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    1930 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. The pairing of black fountain pen ink and a wonderfully white "Babe Ruth Home Run Special" baseball should delight any serious collector of high-end Yankees artifacts. The Babe takes up his customary sweet spot here, rating a conservative 6.5/10 due to mild hazing of the surname. His trusted sidekick Lou Gehrig fares even better, a solid 8/10 at the top of an adjacent side panel. Furthering the Hall of Fame cause are Bill Dickey (9/10), Earle Combs (9/10), a rookie Vern Gomez (8/10) and Tony Lazzeri (8.5/10). Among the ten Yanks joining this legendary half dozen are Koenig, Lary, Shawkey, Chapman and Cooke. All autographs compare in quality to their Cooperstown-quality teammates. A truly fine example from the greatest era of sports' greatest team. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2006
    6th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 18
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