Best of January 2014

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Best of January 2014

Postby mikesglove » January 7th, 2014, 9:56 pm

Someone got a good deal on this Spalding/Reach full web glove for $25 on ebay.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby mikesglove » January 9th, 2014, 12:19 am

Glove above is back on ebay, this time with way better pictures. It has a Reach cloth patch. It will probably do better than $25 this time around.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby vintagebrett » January 10th, 2014, 10:17 am

This high quality D&M mitt sold for $213.71
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby theglovester » January 15th, 2014, 4:15 pm

There are some nice ones getting ready to end on ebay, about 5-6 on the ol want list... and I'm as poor as a church mouse :cry: , fun to watch though. To who ever got the victor with the adjustable web lacing, hope it turns out good for you, making a list and added that model to it...

stay warm and good luck glovin!! Drokester
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby mikesglove » January 16th, 2014, 2:19 pm

Goldsmith "Big Leaguer" model sold for $610. Inner lining is mostly gone. The glove has seen a lot of use. Surprising the finger webs are still intact. The black and gold patch is not often seen. A different design than the "Heine Groh" version and has an earlier look to it with a true full web and high placement of the finger webs. May be a pretty rare glove.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby mikesglove » January 18th, 2014, 1:45 pm

1950's MacGregor "Richie Ashburn" model GB23 glove sold for $84. Glove is in super condition and features the "Spider Web".
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1950's MacGregor Goldsmith "Ralph Kiner" model glove sold for $155. Glove is a little soiled but in great shape and features the "No-Rip" thumb design in addition to the cool looking "Snare" webbing.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby theglovester » January 19th, 2014, 11:06 pm

Ok get to postn those seriously cool gloves, Wow!!! hope they turn out well for the winners... big night for some serious leather!! Congrats winners!!!
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby mikesglove » January 20th, 2014, 3:41 am

two nice ones from an estate sale. First is a TOC crescent pad base mitt with solid web. The crescent is fully formed and the back is really stylish. The mitt may have originally been a light grey color and is high quality. It sold for $770
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The second is an early Spalding full web model. Again a high quality example in good shape with a nice patch. It sold for $440
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A 1930's Reach "Mickey Cochrane" catchers mitt sold for $249. Highly sought after and a super looking example.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby vintagebrett » January 20th, 2014, 7:52 am

Strong prices for some nice gloves - good to see.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby mikesglove » January 20th, 2014, 10:03 pm

A stellar D&M "Lew Fonseca" model 670 base mitt sold for $150. Top of the line and rare buckle web model from the 1930's. Markings are very bold on the front and the cloth patch is the late style and intact. Just a great mitt!
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A 1930's Spalding "Big League" model glove sold for $440. Highly sought three finger model in good overall condition.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby theglovester » January 23rd, 2014, 9:49 pm

Holy Cow!!! Did you guys see the lefty Doak with the three patches!!! One a TENNESSEE TAG!! Should be the biggest seller of the year right there!! Only one thing keeping me from bidding..........
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby murphusa » January 27th, 2014, 2:21 pm

Sold for 1,026.99
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby vintagebrett » January 27th, 2014, 6:43 pm

That Spalding three finger was a beauty - strong price too!

Here's an interesting glove that sold for $82. Don't see the button enclosure too often. Didn't look like a high quality glove but still cool/different.
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby mikesglove » January 28th, 2014, 12:48 pm

A 1950's Wilson "Early Wynn" personal model 2054 glove sold for $206. Rarely seen in this near mint condition. For modern era glove collectors, it doesn't get any better. It was Wilson's best glove in 1957 at $30
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Re: Best of January 2014

Postby theglovester » January 30th, 2014, 9:36 pm

Hope picture posted, if not it is ebay 191042045542 nabbed this cool reversed buckle back, rolled piping, wool padded wrist pad, and turned out soft inside and out.. and in true Drokester fashion, it is a Hickie model!!! Who is Burton Hickies??? Anyway it is one heck of a nice glove, got a bunch of cleaning to do to make out the maker, but dang, fits in my collection, and thanks to Eric for the help. Eric's got some dandy gloves and a great guy.

Below zero here last night, 50 tomorrow... yep will be sicker then a dog..

P.S. If you ask your wife if you can drop some serious change on a glove in the woods, and she doesn't hear you, does that mean YES???

Be good guys n stay warm, DrokesterImage
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