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1957-1960 Washington Senators Original Photo Lot of (5) with Williams & Nixon

Lot Number 426

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From the waning years of the first Senators franchise in Washington, comes this interesting lot of original baseball photos. Captured by top professional photographers of the day, these bright, glossy images remain very appealing with a grade average of (EX to EX-MT).

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1957 Awards ceremony 9-5/8 x 7-3/4" photo with Don Wingfield credit stamp on the reverse, featuring a group of five with Ted Williams, Stan Musial and Roy Sievers, Williams received the Sultan of Swat Award at this ceremony as evidenced by other readily accessible photos showing Musial holding the Babe Ruth Crown over Williams head at the event, Williams and Musial led their respective leagues in batting that year and Sievers led the AL in homers and RBIs, Don Wingfield is noted as one the great sports photographers of the 20th Century

Late-1950s 8x10 photo of Baltimore Orioles catcher Gus Triandos centered between Washington Senators outfielders Roy Sievers and Jim Lemon, with Wingfield photographer's credit stamp on reverse

Late-1950s 8x10 with Sievers and another player in Senators uniforms with Wingfield credits at bottom right and on the reverse

c.1960 Associated Press 8-3/4 x 7" photo with four men on the steps of Richard Nixon's campaign airplane, with from top to bottom Roy Sievers, Nixon, Harmon Killebrew and the fourth figure is possibly Nixon's 1960 running mate Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., with AP credit stamp on reverse

Late-1950s Nate Fine 8x10 photo with his credit stamp on reverse, features five players posing in baseball and football stances, two players are wearing Senators uniforms, including one holding a football that appears to be Harmon Killebrew, the player holding the bat is wearing a T-shirt with "Property Redskins" partially visible, also partially visible is a scoreboard with Gunther Beer advertising, suggesting this photo was taken at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, Nate Fine was the Redskins photographer for fifty years

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