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    1957 Milt Bolling Game Worn Washington Senators Jersey. The Washington Senators went way into the future when they opened their season in 1957. For the first time in uniform history, a 3-D look was incorporated into a baseball team's design. Presented for bidder consideration is this Milt Bolling "Wilson 42" home pinstriped gamer. While the team name has been restored to resemble its original state, the reverse numbers show excellent season-long use. Remnants of where the original team name stood are visible on the restoration. The has a fully functional zipper on front and ventilation holes under the arms to suppress the heat. The tail has a Wilson size tag, washing instructions label and "1957" year swatch. "Bolling" is stitched to a swatch in the collar although the end of the name has suffered surface degradation. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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