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    1976 Hank Aaron Game Used Bat, PSA/DNA GU 7. Collectors have loved 1976 gamers ever since they debuted during the American Bicentennial season, each bearing the burned-in image of the Liberty Bell. But the appeal swells even further when the name "Henry Aaron" appears to the right of the image, both for the enormous relevance of the Home Run King and the fact that this was his final season in the Bigs. Light use is evident, and one can't help but wonder if one of his final 755 was knocked out of the park from the barrel of the signature model Hillerich & Bradsby A99. Ball marks and stitch impressions are apparent, with blue bat rack streaks. Number "44" is written in marker on the knob. Length is thirty-five inches, weight thirty-two and a half ounces. Letter of provenance from Milwaukee Brewers assistant equipment manager. LOA from PSA/DNA, GU 7.

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