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FIRST ISSUE SPORTS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE ( WITH BASEBALL CARDS)
Age. See below
Composition. Paper
Size. 11 high x 8 " wide
Rating: 6
Comments. This is the first issue of Sports Illustrated which is dated August 16, 1954. The cover depicts a night baseball game in Milwaukee and what appears to be a packed stadium. It has 144 pages and includes articles on baseball, horse racing, golf and more. The baseball card pages are present and include such greats as Ted Williams, Jackie Robinson, Duke Snider, Willie Mays as well as Mel Parnell. This magazine is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wear/tears on the cover, page browning and has some soiling/stains. A must-have for the Sports Illustrated in your dugout.

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