Let’s Go Mets Go! With two of the most improbable World Series crowns to their credit, Flushing’s darlings are favorites everywhere. These (20+) souvenirs span the “Miracle” roster through the 2000s. Highlights include:
1962 Schedule Display: mounted to a 23-7/8 x 16-1/8” wooden plaque with a protective celluloid layer, a published s team schedule from the April 8, 1962 edition of Colorado Magazine features Casey Stengel’s likeness and a monthly schedule grid. Gorgeous!
1960s “Mr. Met” pennant; presents (VG-EX) with sturdy appliqué, minor wrinkling and pinholes from previous display
1970s pennant (presents EX-MT) autographed by Tug McGraw ("5" strength)
1970s pennant with skyline-themed logo and “NEW YORK” appliqué design; presents (EX-MT)
Sports Impressions 1989 limited edition (3049/3311) Tom Seaver figurine
Sports Impressions 1990 limited edition (3363/5000) Nolan Ryan figurine
(2) Shea Stadium Box Seat Nameplates: welded and secured to a 12”-long iron pipe, each plastic nameplate has the name of a season box seat holder. Metal plates are affixed to the bars, respectively denoting “35K” and “143B.” Both show the effects of lengthy outdoor exposure and paint chippings.
Carlos Beltran: 8x10 photo signed in blue marker (“10” strength)
Tug McGraw: 1993 Babe Ruth League banquet itinerary; signed by guest speaker McGraw in blue ballpoint (“9” strength); JSA cert/sticker
Auction LOA from JSA