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    1995 Opening of Ted Williams Museum and Hitters Hall of Fame Display Fantastic assortment of ephemera was only ever seen by the scant few close enough to the Splinter's inner circle to gain invitation to this historic event. This large (31"x 36" matted and framed) and impressive display offers a look at the invitations to the "2nd Legends Gala Dinner and Hitters Hall of Fame Dedication," the program for the event, and even a VIP parking pass. The Inaugural inductees include a list of twenty of the best hitters in the game such as Ruth, Hornsby, Gehrig, Ott, Foxx, Mantle, and Cobb. A limited edition lithograph (15/30) featuring all of the inductees takes center stage in the display and is beautifully signed by Ted Williams. This is a truly majestic ensemble with a museum quality display. LOAs from James Spence & Steve Grad/PSA DNA and Mike Gutierrez/MGA.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2004
    10th-11th Friday-Saturday
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