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    1930's Joe Tinker Autograph. His popularity in the Windy City, born of four pennants and two World Championships won for the Cubs, earned the Hall of Fame shortstop the position of player/manager for the Chicago Whales of the Federal League, which Tinker likewise led to a first place finish in 1915. He shows his allegiance to the National League here, however, underscoring his 10/10 black ink autograph with the word "Cubs." The medium is a piece of paper the size and stock of a business card, a perfect artifact to frame with your favorite photograph. Mild creasing bisects the cut vertically, but eye appeal is not significantly hindered by this issue. Tinker's death in 1948 makes his a very tough autograph, particularly in this fine condition. LOA from Steve Grad & Zach Rullo/ PSA DNA.

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    May, 2005
    14th Saturday
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