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    1964 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Champions Pendant. It was the final year of the Yankees' baseball dominance in 1964, until returning in 1976. Prior to that, the Yanks had appeared in fourteen of sixteen championships since 1949. Facing the pinstripes were the Johnny Keane-led St. Louis Cardinals. Interestingly enough, Yankees skipper Yogi Berra was fired after they lost the series in seven games, while Keane resigned after the series and replaced Berra the next season.

    The offered item is a silver pendant from the Cardinals victory, with the St. Louis logo on the front in silver atop a red stone, and the words "St. Louis Cardinals World Champions" surrounding the stone. The back is simply marked ".925" for the sterling silver quality, with no maker's mark. Pendant is in NM condition and has no tarnishing. Measures approximately 0.75x1."


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    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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