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    1911 Chicago Cubs Ticket Booklet with 18 Unused. Highly attractive for its intense rarity and world class graphics, this little booklet is serial number 1, an honor bestowed upon Mrs. Charles W. Murphy, the wife of the club president. It appears that her interest in baseball was not as great as her husband's, as just a few tickets appear to have been removed from the perforated edges and used--eighteen still remain in place. Unused Dead Ball Era tickets are exceedingly rare and highly coveted, though it would be a shame to remove them from the booklet. This is the first such specimen we've ever encountered, in fine condition with only light handling wear.

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    April, 2011
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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