Summer Games 2004
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This lot is closed. Bidding ended on 7/8/2004.
For residents of New York City, riding the subway and attending baseball games are two things that have always gone hand in hand. For most, the subway represented the only method of transportation to the game, just as it provided many a young lad the easy opportunity to cut out of school early and make it to the game to see their favorite stars play. This 11" x 11" cardboard sign was hung in the New York subway, most likely during the early to mid 50s, and reads "Baseball, Ladies Day Every Friday, Polo Grounds or Yankee Stadium, Train CC to Ball Parks" on one side, and "No Baseball Game Today" on the other. It shows expected wear with some soiling and very light water staining. Also included is a vintage 21-1/2" x 10-1/2" black and white photo of Yankee stadium with a grandstand erected in the outfield and thousands of onlookers packed in. It has been mounted on board and is in very good condition.
Original Polo Grounds/Yankee Stadium Subway Sign and Yankee Stadium Picture (2)
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