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    Circa 1910s "Ki-Yi" Baseball Uniform. Exceptional exemplar of the vintage stylings prevalent in the baseball uniforms of the 1910s in on full display with the uniform that we present here. The offering consists of a gray wool jersey, pants and cap, with the jersey carrying the word "KI YI" in black felt attached to the button row. A "K" patch is also found on the left sleeve. Tagging in collar and pants come from the Clarence E. Miller manufacturer and have a handwritten "Sullivan" to indicate the wearer's name. The cap has a short visor that was customary at the time to go with its leather headband. Wear is prominent and it appears as if the button on top may have been re-attached. While there is much expected wear to these garments, condition is still splendid and this uni would make for a fine display piece. While a belt is included strictly for aesthetic purposes, it must be divulged that it is not original and is a modern example.

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    June, 2008
    22nd Sunday
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