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    1952 Jackie Robinson Signed Letter, PSA/DNA Gem Mint 10. A man whose journey through the Major Leagues was anything but tranquil speaks to the therapeutic benefits of our National Pastime in a letter to a student working on his thesis at Syracuse University. In part, "I received your letter and I believe that the reason for the public's staunch support and interest in baseball is that it has offered complete relaxation in a very enjoyable manner." Robinson's closing signature earns the highest assessment available from PSA/DNA. Typed letter on Robinson's personal letterhead dates to a National League Championship season for his Brooklyn Bums, and exhibits original mailing folds but no other issues of note. Matted and framed to 14.5x18". Full Grading LOA from PSA/DNA, Gem Mint 10.

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    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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