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    1971 Quebec Carnavals Game Worn Jersey.
    Most minor league teams of the 1960's and '70's were outfitted with hand-me-downs from the parent club. The Quebec Carnavals weren't under such constrictions. They had their own flannel jerseys which were among the most beautiful to be used on a diamond. The original "Wilson size 44" light blue jersey was worn in 1971 or '72 by a member of the Carnavals. In '71 situational pitcher Bob Williams wore the number while Denis McSween donned the digits a year later. This jersey was on display at an exhibition at Municipal Stadium in Quebec City. "Quebec" is spaced across the chest in two-color tackle twill while "26" is centered on the reverse in single-color royal blue. Interlocking Canadian/American flags accentuate the left sleeve. "71" is sewn directly to the tail and a period size tag occupies the collar. Correspondence between the man who donated the jersey and photos of the prospects who wore it accompany. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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