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These type of throwback Jackets licensed by Major League Baseball, are commonly sold by companies such as Mitchell & Ness that specialize in nostalgic uniforms. These type of Jackets retail for about $450.-$550. and at this time have no collectible value. Once used the jacket will be valued as a used (second hand) jacket.

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These types of throwback Jackets licensed by Major League Baseball, are commonly sold by companies such as Mitchell & Ness that specialize in nostalgic uniforms. These type of Jackets retail for about $450.-$550. and at this time have no collectible value. Once used the jacket will be valued as a used (second hand) jacket.


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