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Old 02-16-2017, 09:32 AM
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I don't know how long the Red Sox had that advertisement on the back of their stubs (Filene's Men's Store) but I saw that same one on ticket stubs from the early to mid 50's on eBay.

A ticket stub from 1948 had the same ad from a business called Jordan Marsh so that one is probably from late 1940's and the ones with Coleman Bros. are probably from mid-40's.

Search around on eBay and you'll see examples.
Yes I think you are dead on. I need to figure out the system to the madness on these.
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Stephen - I was going thru my stuff, and recalled I had this program from July, 1953, with a similar stub with a Filene's add on the back. Appears to match a few of the stubs you have shown. Hope this helps some.

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Anymore examples from anyone would help. I have a ladies day stub same color from 55. Look below. Maybe this can help?

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Been scouring google and can't find anything on these seats. anyone know anything? I'd really appreciate it.







these tickets based purely on admission pricing would be in line with MLB admission price increases after WWII pre war almost all MLB teams had $1.10 Grand Stand and .55 cent bleacher before 1945
so these are more likley 1946 -1949 because in the early 1950's average admission price for grandstand was increased to $1.25 in most ball parks
and the tickets with $1 bleacher admission could be late 60's just based on the higher admission price

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these tickets based purely on admission pricing would be in line with MLB admission price increases after WWII pre war almost all MLB teams had $1.10 Grand Stand and .55 cent bleacher before 1945
so these are more likley 1946 -1949 because in the early 1950's average admission price for grandstand was increased to $1.25 in most ball parks
and the tickets with $1 bleacher admission could be late 60's just based on the higher admission price

Thanks so much! Yes I think you are right.
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Interesting. The stub I showed, with a $1.20 price, was stapled to the 1953 program. I took it right out of a scrapbook, so fairly certain it is '53. Funny story about how I got those programs and stubs..

Last year I went to an estate sale, where the online preview pictured boxes of scrapbooks, with a few pages shown that had Yankees programs. I got to the sale early and was #3 on line outside the house. Door opened and #1 and #2 (who were together) made a beeline to the upstairs where there were about 10 boxes full of scrapbooks - each box had about 10 books in it.

#1 and #2 put their hands on a few boxes and said "we got them all". The boxes were being sold of $20 a piece for everything in the box!!. Fine...I was one number too late...BUT then they proceed to open the boxes and look through them. I was like WTF?? Either take them all and go and pay, or move aside while you look through them and let others have a crack at some of the boxes.

I spoke up and they said "we have them all" but still proceeded to dig through the boxes to see what was in them. I was like, F this Sh-T, and took a box and left to pay. Words were exchanged, we got into a bit of a pushing match, but I left with my box. Ended up with a box of scrapbooks that had a couple dozen Yankees and Red Sox programs, some with the stubs attached - all for $20. Turns out the owner was a huge Yankee fan, went to many home and away games with family and friends, and all the programs had notes on who attended the games.
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Thanks so much! Yes I think you are right.
my expertise is in UNDATED NY Yankees Tickets so I base info on similar
examples tickets with same pricing
here is our article about the subject of Undated NY Yankees tickets posted on PSA website

http://www.psacard.com/Articles/Arti...-1933-1947-era
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my expertise is in UNDATED NY Yankees Tickets so I base info on similar
examples tickets with same pricing
here is our article about the subject of Undated NY Yankees tickets posted on PSA website

http://www.psacard.com/Articles/Arti...-1933-1947-era
Yes I am familiar with that, however that article only took me so far
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Yes I am familiar with that, however that article only took me so far
HERE IS ANOTHER SITE I collaborated with about tickets
http://keymancollectibles.com/tickets/grandstand.htm

it has all the pricing Grandstand and bleacher tickets for New York Yankee tickets
1923-1979
the New York Yankees led the way in many areas especially in ticket pricing
during this time many Big league teams followed suit to some degree
and these prices were approved my MLB and certain tax laws
when you see dated tickets from same year for other teams their prices are very close so you can gauge certain time period if not exact year
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HERE IS ANOTHER SITE I collaborated with about tickets
http://keymancollectibles.com/tickets/grandstand.htm

it has all the pricing Grandstand and bleacher tickets for New York Yankee tickets
1923-1979
the New York Yankees led the way in many areas especially in ticket pricing
during this time many Big league teams followed suit to some degree
and these prices were approved my MLB and certain tax laws
when you see dated tickets from same year for other teams their prices are very close so you can gauge certain time period if not exact year
HAHAHA i used that one too. You're the man though
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HAHAHA i used that one too. You're the man though

as you can see I dont have a life, retired old geezer just trolling internet sites looking for tickets to add to my collection and help out where I can an giving my two pennys worth
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