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    1969 Hank Aaron Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 9. High-grade signature model Hillerich & Bradsby A99 dates to another dominant season for the National League's most feared slugger, who paced all Senior Circuit representatives with 332 total bases in 1969, including forty-four home runs. The outstanding game use apparent in the battered ash leaves little doubt but that a portion of those round-trippers derived from its surface. Ball marks coat the barrel and green rack marks streak the length. The cracked and repaired handle retains a moderate coating of pine tar. Aaron's fabled double-fours are boldly applied to the knob in black marker.

    Length of thirty-five inches (35") and weight of thirty-one and a half ounces (31.5 oz.) perfectly match factory ordering records for that thoroughly eventful year in baseball and American history, finalizing our evidence in proclaiming this to be one of the top Aaron representations to cross the auction block in recent memory. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 9. LOA from MEARS, A9.

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    February, 2015
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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