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    1971 Hall of Famers Multi-Signed Baseball. From the same consignor who supplied the 1966 Hall of Fame sphere comes this one dating from five years later, again bursting with Cooperstown credentials. Twenty-four autographs average 9/10 in boldness, and include Frisch, Roush, Terry, Musial, Paige (twice), Stengel, Traynor, Lloyd Waner, Combs, Hooper, Rice, Irvin, Ruffing, Haines, Medwick, Coveleski, Marquard, Hoyt, Hafey, Frick and Wheat, as well as Mrs. Babe Ruth. Only she and Bowie Kuhn lack a plaque, leaving the remaining twenty-two pure Hall of Fame gold. The ONL (Cronin) ball is blazing white with bold stamping, only adding to the tremendous visual appeal. A great way to take your baseball autograph collection from zero to sixty in a great hurry. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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