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DescriptionBaseball Hall of Fame Signed Photograph and Letter Lot of 22.
Offered are the following items, each signed by a Hall of Famer:
c. 1936 5.25x7.5" Bob Feller vintage photograph
Two 5x6" Pee Wee Reese photographs
Two 5x7" Bill Veeck photographs
c. 1969 Sparky Anderson team issued photograph
5x7" Hal Newhouser photograph
5x7" Richie Ashburn team issued photograph
6.5x9" Leo Durocher vintage photograph
8x9.5" Al Lopez vintage photograph
8x10" Sparky Anderson photograph
8x10" Don Drysdale vintage photograph
8x10" Robin Roberts vintage photograph
8x10" Lou Boudreau vintage photograph
8x10" Jocko Conlan wire photograph
8x10" Eddie Mathews vintage photograph
8x10" Bob Lemon photograph
8x10" Ted Lyons vintage photograph
8x10" Pee Wee Reese photograph
6.5x9" Stan Coveleski letter
8.5x11" Buck Leonard letter
8.5x11" Earl Averill letter
Light-to-moderate wear exhibited throughout. Pre-Certified
Guide Value or Estimate: $200 - up.
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