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    1960's-'80's Baseball Greats Signed Bats Lot of 3 from The Gary Carter Collection. Gary Carter's extensive collection included bats signed to him by fellow baseball greats. Offered are three signed bats to Carter - each with a personal message. Up first is a Red Schoendienst Hillerich & Bradsby model S262 bat (32.5 ounces and 34.75") signed to Carter. "To Gary Best of health" is inscribed in 7/10 blue felt tip. Bat rack streaks appear on the lumber. Duke Snider signed a Hillerich & Bradsby model C117L bat - 34.5" and 33 ounces. He penned this inscription: "To Gary God Bless you and your wonderful family your other Dad." The final offering is a Pete Rose signed stick. "To Gary Best Wishes to the Greatest" is penned in 8/10 black ink. The Rose and Schoendienst signatures have an occasional skip. Letter of provenance from Sandy Carter. Pre-certified by PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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