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    1929 St. Louis Cardinals Game Used and Signed Baseball. The game of baseball played a large role in the formation of a national identity in the years between the wars. From that important era we present this vintage official Spalding National League orb with the trademark black-and-red stitching used at the time. According to the side panel inscription, it was used for a St. Louis Cardinals win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on 9/29/29. Ball exhibits the expected toning and scuffs for a game used ball and has been signed by the Cardinals quartet of Taylor Douthit, Joe Sugden, Bill Sherdel and Bubber Jonnard. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Feb-Mar, 2008
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