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    1898 Albert G. Spalding Signed Canceled Bond. Albert Goodwill Spalding was a professional baseball player, manager and co-founder of A.G. Spalding sporting goods company. Spalding published the first official rules guide for baseball. In it he stated that only Spalding balls could be used. Spalding also founded the Baseball Guide, which at the time was the most widely-read baseball publication. In 1888-1889, Spalding took a group of Major League players around the world to promote baseball and Spalding sporting goods. Playing across the western U.S., the tour made stops in Hawaii, New Zealand, Australia, Ceylon, Egypt, Italy, France, and England. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the veterans Committee in 1939.

    A canceled bond finds Spalding's signature on second page of the legal instrument. His signature was crossed out at the time of the bond's cancellation. This is an opportunity to own the signature of one of baseball's early pioneers. Spalding died in 1915. JSA Auction LOA.



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    October, 2009
    4th Sunday
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