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    1963 Roger Maris Single Signed Baseball to Angie Dickinson. While the general rule might be that collectors prefer their single signed baseballs sans personalization, we think our bidding clientele will make an exception here. The reigning single season home run king signed this blank (no maker's marks) baseball for the gorgeous blonde starlet while visiting the set of "Captain Newman, M.D.," a film starring Dickinson, Gregory Peck and Tony Curtis. The inscription, in 6/10 to 7/10 red ink, reads, "To Angie, A wonderful girl & good friend, Best Wishes, Roger Maris." Included with the lot is an 8x10" photograph of Maris, Peck, Terry, the film's director David Miller, Curtis and Berra taken the day of the signing, and a letter of provenance signed by Dickinson on her personal letterhead. Maris singles are tough, vintage Maris singles are even tougher, and this one is just off the charts. LOA from Steve Grad & Zach Rullo/ PSA DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2005
    14th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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