Historical Hockey Memorabilia Auction Winter 2017
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 3/8/2017
A charter member of the American league in 1901, the Detroit Tigers had formerly played in the Western League, which was the minor league predecessor to the American League. Despite winning consecutive pennants behind the legendary Ty Cobb from 1907-1909, the Tigers would only advance to their 5th Fall Classic championship in 1935. The Chicago Cubs had fared better than the Tigers, with their appearance in the 1935 World Series their 3rd in seven years. Going just six games, the Tigers would claim their first championship in franchise history. We have an unscored program for the Series, issued at Navin Field. A roaring tiger is featured on the cover of the 8 ¼” x 10 ¾” publication, with all pages tightly bound including the line-up. A vertical crease along with a fold are present, with tiny separations along the top and bottom of the spine, with a small cover tear repaired with tape on the reverse. Light wear along the spine should also be mentioned, with toning also present.
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