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    1984-85 Butch Carter Game Worn New York Knicks Shooting Jacket from The Gary Carter Collection. Mets fans always had a soft spot for Gary Carter and his magnetic personality. So did the New York Knicks. Butch Carter's career included a stop in New York in 1984-85. This "Gerry Cosby" shooting jacket was worn by Carter during his stay in The Big Apple. We assume it was then gifted to The Kid. The button-up exhibits great use on the two-color tackle twill identifiers. Blue/orange/blue piping surrounds the sleeve ends and tail. A Cosby tag occupies the collar while the inner button path has Sand Knit and exclusivity tags. An oversized NBA logo patch is the cherry on top. Letter of provenance from Sandy Carter. LOA from Heritage Auctions.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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