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    1925 Max Carey Signed Pittsburgh Pirates "World's Champions" Pennant.

    UPDATE: There is no LOA from James Spence Authentication with this lot.


    The Pirates of Traynor, Carey, Cuyler, and McKechnie bested the defending champion Senators in a seven-game Fall Classic thriller to take their second title. Black felt with yellow border and tassels has white and orange graphics, including a batsman inside of a baseball and "World's Champions 1925 Pittsburgh." ("World's" was added after the pennant was produced but is of the same vintage. Perhaps it was to upgrade an "N.L." below.). Hall of Famer Max Carey signs in black 6/10 black ink below on the white background below the batsman. Tassels intact. Three small pinholes are the only distractions to speak of. Remarkable condition considering its Roaring Twenties vintage. Measures 25" in length. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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