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Description: Incredible panel of (3) connected full tickets to the 1915 World Series. Exceptional rarity may indeed be the only survivor of its type; complete unused tickets to all (3) World Series game played in Philadelphia between the Phillies and Boston Red Sox in their original connected form as issued. Note that the ticket labeled "Game 3" represents the 5th and deciding game in which Boston won the Series and was the third game played in Philadelphia (Games 3 and 4 took place in Boston). The Series was a historic event with a young Babe Ruth making his post-season debut and Woodrow Wilson attended Game 2 marking the first time a President watched a World Series game live. Chipping and edge/corner wear are largely confined to the left and upper edges. There are minute tears along the upper and lower edges and a 1" separation along the perforation to the right of Game (3) rain check portion which ends at the start of tear which runs vertically through 3/4 of that particular ticket. Backs show residue from mounting with small area of paper loss: Technical GD/VG with VG/EX or better appearance.
Estimated Price Range: ($4,000-$6,000)
Current EST:  10/17/17 5:30:25 AM
  Sold for Price: $5,500.00;