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    Dizzy & Daffy Dean Signed Index Card Framed Display. These hard-throwing brothers from Arkansas won forty-nine for the Gashouse Gang in 1934, and all four games needed to claim that season's Fall Classic. Jerome "Dizzy" and Paul "Daffy" Dean have each signed on solid blue ink upon index cards that have been matted within an attractive 17x25" frame which also features an oversized photograph of the duo discussing strategies. Please note that there is some moderate-to-heavy scuffing and chipping to the frame. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    18th Sunday
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