MEARS Auction #133, Ends Saturday, January 4th, 2020, 10:00 PM CST W/30-Minute Rule In Effect
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 1/5/2020
Long time fans of the Milwaukee Bucks will recall the excitement of the early years of the "Big Green Line". This pack of extremely well cared for vintage programs captures the early history of the franchise. All programs are in excellentor near mint condition, show minimal signs of handling, and are not scored or marked in. In those early years, all the program had the specific information printed on the front cover.

The first program is from October 23, 1968, and was the second home game for the team. It was the Bucks vs the New York Knickerbockers
After their first season and 27-55 record, the direction of the franchise dramatically changed. With the luck of a coin flip on March 19, 1969 Milwaukee won the rights to draft UCLA Star Lew Alcindor.
The second program is from October 19, 1969, the second game of Lew Alcindor's career against the Seattle Supersonics.
The third program included is from the 1970/71 Championship campaign, dated December 18, 1970, against the Boston Celtics.
The fourth program in this package was from January 14, 1972 against the Chicago Bulls. The cover photo features Oscar Robertson, under the heading of World Champion Milwaukee Bucks.
Also included here is a sampling of home game ticket stubs, one from each of the first five years of the franchise.
And finally, a schedule for the 1974/75 season, the final year in Milwaukee for a then Kareem Abdul Jabbar. The schedule is in mint condition.
Enjoy the currently line up led by Gianni, but it is always good to remember the roots and history of a team. (33I0070)
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $33
Final prices include buyers premium.: $72
Number Bids: 4
Auction closed on Sunday, January 5, 2020.
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