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    1956 New York Yankees Team Signed Sheet.
    The Yankees unprecedented run of World Series appearances, eight in a ten year span, included a seven-game thriller over cross-town rival Brooklyn in 1956. Of course, Don Larsen garnered national headlines with a perfect game during that memorable Fall Classic.

    This 5x7" piece of paper has thirty-one ballpoint signatures from the champs. Autographs are 9/10 to 10/10 and we will differentiate the autographs by side signed. One side includes: Stengel, Crosetti, Turner, Hunter, Siebern, Carroll, Sturdivant, McDougald, Cerv, Turley, Collins, Berra, Rip Coleman, Howard and Skowron. Opposite side has: Rizzuto, Larsen, Jerry Coleman, Silvera, Kucks, Morgan, Grim, Byrne, Bauer, Martin, Mantle, Noren, Carey, Ford and Dickey. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA.

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