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Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 5th, 2018, 8:56 pm
by mikesglove
Always nice to start the month with a rare one.
A 1920's Reach "double face" sewn web glove sold for $350. The glove is not as flashy as the "tornado palm" model but both were Reach's top two gloves in the mid '20's. This one has some wear to the front/back, inner thumb seam and metal grommets. Despite that, I bet it was gone in a heartbeat.

Re: Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 7th, 2018, 1:43 pm
by mikesglove
A Stall & Dean "Tris Speaker" "Speed" model glove sold for $620. It's a lower line glove with palm only liner. It is in good shape with a nice cloth patch.

Re: Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 9th, 2018, 1:23 pm
by mikesglove
A rare 1960's top of the line Rawlings model XPGP glove sold for $149. It features the "Dual Action Step Down Palm". It has been well used and might be what kept the price down.

Re: Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 9th, 2018, 2:02 pm
by GloveCrazy
Nice gloves, all three. I probably should have gone higher on the Speaker as I collect different models of him and have the original hang tag. I'm open to trading the tag in the right deal to the winner of the glove.

Re: Best of March 2018 Speaker glove

PostPosted: March 19th, 2018, 3:53 pm
by 34tigers
Rob, I tried to email u thru the site not sure if you received it. I won the Speaker glove; email me please

Re: Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 21st, 2018, 1:42 pm
by mikesglove
A 1950's "Mickey Mantle" model MM5 glove sold for $350. It's a mid-line glove but dead mint.

Re: Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 23rd, 2018, 2:15 pm
by mikesglove
A really nice Alex Taylor base mitt sold for $125. It is endorsed and could be a number of players: Terry, Grimes, Bissonnette among others.
Mitt was made by WIlson. I almost pulled the trigger on this one. Maybe Jared got it. I like the glove thumb and wrist strap design.

One of my favorites, the Geo. Reach brand "Bruce Campbell" model. Great color combo and the softest leather. It sold for $103.

A rare Ratsch Peerless catchers mitt sold for an undisclosed amount off ebay. Cool wrist strap and nice cloth patch.

Re: Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 27th, 2018, 11:40 am
by mikesglove
A 1950's J.C. Higgins "Jackie Robinson" model glove sold for $1600. Looks to have been made by Wilson. It's a midline model but very rare.

A 1920's sewn web Alex Taylor brand glove sold for $523. No visible markings on the face but looks to be a high quality glove in nice overall shape .

A 1920's Rawlings glove sold for $170. no visible markings on the face, otherwise in great shape.

Re: Best of March 2018

PostPosted: March 29th, 2018, 11:52 am
by mikesglove
A sewn web Stall & Dean glove sold for $122. Just posting it for the cloth patch. Not many out there with the Gryphon logo.

A pretty nice Reach buckle back/web base mitt sold for $153. No markings I can see on the face but the back looks great.