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    1932 Babe Ruth Signed Football Program. Just over a month after the Babe called his World Series "Shot," he was back at Yankee Stadium in the role of spectator, taking in the action of the Army vs. Notre Dame game. One gridiron fan spotted the Bambino and was granted an 8/10 black fountain pen autograph on the cover of the game's program. Other writing on the program's cover is from the former owner, who explains in this text that the Babe signed at the game. The program is tastefully matted and framed beside an 8x10" wire photo of Ruth signing for the troops ten years later. Final dimensions are 17x24". LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
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