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Old 02-28-2017, 08:54 PM
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Thanks for the info and link Dewey!
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Old 02-28-2017, 09:07 PM
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The ticket looks good but I have four Pirates tix from 1972 from the Field Box, First Level seating that were priced at $4.15 too. I'm not familiar with all of the Pirates pricing that season but would two tickets in different areas of the stadium be the same exact price? Another thing I found interesting is the way the ticket is torn at the bottom compared to the ones I have. To get a straight tear right under that wording would be very difficult from what I can see. As you can see the wording - NO MONEY REFUNDED - is directly under that pretty close together. Not saying it's impossible but the tear looks too straight to me. I wonder if there's a chance this ticket could have been trimmed?

Here's a link to a couple of other Clemente 3000 hit stub examples that are on another website for what it's worth:
http://chicagotix.com/Baseball.shtml
Dewey , straight off the bat I respect your assessment and concern on this ticket and have done business with you and would like to continue doing so ,
for me
the ticket stub tear being even is not unusual to find , I have seen many examples of Tickets where the line is perfectly straight ,
looking on ebay right now there are literally hundreds of clean and straight edge ticket stubs on them ,it is quite possible the ticket excess may have been removed or just torn carefully at the turnstile , also having a trimmed edge on a ticket is only a factor if it is slabbed and a grade is required , if it is Authentic Only , no condition reference is mentioned includes any writing or paper loss , Printing of tickets in the 1970's and earlier was a Letterpress production , that printing process would be hard to replicate with out that now out dated printing method that requires certain types of out dated hard to find equipment , let alone trying to find the pre colored old cover stock to print on , This ticket will not win any best in show
in my opinion I have no doubt its real , and I would pay what ever it was sold for on ebay with out hesitation
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Old 02-28-2017, 09:47 PM
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David, I agree with you completely. I am not doubting the tickets authenticity. I was just comparing it to the tear on all my 1972 stubs, especially where the tear is located. As long as the buyer is happy with it that all that matters. Regardless, it's a sweet ticket stub!

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Dewey , straight off the bat I respect your assessment and concern on this ticket and have done business with you and would like to continue doing so ,
for me
the ticket stub tear being even is not unusual to find , I have seen many examples of Tickets where the line is perfectly straight ,
looking on ebay right now there are literally hundreds of clean and straight edge ticket stubs on them ,it is quite possible the ticket excess may have been removed or just torn carefully at the turnstile , also having a trimmed edge on a ticket is only a factor if it is slabbed and a grade is required , if it is Authentic Only , no condition reference is mentioned includes any writing or paper loss , Printing of tickets in the 1970's and earlier was a Letterpress production , that printing process would be hard to replicate with out that now out dated printing method that requires certain types of out dated hard to find equipment , let alone trying to find the pre colored old cover stock to print on , This ticket will not win any best in show
in my opinion I have no doubt its real , and I would pay what ever it was sold for on ebay with out hesitation
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Paul very nice ticket, great addition to your already outstanding collection. Enjoy this item for years to come.
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Old 03-01-2017, 01:20 PM
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Paul very nice ticket, great addition to your already outstanding collection. Enjoy this item for years to come.
Thanks Hugh!!
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Sorry for the late post but for the last week I have been in a panic searching for this ticket to share. I found it today whew! Nonetheless, here is a red unused ticket to opening day 1971. As you can see it has water staining on the upper left portion of the ticket which resulted in a loss of dye and exposes the paper stock beneath which is consistent with your stub. It sounds like you have already received confirmation but I thought I would add to the evidence for you.
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Old 03-08-2017, 09:13 PM
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Sorry for the late post but for the last week I have been in a panic searching for this ticket to share. I found it today whew! Nonetheless, here is a red unused ticket to opening day 1971. As you can see it has water staining on the upper left portion of the ticket which resulted in a loss of dye and exposes the paper stock beneath which is consistent with your stub. It sounds like you have already received confirmation but I thought I would add to the evidence for you.
Thanks for sharing Mike! Although I've been assured the ticket is real, seeing one with similar discoloration will let me sleep easier.
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nice pickup!
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it is quite possible the ticket excess may have been removed or just torn carefully at the turnstile
Before the Mets started to use barcodes and scan tickets, I would pre-fold my tickets back and forth a number of times before presenting it to the ticket-taker, to ensure a perfect tear.
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Before the Mets started to use barcodes and scan tickets, I would pre-fold my tickets back and forth a number of times before presenting it to the ticket-taker, to ensure a perfect tear.
Haha! I used to do the same thing.
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