This is a Barry Bonds San Francisco Giants Nesting dolls Stadium Giveaway (SGA). It is a 3 PIECE SET given out by the Giants on June 29th, 2003. ( It is a Babooshkah 3 in 1 set of Russian Nesting Dolls.)
The outside doll is of Bonds in a San Francisco Giants uniform. The middle doll
is Barry as a Pittsburgh Pirate and the inside doll is Barry as a member of the Devils in Arizona. It measures about 5" tall. Authentic. No box.
This is a nice old View-Master viewer. This particular model was produced by Sawyer and is the most recognized of all View-Master viewers. I am told that it was introduced in 1946 and remained in production for approximately 10 years. I am not sure of this information. Made of black bakelite, it is a sturdy and durable viewer that is still in working condition...
In 1971, Jim Croce, a Pittsburgh native, wrote the haunting melody and words for the classic “Time in a Bottle,” a song for his son, Adrian James. About two years later, Jim Croce's life was cut short by a plane crash, killing all 6 aboard.. This book is a photographic memoir by his wife, Ingrid. It gives an intimate look at their lives through Jim Croce's lyrics, quotes, photographs, and memories...
This is VINTAGE collectible for BARRY BONDS "BONDS 500" home runs. It was given out at a game between the Giants & Cardinals on JULY 1 2001 . (Stadium Give Away.)
1979 HALLMARK SUSAN B. ANTHONY DOLL.
This little cloth doll is part of the "Famous Americans Series ". She is about 6 1/2 inches tall. She comes in the original display box which measures 9" tall, 3 1/2" wide and 1" thick.
Study photo carefully. On the inside cover of this box there is information about Susan B. Anthony. The box shows minor wear and it is a little rough but the doll inside the box is in good shape.
Susan B. Anthony worked hard for women's right to vote...
This is a collectible coin on Babe Ruth.
He had the title of The Sultan of Swat.
Babe Ruth was born in Baltimore, MD on
Feb. 6 1895.
He was placed in St. Mary's Industrial School when he was 7, and it was there that he learned to play baseball...