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8438   1920's-70's World Series Full Ticket and Stub Collection (13)  $100 $291 $321 12 You must login to place a bid.
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#8438 - 1920's-70's World Series Full Ticket and Stub Collection (13) Estimate: $500+

Total of 13 items from various World Series contests including a couple full tickets, some stubs and a few extraneous items. One item comes from the estate of Mel Allen, the longtime Yankee broadcaster.

Includes: FULL TICKETS (3) - 1) 1959 Game 1 - Comiskey Park (EX, with loose perforation though NOT detached). 2) 1959 Game X - Comiskey Park. (EX, with 2 corners with paper loss). This was used for dignitaries who were sent tickets prior to the event, then issued their seats at a later time. 3) 1971 Game 5 - Three Rivers Stadium (EX, with loose perforation though NOT detached).

STUBS (8) - 1) 1929 Game 5 - Shibe Park (FR/GD, creasing - paper loss reverse). 2) 1933 Game 4 - Clark Griffith Stadium (FR, torn coupon from rain check). 3) 1933 Game 5 - Clark Griffith Stadium (VG). 4) 1936 Game 2 - Polo Grounds (GD). 5) 1939 Game 1 - Yankee Stadium (FR, back damage). 6) 1939 Game 4 - Crosley Field (VG/EX). 7) 1952 Game 3 - Yankee Stadium (VG). 8) 1952 Game 4 - Yankee Stadium (VG/EX).

OTHERS (2) - 1) 1947 All Star Game Stubs - Wrigley Field (EX). A full ticket which was detached, creating two stubs. 2) 1959 World Series Press Pass - for the NBC Radio Announcer (Mel Allen). Part of the Mel Allen Estate.

Total of 13 items.

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