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  1918 World Series Red Sox vs Cubs
Comiskey Park Game 3 Ticket Stub
 
1918 World Series Game 3 Ticket Stub 
1918 World Series Ticket Stub
Item Details
  • CIRCA - 1918
  • PRINTING COMPANY - The Ansell Ticket Co.
  • SIZE -  1 1/4" x 3" (stub)
  • PRICE GUIDE - $1,100.00-$2,000.00
    Excellent-Near Mint condition

 

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NOTES:
 
    This ticket is from the last World Series the Red Sox would win for 86 years, until 2004, when the "The Curse of the Bambino" was lifted. The Babe did pitch, and win, in Games 1 & 4, and those ticket stubs sell at a premium. Game 3 was played to a crowd of 27,054,  on Sept. 7, 1918 at Comisky Park.  The Red Sox won the game 2-1, and took the World Series in 6 games (4-2) Condition is important. The slightest flaws could bring the price down significantly but World Series tickets from this era are rare and condition could be more forgiven.

Common flaws include; rips, creases, stains, fading and staple holes. It was a common practice for fans to staple a ticket stub to the game scorecard for safe keeping. Ticket stubs that are not ripped cleanly will also sell for less. A "Minty" ticket could sell for more.


 
 
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    Sept. 8 1918 World Series Game 3 Newspaper    
    Sept. 8, 1918 World Series Game 3
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