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    1929 Philadelphia Athletics Framed Panoramic Team Photograph. When you can take the field with names like Cochrane, Foxx, Simmons, Collins and Grove, with Connie Mack at the helm, there's a pretty good chance you might walk away with a World Series Championship. And the 1929 Philadelphia Athletics did exactly that, running up a ridiculous 104-46 record before dispatching the Chicago Cubs in 5 games. Offered is an extremely high grade panoramic photograph capturing twenty-eight members of that 1929 World Champion Athletics at Philadelphia's Shibe Park. The offered specimen was likely produced just prior to the World Series, as the printed caption in the upper right corner reads: Philadelphia "Athletics" American League Pennant Winners "1929." This magnificent period photo has been professionally framed and matted to the dimensions of 16.5x39" and displays magnificently, boasting unmatched clarity and contrast throughout.


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