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    1939 New York Giants Team Signed Baseball. The year 1939 was a landmark year for Major League Baseball, with centennial celebrations, a grand opening in Cooperstown, the Iron Horse's tearful farewell, and a four-peat by the Bombers. While the New York Giants didn't hoist any banners in 1939, and took a back seat to their brothers in the Bronx in Brooklyn, they fielded four .300 hitters and were loved by their fans.

    Spalding "Official League Ball" bears twenty-two wonderful Giants' autographs (overall 8/10) with Hall of Famers Mel Ott (8.5/10), Carl Hubbell (8/10), Tony Lazzeri (8/10), and Bill Terry (CH), plus Zeke Bonura, Cliff Melton, Red Lynn, Joe Moore, Jack McCarthy, Hal Schumacher, Bill Jurges, Ken O'Dea, Frank Demaree, Bill Lohrman, Harry Gumbert, Dick Coffman, Harry Danning, Manny Salvo, Lou Chiozza, and Burgess Whitehead. The ball has toned evenly but still looks great and displays nicely. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from SGC.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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