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    1940's Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Rabbit Maranville & Dom DiMaggio Signed Baseball. Beantown brilliance is the theme of this "Official League" sphere, as each of the four residents rose to prominence on a Boston diamond. Leading the charge is the immortal Babe Ruth, commanding his standard sweet spot position at a strength of 7/10. To the north, we find a pairing of Rabbit Maranville (8/10) and Ted Williams (4/10), while Joe's brother Dom DiMaggio to the east is so light that you'll miss him unless you're really looking. Certainly the primary appeal here is the pairing of Ruth and Williams, each a member of hitting's Mount Rushmore. The ball was likely autographed at the July 12, 1943 War Bond exhibition game at Fenway, the source of the most famous photos of the iconic duo. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from SGC.

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    May, 2019
    16th-17th Thursday-Friday
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