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The 1964 World Series represented the end of an era for the New York Yankees, as Hall of Famers Mickey Mantle and Whitey Ford made their last appearance in the Fall Classic. This was the fifth time the Yankees met the Cardinals in the World Series, with each team claiming two previous championships against the other. This World Series also featured a sibling rivalry, with Ken Boyer of the Cardinals facing off against his brother, Clete. The Cardinals won the championship, defeating the Yankees in seven games behind two wins from World Series MVP Bob Gibson. Offered here is a commemorative silver bowl that was made for the 1964 World Series. This bowl has a round base and has etched on the sided “1964 WORLD SERIES NEW YORK YANKEES A.L. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS N.L.” and “CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION” below with the Chrysler logo to the left. This piece is in good condition, displaying only slight tarnish.

1964 World Series Commemorative Silver Bowl - New York Yankees vs. St. Louis Cardinals
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Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $799.50
Number Bids: 10
Auction closed on Sunday, July 19, 2020.
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