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    1925 Paul Krichell Signed New York Yankees Payroll Check. Ed Barrow called his lead scout "the best judge of baseball players I ever saw," and with signings including Lou Gehrig, Phil Rizzuto, Whitey Ford and Tony Lazzeri, it's tough to dispute that assessment. This check dates to just weeks after the Iron Horse began his remarkable streak, signed by Hall of Famers Barrow and Jacob Ruppert on the front and endorsed by Krichell on reverse. Ruppert and Krichell are 9+/10, Barrow 8/10. Check has vertical storage fold lines but otherwise no flaws of note. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.


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    May, 2013
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