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    1962 Mickey Mantle New York Yankees Team Signed Half Bat.
    We prefer to look as this as the glass being half full. Back in the 1960's it was relatively common for collectors to take a game-used bat, cut it in half and get the lumber signed by the team. This Adirondack Mickey Mantle model bat was most likely used by The Mick given the cleat marks just underneath the barrel's engravings. Then it was sawed in half and signed by members of the 1962 Yankees in black felt tip. Autographs average 6/10 to 8/10 with a few lesser. Included are: Houk, Coates, Long, Stafford, Mantle (6.5/10 last name faded), Maris (8/10), Linz, Daley, Clevenger, Sain, Skowron, Ford, Hegan, Arroyo, Howard (6/10), Tresh, Reed, Boyer (reduced), Kubek, Daley, Sheldon, Berra, Lopez (reduced), Reynolds and a few more. The offering is applied to a wood backing. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Full LOA from SGC Authentic.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 4
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