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    1907 Detroit Tigers Scrapbook with World Series Full Ticket & Team Photo Postcard. Mainly comprised of news clippings from the Tigers' first of three consecutive American League Championship seasons, the charming little volume provides two marvelous diversions from that theme. Best is a full ticket for Game Two in Detroit, the fifth and final game of the Series which saw Mordecai "Three Finger" Brown shut out the hometown Tigers in front of just 7,370 attendees to claim the second to last Chicago Cubs World Championship to date. On the inside cover of the scrapbook is a real photo postcard of the 1907 Tigers, with a twenty year old Georgia Peach at center. Both pieces are glued down, of course, but have remained well protected and otherwise undamaged within the pages of the book.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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