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The 1953 Brooklyn Dodgers were the toast of the National League, winning the Senior Circuit pennant by a cavernous 13-game margin over the Milwaukee Braves. Led by the formidable Roy Campanella, who won the second of his three National League MVP Awards in 1953, and his fellow Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese, and Duke Snider, the Dodgers orchestrated their second straight pennant-winning season. Although the Dodgers fell to the Yankees in the World Series, “The Bums” were only two seasons away from their franchise’s first World Series title.

Offered here is a gold money clip celebrating the 1953 National League Champion Brooklyn Dodgers. This clip has a design on the front that includes a round baseball that has “NATIONAL” and “LEAGUE” along the top with the initials "MG" and bottom, with “CHAMPS” in the middle. On the base is “19 * DODGERS * 53”. The clip is in good overall condition and comes with a black custom fold-out storage box.

1953 Brooklyn Dodgers National League Champs Money Clip
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Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $960.00
Number Bids: 14
Auction closed on Sunday, July 19, 2020.
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