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    1950's-60's National League MVP's Multi-Signed Baseball with Clemente. "Theme balls" are all the rage now in the collecting hobby, but the compilation of 500 home run hitters and perfect game pitchers is a relatively new phenomenon. The original owner of the presented ONL (Giles) ball was the Abner Doubleday of this trend, and here we present Exhibit A. Each appearing upon his own side panel, four Senior Circuit standouts provide an autograph and the date of his MVP award. Best, of course, is the tough Clemente, who adds "1966" to his 8.5/10 blue ink signature. Rounding out the cast are Don Newcombe (1956), Frank Robinson (1961) and Ken Boyer (1964). Boyer is 6/10, the others 9/10. The ball exhibits some minimal foxing but presents very well. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
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