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    1953 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball from the Casey Stengel Collection. The unbeatable Yankees make it five World Championships in a row, a fact that the manager notes beside his autograph with the handwritten words, "World Champs, 1953." Surrounding him are thirty of the men who made him look like the game's greatest genius, including Mantle (clubhouse), Ford, Mize, Berra, Rizzuto, Martin, Sain, Bauer and more. Ink quality averages 8/10 to 9/10, with none falling below that lofty status. The OAL (Harridge) ball that serves as their home is likewise lovely, toned an even, milky shade. The ball has been encapsulated in a special PSA ball cube with a "Stengel Collection" label. A full PSA/DNA letter of authenticity attesting to the Stengel provenance is included as well.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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