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    Sporting News Hall of Fame Multi-Signed Book. The perfect blue ink signatures just keep on coming, from an amazing sixty-two gentlemen enshrined at Cooperstown. Those who had been inducted by the year of this volume's printing (1982) have signed on their respective biographies, while the balance of signatures from those who entered the Hall in 1983 and beyond have signed on blank pages in the front and back of the book, all adding "HOF (year)" to their signatures. Far, far too many to list here but highlights include: Mantle, Ted Williams, DiMaggio, Koufax, Mathews, Mays, Musial, Snider, Dandridge, Aaron, Stargell, Reese, Spahn, Mize, Hunter and many, many more. Signature quality is a consistent NRMT-MT, and the book itself shows light spine wear from its travels to endless signings, but otherwise is in very strong, undamaged condition. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    29th Saturday
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