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Dark's giddy look in this snapshot pretty much sums up the experience you're about to have.
Buy this framed poster, then spin it around on your hand while less athletic white guys fall down around you.
When added to the Avatar pinball machine and a regular slot machine in the collection, you could say that this horse-racing slot takes the Triple Crown! Seriously, try saying that.
There's everything from Ebbets Field Flannels throwbacks to straight, game-worn goodness.
The line of bar neons stretches the length of the showhall, and includes this "Cocktails" sign, bright enough to ensure you don't have any Dreams.
Dark didn't just watch sports: there's a cache of his own gear ranging from factory-stitched "Dark Star" stuff, to his softball-tested, hand-labeled models.
The collection goes back (way, way back!) into baseball history, and there's no better example than this KC Monarchs VS Harlem Stars dopeness.
Alright, so maybe there is one better example than that last poster.
If it's not clear yet, Dark was pretty much a big kid, and nowhere is it more evident than his box of yo-yos. Mainly a Duncan fan, the highlight is a sterling silver Tiffany & Co number engraved with his initials.
So yeah, back to the sports stuff...
A pic of Brett Favre signing the very Green Bay helmet you hold is pretty cool even if you're not a Packers fan... which would also mean you're smart enough to see the value of this item.
A tidy stack of throw-backs are priced to move.
Yup, you're seeing that right. A poster from the Stones' first-ever US show, and one for the first-ever MN gig of "the north's top rock combo", The Beatles.
There are near a thousand legit stogies for sale.
From signed cowhide, to a trove of official World Series and All Star Game balls, there are more of these than anything else.
Do you own a Semi Pro promotional basketball? Didn't think so.
Like the drum magazine on this ole' Chicago Organ Grinder, this estate sale is absolutely loaded, and there's even more good stuff to look through here.