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Lot Number 1429

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Donned by athletes in a variety of sporting arenas, these (17) jerseys include game-worn and/or issued garments with familiar team logos and colors. All are from recent decades and feature twill/applique identifiers and proper tagging. A ready-made sports wardrobe! More on our website.

Dan Campbell 2005 Dallas Cowboys Game-Worn Jersey: a blue mesh/dazzle cloth blend pullover garment with white shoulder accents, “86” sewn to the back and front in white twill (and to the sleeves in blue twill) and “CAMPBELL” sewn to a nameplate atop the back number in blue twill. Within the V-neck, a swatch has identifiers reading “05-50.” The vented left front tail is home to a “Reebok” label and flap tags respectively denoting “6” L.B.” and size “50.” Light wear.  

 

Ray Childress 1994 Pro Bowl Signed Game-Worn Jersey: a white mesh pullover garment with “79” on the front, back and sleeves in red-and-white applique, “AMERICAN” atop the front number in red applique and “CHILDRESS” on a nameplate atop the back number in red applique. On the back “7,” Childress has signed in black marker (“9” strength) and inscribed “79.” Red-and-blue striped stretch ribbed knit lines the V-neck, while Pro Bowl logo patches adorn both shoulders. On the vented left front tail, a “Wilson” label is accompanied by a size “48” flap tag. Single event wear is evident.

 

Einar Diaz 2004 Game-Worn Texas Rangers Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with “RANGERS” arched across the chest in blue-on-red-on-black twill, “5” sewn to the back and left front in like fashion and “DIAZ” arched atop the back number in blue-on-red twill. A Texas state flag patch adorns the left sleeve, while an MLB silhouette logo is sewn atop the back. Blue piping lines the sleeve endings. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label and flap tags respectively denoting “set 1 2004” and size “50.” Within the left side seam, a fabric content tag has a “0062” gamer code. The jersey shows light wear and was possibly worn by Diaz during spring training, as he was traded to Montreal two days before the 2004 season opener.

 

Brad Fullmer 2004 Texas Rangers Game-Worn Home Jersey: a white knit button-down vest with “T” embroidered in red and blue to a white twill plate on the left breast. In blue-on-red twill,”20” is sewn to the back and right front, while “FULLMER” is arched atop the back number in like fashion. Blue piping lines the collar, button path and arm openings, while an MLB silhouette logo is sewn atop the back. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label and flap tags respectively denoting “set 2 2004” and size “48.” Within the left side seam, a swatch has “04131” chain stitched in black numerals. Light wear,  

 

Alex Gonzalez 2001 Toronto Blue Jays Game-Worn Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with “BLUE JAYS” arched across the chest in blue-on-blue twill, “8” sewn to the back and left front and “GONZALEZ” arched atop the back number in lie fashion. A Blue Jays 25th anniversary patch adorns the left sleeve, an American League 100th anniversary patch is sewn to the right sleeve, while an MLB silhouette logo is sewn atop the back. Blue piping lines the sleeve endings. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label and a size “48” flap tag. Within the left side seam, a fabric content tag has a “0062” gamer code. Light wear is evident

 

Hector Ortiz 2003 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Game-Worn Road Jersey: a gray knit button-down garment with “TAMPA BAY” arched across the chest in green-on-white-on-blue twill with black twill “shadow” accents. In green-on-white-on-blue twill, “54” is sewn to the back and left front, while “ORTIZ” is arched on a nameplate atop the back number in solid green twill. A team logo patch adorns the left sleeve, while an MLB silhouette logo (in Devil Rays team colors) is sewn atop the back. Green-and-white piping lines the sleeve endings, collar and button path. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label and a size “48” flap tag. Light wear is evident. This was likely worn by Ortiz during spring training, as he played for the team’s Class AAA International League affiliate in Durham that year but did not appear with the parent club.

 

Cory Proctor 2007 Dallas Cowboys Game-Worn Jersey: a blue mesh/dazzle cloth blend pullover garment with “71” sewn to the back, front and shoulders in white twill with blue embroidered accents and “PROCTOR” sewn to a nameplate atop the back number in solid white block-style twill characters. Within the V-neck, a swatch has identifiers reading “07-50.” The vented left front tail is home to a “Reebok” label and flap tags respectively denoting “6” L.B.” and size “50.” Light wear.  

 

Dominic Raiola 2006 Detroit Lions Game-Worn Practice Jersey: a white mesh pullover garment with “51” displayed on the front and back in blue-on-black applique and a gold-on-black “C” on upper left front (denoting Raiola’s center position). Blue-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit lines the V-neck, which has a NFL logo badge at its base. White stretch ribbed knit lines the elasticized sleeve endings. The left front tail us home to a “Reebok” label and a size “48” flap tag. Light wear is evident. Accompanying is a cert/sticker from the NFL and PSA/DNA.

 

Mike Rosenthal 2004 Minnesota Vikings Game-Worn Road Jersey: a white mesh/dazzle cloth blend pullover garment with “75” on the front and back in purple-on-yellow applique and “ROSENTHAL” on a nameplate atop the back number in solid purple applique. Within the purple stretch ribbed knit V-neck, a swatch has identifiers reading “04-52 S.” The left front tail is home to a “Reebok” label and a size “52” flap tag. Light wear is evident. Note: wit lack of shoulder numerals and twill identifiers, this appears to be a training camp jersey.

 

1987-1992 Seattle Mariners Game-Worn Jacket: a blue satin-like zippered garment with two front pockets and a team logo patch sewn to the left breast. The 4”-wide blue stretch ribbed knit collar has a yellow stripe and features an interior “Starter” label with a black marker notation of “35.” This limits the possibilities to Dave Fleming, Bill McGuire and Brick Smith, who were the only Mariner players to wear “35” during this style run (1987-1992). Blue-and-yellow striped stretch ribbed knit lines the waistline and sleeve endings. Moderate wear is evident.   

 

2000s New York Yankees Game-Worn Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with a blue pinstripe pattern, “NY” sewn to the left breast in blue twill and “45” sewn to the back in like fashion. An MLB silhouette logo is sewn atop the back. The tapered left front tail is home to a “Majestic” label and a size”52” flap tag. Within the left side seam, a fabric content tag has a “0062” gamer code. Light wear is evident. This jersey can be attributed to 23 different players, as that’s how many Yankees wore “45” since the addition of the MLB silhouette logo in 2000. Accompanying is a Steiner Sports hologram.

 

Additional and unidentified garments include: Columbus Blue Jackets (2006-07);  Dallas Cowboys (2005); Mayweather/Marquez (warm-up jacket); Minor League baseball (team unknown; vest/undershirt ensemble); New York Yankees (1990s throwback); Notre Dame football.

 

Huggins and Scott is allowing the winning bidder 45 days from the date when payment is received to have the item independently authenticated. Payment must, however, be made within two weeks from the end of the auction. Huggins and Scott is not responsible for any authentication fees or shipping charges incurred by the winning bidder but H&S will refund the hammer price and buyer's premium if the item does not pass authentication with a reputable third party company.

 



 
 
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