Fantastic Dodgers Bracelet With Charms From Koufax, O'Malley and Drysdale
Splendid Dodgers "Good Luck Charm" bracelet that belonged to Mrs. Hazel Anderson, the wife of former team trainer Wayne "Doc" Anderson. Seven inch bracelet comprised of four separate chains has eleven dandy looking and different 14K gold charms attached. Each was given to Hazel by significant Dodger players and staff that felt her warm words of luck helped the team to more victories than they thought they would attain. In order from left to right: (1) Large charm with October 1965 calendar month has four small real diamonds encrusted on the 9th, 10th, 11th and 14th, the days of the Dodgers four WS victories. "World Series" above. This came from Walter Alston; (2) ball and glove charms on disc that was given to Anderson by Gold-Glover Wes Parker; (3) top and side of 1965 World Series championship ring on both sides of charm from Walter O'Malley; (4) Cincinnati Reds mascot within pearled ring (about a dozen have fallen out) from Doc Anderson; (5) Dodgers and Orioles press pins back-to-back on one charm from Vin Scully; (6) "L.A. Dodgers" inside a diamond-shaped charm. From Ron Fairly; (7) Cardinal logo in concave charm from Claude Osteen; (8) "L.A. Dodgers World Champions 1963" charm has real diamonds around, given to her by Hall of Famer Don Drysdale; (9) gold spike inside of circular charm originated from base stealer Maury Wills; (10) All-Star Game charm with crossed-bats and ball, sporting a ruby inside star. From the legendary hurler Sandy Koufax (wow!!!); (11) lastly, large disc with baseball bat and scissors from Trainer Doc Anderson. There are 6.5 ounces in weight on this truly spectacular keepsake. Excellent condition overall; this one is a stunner!!!
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