(42) Assorted Pennants with Mays Signed, Mostly Vintage 
Lot Number 923
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The assembled collection contains a total of (42) full-sized pennants, ranging from the 1960s to a few modern examples. Unless otherwise noted these pennants do not have pinholes or clipped points, though varying degrees of minor wear may be spotted. The prized piece of the lot may be the 1973 “Say Hey” banner signed by then-Met Willie Mays (“9” given the surface). Other highlights include 1960s Tigers with colored logo, 1960s Yankees stadium souvenir, 1969 (6/8/69) Mickey Mantle Day, 1969 San Francisco Giants, 1969 San Francisco 49ers (odd color-scheme, pin holes), 1969 Los Angeles Rams and 1977 All-Star Game Yankee Stadium. There is a small run of scroll pennants for the 1979 Pirates, 1980 Phillies, 1982 Cardinals NL Champs, 1983 Orioles AL Champs (tough), 1984 Tigers, 1986 Red Sox AL Champs (trim, hole-punched) and 1986 Mets NL Champs (trim, hole-punched) and a small run of Pirates pennants that include the 1970s (colored logo), 1971 World Champs and (2) 1979 World Champs (1 slightly clipped point). With many more pennants from the 1970s, any potential bidders should visit our website for a list of the remaining pennants.

The remaining pennants include:

1980 Phillies World Series, National League Champs

1986 Giants NFC Eastern Division Champs

(2) 1986 Giants Super Bowl Champs

1992 Camden Yards Inaugural Opener LE (/10000)

and 1995 Cal Ripken, Jr. 2131 commemorative. Mid-1970s/Early-1980s style: Army, Cincinnati Reds, Chicago Bears, Chicago Black Hawks (clipped point, pin holes), Green Bay Packers, Houston Oilers, Kansas City Royals (edge wear), Los Angeles Dodgers, (2) Los Angeles Rams, (2) New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, (2) New York Mets, NOTRE DAME and Philadelphia Flyers. Given the material some of the lighter colored examples may show some discoloration on the reverses. 
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