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(6) Signed Baseball Items with Ruppert & Ted Williams

Lot Number 617

Quantity: Bid Starts: 05/12/2010 12:00:00 
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Post-War diamond icons are the subjects in this impressive lot of (6) autographed keepsakes. Includes:

Signed Baseballs
Dwight Gooden medium-toned ONL Feeney ball (grade "5") signed on the sweet spot in blue ballpoint ("6" strength, inscribed "Cy Young 1985"). James Spence Authentications cert/hologram #E72302.
Ryne Sandberg lightly toned ONL Feeney ball (grade "6") signed on the sweet spot (blue marker, "7" strength). James Spence Authentications cert/hologram #E72301.
Warren Spahn (d.2003) mildly toned ONL White ball (grade "7") signed on the sweet spot (blue ballpoint, "8" strength). James Spence Authentications cert/hologram #E72299.
Carew/Larsen/Snider a lightly toned unofficial ball (grade "6") signed by Carew (sweet spot, red ink, "7-8" strength); Larsen (south panel, blue ballpoint, "8-9" strength) and Snider (south panel, blue ballpoint "8" strength). James Spence Authentications cert/hologram #E72300.

Jacob Ruppert 1921 Signed Contract a 2-page document securing the services of Earl Jimerson for the 1921 season. Signed on the second page by New York Yankees owner Jacob Ruppert (black-ink steel tip fountain pen, "9-10" strength and clarity. The piece is also signed by the player and several witnesses. The item has normal compacting folds and is affected by a series of creases. Full photo LOA from James Spence Authentications (cert #B97577).

Ted Williams Signed Photo (d.2002) matted to dimensions of 20x24, this limited edition (417/1000) black-and-white "The Kid" print features a 1938 likeness of Williams in his Minneapolis Miller apparel. Williams' blue Sharpie autograph trumpets ("10") quality. Full photo LOA from James Spence Authentications (cert #B97566).

 
 
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