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    1958-64 Dallas Rangers Game Worn Jersey and Pants. The Dallas Rangers were a staple in the minors from 1958-64 and looked the part when wearing this flannel jersey and pants combination.
    Taking a page out of the Detroit Tigers playbook is this pinstriped flannel jersey with a similarly fonted "D"proudly displayed over the heart. Black material highlights the neckline and button path. Secured in the collar is a "Lowe & Campbell Athletic Goods [size] 42" tag. "14" is instituted on back in the original felt material. Light surface degradation is present on the felt identifiers but it is minimal. Also included are a pair of period pinstriped pants. While we cannot definitively say they were worn by the Rangers, there are a few numbers in the waistline suggesting multiple seasons of use. No manufacturer's tags present. A white belt is still in-place. LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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