The movable feature of the road shown is definitely unusual. Jay in Wilcox Nebraska, soft corners. This black and white postcard set, the cards being called plaques as they feature the Hall of Fame plaque of the player, was addended to each year by new Hall of Fame inductees. Later Albertypes spelled out the state name. Signed in blue ink at bottom center. Comment on back mentions that the only time the gate is opened is when graduates pass through.
Please friend us or follow us on Facebook at Judnick Postcards. The second type, known as Type 2, was produced from 1946 through 1952. Postcard-style backs have a bit of player data and identification of the specific producer. Young compiled 511 wins, the most in Major League history and 94 ahead of Walter Johnson, who is second on the list. Two companies manufactured the cards for the Hall of Fame over that twenty-year span: Albertype 1944-1952 and Artvue 1953-1963.
. Sixty-two Albertype postcards are known and are listed in the checklist below. During his 21-year baseball career, Young pitched for five different teams and established numerous pitching records, some of which have stood for over a century. From 1953 - 1963, Artvue was the official producer of the Baseball Hall of Fame's postcards available for public sate. Even more Albertypes are filed. The first type, known as Type 1, was produced in 1944 and 1945. Voorhees, good edges, back paper yellowing evenly with age.
Offered here is a near-complete set of Albertype Type 2 cards, composed of fifty-eight of the sixty-three postcards in the set. In the first type of Albertype plaque postcards, issued 1944 - 45, the line of type beneath the plaque photo has an abbreviation for New York. Above 4 pages stay open as you browse other pages. Lang writes on back they were open by Memorial Day expecting a very busy summer. Reminders: All items are offered subject to prior sale. Postcard-style backs have a bit of player data and identification of the specific producer. Hall of Fame black-and-white postcards were only produced between the years 1944 and 1963, during which time a total of ninety-five different players were issued.
Young was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. Rare: when we searched the Internet we found no other offers, past or present, and no recorded sales. Card front pictures Cy Young's bronze museum plaque in bw. Resize them as you wish, put them on your taskbar, or place them anywhere you like on your screen! Plaque text summarizes career statistics and brief biography. The only difference between the two types is the the lettering along the front base. We reserve the right to correct typographical errors.
A more compact format has been adopted throughout. Seabreeze was a city independent of Daytona Beach from 1901 - 1925, and had its own postmark fairly clear on this item. Quantities available: one each unless stated otherwise. Unless noted, prices do not include postage or insurance. This black and white postcard set, the cards being called plaques as they feature the Hall of Fame plaque of the player, was addended to each year by new Hall of Fame inductees.
The set is sequenced in order of induction into the Hall of Fame. On Type 2 Artvue cards, issued 1956-63, there are baseball bolts In each corner of the plaque. The Albertype Company issued postcards of Hall of Fame inductees from 1936 through 1952. Another example, a light brighter colors but a few small spots of toning in the sky, minor wear at 2 corners, mailed there February 1923 better cancel, but receiving postal marking overlaps. Wanted to buy--Albertype postcards from Marthas Vineyard Massachusetts, or New Mexico, or Texas. On Type I Artvue cards, issued 1953 - 55, the bolt holes in the tour corners of the plaque are open.
Cherington in Westerville Ohio, soft corners, very light toning at the bottom of the address area. Mary was George Washington's mother. The actor was noted for his Shakespearean roles. Sixty-two Albertype postcards are known and are listed in the checklist below. Tubbs, hand-tinted and, hence, unique Albertype post card, good edges. This is a very attractive near-complete set of Albertype Hall of Fame Plaque Postcards Type 2.
Fronts have a white border. Waner, and 1864 Knickerbocker Nine for completion. Bucknell was the alma mater of the famous baseball pitcher. Missing only the five postcards first issued in 1951 Foxx and Ott and 1952 Heilmann, P. The Indian Fort Mountain land is a forest reserve for Berea College. The building is the oldest used for collegiate purposes in the United States, restored to its early colonial appearance.