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    Late 1960's Gary Carter Personal High School Letterman's Jacket and Blanket from The Gary Carter Collection. An attendee of Sunny Hills High School, in Fullerton, California, Gary Carter excelled at football as a quarterback and baseball as an infielder. After receiving more than 100 scholarships, Carter signed a letter of intent with UCLA as quarterback, but later signed with the Expos in the MLB.

    Presented here is Carter's original high school letterman's jacket from Sunny Hills. A beautiful black wool jacket, it displays attractive patches on the front and sleeves, and "Whiting" tag in the tag (Carter embroidered in black thread).

    Also included is Carter's Sunny Hills blanket. Measuring at 5x6', it exhibits minimal wear throughout. Letter of provenance from Sandy Carter.


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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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