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Massive 2016 “Mr. Redlegs” Exhibit Bobblehead Doll From Reds Hall of Fame-5.jpg
This massive bobblehead doll of the Cincinnati Reds' famous team mascot, Mr. Redlegs, represents a 1962 era bobblehead doll and was created by artist Henry "Hank" Zuerick. He is dressed in the sleeveless white jersey with red underliner attire that was made famous by such greats as Ted Kluszewski, Vada Pinson, Frank Robinson, and others. This giant baseball bobblehead doll is the largest on record. He stands at 90 inches tall (7.5 feet!). / Image courtesy of Everything But The House (EBTH) // Published: 12.6.18

EBTH Is Auctioning a Ton of Valuable Reds Stuff Until December 9th

Have you ever gone to a Reds game hoping to take home more than just a fly ball? Well, now’s your chance to take home all kinds of fun Reds merchandise.

Everything But The House—the trusted, local online marketplace for pre-owned goods and estate sales—is targeting diehard Reds collectors and fans by auctioning off nearly 200 authentic baseball exhibit collectibles culled from the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. A few of the most interesting artifacts include (but are not limited to):

  • A massive Cincinnati Reds Mr. Red Bobblehead Statue
  • Concession signs from the ballpark
  • Snapshots and signs from memorable games
  • ATV vehicles driven by mascots
  • A Great American Ball Park turnstile

The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum has been home to all kinds of Reds memorabilia since 2004. Fans can tour the exhibit and appreciate all the history “the first professional baseball club” has to offer, including their World Series trophies from 1975, 1976, and 1990.

The trophies may not be up for bargaining, but there are still plenty of unique finds being auctioned off through the weekend. All purchases will come with a certificate of authenticity from the museum, which is a non-profit organization. A portion of the money raised will go towards the day-to-day operations and remodeling of the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum.

Take a peek through the photo gallery above to see what they're auctioning off.

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You can see more items featured in the auction on EBTH’s website. The items will be up for bidding through this Sunday, December 9th at 8:00 PM.