1) Large cardboard Count Fleet Beer sign in color from Top-notch.
2) Official 39-page souvenir from the opening of the inaugural meeting at Jamaica Racetrack in 1903 with a spectacular cover graphic by Henry Stull.
3) Official souvenir booklet to commemorate the 1946 reopening of the new Monmouth Park that had closed in 1893 due to anti-gambling forces.
4) Official souvenir of the Centennial anniversary (1830-1930) of the incorporation of the Maryland Jockey Club at Pimlico.
5) 1888 Allen & Ginter album (A12) featuring the racing colors of the world. Besides the covers, it consists of 12 pages in color. Owners represented include the Dwyer Bros., August Belmont, E. J. Baldwin and Pierre Lorillard.
6) Blank 1890 Jockey and Trainer licenses issued by the Board of Control, numbered 296 and 426, respectively.
7) $50 win ticket at Aqueduct placed on Kelso in the July 4, 1964 Suburban handicap. The champ banged his head in the starting gate and lost by a head.
8) Original worn race caps from jockey Don Meade's estate (red).
9) Another original worn cap by Meade's estate (yellow).
10) Kentucky Derby original art portraying the program cover of the 1953 Churchill Downs meeting, in color. Dimensions are 12.75x15".
The items are unmarked and in Near Mint condition except the two race caps (poor).