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    1970's Willard Brown Signed Index Card. You know you've got power when Josh Gibson gives you the nickname "Home Run." Brown was among the crop of Negro Leaguers to gain Hall of Fame induction in 2006, immediately putting his scarce autograph on thousands of want lists. The former Kansas City Monarch, and author of the first American League home run by a black ballplayer, signed this lined 3x5" index card for a collector decades ago, adding the kind inscription, "Good Luck, Sorry you had to wait so long." It remains in flawless 10/10 condition, and is encapsulated by SGC/Spence for protection and unquestioned authenticity.

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    October, 2007
    27th Saturday
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