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    1968 Pat Jarvis Game Worn Atlanta Braves Jersey.
    Update: Please note the top button as well as the fourth button from the top are missing.

    Pat Jarvis gained the nickname "The Little Bulldog" by never backing down from a hitter given his diminutive stature. The Braves starter wore this "Spalding size 42" jersey when he was on the road in 1968. Wonderful use is exhibited with moderate puckering on the two-color tackle twill identifiers and numbers. Along the way a number change was instituted on the button-up to its current "15." Joe Torre did wear that number in 1968. A Braves screaming Indian patch is sewn on the left sleeve. We link the jersey to Jarvis because of a swatch in the collar (33 42 68) which denotes player number, size and year of issue. Four tags are sewn in the tail: Spalding, size, washing instructions and "Set 1 1968." LOA from Heritage Auctions.


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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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