An incomparable collection of sports Memorabilia
celebrating the history and accomplishments of Baseball's
These life cast bronze sculptures
capture the touch, power, and detail of the great hitter's of the
game standing at the plate waiting for the next pitch. Each piece
is a masterful creation by the distinguished artist Raelee Frazier
of Highland Studio in Denver Colorado.
The characteristic element that distinguishes
Hitter's Hands collectables from other sports Memorabilia is the
fact that these art works bring a living part of the Baseball Player
into collectible. In addition a signed and numbered Certificate
of Authenticity carries the players signature in ink as well the
customized laser cut Louisville Slugger Bat and base. No other sports
memorabilia offers the collector three signatures associated with
a single item including a certificate of authenticity signed by
the player and artist.
Hitter's Hands of the great Negro League Player John Jordan "Buck"
See recent article on exhibit "Shades of Greatness"
These bronze sculptures are incomparable examples
of sports memorabilia capturing the personality and distinguishing
features of each historic player's grip on a bat . Each sculpture
includes an inscribed Louisville slugger bat produced for the player
during his career. If a player has been inducted into the Baseball
Hall of Fame the year of his induction is inscribed on the bat.
In addition the base is walnut and inscribed by a laser with the
Each bronze edition is strictly limited to 36
items and each sculpture is accompanied with a certificate of Authenticity
telling when each piece was manufactured, the number in the edition
and signed by the player.
Highlands Studio has created bronze hands holding
the personally monogrammed Louisville Slugger bats of Baseball's
The following baseball players exploits are commemorated
in limited edition bronzes and are currently available to collector's:
Pee Wee Reese
This art work is currently touring the nation in an exhibit
"Shades of Greatness"
sponsored by the Negro League Museum:
The exhibit is currently at the:
Kansas City M0.
For additional reading and information see the
article on the process of creating these bronzes published by the
Christian Science Monitor.
To inquire about or to place an order
for the art please write or call:
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