Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbits Field Jim Beam Sealed Decanter

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 26,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
Up for bid: a very rare and in mint condition: Jim Beam Bicentennial Bourbon "The Saturday Evening Post" April, 23, 1949 Decanters. What of our Future. Cover Painting by Norman Rockwell. The Decanter Holds 4/5 Quart Kentucky Straight Boorbon Whiskey 80 Proof. The cover picture by Norman Rockwell depicts the old Ebbets Field then the home of the BROOKLYN DODGERS . , the DODGERS are trailing the Pittsburgh Pirates 1-0 in the sixth evening. If the arbiters call the game because of rain, the score will stand as is and pittsburgh will win.This irks the BROOHLYNITES, who dislike having other teams win. in the picture, a BROOKLYN coach could well be saying,"You may be all wet, but it ain't raining a drop!" The huddled PITTSBURGH PIRATES manager is doubtless retorting,"For the love of Abner Doubleday, how can we play ball in this cloudburst. Again folks this is a very rare opportunity to own a rare Jim Beam Decanter of Ebbets Field in its original box. Please as a reminder Adult Signature is required for this purchase. Must be 21 years or older to purchase and sign for. Serious inquires only please. Please email any questions you may have before you bid. Thanks and good luck bidding! The value of the auctioned item is in the collectible container, not its contents. The container has not been opened, but any incidental contents are not intended for consumption. This item is not available at any retail outlet, and the container has a value that substantially exceeds the current retail price of the alcohol in the container. As the seller, I will take steps to ensure that the buyer of this collectible container is of lawful age in the buyer and seller's jurisdiction (generally 21 years old) and that I am in compliance with any and all applicable laws and shipping regulations in carrying out the transaction.

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