1952 BROOKLYN DODGERS "1952 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS" W/FOUR HOF'ERS LARGE BUTTON (DATE VARIETY).
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Scarce, 3.5", no maker with faint union bug back stamp. The 1952 Brooklyn Dodgers stormed through the National League regular season, winning the pennant with a record of 96-57 under manager Chuck Dressen. The Dodgers were led by a quartet of future National Baseball Hall of Famers on offense: Duke Snider (OF), Pee Wee Reese (SS), Jackie Robinson (2B - back row, third from left) and Roy Campanella (C - middle row, fifth from right). Brooklyn would take on the mighty New York Yankees in the 1952 World Series, falling just short of a championship when they lost the seventh and decisive game. Reverse bar pin has tiny raised bump by the "2", more felt than seen. Also, in reflected light there are many mostly dot sized tiny surface indents on the celluloid. This area is mostly on the left side in the area of the second through fifth players plus a little below the player sitting cross-legged in the center front row. These dots are not deep and are much like buttons acquire from bumping against pins when bagged in quantity. Viewed straight on, the button is still visually Mint. VF. See next rare undated matching button. Paul Muchinsky Collection Book Example.
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