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    1960's Tokyo Giants Game Worn Jersey. They're often called "The New York Yankees of Japan" due to their great popularity and winning tradition, likewise supplying the nation with its own version of Babe Ruth in the form of Home Run King Sadaharu Oh. The presented road grey flannel dates to the era of Oh's active duty, though our inability to locate an English-language roster for this period prohibits us from definitive attribution to any player of this number "67" representation. "Tokyo" is spelled in black and orange felt on the chest, with number "67" applied to front and back in small and large format respectively. Left sleeve announces "Giants." Interior collar holds "Tamazawa" manufacturer's label. No apparent size labels, but jersey measures approximately twenty-two inches across the chest, effectively a size 42. Solid wear evident, but no damage to note. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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