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1914-1915 Buffalo Federal League Memorabilia Collection (3)
Starting Bid - $300, Sold For - $705
Even though the Federal League only lasted two seasons (1914-1915), collectors who search and are patient can find various souvenirs of all types offering proof of its brief existence. Offered here are three scarce and interesting pieces, ideal for display together (as they have been in the library of our consignor for the past 25+ years), relating to Buffalo's entry in the league: 1) 1915 Cracker Jack (E145) Walter Blair. Well centered, with little corner wear, but light staining and minor surface paper loss on the reverse. Vg. 2) 1914 Buffalo Federal League Schedule. The small, metal-bordered schedule, issued by The Buffalo News , features both the home and away games for the Buffalo Feds. The reverse displays the home and away schedule for Buffalo's minor-league entry in the International League. 2.5 x 3.5 inches. Light surface wear, including a small pen impression in the upper right. Ex. 3) 1915 Buffalo Feds Sheet Music. The sheet music, titled Come Out Where the Buffalo Feds Play , has words composed by W. A. Steiner and J. Schick, and music composed by Jas. K. Porter and C. F. Henry. Published by Jas. K. Porter, New York, 1915. 10.75 x 13.75 inches. Ex. Total: 3 items (card, schedule, and sheet music). Reserve $300. Estimate $500+. SOLD FOR $705
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