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    1956 Brooklyn Dodgers Team Signed Baseball. The club that delivered the last National League flag to the borough of Brooklyn convene here upon an ONL (Giles) ball autographed by twenty-three. Departing veteran Jackie Robinson joins a rookie Don Drysdale and five more Hall of Fame legends: Campanella, Koufax, Reese, Snider and Alston. Also present are Hodges, Furillo, Erskine, Gilliam, Labine, Maglie and more. Signature quality is fantastic throughout, with the 9/10 average due in large part to a successful application of shellac which has supplied the ball with a healthy amber glaze. Our experts assert that the following are secretarial: Reese, Snider, Koufax, Gilliam, Amoros, Cimoli. Though a year removed from World Championship glory, the '56 edition represents the Bums at their Hall of Fame height and is arguably the finest of any Dodger club to call Ebbets home. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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