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    1936 DiMaggio & Dean Dual-Signed All-Star Game Photograph, PSA/DNA Type II. Before the fourth rendition of the Midsummer Classic Joltin' Joe and Dizzy chatted it up and posed for this photograph. Dean started on the mound for the Senior Circuit and tossed three no-hit innings while DiMaggio became the first rookie to to appear in an All-Star Game, but struggled to catch up to the elite pitching - going 0-for-5. The later has signed in blue felt-tip ink while the former chose black steel-tip.

    Mild wear exhibited throughout the 7x9" image. Reverse has adhesive residue along the top of the back with remnants of the paper caption at the bottom. "1936 All Star Game" and "x" written in blue ballpoint ink. The experts at PSA have deemed it to be a Type II photograph with the notes "Photo is a later-issued 1958-62 restrike that was made from the original negative by U.P.I featuring an image taken in the 1936 by International News Photos." Full LOA from James Spence Authentication. Full LOA from PSA/DNA, Type II. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.

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