great Cardinal (and former AAA Rochester Red Wing) Harry "The Hat" Walker. This glove is dark and a little worn, but feels like BUTTER on the hand! Totally soft and smooth.||SOLD|
|JC Higgins||Harry "The Hat" Walker||ExNM||Stunning quality glove of the great Cardinal (and former AAA Rochester Red Wing) Harry "The Hat" Walker. This glove feels like BUTTER on the hand! Feels like new, but not stiff at all. Some silver in the sig.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2080||Andy Pafko||Ex||Wow, this is a cool glove. Don't know why I'm selling it. Great quality (like the 601) with dark brown leather and uber-cool outside seams. This glove feels great on the hand, and it super soft and pliable. You'll love it!||SOLD|
|Marathon||60-4236||Stan Musial||Ex+||IMO one of the coolest Musial gloves ever - the ubiquitous Marathon Musial splitfinger. This is a very soft and supple example that could be cleaned up to a pumpkin orange. Great glove!||SOLD|
|Gambles(?)||none||Vg+||Cool looking buckleback splitfinger. Classic look from the 30s, with the 2 tunnel web design. Lining is worn, but glove is very soft.||SOLD|
|Goldsmith||DW||Elmer Riddle||Ex- (needs cleaning, )||Top-line huge pinky/thumb glove, triple-tunnel web, cool small Wilson patch. Reportedly the model used by Wilson endorsers.||SOLD|
|wilson||601||none||EgEx||Top line Wilson glove with THICK leather and cooool outside seams. Stiff but very smooth. Interesting "seamless thumb" design. Cool shape.||SOLD|
|Ol' Reliable||3387G||none||Vg-||This is a cool glove with a GREAT brand name - sorta like a dog - or is that Ol' Yeller? Whatever, this is a neat loop-laced web. Lining worn, but great overall look. (Another sentimental one)||SOLD|
|Marathon||60-4215||Johnny Hopp||Ex+||Very nice example of the Marathon coolness in 40s gloves. Johnny Hopp played for the Cardinals, and before that, the AAA Rochester Red Wings. Nice leather, VERY soft and supple, with tons of silver left in the stamping.||SOLD|
|Marathon||60-4236||Stan Musial||Ex||Yep, it's another one. This
Musial has the earlier tunnel web design, and this one also has a HUGEly
thick donut heel. It's also very soft and supple example
that could be cleaned up nicely.
|Wilson||A2010||Johnny Antonelli||Ex-||This glove is a VERY similar pattern to the A2000s of the early 60s. Virtually identical with the x-laced web and "Major League" along the thumb. This one has leather that is worn, but it has very nicely relaced, and retains a nice overall shape. Great catch glove.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XFCB17||Tom Seaver||Ex||Another omnipresent glove from the 60s/70s that is great for catch. This one is intact and smooth and supple in/out. The outside leather is dry and needs some conditioner (everone has their own preference, so.... I left it). Great glove.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||HSP||Herb Score||Ex +||RARE early model (Custom Built, Stamping in pocket , not yet Heart of the Hide). Great glove, HTF in this shape.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||BD||Bob Dillinger||Ex+||Top-line glove, nice shape, well-formed, feels great on the hand. Readable stampings & original lacing. Nice!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||DS||Duke Snider||Ex-||Top quality glove that is very smooth, solid, and strong. Great leather underneath what needs to be cleaned. Stamping nice, nice patch.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2040||Ted Williams||Ex+++||Top-line Personal Model. Beautiful leather in and out,||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2040||Ted Williams||Ex++||Beautiful top-line Personal Model with great leather that's smooth and soft, great stampings, beautiful patch. Just an awesome glove. HTF in this shape.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2034||Lefty Gomez||Ex||Another top-line large glove, very popular even with pro players in the 50s. Cool glove.||SOLD|
|Denkert||GS2||Gino Cimoli||ExMt+||Very RARE and Beautiful blood-red glove that is sooo buttery soft and smooth. Check out that silver! Wow.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||EM||Eddie Mathews||Ex||Rare Heart of the Hide in the style of the "Personal Model". Very smooth and cool, soft leather.||SOLD|
|Spalding||42-103||Whitey Ford||Vg||RARE Personal Model TraPocket glove, HTF in any condition. This one has nice dark stamping, solid exterior leather. A decent example.||SOLD|
|=||Spalding||42-103||Whitey Ford||Ex||Another RARE Personal Model TraPocket glove, this one has nicer exterior leather that is lighter in color.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||HOH-250TM||None||Ex+||Rare Pro-stock target mitt from 1983. Super-smooth lining, and pocket leather, great stampings. Great glove!||SOLD|
|Rawlings||American Series XSG-4||None||ExMt||Beautiful charcoal black outfielder's glove with glaring silver stamping. Similar to Heart of the Hide Gold Glove model PRO-CFCB.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||EM||Eddie Mathews||Ex-||Great quality glove that is intact. Has been relaced in some spots, has wear to the binding, and is missing the patch, but still a very desirable glove.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2054||Early Wynn||Ex-||Very rare '50s Personal Model that was top-line in mid-50s. Leather smooth and intact albeit a bit dark. Stampings easy to read. Early Wynn's BEST model glove, very HTF in decent shape.||SOLD|
|Spalding||1101||Sam Mele||ExNm||Extremely rare top-line Spalding model Mele glove. Similar to Rawlings MC Mort Cooper glove (with Anchored Web and Snugger adjust strap). Super-soft like-new orangey leather||SOLD|
|Rawlings||JG||Johnny Groth||Ex-||Why can't I ever find these in beauty condition? I have about 5 of them, and this is probably the nicest.||SOLD|
|Spalding||1003 & 1004||Al Dark||Ex+||A pair of mirror twin gloves, almost in identical condition, too. 1950s era, Spalding's top-line glove, both in great shape.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||XPG26||Amos Otis||Ex++||The ubiquitous XPG26. This is a great overall glove for catch, either baseball or softball. Huge web. This one is in very nice shape||SOLD|
|Rawlings||PRO-H||None||Ex||Intact and soft/smooth large outfielder's glove. Rather heavy and dark, as if oiled or something.||SOLD|
|Reach||??||??||Vg+||This is a Reach glove with 1" web. It has some quality to it with its rolled binding and beauty Reach patch on the strap.||SOLD|
|Rawlings||Doak||Bill Doak||Vg||This is an early (1922) "Bill Doak" glove with 3 (three) cloth labels: Rawlings, Bill Doak, and "Leacock Sporting Goods" (above the opening on the back).||SOLD|
|Rawlings||5.0L||none||Ex-||This is a big ol' thumper of a catcher's mitt. Great glove with full-sized with smooth lining, cool early Rawlings patch and buckle-back.||SOLD|
|Wilson||614||Ted Williams||Vg+||This is a pretty rare model splitfinger TW glove. This one is of high quality and is very soft and supple, and the lining is smooth.||SOLD|
|Wilson||A2080||None||Vg||Super high-quality glove with interesting outside stitched seams, and probably the heaviest palm leather I've ever felt. Dark and rather stiff but ok.||SOLD|
|Spalding||10-0 (?)||None||Ex||Nice example of a thick, heavy buckleback CM from the 40s. Great pocket - verrry deep, and a great "thumper" glove. Lining feels great despite some minor cracking.||SOLD|
|Reach||?||?||Ex||Small size 1" web glove, full lining but only palm leather (remainder canvas!) Smooth surface leather, feels nice on the hand. Neat little glove.||SOLD|
|Spalding||42-371||Whitey Ford||ExNM||Great looking, great feeling Whitey For TraPocket with deep stampings and all original lacing.||SOLD|
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