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    Description

    1956 Cleveland Indians Team Signed Baseball (24 Signatures). Offered is the following baseball:

    Signatures: 24
    Sweet Spot: Al Lopez (HOF)
    North Panel: Rocky Colavito, Bob Feller (HOF), Rudy Regalado, Jim Busby, Cal McLish, & Dale Mitchell
    East Panel: Duane Pillett, Chico Carrasquel, Don Mossi, Joe Altonelli, Sal Maglie, & unidentified
    South Panel: Al Rosen, George Strickland, Vic Wertz, Art Houtteman, Al Smith, & Jim Hegan
    West Panel: Ray Narleski, Mike Garcia, Hal Naragon, Hank Aguirre, & Mike Garcia

    Manufacturer: Unknown
    Type: n/a
    Executive: n/a
    Ball Condition: Shellac with moderate-to-heavy aging and damage to the north panel
    Signature Condition: Most display nicely

    Additional Information: Two Hall of Famers.
    Secretarial/Clubhouse Signatures: n/a


    Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    February, 2019
    17th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 23
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
    Page Views: 332

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