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In 1957, the 95-59 National League Champion Milwaukee Braves defeated the A.L. Champion New York Yankees in an exciting, seven-game World Series. Milwaukee's ace right-hander Lew Burdette (17-9) proved to be too much for the Yankees as he notched three victories during the series and struck out a total of 13 Bronx Bombers. This lot features a rare 1957 Milwaukee Braves World Series Champion money clip. This two-inch long, 10-karat gold money clip, made by Balfour, sports Milwaukee's old "Indian Brave" logo wearing a white enamel feather that reads "Braves" in gold and a red crown that reads "1957 WORLD CHAMPS" in gold. The reverse is hallmarked "LGB 10K". A great memento celebrating Milwaukee's and Hammering' Hank Aaron's one and only World Series title. Presents in NM condition.

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Number Bids: 12
Auction closed on Saturday, September 28, 2019.
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