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1980s-2000s Minnesota Twins Apparel Lot of (4)

Lot Number 1484

Quantity: Bid Starts: 07/26/2019 12:00:00 
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With double the amount of World Series titles as their predecessors from the Nation’s Capital, the Minnesota Twins have established their own identity and make a bold fashion statement in this lot of (4) team-issued and/or game-worn apparel items. Includes:

 

Late-1980s Warm-Up Jacket: a blue satin-like button-down garment with “Twins” and “27” displayed near the left breast in red and white applique. On the lower interior of the right-side button path, a “Rawlings” label is accompanied by a size “XL” flap tag. Solid wear is evident with what appear to be tobacco stains on the front. Based on the numeric identifier and tagging style, the jacket was most likely worn by outfielder Mark Davidson during the 1987 and/or 1988 seasons.

 

1990s-2000s Jacket: a blue nylon pullover garment with “Twins” sewn across the chest in red-on-white twill, while red trim lines the shoulders. Within the mesh-lined zippered collar, a “Majestic” label is accompanied by a size “XL” flap tag. An MLB silhouette logo resides atop the back. Minimal wear.

 

1990s Windbreaker: a blue nylon pullover garment with “M” embroidered to the left breast in red-on-white. Within the two-button collar, a “Diamond Collection” label denotes size “L.” Minimal wear.  

 

Late-1980s-1990s Jacket: a blue satin-like button-down garment with “M” sewn to the left breast in red-on-white twill. There are two front pockets, while blue-white-and-red striped stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, waistline and sleeve endings. Within the cotton-lined collar, a “Chalk Line” label is accompanied by a size “XXL” flap tag. Very minimal wear. Based on the tagging, we are not certain that this jacket was issued by the team and/or worn by a Twins player or coach.

 

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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