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Opening Day 1923 Yankee Stadium Framed Memorabilia
ITEM#: 11405817Own a piece of the house that Ruth built. Framed photo of Yankee Stadium opening day in 1923. Includes an actual piece of Yankee Stadium memorabilia, story card and a certificate of authenticity.
- Own this piece of baseball history with this Yankee Stadium memorabilia
- 10x12-inch collectible is perfect for any devoted baseball fan
- MLB licensed 'Opening Day' archival photo features a crowd of 74,200 spectators
- Showcases the April 19, 1923 opening day of Yankee Stadium
- Collectible includes a story card and certificate of authenticity
|Type||Baseballs, Cards, Pictures & Prints|
|Pro Baseball Team||New York Yankees|
|Dimensions||12 in. W x 10 in. H x 1 in. D|
|Country of Origin||United States|
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The information contained in this print is pretty neat concerning the build of the stadium.Read More
Was very pleased she I received. Not Yankee fans but my husband was born in N.Y. & loved Yankee stadium. Thought this would make him smile on his BirthdayRead More
great pic authentic arrived on timeRead More
I gave it as a gift to someone I work with. He really enjoyed itRead More
This was a vey good gift to give a die hard Yankee fan.Read More
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