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(2) 1933 World Series Ticket Stubs From Game 1 at the Polo Grounds

Lot Number 906

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Like lambs led to slaughter, the Washington Senators were no match for the mighty New York Giants in their 1933 Worls Series meeting. Led by first year player-manager Bill Terry, slugger Mel Ott and pitching aces "King" Carl Hubbell and "Prince" Hal Schumacher, the Giants easily disposed of the Senators in five games. Offered are (2) 1933 World Series ticket stubs from Game 1 at the Polo Grounds, won by Giants 4-2 on the strength of Hubbell’s pitching and Ott’s HR and 3 RBIs. Good for Lower Stand Section 22, Row DD, Seats 8 and 9, these vintage ducats retain a solid feel with bold printed graphics and sharp coloring, generally presenting at the mid-grade level, however due to minor traces of unknown foreign matter on the obverse of the Seat 8 stub and a reverse side band of album adhesive residue on the Seat 9 stub technical grades are not assigned.

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