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    1957 Brooklyn Dodgers Team Signed Baseball from Walter Alston's Estate, PSA/DNA NM-MT+ 8.5.
    With heavy hearts the Brooklyn Dodgers took the field in 1957. How could Dem Bums even think of leaving their rabid fan base in the borough which produced so many memories at Ebbets Field? This ONL (Giles) ball is signed by the final installment of the team which made Brooklyn famous. It belonged to Walter Alston and comes with a letter of provenance from his family. PSA/DNA graded the autographs (9/10) and ball (8/10) with an overall grade of NM-MT+ 8.5.

    The vibrant signatures include: Valo, Furillo, Cimoli, Bessent, Craig, Walker, Snider, Erskine, Neal, Amoros, Gilliam, Zimmer, Labine, Koufax, Podres, Drysdale, McDevitt, Jackson, Hodges, Reese, Campanella, Roebuck, Newcombe, Podres, Alston and one more. Full Grading LOA from PSA/DNA, NM-MT+ 8.5. Auction LOA from SGC. Letter of provenance from Walter Alston's family.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 15
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