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    1955 Brooklyn Dodgers Team Signed Display. You think it's easy to find the autograph of every last World Championship Bum, mostly on index cards and government postcards? Well, we can assure you that it's not. Not a single stone was left unturned to create this display, which features every man from the Hall of Famers to the benchwarmers to Hall of Fame radio announcer Vin Scully. Notables include Robinson (pencil on GPC), Campanella (ink on trimmed paper, joined by pencil Gil Hodges), another Hodges (ink on blank index card), Alston (ink on GPC), Reese (ink on blank index card), Snider (ink on blank index card) and the very tough Kellert (ink on blank paper). Thirty-nine separate signature are here on individual cards. Also, at center, we find a team photograph bearing the blue sharpie signatures of twenty of these same gentleman, notably Koufax, Snider, Newcombe, Erskine, Herman, Alston and Zimmer. That's almost sixty Bums autographs in total! Every signature is 9/10 or better. Display is expertly designed to framed and matted dimensions of 39x43". LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
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