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    1924 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. The Bronx Bombers were stunned by Walter Johnson's unstoppable Senators this season in the chase for the American League pennant, but the lack of Championship credentials does nothing to dampen the desirability of one of the toughest Yankee team balls of them all. In fact, this is just the second example to appear in a major sports auction since 1999, so view this offering for the exceedingly rare opportunity that it is. The OAL (Johnson) ball bears eighteen black fountain pen signatures beginning with a sweet spot Ruth (6/10), joined by Hoyt (3/10), Meusel (3/10), Bengough (6/10), Dugan (3/10), Pipp (4/10), Shawkey (7/10), Ward (7/10) and more. Light shellac. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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