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1950s Milwaukee Braves Usher's Jacket

Lot Number 633

Quantity: Bid Starts: 09/19/2011 12:00:00 
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Immediate Midwest darlings upon their 1953 arrival in Milwaukee, the Braves paced the Senior Circuit in attendance for each of their first six seasons. A busy attendant wore this usher’s jacket as he directed the throngs to their assigned seats during those memorable summers. The red polyester button-down garment features four gold-colored buttons with “M” in relief and a Native American-themed silhouette patch (with an embroidered “200”) sewn to the left breast. The interior is home to a nylon lining, an inside pocket and a “Rabenn” local distributor’s label.

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