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Circa 1940s American and National League All-Star Pennants
Starting Bid - $300, Sold For - $360
Matching pair of pennants, lettered, respectively, "National League All Stars" and "American League All Stars," issued for baseball's annual midsummer classic during the 1940s. Each pennant is similarly designed with illustrations of eight baseballs, each bearing the name of one of the league's eight clubs. The American League pennant is constructed of blue felt with a red left border, while the National League pennant features the opposite color scheme of red felt and a blue left border. Excellent to Mint condition overall, with the American League pennant displaying a tiny clip at the tip. This is a high-grade pair seldom seen offered together. The National League pennant measures 25.25 inches; the American League pennant measures 25 inches. Reserve $300. Estimate (open). SOLD FOR $360
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