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    1950's Casey Stengel Die-Cut Advertising Sign from the Sarabella Collection. Like the man himself, this scarce and fantastic advertising sign is charming and larger than life, measuring a phenomenal 26x30" at its widest dimensions. We're unsure of the exact publication to which the Hall of Fame manager is referring with his endorsement, "What a kick it is to have the oughta own this book," but if there's one guy we'd trust to teach us the intricacies of our national pastime, it's Casey. The colorful cardboard sign presents wonderfully, but we must note a degree of wear, most apparent in a vertical crease that passes between Casey's left ear and eye. A center horizontal fold is inherent to the production of the piece and as such is not a condition issue (nor is it particularly noticeable anyhow). A vertical notch at Casey's neck is likewise a design feature, apparently for the application of an absent easel back. The sign is tastefully framed to final dimensions of 31x34".

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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