Tickets are in VG condition with creasing. Tickets to the Paris Exposition of 1900 were valid to any Olympic events that were held on the day of attendance.
Tickets for four consecutive days to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition (World's Fair) of 1904 in St. Louis, MO. These tickets were valid for any Olympic event that was held on that day.
There were 44 nations and 3089 athletes who participated in 17 different sports at the VIIIth Olympiad. The United States dominated the games winning 47 gold medals and 99 total medals at the games. In this session (Reunion 46) The USA won 6 of their 99 total medals.Long Jump, Shot Put and 800m finals were held this day. Long Jump: Dehart Hubbard (USA) gold, Edward Gourdin (USA) silver.Shot Put: Bud Houser (USA) gold, Glenn Hartranft (USA) silver, Ralph Hills (USA) bronze. 800 meters: Schuyler Enck (USA) bronze.Ticket has creasing and some discoloration, but is a great example of a ticket from this Olympiad and a must have for USA Olympic fans.
This ticket is truly rare. PSA has graded no season tickets from this Olympics. Imagine getting to see the great Jim Thorpe set the mark for years to come in the decathlon. At 106 years old the ticket still has a new look. It grades in the EXMT condition. This auction also comes with the original envelope that the ticket came in. The envelope is printed in 3 languages: English, French and Swedish. Don't miss your chance to own this truly rare and one of a kind item.