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    1907 Detroit Tigers Postcard.
    Measuring 3.5x5.5" this vintage postcard depicts a woman, holding a pennant that reads "Season 1907", standing next to a roaring tiger. Caption reads "'RAH FOR THE TIGERS!", and is postmarked October 14, 1907 - just days after the Tigers fell in five games to the Cubs in the World Series. The reverse of the card has a message to Miss Mary Jones written on it, but unfortunately it lacks baseball content. Moderate wear exhibited throughout, with the top edge being slightly rougher. Printed by J.R. George, Detroit.


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    November, 2018
    4th Sunday
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