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    Circa 1928 New York Yankees Team Signed Baseball. The Bronx was still Titletown in 1928 as it copped its second consecutive Fall Classic championship in grand fashion with a four-game sweep of those pesky Redbirds.

    ONL (Heydler) sphere was probably signed at one of the two World Series contests played in St. Louis. Includes Hall of Famers Ruth (the most desirable of The Sultan's formats with "Babe" in quotes), Gehrig, Lazzeri, and Pennock. Other signatures once graced the ball but, unfortunately, that have since faded from view over the many decades since they were first applied in steel-tip black fountain pen.

    Ruth on a side panel would have graded higher if it didn't experience a few jumps. However, the large and bold autograph still grades a solid 8.5/10. Meanwhile, Gehrig rates a 6.5/10. Full LOA from PSA/DNA.


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    December, 2020
    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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