Brooklyn Dodger Banners
These 36" x 36" banners were displayed at parades ending at Burrough Hall in Brooklyn, celebrating the Brooklyn Dodgers capturing the National League title.
Brooklyn Dodger Pennants
1955 Dodger yearbook from their only championship in Brooklyn, signed by the entire team, including an inscription from Happy Felton to the recipient Irene.
Autographed 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers Spring Training Roster Program - Brooklyn's Only Championship
Signed by 50 Dodgers at the spring training camp in 1955, this is the only item I have ever seen that is signed by all 10 of the Dodger Hall-of-Famers from the 1955-1965 Championship era. It is unusual to see Lasorda (who only played in 4 games in 1955 and would make the Hall as a manager), Koufax (who joined the team in 1955), Drysdale (who wouldn't make the team until 1956), as well as Walter O'Malley, Walter Alston, and Vin Scully, on the same document as the core Brooklyn HOF players Robinson, Campanella, Snider, and Reese. Also note the rare "Junior" Gilliam autograph. It appears that someone named Walter Maasen, who also signed the program, was able to secure the autographs at spring training.
Payroll check from Jackie's final season, endorsed by Rachel
Letter from Jackie to a fan, explaining why he isn't a fan watching baseball games.
1950 Jackie Robinson doll in mint condition, complete with original box, warmup jacket, and catalog advertisement page.
1950's milk glass