1916 BoSox World Series championship button showing Babe Ruth will be in Hake’s Sept. 23rd auction
YORK, Pa. – The legend of Babe Ruth, the historical importance of the Paul Muchinsky (1947-2015) pinback button collection, and the mystery of why a Detroit brewery would promote the 1916 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox form an intriguing backstory that continues to unfold at Hake’s Auctions. Only known Boston Red Sox 1916 World Championship button, unusually large 6in size, advertises ‘Alpen Brau – Detroit’s Champion Beer’ and features images of manager Bill Carrigan plus 24 teammates, including future Hall of Famers Babe Ruth, Herb Pennock and Harry Hooper. Provenance: personal collection of the late Dr. Paul Muchinsky. Opening
Everard’s March auction series features fine and decorative art from Savannah estates, noted New Orleans antiques dealer, other select sources
Highlights include 400 lots of art including Cezanne and Renoir; Asian art, Satsuma, Picasso pottery, Grand...
Artist Record for H.A. Volodimer at $37k
VINTAGE POSTERS Sale 2558; February 18, 2021 Sale total: $528,223 We offered 348 lots; 266 sold...