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Released in 1996 & 1997. Each lidded stein is 7 3/4" tall (8" counting the thumblift) and was made in Brazil by Ceramarte. Baseball's best loved vintage ballparks are honored in this nostalgic collection of ceramic and pewter steins, licensed by Major League Baseball. The diamond design on the front features the park's name and years of operation. Raised relief baseball motifs include bats, balls, bricks, banners and bunting. Full color pennant on the front of each stein features the respective team logo. Each stein also includes highlights and facts about each park's history and field dimensions. Each stein features a finely detailed minature stadium replica, on top of the lid and a minature baseball, for the thumblift. The handles of each league's steins face opposite to create a unique display. Each stein comes individually numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Generic brown Longton Crown box.

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97701 - 1996 YANKEE STADIUM lidded stein. The 1st in the series. The "House That Ruth Built" was the premier ballpark during the game's Golden Age, where so much baseball history was made. Sept 30, 1927 - Babe Ruth smashes his record 60th home run. July 4, 1939 - Lou Gehrig tells the world that he is "The Luckiest Man On The Face Of The Earth." Joe Dimaggio's historic 56 Game Hitting streak begins on May 15, 1941 against Chicago. Don Larsen's 2-0 Perfect Game Win on October 8th in Game 5 of The 1956 World Series against the Dodgers. October 1, 1961 - Roger Maris sets a New Record with 61 Home Runs. Mickey Mantle hits his Historic 565 ft. shot off the facade on May 22, 1963. Capacity of 67,205, as of 1958.
$65.00 Generic box, HAS COA

97702 - 1996 WRIGLEY FIELD lidded stein. The 2nd in the series. Revisit Chicago's storied " Friendly Confines " and its ivy covered outfield walls in the days before lights were installed. Great Moments: 1.) Cincinnati's FRED TONNEY & Chicago's HIPPO VAUGHN duel on May 2, 1917 for the Major's only double No-Hitter. The Chicago Cubs lose on one hit, 1-0 in 10 innings. 2.) BABE RUTH calls the "Shot" off of CHARLIE ROOT on October 1 of the 1932 World Series. 3.) GABBY HARTNETT's homer in the Gloamin' off the Pirates MACE BROWN on September 28, 1938 leads the Cub's to the Pennant. 4.) Mr. Cub, ERNIE BANKS hits his 500th Home Run into the left field bleachers on May 12, 1970. 5.) RYNE SANDBERG takes the untouchable BRUCE SUTTER deep with consecutive late-inning home runs on June 23, 1984 as the Cubs beat the Cardinals 12-11 in 11 innings. 6.) August 8, 1988 - First Game started under the Lights At Wrigley Field ends as an official RAIN-OUT. Capacity of 37,741, as of 1973.
$75.00 Generic box, Has COA

97703 - 1996 FENWAY PARK lidded stein. The 3rd in the series. Built in 1912 and home of the fabled "Green Monster," Boston's cozy bandbox is the oldest Major League park still in use at the time. Great Moments: 1.) July 9, 1946 - "The Splendid Splinter" TED WILLIAMS goes 4 for 4 with 2 Home Runs in the 1946 All-Star Game. 2.) The Red Sox set the modern record with 17 runs in an inning against Detroit on June 18, 1953. 3.) TED WILLIAMS hits his 521st Home Run in his final professional league at bat on Sept 28, 1960. 4.) Ace JIM LONBORG beats Minnesota to win the 1967 Pennant on October 1. 5.) CARLTON FISK's dramatic Game 6 winning, 12th inning Home Run against Cincinnati on October 21, 1975 of the World Series. 6.) CARL YASTRZEMSKI singles for his 3,000th Career Hit on September 12, 1979. Capacity of 33,379, as of 1971
$85.00 Generic box, No COA

97704 - 1996 EBBETS FIELD lidded stein. The 4th in the series. From 1913 until 1957, tiny Ebbets Field was a landmark in Brooklyn, home of the borough's beloved Dodgers and the scene of some of baseball's greatest (and wildest) moments. Sept 16, 1924 - St Louis' Jim Bottomley drives in a Record 12 Runs as the Cardinals beat the Dodgers, 17-3. In the 1st Night Game in Brooklyn on June 15, 1938 - Cincinnati's Johnny Vander Meer pitches his 2nd consecutive No-Hitter defeating the Dodgers, 6-0. Brooklyn catcher Mickey Owen drops the Game Winning Strike in Game 4 of The 1941 World Series, giving the Yankees a 2nd chance to win this game on October 5, and ultimately The World Championship. Capacity of 31,497 in 1932.
$65.00 Generic box, Has COA

97705 - 1997 COMISKEY PARK lidded stein. The 5th in the series. Home to the Chicago White Sox, 1910 - 1990. Built in 1910, Chicago's legendary South Side park hosted the very first All-Star Game in 1933. Babe Ruth hits the game winning home run in the 3rd inning, as the American League defeats the National League 4-2. Witnessed the White Sox 1917 World Championship. Chicago and Milwaukee play the longest Major League Game in 8 hours and 6 minutes on May 8-9, 1984. Harold Baines homers in the bottom of the 25th Inning for a 7-6 Chicago victory. Capacity of 44,492.

