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1980s Philadelphia Phillies Game-Worn Jersey Lot of (6)

Lot Number 696

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As the Phillies turned to winning ways and advanced to the World Series not once, but twice during the 1980s, these (6) jerseys were donned by franchise staples. Includes:

 

Kiko Garcia 1984 Philadelphia Phillies Game-Worn Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with a red pinstripe pattern and maroon trim lining the shoulders and sides. In maroon satin twill, the club’s “P” logo is sewn to the left breast, while “18” is sewn to the back and right front and “GARCIA” is arched on a nameplate atop the back number. A team logo patch is sewn to the left sleeve, while the cotton-lined collar is home to a swatch with “Garcia” chain stitched in black cursive. On the tapered left front tail, a “Wilson” size “40” label is accompanied by a swatch with chain stitched “84 1” identifiers. The all-original garment shows moderate wear.   

 

Lance Parrish 1987-1988 Philadelphia Phillies Signed Game-Worn Road Jersey: a light-blue knit button-down garment with the script-style “P’ logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white satin twill. In like fashion, “14” is sewn to the back and right front, while “PARRISH” is arched on a nameplate atop the back number in block-style characters. On the lower left front, Parrish has signed in black marker (“9” strength) and inscribed “13.” Maroon-and-white trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a “Rawlings” size “46” label is accompanied by a satin twill strip tag with “PARRISH” chenille stitched in upper-case characters. This all-original gamer shows moderate wear hand-trimmed sleeve endings to facilitate Parrish’s sizable biceps.

 

Jeff Stone 1984 Philadelphia Phillies Signed Game-Worn Road Jersey: a light-blue knit button-down garment with the script-style “P’ logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white satin twill. In like fashion, “26” is sewn to the back and right front, while “STONE” is arched on a nameplate atop the back number in block-style characters. Maroon-and-white trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a swatch features “Stone’ chain stitched in cursive. On the tapered left front tail, a “Wilson” size “40” label is accompanied by a swatch with “84 1 “ identifiers.” This all-original gamer shows light wear.

 

Ozzie Virgil 1985 Philadelphia Phillies Signed Game-Worn Road Jersey: a light-blue knit zippered garment with the script-style “P’ logo sewn to the left breast in maroon-on-white satin twill. In like fashion, “17” is sewn to the back and right front, while “VIRGIL” is arched on a nameplate atop the back number in block-style characters. On the lower left front, Virgil has signed in black marker (“8” strength) and inscribed “game jersey.” Maroon-and-white trim lines the shoulders and sides, while a team logo patch adorns the left sleeve. Within the collar, a swatch features “Virgil” chain stitched in cursive. The left front tail is home to a “Wilson” size “44” label and a swatch with chain stitched identifiers of “85 2.” This all-original gamer shows moderate wear with minimal puckering about the twill components and color fading on the team logo patch.

 

Glenn Wilson 1987 Philadelphia Phillies Signed Game-Worn Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with a red pinstripe pattern and maroon trim lining the shoulders and sides. In maroon twill, the club’s “P” logo is sewn to the left breast, while “12” is sewn to the back and right front and “WILSON” is arched on a nameplate atop the back number. Just above the “P” logo, Wilson has signed in blue marker (“6” strength). A team logo patch is sewn to the left sleeve, while the collar’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” size “42” label and a strip tag with “WILSON” chenille stitched in upper-case characters. The all-original garment shows heavy wear with scattered grass stains and fraying about the twill components. While Wilson wore number “12” for the Phillies from 1985 through 1987, this jersey dates specifically to the latter season as the button-down style replaced the zippered jerseys that year.   

 

Circa-1987 Philadelphia Phillies Game-Worn Home Jersey: a white knit button-down garment with a red pinstripe pattern and maroon trim lining the shoulders and sides. In maroon twill, the club’s “P” logo is sewn to the left breast, while “29” is sewn to the back and right front and “CONLEY” is arched on a nameplate atop the back number. A team logo patch is sewn to the left sleeve, while the collar’s interior is home to a “Rawlings” size “48” label and a strip tag with “CONLEY” chenille stitched in upper-case characters. The all-original garment shows light wear. The jersey was likely worn by an assistant, as no Phillies player of coach wore the number “29” in 1987 (which was also the first year for button-down jerseys in Philly). Additionally, there was no player named “Conley” on any of the Phillies’ minor league affiliates in 1987.

 

Auction LOA from JSA (for autographs).

 

Huggins and Scott is allowing the winning bidder 45 days from the date when payment is received to have the item independently authenticated. Payment must, however, be made within two weeks from the end of the auction. Huggins and Scott is not responsible for any authentication fees or shipping charges incurred by the winning bidder but H&S will refund the hammer price and buyer's premium if the item does not pass authentication with a reputable third party company.

 

 



 
 
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