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    Ted Williams Last At-Bat Signed Display Sometimes life does imitate art. Like the ending to a tear-jerking Hollywood movie, the aging slugging legend proved he still had a bit of that old greatness in him as he powered a 440-foot blast into the record books in his final farewell to the batter's box. The limited edition (12/50) series of eight black and white photos (8" x 10") follow The Kid from the on-deck circle to the plate, to the swing, to the last victory lap around the bases, and back to the dugout in front of his cheering Fenway fans. Photo at bottom left of this large (32" x 40") and tasteful display is signed in perfect blue sharpie. Facsimile game ticket and engraved plaque note the rarity of the piece, and of the beauty of the event itself. LOAs from James Spence & Steve Grad/PSA DNA and Mike Gutierrez/MGA.

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    September, 2004
    10th-11th Friday-Saturday
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