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1970s-1980s Atlanta Braves Game-Worn Lot of (3)

Lot Number 1213

Quantity: Bid Starts: 04/26/2019 12:00:00 
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While it didn’t quite match the success of the franchise’s second location (a 13-year stop during which the club never endured a losing season), the Braves tenure in Atlanta has been headlined by the owner’s venture into cable television and a string of 14 successive division titles. These (3) items were worn by members of the Braves during their stay in the deep south. Includes:

 

Cecil Upshaw 1971 Game-Worn Home Pants: worn during the club’s final season before switching to knit material, the cream-colored flannel leg wear features a blue pinstripe pattern, a one-button, zippered fly, six belt loops and two cotton-lined back pockets. Within the cotton-lined waistband, a “Wilson” label has a handwritten notation of “35” and is accompanied by a swatch with chenille-stitched identifiers reading: “Upshaw 1971-19-set 1.” There are (4) holes in the crotch (as tailored) to facilitate ventilation. Heavy wear is evident with color fading throughout and elasticity loss at the leg openings.

 

Late-1980s Game-Worn Batting Practice Jersey: a blue mesh pullover garment with “Braves” angled across the chest in red-on-white applique (with a tomahawk logo applied just below) and “12” displayed on the back in like fashion. Within the V-neck, a “Wilson” label denotes size “42.” Light wear is evident, as the applique components remain crack-free. The player possibilities are numerous and, absent a player name, impossible to pinpoint.

 

1970s Game-Worn Jacket: a blue satin-lined button-down garment with “Braves” angled across the chest in white twill. Within the 3-1/4” collar, a “Wilson” label denotes size “42.” Light wear.

 

Huggins and Scott is allowing the winning bidder 45 days from the date when payment is received to have the item independently authenticated. Payment must, however, be made within two weeks from the end of the auction. Huggins and Scott is not responsible for any authentication fees or shipping charges incurred by the winning bidder but H&S will refund the hammer price and buyer's premium if the item does not pass authentication with a reputable third party company.

 



 
 
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