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    1929-31 Babe Ruth Single Signed Baseball. He led the American League in both home runs and slugging percentage during each of the three seasons that this particular stamping format of OAL (Barnard) baseball saw action, so it's safe to say that the original autograph seeker found the Babe in his prime. Typically the finest Ruth singles derive from the years of his retirement from the sport he dominated, but this specimen bucks that trend in welcome fashion, a playing-days model virtually unchanged from its Depression-era birth short of typical age-toning.

    Ruth's elegant sweet spot script rates a conservative 8/10, applied with the degree of self-assurance found only in a man who never failed to honor his multitudes of autograph requests. We'll always love the two-tone stitched Ruth singles most of all, and this is one of the prettiest we've recently encountered. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2019
    23rd-24th Saturday-Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 19
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