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    Early 1930's Autograph Album Signed by Giants, Pirates, Cubs & Cardinals. One young New York City baseball fan made fine use of his "Waterman's Autograph Album," seeking out some of the National League's greatest names for inclusion in this charming little hardbound volume. Divided by teams, the album features the following: Giants, twenty-seven including Ott, Lindstrom, Jackson, Hubbell, Terry, Luque. Pirates, eleven including Traynor, both Waner brothers, Vaughan. Cubs, five including Hemsley, Malone, Smith. Cardinals, ten including Frisch, Bottomley, Dizzy Dean, Carleton. All autographs are 9/10 or better, and the pages occasionally show some mild age toning, but nothing that causes any concern. The book remains tightly bound. Some of the finest examples we've seen of these Depression-era legends. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    May, 2008
    3rd Saturday
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