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    1929 Philadelphia Athletics Team Signed Sheets. This may just be the coolest surviving assembly of autographs from the team that broke the Bronx stranglehold on the American League flagpole, earning the first of three consecutive pennants as Connie Mack's second great dynasty. The full cast of thirty is featured on a pair of pages measuring 3x5" and 5x7" respectively, with newspaper photo clippings from some of the bigger stars affixed to the sheets, the glue counteracting the acidification of the paper to create halos around the images. The autographs range from 7/10 to 9/10 and include Foxx, Grove, Simmons, Cochrane (twice), Collins, Gleason, Bishop, Earnshaw, Walberg, Dykes, Haas, Romel, Boley and more. Some vertical fold lines on the larger sheet do little to distract. What a team--no wonder they gave Ruth and Gehrig so much trouble! Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2012
    25th-27th Thursday-Saturday
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