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    1960's-70's Game Worn Sunglasses from The Brooks Robinson Collection. Ty Cobb is believed to have been the first player to don sunglasses in a Major League game, and here we find another Hall of Famer's personal on-field pair. The flip-up tortoise shell shades exhibit solid game wear but present without damage, retaining even the original dymo tape "Brooks" label affixed to the bridge. Certainly one of the "hippest" relics from The Brooks Robinson Collection. He wears these sunglasses in the image utilized for his 1973 Gold Glove Award. Letter of provenance from Brooks Robinson.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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