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Baseball Milestone Ticket Lot of (5) With (4) Signed Including R. Jackson, Ryan and Winfield - All JSA

Lot Number 973

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Description

Baseball milestones were witnessed by the bearers of these (5) vouchers, (4) of which have been autographed by their Hall of Fame subjects! Signatures average (“9-10”) potency and include: Reggie Jackson: 500th home run ticket (inscribed “500”); (3) Nolan Ryan: sixth no-hitter, 300th win and seventh no-hitter (not signed); Dave Winfield: 3000th hit. Individual JSA certs/stickers. More on our website.

Reggie Jackson Signed 500th Home Run Full Ticket: framed to 10-1/8 x 14-7/8”, the display showcases a September 17, 1984 Anaheim Stadium “View Level” voucher signed by Jackson in blue marker and inscribed “500.” The ticket presents minimally (EX-MT). Accenting the display is a limited edition (392/500) 1986 Gartlan plaque. Did you know … ? Reggie Jackson hit his first career home run on September 17, 1967 and hit his 500th exactly 17 years later on the same date!

 

Nolan Ryan Signed Sixth No-Hitter Full Ticket: framed to 14-3/8 x 17-1/8”, the display features a June 11, 1990 Oakland-Alameda County Stadium ticket signed in blue marker. Accenting the display is a color photo of Ryan being congratulated after his triumph. The ticket presents (NM).

 

Nolan Ryan 300th Win Signed Full Ticket: framed to 18-1/8 x 12-5/8”, the display features a July 31, 1991 Milwaukee County Stadium ticket si8gne din blue marker. Accompanying is a color photo of Ryan delivering the game’s final pitch. The ticket presents (NM).

 

Dave Winfield 3000th Hit Signed Ticket: issued at the HHH Metrodome on September 16, 1993, the full ticket is signed in blue marker and presents (EX-MT).

 

Also included is a May 1, 1991 Arlington Stadium full ticket (unsigned) from the game in which Nolan Ryan beat the Toronto Blue Jays for his record seventh career no-hitter. The ticket is displayed in a Lucite holder and presents beautifully, though there is a small strip of transparent tape adhered to the reverse.  

 

Frames included with lots: while we make every effort to protect the frames included in these lots during pre-auction storage and post-auction shipping, we are not responsible for any damage to the frames themselves, and no refunds will be given due to frame damage.

 

 



 
 
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