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    1966-67 Baseball Autograph Books Lot of 2 with Clemente, Maris. Over four hundred 9/10 and better ink signatures were compiled by a fan in Chicago who took advantage of his access to both Leagues to great effect. Toughest of the bunch are Roberto Clemente and Roger Maris, but the appeal extends well beyond, with autographs from Nellie Fox, Billy Williams, Whitey Ford, Mickey Mantle, Elston Howard, Al Kaline, Red Schoendienst, Pete Rose, Robin Roberts, Luke Appling, Jim Hunter, Bill Mazeroski, Yogi Berra, Harmon Killebrew, Billy Martin, Ernie Banks, Phil Niekro, Jim Palmer and scores more. There are even some Chicago Bears here too, including Mike Ditka, Gale Sayers, George Halas and the very tough Brian Piccolo, whose tragic death spawned the critically acclaimed film "Brian's Song." Leather bound volumes show wear only to the covers, with all interior pages and the autographs upon them remaining in like-new condition. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    May, 2006
    6th Saturday
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