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    1961 Harry Bright Game Worn Washington Senators Inaugural Season Jersey. Inaugural season game worn jerseys have always held a special place in the hearts of uniform collectors, who recognize their historical significance and unique styles. A premium has always been placed on such artifacts, regardless of whether they belong to star or common players. Harry Bright was journeyman utility player who spend eight years in the Major Leagues with five teams. He was also a member of the Washington Senators during the inaugural season of their second incarnation in 1961 (today they are the Texas Rangers). On offer here is Bright's first-year Senators jersey. The zipper-front, home white pinstripe flannel has "Senators" arched across the front in red tackle twill trimmed in blue. The back has "10" also in red/blue. A large "Wilson 44" tag is in the tail with "1961" stitched in black on a smaller felt swatch tag below. The jersey exhibits fine game wear and has no alterations. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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