Gene Mack Cartoon Art Vtg Wood & Metal Printing Block Stamp Newspaper Press RARE For Sale
Gene Mack Cartoon Art Vtg Wood & Metal Printing Block Stamp Newspaper Press RARE:
Fresh from the local estate we offer you this rare original Gene Mack cartoon art vintage wood & metal printing block stamp newspaper press. It is in used condition with some wear. It comes with 3 prints on paper. It measures overall 6 1/8" by 8". It came out of the estate of former major league umpire Artie Gore and our understanding is that is was a gift to him from Gene Mack. . Please check all the photos for more details, they are part of the description.
From 1927 to 1929, Gore played for the combined Chatham-Harwich team in the Cape Cod Baseball League. He returned to the Cape League in 1934 to play for Barnstable, where he was a crowd favorite, known for his "chatter, pepper, and flashy fielding
Umpiring careerBefore being promoted to the major leagues in 1947, Gore umpired in the Canadian-American League in 1937 and 1938, in the Eastern League from 1939 to 1942, and in the International League from 1942 to 1946. He umpired in the 1951 and 1953 World Series and two All-Star Games (1949 and 1956).[
Gene Mack Cartoon Art Vtg Wood & Metal Printing Block Stamp Newspaper Press RARE