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    1989 Mickey Mantle Old Timer's Game Worn New York Yankees Jersey. A playing-days flannel will set you back to the tune of six figures, so this genuine Mickey Mantle game worn Yankees jersey makes for a very attractive alternative. It was sported by the fifty-eight year old Mick as he delighted fans with a return to competition in an Old Timer's game, boasting a bold block-lettered "New York" across the chest and his fabled number "7" on verso. A chain-stitched "Mantle 89 2" swatch appears at interior collar above authentication stickers from MEARS and Prova Group, the former assigning an unimprovable A10 rating to the garment. Proper "Wilson" label in the lower left front tail holds size "46" and "BP" flap tags. Wear is appropriate for an exhibition game's use. Jersey once was accompanied by a bat boy's letter, but that has been lost over the years. LOA from MEARS, A10. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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