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    1932 New York Yankees Signed Autograph Album. A child's personal volume of autographs begins with dozens of pages of friends and relatives before we finally encounter a page entitled "Names of American League Baseball Players." On the pages to follow we find forty-four pencil autographs, clipped from lined pages and glued into the album. Best is a facing two-page New York Yankees spread featuring seventeen autographs, among them Ruth, Gehrig, Pennock, Dickey, Combs, Sewell, Ruffing and more. Several of the autographs have been clipped so close as to brush the edges of the autographs, though the Ruth and Gehrig are thankfully complete. The balance of the album's signatures is confined mainly to Senators and Athletics, with Cochrane and Collins featured on the latter page. Signature quality averages 9/10. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
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