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    The Ultimate Roger Maris Signed Photograph. It's the most famous photo ever snapped of the resilient Yankee, who stared down adversity from fans both home and abroad and the ghost of the greatest figure in the game's history to claim his position in baseball immortality. We love the landscape format of this printing, assured to be a Type I by its appearance in a PSA/DNA holder declaring it as such. The black ink signature, lacking any distracting personalization, is perfectly positioned and flawlessly rendered, as close to a 10/10 as any you're likely to encounter. Reverse of the 7x9" image is stamped "United Press International Photo" with a handwritten editorial notation reading, "Roger Maris hits 61st home run." Photo exhibits only very light edge and corner wear, otherwise NRMT. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, Type I. Full LOA from PSA/DNA (autograph).

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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