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Lot # 224: 1960s-2000s New York Mets & Knicks Collection w/World Series Tickets (110+)

Starting Bid: $50.00

Bids: 3 (Bid History)

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Item was in Auction "2024 Spring Pop-Up",
which ran from 5/5/2024 7:00 PM to
5/20/2024 12:05 AM



Presented is an extensive New York Mets' ephemera offering that comes from the personal collection of a long-time former Mets' season ticket holder. The collection of 110+ items contains yearbooks, programs, tickets, and assorted other memorabilia of the Mets, plus a few New York Knicks and New York Jets items. A sampling of the myriad offerings: New York Mets' Yearbooks - 1964, '69 (2), '82, '84, '91, 2013, '20; Mets' Programs - 1983, '86, (2, different editions), '98, 2013, '14 (2), '15, '16 (2, different editions), '16 (post season), '19 (spring training), 2000; New York Daily News newspapers headlining the Mets' 1969 NL pennant and Miracle World Series Win (3 different days). The newspapers, however, are folded, faded and damaged; Mets' Media Guide - 2000; New York Mets 2015 World Series Full Tickets to Game 4 (1), Game 5 (2); World Series Programs - 1969, '81, 2015; All-Star Game Programs - 2000 (2); 13 New York Knicks' Yearbooks - 2011-12 and '20-'21; New York Jets - 2006 Preview Book; Knicks Full 1993 NBA phantom Finals Tickets (the Knicks did not make the '93 Finals). The collection also contains a National Baseball Hall of Fame 75 Years Anniversary member's pin. Most of the remainder of the offering includes various Mets' ticket stubs. The condition of the entire offering varies. Many of the yearbooks, programs, etc., are in reasonable condition, especially considering the age of some of the vintage items, and have some minor paper loss, or slight stains, folds, or other imperfections. Some of the yearbooks, programs etc. are in nice condition. The offering weighs 39 lbs. In particular, the collection will prove very interesting for Mets aficionados and fans of New York City professional sports.

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