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    1933 New York Giants Team Signed Photograph. After relinquishing dominance of the New York City baseball world to the hated Yanks for a decade, the boys from the Polo Grounds finally brought the World Championship back to the west side of the Harlem River in 1933. Here we find a fine team image of that historic club, removed from a program sold at their Miami Beach, Florida spring training grounds. Thirty-two members have signed the image in total, with notables including Ott, Hubbell, Jackson, Terry, Luque, Critz and Moore. Signature quality ranges from 3/10 to 9/10, with most in the 5/10 range. Image measures 7x10" in size and exhibits a few minor wrinkles but nothing that diminishes visual appeal. The page is matted beneath the cover for the spring training program from which it derives to complete dimensions of 14x22". LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2007
    5th Saturday
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