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    Massive Collection of Baseball Signatures Lot of 282. Yet another gigantic collection of signed baseball mementos, with a total of 282 items being offered here. A varied number of signature disciplines, including photos (58), oversized trading cards (10), baseball cards (16), index cards (106), photographic postcards (84) and another eight miscellaneous. Many stars and players who spent a short amount of time at the major league level are represented here, with many sigs coming from deceased players. Highlights include: Harry Boyles, Vince DiMaggio, Virgil Trucks, Smoky Burgess, Johnny Hopp, Sal Maglie, Vinegar Bend Mizell, Frank Malzone, Mel Parnell, Stan Partenheimer, Dick Groat, Al Flair, Al Rosen, Johnny Sain, Harry Walker, Walt Wilson, Johnny Antonelli, Joe Wood, Jr. Billy Pierce, Hank Sauer, Joe Adcock, Sal Maglie, Bobby Shantz, Harvey Kuenn, Dick Williams, Ron Swoboda, Denny Lemaster, Lee Mazilli, Stan Williams, Ed Kranepool and more. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2006
    29th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 20
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
    Page Views: 190

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