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What is the value of a 1949 Brooklyn Dodgers yearbook?

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2008-04-06 06:28:33
2008-04-06 06:28:33

A 1949 Brooklyn Dodger Yearbook with the NL Champs cover is worth about $200.00 - $350.00 Value is based on average prices from recently closed auctions of publications in excellent condition. Issues in mint condition or in less than excellent condition will sell higher or lower accordingly.

Common flaws include: rips, creases, staining, and loose pages. Condition is important, and even minor flaws could devalue the yearbook significantly. For more information on Brooklyn Dodger yearbooks, price guide, and images of the cover art by Willard Mullin. visit the Brooklyn Dodger Yearbooks link I have provided below.

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