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    1967 St. Louis Cardinals Team Signed Baseball, PSA/DNA 9.5. The enablers of the Bambino's Curse, the '67 Cards teased the Boston Red Sox with a World Series Game Seven before Bob Gibson slammed the door with a nine-inning gem. The Hall of Fame pitcher is joined on this pristine ONL (Giles) ball by twenty-four fellow World Champs, featuring top talent like Maris, Brock, Carlton, Flood, Cepeda and Schoendienst. Not a single autograph dips below 9/10, and the ball is likewise vivid white and unchanged from its date of birth. Given an Autograph grade of 9, Baseball grade of 9, and an overall grade of 9.5 by PSA/DNA for overall eye appeal, this is likely the finest example of its kind. Grading LOA from PSA/DNA, 9.5. Please be advised that seals on this ball cube may have been broken for imaging purposes. However, the ball is imaged to match the grading certificate of authenticity.

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    May, 2015
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