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    Circa 1930 Babe Ruth & Lou Gehrig Signed Album Page. "They didn't get along," reported fellow Murderer on the Row, Tony Lazzeri, "Lou thought Ruth was a big mouth and Ruth thought Gehrig was cheap. They were both right." Despite a chilly personal relationship for much of their time together in pinstripes, there has never been a more effective three-four combination in Major League history than the Bambino and the Iron Horse, who share eternity on the provided 2.5x4.25" album page. Ruth appears in 9+/10 black fountain pen ink, with Gehrig equally strong in pencil below. All you need is your favorite photo of the pair and the phone number of a good framing store. The rest is trophy room history. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    November, 2011
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
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