World Series Programs
World Series and All-Star Game programs are as much a part of baseball as peanuts and beer. The fact that these programs were sold at the actual events draws a large range of appeal to collectors of all caliber.
Pre- 1920 World Series Programs are the highest priced publication in the market and virtually impossible to acquire due to age, condition, and price. World Series Programs after 1935 are easier to find and, although pricey on their own, are relatively affordable compared to the pre-war programs.
By Dean Hanley
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