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    1964 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. The last pennant of the Mantle-era Yankees, who would begin a dozen seasons of drought after this powerhouse club was dispatched in a tight seven-game World Series. Effectively the same team that won two World Series and three pennants in the previous four seasons, this squad is anchored by the M&M boys, each of whom appears in rare genuine format. Joining Mantle and Maris are twenty-eight more, averaging a stellar 9/10 on the provided OAL (Cronin) sphere. These include Berra, Ford, Kubek, Terry, Pepitone, Howard, Tresh, Richardson, Blanchard, Boyer and more. Quite possibly the finest example of its kind. From the personal collection of ex-Yankee pitcher Tom Morgan. PSA and JSA have deemed the Frank Crosetti as clubhouse. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2015
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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