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    1914 Eddie Plank Royal Tailors Advertising Poster/Page. Baseball players in the early 1900's were not only seen as great athletes, but they were also expected to be dressed to impress off the field. It was not at all unusual to see Ty Cobb, Christy Mathewson and other stars of the diamond advertising men's suits and hats. Often, they were pictured wearing a particular model of suit in a large advertising book that clients would order out of. This particular poster page features Eddie Plank, star pitcher of the Philadelphia Americans. The piece measures about 18x21" and is beautifully framed to 26x29."


    Fees, Shipping, and Handling Description: Framed - with Glass, Large (view shipping information)

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    November, 2015
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