This printed baseball has a detailed painting of the old time look of Fenway Park printed on it. It is rendered in pen and ink, from photos from the actual day in 1912 when the park opened. Includes outside and inside views of the park as well as a piece of the actual ticket stub from that day collaged on the ball. Billboards, architecture, and all other details reflect accurately the look of the stadium on that day.
Includes a protective, clear lucite display box.
Unforgettaball! baseballs represent the finest collection of art work printed on baseballs in the world. These beautiful decorative baseball designs, begun as paintings by Emily M. Wolfson, make a treasured collectible gift for men, women, and children of all ages. They’re perfect as truly unique gifts for everyone from the parents of that special newborn, to children and teens looking for something to brighten their surroundings, to the man or woman looking for the perfect addition to the corporate desktop. At home in any setting, and with a design to thrill nearly everyone, Unforgettaball! baseballs stand out in the world of me-too collectibles and gifts. To preserve the rich, striking original artwork, we have dedicated ourselves to finding the best possible reproduction of these paintings onto real baseballs. After selling many handpainted baseballs for hundreds of dollars each, we have designed a careful process that maintains the original character and brilliance of Wolfson's paintings while ensuring a final decorative ball that is both durable and reasonably priced.