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You can't help but whistle "Sweet Georgia Brown" while gazing at this super-cool set of warm-up jackets from the two most popular basketball show teams in history. First off, the late 1960s blue Harlem Globetrotters jacket with Wilson collar tag (no size listed). On the left breast is the embroidered "Harlem Globetrotters" patch in yellow, red, and white, yellow pocket edges and a metal zipper down the entire front. There's also a hood-flap with red and white stripes and five yellow stars. The second jacket is from the Harlem Clowns, who branched off eight years after the Trotters were established in 1926. Like the Globetrotters jacket, it is royal blue with a metal zipper down the front and left-chest patch in red, white and blue in the shape of a badge. The hood-flap is yellow with black and red lettering that reads: "AL PULLINS HARLEM CLOWNS." There are red and gold stripes on the shoulders and four metal snaps on the back. There are some light stains on the jacket and glue residue at the bottom of the sleeve.
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