1993 Toronto Blue Jays Large World Series Trophy
Full-sized 1993 Blue Jays World Series Championship Trophy is the first we've seen. Only a precious few of the full-sized trophies are presented to front office brass, so we feel fortunate to be able to offer this momentous hardware commemorating the Series victory certified by Joe Carter's home run heard around Canada, in the bottom of the 9th of Game 6 off the Phillies' Mitch "Wild Thing" Williams -- the last pitch he ever threw for the team. Gold ring circling the base is engraved "World Championship Trophy Presented by the Commissioner of Baseball". Rear of the ring is engraved "Copyright 1993 Commissioner of Baseball". Mounted to the top of the black base are two press press pins, one from the Blue Jays and one from the Braves, a baseball and crown motif with 26 miniature brass flagpoles printed with the name of each team in the league. Overall EX+ and probably the only full-size Blue Jays championship trophy that will come to the market. To keep it one piece, we recommend not inviting Wild Thing over to see it
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