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    1932 Summer Olympic Complete Tickets and Placard Lot of 5. Officially known as the "Games of the X Olympiad", the 1932 Olympics were help in Los Angeles. Boasting many Olympic firsts, the Games may be best known for Babe Didrikson winning two gold medals, one for the javelin throw and one for the high hurdles event. We offer four tickets, two for Equestrian Sports, one for Swimming, and one for American Football. Additionally there is an 8x10" black and white placard from the games. The Equestrian tickets are in near pristine condition. The Swimming ticket does exhibit a small paper loss on the bottom front edge, some staining and pencil markings on the verso. The football ticket has some significant paper loss on the right front edge and upper right corner with ink staining on the front of the ticket in four places.

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    June, 2008
    8th Sunday
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