As “advancements” were made in the audio/visual field, these items were unveiled for baseball fans of all ages. Highlights include: 1930s Stereovues with glasses, (5) two-sided cards and original mailing packet; 1948 World Series 8MM Film a “Castle Films” reel in original box; Pete Reiser 1946 Original Negatives (3) separate images of Reiser following a injury sustained in an August 1st game at Ebbets Field; 1962 Mars Candy “How To” Records (2) 33 RPM records in original sleeves (No. 1 “How to Bat” and No. 3 “How to Field”).
1953 View-Master With Reels hand-held “Stereoscope” (in original retail box) with (3) “Baseball Stars of the Major Leagues” 7-image reels
Sports Record Albums includes The Greatest Moments in Sports 33 RPM record with narrations by Mel Allen, Don Dunphy, Marty Glickman and Clem McCarthy
1956 Look, Listen, and Learn 33 RPM record narrated by Vin Scully and (6) Brooklyn Dodgers stars (cover is VG)
1969 The Amazing Mets 33 RPM record on which (31) Mets principals show their vocal prowess on (9) different songs
Vintage Negatives produced by Erker Bros. Optical Co. of St. Louis, these (3) negative plates depict (2) Hornsby (one is cracked) and Frisch
1885 Base Ball Waltz Sheet Music two-page item (separated at spine) with treble and bass clef scores