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Ebbets Field Brick And Print

Ebbets Field Brick And Print

Charles Ebbets started as an office boy. By 1912 he had worked his way up to club president and then sole owner. He built a 25,000 seat ballpark on swamp land in Flatbush, Brooklyn. The stadium was razed in 1960 and replaced by an apartment house. This print (24 x 28”) is from an original painting by Bill Levers and is entitled “A Field In Flatbush.” Print shows Ebbets Field from a slightly elevated position. In the street are a couple of cars and a few people walking around the area. Actual piece of Ebbets Field brick taken from the rotunda area during demolition is attached to the front glass of the frame (32 x 30-1/2”). “An Authentic Piece of Baseball History” surrounds the brick. Artist’s signature in pencil on lower right. To the left, “A Field in Flatbush” “244/1957”. All paperwork included. Comes with LOA.

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