Skip to main content
Go to accessibility notice


    1939 Lewis "Hack" Wilson Signed Baseball Centennial First Day Cover, PSA/DNA NM-MT 8. Perhaps the most unusual-looking player enshrined at Cooperstown, Wilson carried 195 pounds on his five-foot six frame, balanced on short legs and tiny size six feet. Hack Wilson still manages to hold the single-season RBI record (191) despite the prodigious slugging talents of today's players.

    An early passing combined with a Hall of Fame induction forty-five years after his final game ensure that supply will never keep up with demand of high quality Wilson signatures - as this offering is. Signed in Near Mint-Mint quality blue fountain pen with his full name, the June 26th, 1939 dated first day cover displays impeccably. Mild mailing wear and aging exhibited with a "Baseball Centennial" graphic featuring prominently in the upper left corner. Reverse shows slight remnants of where the envelope was once affixed to a scrapbook. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, NM-MT 8.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 12
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
    Page Views: 362

    Buyer's Premium per Lot:
    20% of the successful bid (minimum $14) per lot.

    Sold on May 17, 2019 for: Sign-in or Join (free & quick)
    Track Item

    Heritage membership

    Join Now - It's Free

    1. Past Auction Values (prices, photos, full descriptions, etc.)
    2. Bid online
    3. Free Collector newsletter
    4. Want List with instant e-mail notifications
    5. Reduced auction commissions when you resell your
    Consign now
    • Cash Advances
    • More Bidders
    • Trusted Experts
    • Over 200,000 Satisfied Consignors Since 1976
    Only 2 days left to consign to the 2021 May 20 Sports Monthly Showcase Auction !

    Learn about consigning with us

    The hammer price for my Mantle card significantly exceeded my admittedly conservative estimations, and I couldn't be more pleased.
    George T.,
    Pinetop, AZ
    View More Testimonials

    Video tutorial

    Getting the most out of search