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    1981 Gary Carter Game Worn Montreal Expos Jersey. Blessed with an infectious smile which could carry a baseball team, Gary Carter was a leader wherever he went. Carter first made his impression on the baseball world when he surfaced with the Montreal Expos in 1974. From there he built a Hall of Fame career as a catcher. The Kid donned this "Wilson size 44" jersey in front of the home crowd in 1981. The button-up knit garment has staining about five inches below the Expos name and the left sleeve end. The team name is featured in tri-color tackle twill while the other identifiers are crafted in single-color blue. A lone Wilson tag is sewn in the collar while the tail features an "81 1" swatch denoting the year and set number. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    October, 2018
    18th-19th Thursday-Friday
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