Lot 302: 14 Rickerby baseball photos w/ Duke Snider sgd ball
December 1, 2016
Falls Church, VA, USALive Auction
Description: [Rickerby/Baseball] 14 Rickerby photos: 4 stamped, 10 unmarked but attributed to Rickerby, with signed Duke Snider NL baseball. Photos of Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Casey Stengel, Jackie Robinson and Pres. Eisenhower. ++ Brooklyn Dodger Duke Snider #4 1987-1988 signed Rawlings Bart Giamatti Official Ball/ National League baseball. Signature in blue ink; ball with brown spotting. ++ 2 photos of San Francisco Giants players Willie Mays #24, "The Say Hey Kid," at bat and Willie Mays and Willie McCovey #44 practicing together on the field. McCovey joined Mays and the Giants in 1959 and they played together until 1972. Both 11 x 14 in., stamped "PHOTO BY/ A.B. RICKERBY" on back. ++ NY Yankee Roger Maris #9 being congratulated by teammate Mickey Mantle #7 after home run during a MLB game in 1961. 11 x 14 in., stamped "PHOTO BY/ A.B. RICKERBY" on back. ++ NY Yankees Mickey Mantle #7 hitting a home run during an MLB game in 1961. 11 x 14 in., stamped "PHOTO BY/ A.B. RICKERBY" on back. ++ 10 unmarked photos, all 11 x 14 in., all attributed to Rickerby. Incl. NY Yankee Don Larsen #18 pitching a perfect game against the Brooklyn Dodgers on Oct. 8, 1956 at Yankee Stadium. NY Yankees Elston Howard #32, Whitey Ford #16 and another teammate pose in the locker room. NY Yankees Mickey Mantle and Brooklyn Dodgers Duke Snider review Mantle's bat before a MLB game in the mid-1950s. Brooklyn Dodger Gil Hodges #14, demonstrates his strength by picking up two boxes of Wheaties. Photo likely taken before 1952, since the Dodgers added numbers to shirt fronts after that year. Satin uniforms were adopted to make for better viewing during night games. Brooklyn Dodgers players celebrating their 1955 World Series win over the NY Yankees. Pee Wee Reese #1, is getting beer poured over his head and Don Newcombe #36 on far right. Photo of Pres. Eisenhower preparing to throw out first pitch of the 1956 World Series game on Oct. 3, 1956 in Brooklyn, NY, where the Brooklyn Dodgers beat the Yankees 6-3. Yankees manager Casey Stengel is on left, Dodgers manager Walter Alston #24, on right. Photo of Pres. Eisenhower and his son, Major John Eisenhower, standing during the Pledge of Allegiance at the 1956 World Series game in Brooklyn between the Dodgers and Yankees. Photo of Yankee manager Casey Stengel walking out of locker room next to Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play in Major League Baseball (MLB), when the Brooklyn Dodgers started him at first base in 1947. Likely taken during 1956 World Series game in Brooklyn between the Dodgers and Yankees. Photos in good to very good condition, sold as is, with all faults.