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Durocher,Leo - playing pool w/Medwick,Herman,Higbe,Galan
Durocher,Leo - playing pool w/Medwick,Herman,Higbe,Galan
Price: $45.00

Leo Durocher playing Pool with HOF'er Joe Medwick and others - large 6.5 x 10" photo, marked up for publication.
Willie Hoppe 1940s Photograph - Shooting Pool
Willie Hoppe 1940s Photograph - Shooting Pool
Price: $45.00

1940's photo of Willie Hoppe playing pool. Size-5.5 x 7.75"
Willie Hoppe - 1940 Photograph - Shooting Pool
Willie Hoppe - 1940 Photograph - Shooting Pool
Price: $45.00

Large photograph of Willie Hoppe taking a billiard shot. Dated May 26, 1940. 8.25 x 10". International News Photo stamp.
1866 Harpers Woodcut - Billiard Cameos of players at New York City tournament
1866 Harpers Woodcut - Billiard Cameos of players at New York City tournament
Price: $45.00

Huge 11 x 16" Harper's woodcut from September 22, 1866 publication. Features cameos of ten players participating in a New York City tournament. Image shown is a composite of scans of each side.
Willie Hoppe 1918 Promotional Photo on thick stock
Willie Hoppe 1918 Promotional Photo on thick stock
Price: $85.00

Beautiful promotional photo of Willie Hoppe performing a masse shot. By White of New York, dated Feb 23, 1918. Size is 8 x 10.
1920's large-format negatives (slides) of Willie Hoppe - 5
1920's large-format negatives (slides) of Willie Hoppe - 5
Price: $375.00

Five Approx. 4 x 5" large-format glass negatives of Willie Hoppe from the 1920's.
Set of 16 Billiard Balls Signed by Willie Mosconi
Set of 16 Billiard Balls Signed by Willie Mosconi
Price: $875.00

Set of 16 pool balls signed by Willie Mosconi, each with an SGC authentication sticker and card. Mosconi signed many sets of these ball, some less well-done than others - this is a particularly nice set and the balls are available individually (as a set until the first ball is sold). Balls were at one time authenticated by JSA as an entire set, but that documentation is lost. As good as these Mosconi-signed balls get. Inquire if interested and I will photograph balls individually. I do not know who made the balls - the box has no detail.