Opened in 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest stadium employed by a Major League team. Pre-dating the Boston Red Sox hallowed ballpark, is the franchise's original home the Huntington Avenue Grounds. It was at this ancient amphitheater, that these admission relics were issued well over a hundred years ago. Dating from 1909-1910 are (3) Boston Red Sox ticket stubs. All (3) are coated on the reverses with paper from what appears to be a lined notebook, while the obverses remain attractive.
(1) 1909 stub has an orange face with a price of 25 cents and a notation written in pencil reads "Opening game." This 1909 stub has an irregular edge at left and otherwise presents VG details.
The (2) 1910 stubs are:
(1) With a green face and a price of 50 cents. The most attractive of the trio, this handsome stub shows VG-EX details.
(1) With a rose face and a price of 25 cents. This stub has surface loss along the bottom extended halfway up the right side. A notation written in pencil reads "April 23, 1910" and otherwise this stub presents FR details.