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Description1935 Detroit Tigers Team Signed Baseball, World Series Champions - With Original Box (22 Signatures). After coming up short in their first four Fall Classic appearances (1907, 1908, 1909 and 1934), the Detroit Tigers finally earned their World Championship this season, conquering the Chicago Cubs in six games to the delight of the Motor City faithful. Presented here is an OAL (Harridge) ball, with its original box, celebrating that historic squad - signatures include: Tom Bridges, Mickey Cochrane (HOF, Carl Fischer, Charlie Gehringer (HOF), Marv Owen, Heinie Schulbe, Vic Sorrell, Jo-Jo White, among others. An essential component of any serious Tigers or World Championship baseball collection this sphere shows faded signatures and moderate-to-heavy wear. Original box shows heavy wear as well. Pre-Certified
Guide Value or Estimate: $400 - up.
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