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    Description

    Olympic Lot with Many Items from 1948 London Games.
    Offered are the following items:

    1948 London Olympics Empire Stadium Wembley ticket stub, dated July 31st.

    1948 London Olympics Empire Stadium Wembley program, dated August 2nd.

    1948 London Olympics Empire Stadium Wembley program, dated August 3rd.

    1948 London Olympics first day cover signed by Wallace Jones, Ralph Beard, Kenny Rollins, and Bob Kurland - all members of the Gold Medal-winning USA basketball team.

    1948 USA basketball team photo, 8x10".

    Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. by PSA/DNA.


    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    May, 2018
    27th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 6
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