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    1953-64 Mickey Mantle World Series Home Run Ticket Stubs Lot of 13. The truly great ones always come up big when the stakes are highest, and the Mick's record of eighteen World Series home runs speaks for itself. Here we present thirteen stubs used by fans on hand to witness his October heroics. 1) 1953 Game 2, EX with uneven gate tear. 2) 1953 Game 2, G-VG with writing. 3) 1956 Game 4, VG. 4) 1956 Game 5, PSA VG 3. 5) 1957 Game 3, VG. 6) 1958 Game 2, EX. 7) 1958 Game 2, PSA NM 7. 8) 1960 Game 2, VG. 9) 1960 Game 3, Poor. 10) 1963 Game 4, VG appearance but tape and paper loss on verso. 11) 1964 Game 3, VG-EX. 12) 1964 Game 6, NM. 13) 1964 Game 7, NM.

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    November, 2011
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