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    Rube Marquard Signed Photograph Lot of 3.
    Compared favorably to Rube Waddell by a writer as he made his up through the minor leagues, Richard William Marquard adopted the nickname "Rube" as well. In 1908 the New York Giants purchased the lefty hurler for a then outlandish $11,000. It took a few seasons until Marquard found his legs, but in '11 he led the National League in strikeouts, in '12 he led the NL in wins, and in '15 he threw the 74th no-hitter in baseball history. Retiring after the 1925 campaign, it would take him 46 more years to gain entry into the halls of Cooperstown, with a candidacy that was back on recounting of stories in an interview for the book The Glory of Their Times.

    Offered is a trio of 8x10" photographs that have each been signed in black ink by the Hall of Famer. Light-to-moderate wear is exhibited throughout all three, but the signatures are not impacted. Pre-Certified

    Guide Value or Estimate: $200 - up.

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