Great horde of Cincinnati Reds memorabilia, all from the collection of Bernie Stowe, famed Reds equipment manager. Two framed displays from first and last games at Cincinnati Stadium.1) First display (20.25x30.25") features B&W photo of last pitch at Crosley Field on June 24, 1970 and another B&W photo shows the first pitch at Riverfront Stadium on June 30, 1970. 2) Second display has two photos framed together-first B&W, second colored, (18x28") along with a small insert stating, "First Pitch Riverfront Stadium June 30, 1970" and another small insert stating, "Last Pitch Cinergy Field [Riverfront Stadium] September 22, 2002". 3) Pete Rose signed color photo. (framed 12x15"). Has "Sept.11, 1985" printed on photo, the date Rose broke Ty Cobb's all-time hit record. Photo shows scoreboard indicating "4192". Excellent condition. 4) Pete Rose signed Limited Edition 4192 Print. Features Rose hitting, fielding and sliding. Also has Ty Cobb observing and "4192" on a baseball. 5) Print of Reds celebrating victory over Oakland As in 1990 World Series (matted 25x32.5"). 6) Print of long-time Reds equipment manager Bernie Stowe standing in front of some Reds pitchers in a spring training photo in a possible effort to show that pitchers are often very tall. Small tear on top of verso. (matted 25x32.5"). 7) Pete Rose signed Cincinnati Post newspaper front page, from September 12, 1985, printed on aluminum (13.5x13"). Features article about Rose breaking Ty Cobb's all-time major league record for hits on the day before when Rose had hit number 4192. 8) Color photo (matted 11x14") shows Cincinnati Reds lined up before World Series against the Boston Red Sox in 1975. Photo labeled "Big Red Machine". 9) Print of a drawing of Crosley Field by Caroline Williams (framed 12.5x14.5").
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