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Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 8th, 2019, 12:17 pm
by mikesglove
A 1920's sewn web Rawlings model B425 glove sold for $400. Nice looking black leather model. This one didn't last long on ebay.
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A rare George Reach "Rainey Trap" glove sold for $150. Here's another that was gone in a heartbeat.
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 10th, 2019, 2:37 am
by mikesglove
A full web white buckskin Goldsmith glove sold for $465. Looks to be well made and in nice shape.
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A Wards Marathom "Carl Hubbell" glove with picture box sold for $650. Glove looks to be near mint. The box has killer graphics.
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 10th, 2019, 2:37 pm
by mikesglove
A trifecta of rarities at bargain basement prices!
A 1950's Benlee brand two finger glove sold for $32. Benlee was mainly known for their boxing gloves.This one features a one piece pocket/web. It's a cool looking glove and super rare. A little tidying up and it's a $125 glove all day long!
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A rare 1920's Alex Taylor Brand catchers mitt sold for $25. It was made by Stall & Dean and was one of their top line mitts. A perfect candidate for spiffing up! The black leather with white leather piping should clean up nicely. A $175 mitt all day long!
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A 1940's J.C. Higgins "Augie Galan" glove sold for $21. A super clean glove in great shape. It features the rare double laced fingers. A little TLC and its a $125 glove all day long!
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 11th, 2019, 2:00 pm
by mikesglove
One more nice one from the bargain bin.
A Marathon base mitt sold for $20. Although a lower end model, this one is in great condition and really stylish with the maroon piping, tan and contrasting dark leathers. It may have been made by Dubow given the diamond stitching on the wrist strap. I particularly like the sewn on glove to the back panel.
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 13th, 2019, 12:26 pm
by mikesglove
A couple of Doak gloves destined to go up on JD's gallery as top contenders.

A 1920's Rawlings "Bill Doak" glove sold for a BIN of $300. Collectors gotta love the BIN's from the uninformed. The markings are a little obscured but this one is in fantastic original condition. I'm sure those markings can be teased out with a bunch of Q-tips and a little care. Don't mess with the patches, they're perfect.
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A 1940's Rawlings "Bill Doak" model H glove sold for $722. A beautiful looking glove with a nice box to boot. This one was bidded up high. As JD has stated, The complete package is the ultimate for a collector. Those patches shine like light house beacons.
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 14th, 2019, 4:30 pm
by mikesglove
An early three finger Stall & Dean glove sold for $60. A little beat up but pretty rare.
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A 1959 Wilson A2000 Shooting Star glove sold for $255.
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 15th, 2019, 11:54 am
by mikesglove
A Sears/Higgins "Travis Jackson" glove and box sold for $280.
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 15th, 2019, 3:52 pm
by vintagebrett
Thanks for the posts Mike. If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t see most of the gloves that sold unless I did a completed search.

Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 15th, 2019, 4:50 pm
by ebbets55
Agreed Brett. Thank you Mike. I updated the galleries with all these pics.

JD

Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 16th, 2019, 12:54 pm
by mikesglove
Thanks guys!!
I guess this is the month for nice Rawlings gloves/mitts. Robbie must be ecstatic. I heard he was changing his handle to "draperandmaynardrawlingstoo"
This circa 1938-40 Rawlings basemitt sold for $60. It's a model FB142. It looks to be in good shape. I like the full perimeter lacing. This one displays all the whistles and bells of the oven mitt style right before the advent of the trapper
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Re: Best of July 2019

PostPosted: July 17th, 2019, 3:24 pm
by mikesglove
A teens-twenties Spalding sewn web glove sold for $502. A midline model in great shape with nice black leather.
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From the same seller, a teens-twenties Spalding base mitt sold for $92. This is a top of the line model ABX with a buckle web and fastback feature. The front is stamped "Stick on the Hand" below the Spading logo. I figured this one would go much higher so never paid attention to the auction. Pretty much a bargain.
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