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The 1996 season was a special one for the New York Yankees; after a heartbreaking 1995 loss to the Seattle Mariners in the Division championship that would see the final game of Yankee fan favorite Don Mattingly, a new Yankees legend was born: eventual Hall of Famer Derek Jeter, who would launch his Yankees career by winning the Rookie of the Year and helping begin a new Yankees dynasty.  The 1996 World Series victory over the Atlanta Braves was the team's first in 18 years; losing the first two games at home put the team at an early disadvantage that would be overcome as they swept the next four games.  

Presented here is a complete run from that series, consisting of five stubs and one full ticket from the six-game Series.  The five stubs have each been authenticated and encapsulated by PSA, each presenting well with varying degrees of wear (notably the Game 1 stub).  All but one of the stubs (game 4) grade AUTHENTIC, withi the fourth grading NM 7.  We do not see alterations of any kind on the four AUTHENTIC tickets; many ticket collectors ask for "authentic" grades on any ticket that will not grade NM or better, and we believe that to be the case here.  The Game 5 ticket is a gem, a full ticket that exhibits very little wear and has been graded NM-MT 8 by PSA.  Five stubs and one full ticket, a complete run from the magical 1996 World Series.

1996 World Series Ticket Stubs Complete Set (6) w/Full Game 5 Ticket1996 World Series Ticket Stubs Complete Set (6) w/Full Game 5 Ticket1996 World Series Ticket Stubs Complete Set (6) w/Full Game 5 Ticket
1996 World Series Ticket Stubs Complete Set (6) w/Full Game 5 Ticket
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Final prices include buyers premium.: $338
Number Bids: 12
Auction closed on Sunday, April 12, 2020.
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