97706 - 1997 POLO GROUNDS lidded stein. The 6th and last in the series. The home of the old New York Giants from 1891 to 1963, this legendary park witnessed Bobby Thomson's "Shot Heard Round the World," Willie May's "The Catch" and a host of other historic moments. October 14, 1905 - Christy Mathewson Shuts Out Philadelphia 2-0 to win The World Series in 5 Games. It is Mathewson's 3rd Shutout in 6 days. Rube Marquard defeats Brooklyn 2-1 on July 3, 1912 for his Record 19th straight Win in 1 season. July 2, 1933 - Carl Hubbell pitches his famous 18 Inning Shutout as the Giants defeat the Cardinals, 1-0. Carl Hubbell becomes an All Star legend by striking out Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Simmons and Cronin in succession at the All Star Game on July 10, 1934. Bobby Thomson hits the "Shot Heard 'Round The World" on October 3, 1951 as the Giants defeat Brooklyn 5-4 for the 1951 National League Pennant. Willie Mays makes the most famous Over - Shoulder Catch in Baseball history, during Game 1 of the World Series against Cleveland on Sept 29, 1954. Capacity of 55,987.


82CHI - 1982 Chicago stein. This stein still has not rec'd an item # from Anheuser-Busch . This 6 3/4" stein was made in the USA. The 3rd and last in the Chicago stein series. "Our Kind Of Town". Features Comiskey Park, Soldier Field and Wrigley Field. Individually numbered. Did not come boxed.

CS682 - 2007 Busch Stadium lidded stein. This 9" lidded stein was made in Brazil by Ceramarte. Issued to comemmorate 40 seasons (1966 - 2005) at Busch Stadium. The stadium was demolished after the 2005 season to make way for the new stadium built in 2006. Busch stadium had been home to the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team, the Football St. Louis Cardinals and briefly the St. Louis Rams. The stadium opened on May 12, 1966. The stadium hosted the 1966 All Star game as well as the 1967, 1968, 1982, 1985, 1987 and 2004 World Series championships. Artist Julie Gaidis designed this truely magnificent stein which features the lower portion of the stein base in the shape of the stadium itself, with it's arched roofline. The upper part of the stein, including the lid, forms the shape of a baseball. Logos of the St. Louis Cardinals are along the base and the pewter thumblift. The ceramic insert in the pewter lid features the top half of the baseball. The handle is in the shape of a baseball bat. Individually numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Gift boxed. (Limited Production of 2500)

CS 690 - 2008 Yankee Stadium lidded stein. This 8", (9 1/2" counting the thumbrest), lidded stein was made in Brazil by Ceramarte. Artist John Rivoli created this stein to celebrate the unique characteristics of the stadium. Yankee Stadium, a tradition that spans more than 8 decades, was basically christened the day Babe Ruth hit a 3 run homer, in the inaugural game (April 18, 1923,) against the Boston Red Sox. Thus it's nickname: "The House That Ruth Built". Stein features include the building's distinctive facade, blue & white tiles preserved during the stadium's 1976 modernization, dates encircle the base of the stein, commemorating each of the Yankees 26 World Series Championship titles and a banner at the top of the stein that proudly proclaims: "Courage, Tradition, Heart". The pewter lid features a ceramic inlay with The New York Yankees logo. NY initials adorn the pewter thumbrest. Individually numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Gift box. (Limited Production of 5000)


BDEF - 1994 Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field lidded stein. This 8 7/8" lidded stein was made in Thailand. The 1st of the Cooperstown Stadium stein series. Features, in high relief, Dodgers players on each side with the outside of the stadium in the background. Brooklyn, Ebbets Field, B and Dodgers, down the front. In lettering on the left: National League Champions 1916, '20, '41, '47, '49, '52, '53, 55, '56 and World Series Champions 1955 Dogers 4 - Yankees 3, on the right. An English handcrafted pewter replica of the stadium sets atop the lid. A minature baseball is the thumblift. Individually numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Generic box.

NYPG - 1994 NEW YORK GIANTS POLO GROUNDS lidded stein. This 8 3/4" lidded stein was made in Thailand. The 2nd of the Cooperstown Stadium stein series. Features, in high relief, Giants players on each side with the inside of the stadium in the background. In lettering on the left: National League Champions 1888, '89, 1904, '05, '11, '12, '13, '17, '21, '22, '23, '24, '33, '36, '37, '51, '54 and World Series Champions 1888, '89, '93, 1905, '21, '22, '54, on the right. An English handcrafted pewter replica of the stadium sets atop the lid. A minature baseball is the thumblift. Individually numbered with a certificate of authenticity. Generic box.

CCWF - 1994 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field lidded stein. This 8 7/8" lidded stein was made in Thailand. The 1st of the Cooperstown Stadium stein series. Features, in high relief, Cubs players on each side with the outside of the stadium in the background. Chicago, Wrigley Field Home of Chicago Cubs Games Start One Thirty National League Champions and Cubs, down the front. In lettering on the left: World Series Champions 1907 and 1908. An English handcrafted pewter replica of the stadium sits atop the lid. A minature baseball is the thumblift. Individually numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Generic box.


EIEF - 1993 Ebbets Field lidded stein. This 8 1/2" lidded stein was made in Brazil by Ceramarte for LCS Products Services. 1st & last in a series titled " Early Innings - The Old Ball Parks ". Features the famous Ebbets Field stadium that was in Brooklyn, NY. from 1913 - 1960. Was home to the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1913 - 1957. Features patrons outside of the front of the stadium. A baseball diamond with the words Early Innings - The Old Ball Parks, is in the ceramic inlay in the lid. Individually numbered. Generic box.








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