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    Mays, Mantle & Snider Signed Print from the Sarabella Collection. Depending on where he grew up in the New York City area, and who his parents were, a young baseball fan in the 1950's believed with all of his heart that one of these three Hall of Famers was the best center fielder that ever lived. This rather touching portrait of the three (despite the fact that it looks as if Mays and Snider intend to bludgeon Mantle to death!) captures the innocence of the 1950's game in a way a simple photograph could not. Better yet, Willie, Mickey and the Duke have each signed his respective image in perfect blue sharpie. A simple thin wood frame brings the total dimensions of the piece to 22x28". Note that the original artwork for this piece, also fully autographed, appears in this auction as well. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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