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    1980's Paul Molitor Game Worn Milwaukee Brewers Helmet. If not for a glut of injuries during his prime, Paul Molitor would be much higher up the hit list. When a jumpstart was needed, The Ignitor was almost always there to start it. Worn by the Hall of Fame Brewer is this "American Baseball Cap [size] 7 1/8" helmet. The painted white crown was used by the Brew Crew from Molitor's earliest of days in he big leagues until at least 1985. This helmet shows appropriate use with heavy scuffing on front. Numerous scratches and abrasions appear on the crown as well. A "4" decal is affixed on back and "ABC" is embossed as well. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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