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    1946 St. Louis Cardinals World Series Ticket Stub. 1946 marked the fourth time in the decade that the talented St. Louis Cardinals had the honor of playing for the World Series championship. This time they were matched up with the Boston Red Sox, who they defeated in the seven game series. Here we present an elegant example from that Fall Classic, this one from the Fenway Park side of the series -- a Game 4 stub that granted access to a 4-1 Red Sox victory. Some minor creases are present, but are barely visible considering the design. An overall attractive piece.

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    March, 2008
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