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Framed 20×24 photo of Johnny Bench Catching. Signed. COA and signing photo included.
|Dimensions||20 × 24 × 3 in|
I’ll Drive You Fly – 11×14 Lithograph0 out of 5
This collectible archival photo-lithograph entitled “I’ll Drive, You Fly” taken August 19, 1924 captures the first and only man to ever actually drive a golf ball from the top of a plane’s wing. Comes matted and framed.
Lithograph – 11×14 Babe Ruth – King of Baseball0 out of 5
This collectible archival photo-lithograph entitled “King of Baseball” taken on October 13, 1921 at the Yankee Clubhouse. The crown has the inscription of “King Ruth’ an stands more than one foot in height and is studded with a row of 49 engraved minature baseballs. Facsimile Signature. Comes matted and framed.
Mousepad – Yankee Stadium0 out of 5
The photo on this non-skid mouse pad entitled “Yankee Stadium” was taken on opening day April 19, 1923. Size 7 1/4″ x 8.
Mousepad – Keep Your Head Still0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Keep Your Head Still” taken in the 193-‘s captures Jack Redmond, World Champion trick golfer, driving a golf ball from this fearless girlfriend’s head, atop the Whitehall building in New York City. Size 7 1/4″ x 8.
Mousepad – Iwo Jima0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Iwo Jima” was taken February 23, 1945 captures American soliders raising the American Flag on Mount Suribachi, after the battle at Iwo Jima in which American troops suffered 20,000 casualties. Size 7 1/4″ x 8″
Amelia Earhart with Reproduction Check – Framed0 out of 5
This framed archival photograph is entitled “Amelia Earhart.” Born July 24, 1897, Earhart disappeared July 2, 1937. She was an American aviation pioneer and author.Earhart was first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Also featured, is a reproduction of a personal check signed by Amelia Earhart. Size 16×20
Mousepad – Follow That Banana0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Follow That Banana” taken February 8, 1953 in Pinehurst, North Carolina captures Mickey, the spirited monkey, as he guides his mount, Rex, around the turf. Size 7 1/4″ x 8″
Mousepad – Play Golf Free0 out of 5
This photo non-skid mouse pad entitled “Play Golf Free” taken on October 3, 1930 captures clients of tailor, Harris Berger of Queens, New York, enjoying a round of putt-putt, while their suits are pressed. Size 7 1/4″ x 8″
Lithograph – 11×14 Follow That Banana0 out of 5
This collectible photo-lithograph entitled “Follow That Banana” taken February 8, 1953 in Pinehurst, North Carolina captures Mickey, the spirited monkey, as he guides his mount, Rex, around the turf. Comes matted and framed.
Roberto Clemente With Reproduction Check0 out of 5
This framed archival fuji crystal photograph entitled “Roberto Clemente.” This piece of artwork includes a reproduction of a personal check signed by Roberto Clemente. Size 16×20