Louisville Slugger Vintage Lathe Bat Milt Bolling Vault Stamped B175 Tigers
Names in parentheses indicate that the first name of the player is deduced from various factors. Sig: The facsimile signature of the player's name is stamped into the barrel of the bat. Block: The player's name is stamped into the barrel in block letters.Master: bat used as a template to make a particular player's bat. Side-written only: Information denoting the player is written by the factory on the side of the barrel when a player sent his bat in to be used as a prototype for future bats. Lathe: Bats used as a guide to place on the lathe to produce a particular player's bats. Hillerich & Son: 1890's - circa 1912: J. Blank: no brand name whatsoever. Handmade: no brand name whatsoever. Spalding: Spalding Sporting Goods Co. Ddd: dash, dot, dash in H&B center brand circa 1917 - 1922. Wright & Ditson: Wright & Ditson Sporting Goods. Side-written bats are among the most coveted in the hobby, as they provide airtight provenance relative to game use. 63, Mastronet Reference and Price Guide for Collecting Game Used Bats by Dave Bushing and Dan Knoll. The item "Louisville Slugger Vintage Lathe Bat Milt Bolling Vault Stamped B175 Tigers" is in sale since Monday, May 14, 2012. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Game Used Memorabilia\Baseball-MLB\Bats". The seller is "jcm331" and is located in North Bergen, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Player: Milt Bolling
- Sport: Baseball
- Team: Detroit Tigers