From the Majors to the bush league, this international game-worn baseball uniform lot of (4) covers all the bases. Featured are: Japanese jersey gray with black/orange “Sharks” lettering patches on the front and an “FSBL” patch on the left sleeve; 1934 Honus Wagner Co. Athletic Goods “Bulger AC” club team jersey and pants; 1969 Philadelphia Phillies pants worn by outfielder Ron Stone showing abundant signs of authentic use; c.1930s-1940s American Legion sleeveless jersey and pants with black cleats. More on our website.
All of the items offered in this lot present in appealing, display-worthy condition. Sewn into the waistband of the Stone/Phillies pants is “Stone 69-26” Set1”, this garment also has a sizeable stitched near the bottom of the right leg.
The uniform manufactured by Honus Wagner’s sporting goods company presents in exceptional condition with collar tags stating “Honus Wagner Co. Athletic Goods Pittsburgh PA” and “Dodge Davis Genuine Flannel”. It is well known that Wagner ran his own sporting goods company and that a store bearing his name operated in Pittsburgh for many years.
Though the date of the Japanese jersey is undetermined, it appears to be c.1970s-1980s. Overall this jersey is very appealing with minor fraying on the breast and back patches,
The American Legion uniform is made interesting by its unusual sleeveless jersey. Manufactured by Wilson, this wool jersey and pants combo remains highly appealing with ample signs of authentic use including a major patch repair on the right leg. While the red letter and number patches show minor fraying, the highly detailed American Legion patch displays bold, clearly defined details.
Also present are (2) items worn in 1965 by Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Johnny Briggs with a moderately faded belt and a vibrantly colored pair of stirrups with one having an end that is torn apart.