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    1931 World Series, 1943 All-Star Game & 1945 War Relief Game Ticket Stubs Lot of 3. Here is a nice mixture of interesting ticket stubs, starting with a beautiful 1931 World Series A's vs. Cardinals Game 4 stub. Written neatly on the stub is the winning pitcher and final score: "Earnshaw, A's-3, Cards-0." With no creasing and only the writing to detract, this grades at a VG but presents far better. Next up is a colorful 1943 All Star Game ticket stub in VG. Finally, a 1945 War Relief Benefit Game stub recounts the era of World War II fundraising games. This ticket presents as Near Mint, but the penciled in score on the back discounts it to VG.

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    May, 2014
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