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Babe Ruth baseball and important collection of baseball cards to feature at Kaminski Auctions
A 1939 Babe Ruth signed baseball, an official American League ball and an exciting collection of 305 tobacco/cigarette baseball cards including T206 , Sweet Corpora, Tolstoi, El Principe De Gales, Piedmont, Caramels and Ranely T204’s is on offer at Kaminski Auctions November 25th,Thanksgiving Auction, 10:00ET at their auction gallery 117 Elliot Street, Beverly, Massachusetts.
BEVERLY, MASS.- Kaminski Auctions announces their Annual Thanksgiving Auction, a holiday tradition and their largest sale of the year to be held Saturday and Sunday, November 24th, and 25th starting at 10AM ET, at their auction gallery at 117 Elliot Street, Beverly, Massachusetts. Day two of the sale highlights Americana, and an important collection of baseball cards and memorabilia, and a single owner collection of folk art from Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

Top lot of the sale is a 1939 Babe Ruth signed baseball, an official American League ball, awarded to James Wenman, of the Brunswick School, Greenwich CT. The baseball was awarded for the highest fielding average, by Brewster King, coach of the Brunswick School baseball team. This ball has never been used and is valued at $40,000-$60,000.

There is also an exciting collection of 305 tobacco/cigarette baseball cards including T206 , Sweet Corpora, Tolstoi, El Principe De Gales, Piedmont, Caramels and Ranely T204’s is on offer. Players include Ty Cobb, Cy Young, Tinker, Evers, Chance 'Chief' Bender, John McGraw, Christy Mathewson, Cicotte, Bradley Barbeau, and many others. The cards are all in fair to excellent condition, and are a wonderful historical collection that will be sold intact. They are estimated at $10,000-$15,000.

Finally, a lot of two souvenir Red Soxprograms, to include: "Season 1913 World's Champion Red Sox", and "Boston Red Sox, American League 1946 Champions" are estimated at $3000-$5000.

Preview hours are Monday and Tuesday, November 19th and 20th 10AM - 5PM; Wednesday, November 21st 10AM - 1PM; Thursday, November 22nd 4PM - 8PM; Friday, November 23rd 10AM - 8PM and sale days beginning at 8AM at 117 Elliot Street, Beverly, Massachusetts.





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