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    1932 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. Deeply toned "Babe Ruth Home Run Special" baseball takes on the appearance of fine antique furniture while still providing quality autographs from the last Ruth-led Yankees Championship team. The Babe's sweet spot signature is thankfully the boldest of the bunch, a legitimate 9/10, while his sidekick Gehrig is 6/10 on the side panel. Joining them in Cooperstown are Pennock, Combs, Sewell, Ruffing, Dickey and Lazzeri, who all fall within the 5/10 to 7/10 range that typifies the bulk of the signatures. Twenty-two autographs are here in all, with a few of the lesser names dipping as low as 2/10 due to light ink or surface wear. The last glorious gasp of the famed Murderer's Row. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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