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Old 03-04-2018, 11:10 AM
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These ties were awarded to the players and front office staff of the 1971 Pirates by team sponsor Iron City Beer. Clemente's facsimile signature is included. This particular tie originated from the estate of Bob Moose. There is also a black version of this tie I saw on display at the Allegheny Club at Three Rivers many years ago. I recall that one belonging to Bob Prince.
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These ties were awarded to the players and front office staff of the 1971 Pirates by team sponsor Iron City Beer. Clemente's facsimile signature is included. This particular tie originated from the estate of Bob Moose. There is also a black version of this tie I saw on display at the Allegheny Club at Three Rivers many years ago. I recall that one belonging to Bob Prince.
Awesome! Never saw that one before.
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Nice Mike! I've never seen that one either.
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This is the greatest thread ever! What a great idea! I can think of no one more deserving of such a tribute...well, perhaps Jackie.

I am having fun seeing you, the OP, being exposed to pieces you don't have and hoping, for your sake, you will be able to add those to your amazing collection.

Your level of devotion is inspiring!

Thank You

p.s.- I am editing to add that I just notice my post is on page 21 - Cool!
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This is the greatest thread ever! What a great idea! I can think of no one more deserving of such a tribute...well, perhaps Jackie.

I am having fun seeing you, the OP, being exposed to pieces you don't have and hoping, for your sake, you will be able to add those to your amazing collection.

Your level of devotion is inspiring!

Thank You

p.s.- I am editing to add that I just notice my post is on page 21 - Cool!
Thanks Raymond!

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1976 Carnegie Mellon Bus Poster...

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Thanks Raymond!

Day 66

1976 Carnegie Mellon Bus Poster...

While 95% of my collection is through 1973, I make exceptions for things that strike my eye afterwards. This piece certainly does that! Another I have not seen before! What are the dimensions?

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While 95% of my collection is through 1973, I make exceptions for things that strike my eye afterwards. This piece certainly does that! Another I have not seen before! What are the dimensions?

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Howard, it measures approximately 11" x 28"
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1969 Houston Astros vs. Cincinnati Reds program...


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