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    1984 Ronald Reagan Single Signed Baseball. Ronald Reagan lived a charmed life. The actor turned politician was one of the most celebrated Presidents to date. There may have not been a Commander in Chief linked to the sport of baseball as well as Reagan. During his career, Reagan served as a Chicago Cubs announcer. The advent of getting Presidents to pen their identity to a baseball has become a time-honored tradition. High atop the wish lists of many (well at least Republicans) is the signature of Reagan on a horsehide. We present one of the finest Reagan signed orbs imaginable. Reagan signed the sweet spot of this Official League baseball in black sharpie. "USA Sunbelt Champions" is scribed in an unknown hand on the north panel while "1984" is found on the south side. We assume this was a trophy ball of some sort given the careful writing of the words. The autograph rates a perfect 10/10 and the white orb shows only minor wear. Full LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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