Home -> View Lot

Philadelphia Phillies Game-Used/Commemorative/Autographed Bat Lot of (6)

Lot Number 606

Quantity: Bid Starts: 04/27/2018 12:00:00 
Bid Open: 200.00  Bid Ends: 05/10/2018 22:00:00 
Bid Count: Overtime: 30 Minutes
Currently: 200.00  Time Left: Ended
View Count: 1237   
      Previous Lot <--> Next Lot

Philly gamers, autographed and commemorative bats are the fare in this lot of (6) weapons. Includes:


Darren Daulton Signed Display Bat: a Cooperstown Bat Co. (34”, 35-oz) “Classic Edition” model with a brown handle and black barrel on which a “Yuengling” script logo is deeply engraved. Daulton has signed in silver-colored marker (“6” strength) and inscribed “#10” between the center brand and barrel stampings.


Hunter Pence 2012-2017 Signed Professional Model Bat: a Dinger “P-9” (34-1/2”, 34.3-oz) block-letter model signed between the center brand and barrel stampings in black marker (“9” strength) and inscribed “8.” The uncracked maple weapon features a cupped end, a flare knob and shows no use.


Juan Samuel 1983 Game Used Bat: a Louisville Slugger “S2” (35”, 35.8-oz) signature model with a deep brown patina; excessive use is evident with surface marks throughout and multiple cracks/checking on the barrel.  


George Vukovich 1980-1982 Game-Used Bat: an Adirondack “154B” (35”, 33.6-oz) white-ring signature model with a black “Smith” finish. The white ash lumber shows excellent game use with ball and bat-rack marks throughout the barrel, a 5-1/2” handle crack and a white paint pen notation of “29” on the knob.


Glenn Wilson 1982-1983 Game-Ready Bat: a Louisville Slugger “S2” (34-1/2”, 33-oz) white ash signature model; uncracked with minimal use attributes including bat-rack and surface marks.


1995 Hall of Fame Brown Bat: a Louisville Slugger limited edition (964 of 1000) display model with a brown finish and gold-colored stampings that include facsimile signature of the five honorees: Ashburn, Day, Hulbert, Schmidt and Willis. Presents (NM).


Auction LOA from JSA (for autographs)


Huggins and Scott is allowing the winning bidder 45 days from the date when payment is received to have the item independently authenticated. Payment must, however, be made within two weeks from the end of the auction. Huggins and Scott is not responsible for any authentication fees or shipping charges incurred by the winning bidder but H&S will refund the hammer price and buyer's premium if the item does not pass authentication with a reputable third party company.


Pictures  (Click on Photo to Enlarge)