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    1960's-80's Hall of Famers Signed Postcards Lot of 34. One of the most collectable of all mediums for Hall of Fame inductees is on gold/yellow Hall of Fame Plaques Postcards. In this lot, more than thirty-five players are represented, including a few tougher signatures. Includes: Zach Wheat, Gabby Hartnett, Max Carey (Includes COA from PSA/DNA), Lloyd Waner, Frankie Frisch, Casey Stengel, Hank Greenberg, Burleigh Grimes, Ford Frick, Lefty Grove, Monte Irvin, Earl Averill, Joe Medwick, Buck Leonard, Whitey Ford, Billy Herman, Joe McCarthy, Harry Hooper, Bill Terry, Joe Cronin, Jesse Haines, George Kelly, Bill Dickey, Ray Dandridge, Bob Lemon, Joe Sewell, George Kell, Stanley Coveleski, Lefty Gomez, Carl Hubbell, Johnny Mize, Judy Johnson, James Cool Papa Bell, Lou Boudreau, Brooks Robinson and AB Chandler. Condition varies from trimmed (Chandler) to Near Mint, with most being in the VG/EX to EX range. Signatures range from 7-10/10.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2015
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 9
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