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    1967-68 Reggie Jackson Game Used Bat. A decade before he earned his "Mr. October" moniker, the young slugger was earning his rookie stripes during the transition of the Athletics franchise from Kansas City to Oakland. Presented is one of the early Reggie bats you'll ever encounter, exhibiting outstanding use from the beginning of Jackson's steady ascent to baseball immortality. The punished ash exhibits grain separation and a repaired handle crack, and ball, stitch and cleat marks are visible througout. An impression from a weighted batting donut appears just above the center brand. Number "9" appears in marker on knob. The Hillerich & Bradsby signature model K75 matches Jackson's factory ordering records of thirty-five and a half inches and thirty-three and a half ounces, and loses just a single point for the cracked handle, resulting in a near-perfect rating of GU 9. Signed twice on the barrel in blue and black sharpie, each 9/10 or better. LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
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