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    1956 World Series Game Seven Used Baseball. It's little surprise that Don Larsen's perfect Game Five performance has thrown all other contests from this final Brooklyn vs. New York Subway Series into shadow, but drama swirled throughout this Fall Classic. The Yanks rebounded from a two games to none deficit to tie the Series, then pulled ahead with Larsen's masterpiece. The Bums responded with a tenth-inning walk-off to force a deciding Game Seven, where the Yanks silenced the Ebbets grandstands with a nine-to-nothing destruction of the hosts.

    The presented ONL(Giles) ball participated in that one-sided affair, presented to our consignor by his father's good friend, first base umpire Larry Napp, who signed the ball along with Don Larsen and Sal Maglie. Napp dates the ball "Oct 10, 1956" in his own hand. Ball exhibits game use, and signatures average 8/10. Letter of provenance from consignor. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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