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8437   1941 Brooklyn Dodgers Unusual Opening Day Full Ticket  $100 $198 $218 10 You must login to place a bid.
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#8437 - 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers Unusual Opening Day Full Ticket Estimate: $300+

The 1941 Brooklyn Dodgers won their first National League pennant in two decades, but began the season in usual fashion for the Brooklyn fans, losing 6-4 to the New York Giants. Only 31,604 fans witnessed this opening day game, but the owner of this ticket was not one of them. The die-cut full ticket has a catcher’s likeness, printed seating and event details, and the facsimile signature of team president Larry MacPhail. Save for a paper clip mark along the left edge and a minor lower left crease, this ducat is in excellent condition with great eye appeal.




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