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    1960's President Dwight D. Eisenhower Single Signed Baseball with Photo of Signing. The mountainous backdrop of the photograph that accompanies this rare Presidential sphere suggests that spring training was the derivation--likely in Palm Springs, California, which served as both a post-White House home to Ike and a preseason home to the California Angels. The gentleman handing the ball to Eisenhower is Irving Kaze, whose wife supplies a 2004 letter of provenance.

    The OAL (Cronin) ball is correct for the period, and bears a 6/10 blue ink autograph from our thirty-fourth Commander in Chief. The ball itself is lightly and evenly toned, with no distractions of note. An exciting offering for those engaged in the competitive field of Presidential single collecting. Letter of provenance from wife of original recipient. Photograph from signing. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2017
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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