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Old 07-23-2001, 07:28 PM
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Shoeless Joe Jackson stuff on E-Bay

found this on www.ebay.com home page:
(a bunch of Joe Jacson paraphanalia for sale)

JOE JACKSON'S FAMOUS "BLACK BETSY" BAT

The one and only "Shoeless" Joe Jackson's pride and joy, the only bat he kept and used throughout his remarkable 13-year career. The bat that helped make Jackson arguably "the greatest natural hitter to play the game," Betsy remained in Jackson's family for over 90 years...until now...

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“SHOELESS" JOE JACKSON’S FIRST ORGANIZED TEAM PHOTO

This very rare black and white photo shows Joe Jackson with his Brandon Mill Braves baseball team. Jackson began playing with the Braves of the Textile League in 1901 at the age of 13 and stayed with them until 1906. JOHNNY MOSTIL GAME-USED BAT AUTOGRAPHED BY JOE JACKSON

This bat belonged to "Shoeless" Joe Jackson’s 1918 Chicago White Sox teammate, Johnny Mostil, and it bears the very rare signature of Shoeless Joe. This is one of only six known authenticated signatures of Joe Jackson - and the only known bat, making it one of the most valuable items in this collection.

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More from the Joe Jackson Collection

B-18 "SHOELESS" JOE JACKSON BLANKET

Original 1914 B-18 tobacco blanket depicting "Shoeless" in his Cleveland uniform. Beautifully mounted within a 10” x 10” frame.
LEDGER FROM JOE JACKSON'S LIQUOR STORE

After the repeal of Prohibition in 1933, Joe Jackson and his wife, Katie, owned and operated a liquor store in West Greenville, South Carolina. This unique item is the ledger from that store. Also included is a transportation map of the area from the South Carolina State Highway Department and a 6" x 3" promotional card from the First National Bank of Greenville. These items come with a Letter of Authenticity.



JOE JACKSON AS A PITCHMAN

This original, complete page from Companion magazine features Joe Jackson hawking sporting goods in a D&M Outfit advertisement. Joe is captured in an outstretched position, his glove anxiously awaiting a long fly ball, just as he did in game after game throughout his career. The page is dated March 16, 1916, and is beautifully mounted and framed.
JOE JACKSON BASEBALL CARDS

A virtual shrine to “Shoeless” Joe Jackson, this piece features 10 baseball cards of Jackson, beautifully mounted and framed. Included among the cards are a 1992 Sporting News/Conlon Collection card (#14, front and back), a 1999 Upper Deck Century Legends (#35), and a 1995 Upper Deck/Sonic Heroes of Baseball (#17). A fascinating memento for serious baseball fans.
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