The Ebbets Field the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1913 - 1957. Ebbets Field opened on April 9, 1913, as the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Many historical events, played out in Ebbets Field, were etched in public memory. Certainly the most important one was Jackie Robinson making his debut on April 15, 1947 and playing first base for the Dodgers. What could have been a tense situation was defused when Dodgers shortstop Pee Wee Reese put his arm around Robinson before the game, letting the crowd know that he was on Robinson's side in any potential standoff. Presented in laser cut double matting and a Black molded wood Frame measuring 12"x15". Black and White 8"x10" image featuring the fade of Ebbets Field. 24 KT Gold Ebbets Field coin minted of 24KT gold overlay featuring the Stadium. 24KT Gold Brooklyn Dodgers Coin Minted of 24KT Gold overlay and featuring the B logo and established date. COA is individually numbered and mounted between the gold coins. This is a limited edition of 1901 and is officially licensed by MLB. Made in the USA.