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What is the value of a 1956 World Series game program in perfect condition yet the scorecard is filled out?

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A 1956 World Series Program New York Yankees vs. Brooklyn Dodgers is worth between $150. to $250. The Yankees won the 7 game series 4 games to 3. Game 5 of this world series is the game Don Larsen pitched a Perfect game on October 8, 1956 at Yankee Stadium. A "scored" program can bring the value down. If the game scored is from the perfect game in "perfect condition" it is possible that the value could go up. World Series programs from the Winning team are generally worth more.

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