“Lefty,” “Dutch” and a two-time N.L. strikeout champion wore and/or autographed these Philadelphia Phillies helmets during their respective tenures at Veterans Stadium. The plastic shells are each signed on the bill and show fantastic game use! Includes: Steve Carlton (1980s); Darren Daulton (1994 store model; JSA cert/sticker); and Curt Schilling (1992-2000). Auction LOA from JSA. More on our website.
Steve Carlton Early-1980s Signed Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Batting Helmet: a maroon plastic shell with a right ear flap and a script-style “P” logo decal adhered to the front center. In white decals, Carlton’s number “32” is displayed on the bill, while the base is home to “32” and “ABC” manufacturer’s decals. Carlton has signed the bill in black marker (“8-9” strength) and inscribed “HOF 94.” The interior is home to padding lining the perimeter, back, crown and ear flap.
Darren Daulton 1994 Signed Store Model Philadelphia Phillies Catcher’s Helmet: a size “7-1/4” blue plastic store model shell with the script-style “P” logo decal adhered to the front center. The base is home to an “ABC” manufacturer’s decal, while the bill’s underside has a black marker notation of Daulton’s number “10.” On the bill, Daulton has signed in silver marker (“8-9” strength) and inscribed “#10.”
Curt Schilling 1992-2000 Signed Game-Worn Philadelphia Phillies Batting Helmet: a red plastic shell with a left ear flap and a script-style “P” logo decal adhered to the front center. The base is home to an MLB silhouette logo decal and “38” decals. On the bill, Schilling has signed in black marker (“6” strength). The interior features padding along the perimeter, crown, back and ear flap. Additionally, there is a “WARNING” sticker and an “ABC” size “7-3/8” manufacturer’s sticker.
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