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    1949 New York Yankees Team Signed World Series Program. The greatest World Championship run in New York Yankees history (and that's saying something!) began the October this program was signed, the first of five consecutive joyous Fall Classics in the Bronx. The program originally belonged to a trainer for the Yanks, Jimmy Ewell, to whom a couple players address brief inscriptions. Most simply autograph their images, however, and none of the notables are missed. We find DiMaggio, Dickey, Stengel, Rizzuto, Berra, Mize, Henrich, Raschi, Reynolds, Woodling and many more among the thirty-two signatures present within, all rating 8/10 or better. The program itself exhibits mild handling wear but no troubling flaws. A special relic from a true Yankee insider. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2011
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
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