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    1938 Johnny Evers Double Signed Cut Signature, PSA/DNA Mint 9. Though best remembered as the second baseman of the famous Chicago Cubs double play combination, it was during Evers' first season in Boston with the 1914 Miracle Braves that the future Hall of Famer would earn his National League MVP. Provided is a blank business card sent in response to a fan's autograph request. Perfect 10/10 black fountain pen ink provides "Sincerely Yours, John J. Evers, Jan. 20. 38." Flip the card over for an added treat: "Only too pleased to do this. Sorry for the delay it was mislaid, Johnny." Rare in any format, this Evers autographed piece distinguishes itself from the small population. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA for protection and unquestioned authenticity.

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